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Two Reasons Women Don’t Lament (When They Should), with Mark Vroegop

What can heal our families and churches from the sorrows of the past two years? Could it be lament? Hear more from Pastor Mark Vroegop as he shares how to talk to God about our broken world. 

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Episode Notes

Cry Out! Global Prayer Event

“Learning the Language of Biblical Lament” podcast

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy by Mark Vroegop

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy Devotional Journal


Dannah Gresh: How should we talk to God about our broken world? That's the big question we're going to consider today. You're watching Grounded and I'm Dannah Gresh. 

Erin Davis: That is a big question, Dannah. I'm Erin Davis. And here's why this episode is for you if you're watching. The past few years have been marked by a lot of fear. A lot of anger loss, sadness, I could probably…

Dannah: Hey Erin, I’m gonna interrupt …

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About the Hosts

Erin Davis

Erin Davis

Erin Davis is an author, blogger, and speaker who loves to see women of all ages run to the deep well of God’s Word. She is the author of many books and Bible studies including: 7 Feasts, Connected, Beautiful … read more …

Dannah Gresh

Dannah Gresh

When Dannah Gresh was eight years old, she began praying that God would use her as a Bible teacher for “the nations.” When she sees the flags of many countries waving at a Revive Our Hearts event, it feels like … read more …

Portia Collins

Portia Collins

Portia Collins is a Christian Bible teacher and writer/blogger who enjoys studying and teaching Scripture.  Portia is the founder of "She Shall Be Called" (SSBC), a women’s ministry centered on helping women understand and embrace true biblical womanhood through solid … read more …

About the Guest

Mark Vroegop

Mark Vroegop

Mark Vroegop  has been Lead Pastor of College Park Church in Indianapolis since 2008. He previously served as Senior Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Holland, Michigan, from 1996–2008. Mark and his wife, Sarah, are parents of four living children … read more …