We're really going back - almost fifty years here - recording studio stories and projects! What a depth-charge of memories here, where each project felt more like a "friends" than a record. For all musicians, you'll get this episode.
16 Better to have little, with fear for the Lord, than to have great treasure and inner turmoil. 17 A bowl of vegetables with someone you love. is better than steak with someone you hate. New Living Translation (NLT)
Being grateful in all things is the key, no matter the outcome. Jeff and Sue are back at it again, and you'll see why in this episode. Always levity, but always hope - in every podcast episode. Share this with a friend you know, who's life was changed after a phone call.
There will always be weird and unexplainable processes with the prophets of today. But by far, it's not new information. Jeff and Sue have had their own experience with some unusual phenomena, but so have the prophets of the Old Testament. This episode is full of levity but also bursting with undaunted truth. Enjoy!
Jeff and Sue Duffield know about good shoes. They also know about provision, and how God has taken care of their needs - even without asking! Enjoy this ride of an episode where they take their "shoe knowledge" to new heights, in a humorous but spiritual way. So, if the shoe fits - wear it! LOL!
This special episode is a flashback to a women's conference in Sandy Cove, MD, where Sue spoke to over three hundred women. With wit, a bit of wisdom and a scriptural glance at one of the greatest stories from the gospel of Luke, Sue delivers one of her favorite messages ever. "Freedom from Legalism"
Jeff and Sue Duffield know: They had great dads. Super dads, in fact. But they were also imperfect, flawed and hilarious as well. This episode is in honor of Dads everywhere, who go the extra mile and make their kids crazy! Also, Sue shares her favorite "Dad" in the Bible and why. We think you'll like this. A. Lot!
Taking a quick survey of our experience as young musicians on the road, let's just say - there are many unexplained events and reactions to the journey of singing in churches. This episode also unveils some 'not-so-popular' bible characters and their weird situations. To think that God doesn't have a sense of humor, is to be fooled. And in this year of recovery (2021) many of us need a moment of jocularity to keep us going, just to keep our sanity.
Just a small infraction - that's what I'd call a "moving violation." But to stand in front of the judge, with all intention of pleading guilty (and saving money by doing so!), it's still going against the road rules. How often, on the flip side, have you been merely "slipping through' the fine lines of life, never realizing until it's too late - that you've been drifting from God? Well, the Duffield's have a thing or two to say about all of that.
This episode is one for the books! Here's a sample of my teaching at two retreats called "The New Beginning". Grace is how we start; grace is where we dwell and grace is how we finish. Falling off my bicycle several times, but getting back up on it - really describes how new beginnings happen all the time.
This episode is quite LOUD. Well, not literally, but it's a discussion about "loud." I come from a family of loud. I raised loud children. I now have loud grandchildren. It's genetic. For all parents and grandparents, this episode is for you. The worst kind of loud there is, is deafening silence. But some of us need the silence once in a while to really hear the voice of God. How loud is that?!
Wow, have we ever learned a lot since 2020. Take some time to listen to this episode, and see if it resonates with your musician's heart! Let's face it - musicians, artists and singers are peculiar people. They march to a different beat than most. But inside the heart of many Nashville musicians we love, is the greatest secret of all - generosity. It's a life principle that is timeless and effective.
It's fun to see the analytics on how many have tuned in to our Thursday night "Couch to Kitchen" Concerts since March 2020. Wow. So, every once in a while on the Suebiquitous Podcast, we will feature one of the more popular ones. Sit back and enjoy! Lots of music on this episode #50.
Lost treasures could also fall in line with lost mores, lost traditions and lost hope. King Josiah found something he had to return to. And the Duffields know - even in those serendipity moments - we can't lose what we've worked so hard for to keep.