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Christian, God isn't mad at you and he's not disappointed in you. If that's the message you've been hearing, you've been lied to. His love and affection for you is unending and will never change or diminish. We invite you to pull up a chair and your favorite beverage and join the conversation. We're Jesus-centered and gospel-focused (no, really!) with no strings attached.

You've reached the podcast home of Mike and Susan Adams, a former pastor and pastor's wife who survived a crash and burn into grace in 2009 and aren't afraid to talk about it. What we bought before, we just can't sell. Welcome to the Grace Café Podcast!

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Apr 24, 2018

Welcome to episode 20 of The Grace Cafe Podcast! We were podcasting from Chattanooga Tennessee in the presence of greatness for this episode. This is the first of two episodes with our friends Chris Stapleton (not the country singer), Josh Scott, and Dan Hampton of the Simple Gospel Podcast, who joined Susan and me in a...


Apr 17, 2018

Welcome to episode 19 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. This episode is one of the favorites we pulled from the archives of our old Chief Sinner Podcast. It's an interview we did with Amy and Jonathan Hollingsworth in 2015 about their experiences while Jonathan was on the mission field in Africa and after his return home. As...


Apr 10, 2018

Welcome to episode 18 of the Grace Cafe Podcast. In this episode we had a conversation with our friend Sarah Knaub about the subject of mental illness. Sarah knows a thing or two about mental illness first hand as it was an uninvited guest that found its way into her home at a young age and robbed her of a healthy...


Apr 3, 2018

If it leaves a trail of abused victims, it isn't Jesus. In this episode of The Grace Cafe Podcast, we had an informal conversation about the different types of abuse in the church and the impact the #ChurchToo movement is having on exposing abuse. Victims of abuse are finding their voice and speaking up about abuse that...