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Coffee with Andi Podcast

Dive deeper in your faith with open and honest conversations about Jesus and life with Andi Andrew and her friends – featuring Lisa Bevere, Havilah Cunnington, Jo Saxton and more. 

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Season 1

 
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Season 1 • Episode 1

S1E1: Truth Telling in Love with Lisa Bevere

Welcome to Coffee with Andi. For the first episode, Andi invites her dear friend, mentor, and bestselling author, Lisa Bevere, to discuss life and discipleship. Lisa also shares her secret coffee recipe.

"If we're going to be disciples, we have to believe there's something that we're discipling towards, which would be truth and transformation." – Lisa Bevere

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 2

S1E2: Identity Crisis with Jo Saxton

Destiny and identity are forever connected. In this episode, Andi invites her friend and author, Jo Saxton, to discuss the identity crisis we all face. And let’s be honest… Jo’s British accent is amazing.

"As followers of Jesus, we are life-long learners. The problem with identity is that we feel like we’ve got to achieve… but that’s not how it functions. If we are living our lives, of course things are going to affect our identity… Yet you do not need to feel shame for being human." – Jo Saxton

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 3

S1E3: Defining Your Spiritual Season with Havilah Cunnington

In life, we go through different seasons. In this episode, Andi invites her friend and author, Havilah Cunnington, to help define the spiritual seasons each of us will experience.

"Because we don't always know each spiritual season's markers, there's a part of us that can grow weary." – Havilah Cunnington

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 4

S1E4: No Hesitation with Heather Lindsey

Why are you hesitating? In this episode, Andi invites her friend and author, Heather Lindsey, to help us overcome our hesitations by knowing our true identity.

"Because I know who I am and because I know who I belong to, I try not to get overwhelmed, overthink, or compare. I pull back and say alright Lord, whatever you want me to do, I'll do that today." – Heather Lindsey

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 5

S1E5: Fake or Follower with Andi Andrew

To celebrate the launch of her new book, Andi is interviewed by her friend Trisha to talk all about Fake or Follower.

Now available wherever books are sold!

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 6

S1E6: Living Towards Eternity with Mo Isom

Are we truly living towards eternity? In this episode, Andi invites her friend and bestselling author, Mo Isom, to discuss preparing the bride and walking in purity.

"All of the branches of brokenness are symptomatic responses to core heart issues. We shake our frustrated fists at the failing morality of the world, and yet we're trying to put band-aids on bullet holes because we miss addressing the aching, bleeding needs of people's hearts." – Mo Isom 

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 7

S1E7: Posting It Or Living It with Ashley Abercrombie

Are you overwhelmed by compassion fatigue? How can we truly be moved by compassion? Andi invites her close friend, Ashley Abercrombie, to speak truth into truly loving our neighbor.

"The ground is level at the foot of the cross. When we all stand side by side looking at Jesus, there is no hierarchy. There's no 1%, race or gender or culture that's superior – none. It's all flat because we all stand made in the image of God." – Ashley Abercrombie 

 
 
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Season 1 • Episode 8

S1E8: Introverted Extroverts with Meshali Mitchell

Internal battles shouldn't be fought alone. Andi invites her close friend and photographer, Meshali Mitchell, to chat about internal struggles and how the body of Christ can help with healing and transformation in community.

"It's so important to reach out to the body of Christ when going through internal battles. You'll be surprised at how many are willing to say 'what can I do?' and how God will supply that." – Meshali Mitchell