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The Overtime Podcast

In this episode of the podcast Jim Putman, Blake Whiteman and Titus Leger come together to discuss the first week of our new series, “Paradox,” where we delve into the profound teachings of the Beatitudes. They talk about the fact that as we navigate through the summer, it’s easy to get caught up in the distractions of our routines, the media noise, and the political fervor of the coming fall.

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In this weeks podcast, Jim Putman talks with Blake Whiteman and Heather Dalton about men’s and women’s roles in church leadership. They begin by discussing the current trend of Progressivism among Christians, then they move on to the story of Deborah, a women judge we see in the Bible, and how she stepped up to what God was calling her to do.

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Are we truly willing to surrender everything to God, even at great personal cost? Hannah’s story, marked by profound anguish over her longing for a child, prompts us to examine the posture with which we approach the Lord: do we come with open hands, ready to let go, or do we cling tightly to our desires? In this episode of The Overtime Podcast, Jim Putman joins with Blake Whiteman, Gabe Cleave, and Titus Leger to talk about the life of Hannah and how God used her to model an illustration of strength and dignity that we can still learn from today.

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Welcome to this special Mother’s Day edition of the Overtime Podcast featuring Jim Putman, his mom Bobbi Putman, and Santha Yinger. This week we look into the virtues highlighted in Proverbs 31 and celebrate the wisdom and strength of godly women. Jim will guide us through reflections on the passage, exploring its meaning with insights from Santha and Bobbi, both mothers and spiritual mentors. Together, they discuss the profound impact of fearing the Lord, the steadiness that faith brings, and the importance of gratitude and community in nurturing a godly life.

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In this episode of the Overtime Podcast, Jim Putman is joined by Blake Whiteman and Bill Krause as they close out the Stand Firm series by addressing the topic of End Times from the perspective of the books of 1st and 2nd Thessalonians. 

We need to shift our focus away from fixating on the intricate details of future events and instead embrace the message of hope and salvation offered by Jesus. Today is the day for salvation; let’s use our voices to share this hope with others.

Other sermon series we have available on this topic:

One Minute After You Die: https://realliferesources.org/?s=one+minute+after+you+die&id=842

The Return of the King: https://realliferesources.org/?s=Return+of+the+king&id=842

What Will Heaven be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGM1s49fd4I

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In this episode of the Overtime Podcast, Jim Putman sits with Craig Miles, Blake Whiteman, and Titus Leger as they discuss what it looks like to stand firm in the scriptures and the truth we were given. One of the questions they address in this episode is the subject of how we are to respond to a brother or sister who is actively living in sin. What does it mean when the Bible says not to associate with anyone like this? Listen as they talk about our love for others, our desire that all will come to Christ, and our responsibility to protect some of the environments we are in as believers. 

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In this episode of Overtime: Jim Putman, Blake Whiteman and Titus Leger address the issue of standing firm to the message we have been given by the new testament writers. They talk about how some believe in only focusing on the words directly spoken by Jesus (the “red letter” words), they discuss how this view is too narrow. Even the red-letter words were written down by other people, not Jesus himself.

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In this episode of the Podcast – Jim Putman sits down with Blake Whiteman, Gabe Cleave, and Sam Meredith to talk about standing firm in the middle of the struggles and circumstances that we encounter in this world. They discuss that in life’s trials, we often question God, but in the book of Thessalonians Paul calls us to find gratitude even amidst chaos, believing that He is shaping our lives. This faith brings hope beyond circumstances, anchored in the promise of Jesus’ return. It inspires active love, showing readiness for Christ’s return. Faith leads to hope, then love—a journey of deepening commitment.

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Welcome to the Overtime Podcast – where each week the Sermon Team from Real Life Ministries unpacks and goes deeper into the weekly sermon. This week Jim Putman is joined by Wayne Burnham and Titus Leger as they discuss the topic of how Jesus was able to undo sin in our lives by His sacrifice – and what that means to us on a daily basis. Understanding how sin impacts our lives as Christians, and how it impacts God, is crucial for our spiritual growth and relationship with Him. By looking at what the Bible says and some different viewpoints, we can gain insight into how sin affects us and how we can overcome it with God’s help.

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In this weeks discussion on The Overtime Podcast, Jim Putman, Jim Blazin, and Blake Whiteman are talking about Judgement. Reminding us of the responsibility we bear for our actions and the consequences of sin. Knowing that God sees us as legally guilty – and it is this fact that underscores the necessity of salvation.

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In this episode, our team is talking about the Exodus story and how it lays a crucial foundation for understanding Jesus and the New Covenant. Jim Putman chats with Jim Blazin, Blake Whiteman and Santha Yinger about what we can learn from the Israelites about being in bondage, and how that translates into current culture. Other things they touch on are: Going back to old patterns of bondage Tying our identity to Christ Lifestyles that foster relational bondage How to carry the message of hope into a dark world You can listen to this episode below, or watch it by clicking the Watch Video button.

In this episode of the podcast, Jim Putman talks with Jim Blazin, Gabe Cleave, and Christian Putman about God’s plan for the Home Sphere of our lives. What happens when our homes don’t look like the blueprint God created for families? What if there is a gap? The truth is, there are gaps in every home – and God’s plan for us includes utilizing His Body, the Church.

On this weeks podcast, Jim Putman is joined by Jim Blazin, Gabe Cleave, and Blake Whiteman as they talk about the importance of the marriage partnership in raising Godly children. They also touch on the role those who are single or even empty-nesters have in helping to parent the children and young people in the Church Body – we all have a part to play. Creating a home sphere that leaves a lasting impression on children requires an intentional effort from parents and adult church members. This goes beyond simply verbalizing faith; it involves modeling the principles of God in our daily lives.

🎙️ This Week on the Overtime Podcast: Navigating the Parenting Journey Join the discussion on parenting led by Jim Putman, accompanied by the perspectives of Craig Miles, Blake Whiteman, and Chris Short. In this episode, they delve into the intricacies of raising children, exploring key topics such as: Prioritizing God in Our Lives: Uncover the traps that can emerge when we fill our lives and schedules with things that take precedence over our relationship with God. What adjustments can we make to align with His guidance in training our children? 

In this episode of the Real Life Ministries Overtime Podcast, our host Jim Putman is joined by Bill Krause, Jim Blazin and Christian Putman. These Campus Pastors share their thoughts about raising Godly children, and impressing God’s Word and values into their lives. This is the Real Life Overtime podcast, the place where Jim Putman and the members of the Real Life Ministries Sermon Team go deeper into the weekend sermon – discussing the things that they weren’t able to cover on Sunday. You can watch all episodes at: https://realliferesources.org/the-overtime-podcast/

This week Jim Putman welcomes Gabe Cleave and Christian Putman to the podcast – In this weekend’s installment of the Unhurried series, the discussion revolved around embracing an unhurried life, exploring the profound aspects of suffering and its connection to slowing down. Some of the topics they cover are: What are the reasons for suffering? What does it look like to journey through suffering? How can we look at suffering through the lens of the cross?

Welcome to the first episode of The Overtime Podcast – the place where the Real Life Sermon Team go deeper into the topics that they didn’t have time to cover on Sunday. This week, you will hear from Jim Putman, Blake Whiteman, Gabe Cleave and Titus Leger as they discuss last weeks sermon from our Unhurried Life series, and talk about what it looks like to slow down enough to care about the people around you.