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Paul Tripp: Radio Podcast

By Paul Tripp

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Dr. Paul David Tripp connects the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life through his radio program, Right Here, Right Now. For more resources, visit www.paultripp.com

Customer Reviews

Change my life for the better

Thank you so much for everything Paul! Nothing like the mix of psychology and Christianity to grow our faith. I have been listening to these podcasts for years. They never get old and I always learn something new. Thank you for all!!

Love the show

I love this podcast, but where are the new episodes?

Love Tripp, Podcast Needs Work

I love Paul Tripp and love to learn from his books and teaching to strengthen not only my biblical counseling skills and preaching but my awe of the Gospel! I refer "Instruments…" and "Getting to the Heart of Parenting" to folks constantly.

That said, this podcast desperately needs some updated production work. The songs and music in between segments is really, really bad and distracting. Additionally, it feels targeted for an older audience. I'd encourage whoever makes this to strip out all of the filler and just leave Paul's teaching, or to update the other media involved so that it isn't so off-putting to folks in their 20s and 30s; of which Paul has a lot of fans.

Thanks!

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