Java with Juli is a fresh, relevant, and conversational new podcast wrestling with questions about relationships and sexuality.

It is NOT your traditional Christian podcast! No topics or questions are too challenging or risky to discuss. Nothing is taboo, but all is biblically-based and God-honoring. If you tune in, you’ll find that we openly chat about things many women wonder but don’t know where, or who, to go to for honest answers. We embrace a casual & multi-generational feel that has listeners imagining that they’re also “at the table.”

#169: Your Wounded Heart - BONUS!

It wasn’t that bad. What happened to you definitely wasn’t as bad as other abuse stories you’ve heard and read about. It’s ridiculous to think it could still bother you after all these years. So why does it? At the coffee shop today, Dr. Juli Slattery sits down with Dr. Dan Allender to discuss the tools you need, and the benefits you’ll reap, when you confront the experiences that keep you from fully loving yourself and others. We’re offering hope for wounded hearts on this episode of Java with Juli!

Guest: Dr. Dan Allender

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#244: Your Love-Hate Relationship with Food

Do you want out of your love-hate relationship with food? This isn't a conversation about what you should or shouldn't eat, it's about breaking free from our tendency to seek fullness in something that will never satisfy. Join us at the coffee shop.

Guests: Asheritah Ciuciu & Hannah Nitz

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#243: Your Favorites From 2018

We've got clips from your favorite Java episodes from 2018!  You'll hear from Gary Thomas on roles in marriage, Laurie Krieg on living with same-sex desires, and Juli & Linda will answer one of our most-frequently-asked questions about sex. Listen and enjoy clips from our most popular conversations at the coffee shop.

Guest: Hannah Nitz

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#242: Worried About the Future? Find Hope Here

We naturally fear what we don't understand or can't control -- like the messages and confusion surrounding sexuality. But fear squashes empathy. Fear keeps us from loving people as Jesus did. In this episode you're invited to re-learn how Jesus responded to the same issues that you face. Do you worry about the future? Find hope here.

Guest: Caleb Kaltenbach, God of Tomorrow

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#33: What's It Like to Be Married to Me?

Have you ever asked yourself, What's it like to be married to me? What's it like to make love with me? Why do I want to stay mad?  Today Juli and her guests stop talking about the kind of marriage they want to have and start focusing on the kind of wives they want to be. Do you have the courage to take a good look in the mirror? If so, grab your java and join us!

Guests: Linda Dillow & Hannah Nitz

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