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Dive into the profound intricacies of Scripture like never before with's "Heartbeat of Faith" hosted by Andrew Farley. Our mission is to illuminate the rich tapestry of biblical narratives, shedding light on the often uncharted territory of the prophets, epistles, and Psalms. By intertwining stories from past episodes and lesser-known passages, we underscore the recurring themes and timeless wisdom embodied within the Holy Word.

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Dr. Andrew Farley is a bestselling author of nine books including The Naked Gospel and Twisted Scripture. He serves as president of The Grace Message – a nonprofit Christian media ministry dedicated to proclaiming the love and grace of God with boldness and clarity. Andrew hosts The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley – a live, call-in radio program – every weeknight and each Sunday on Sirius XM Satellite Radio and on dozens of local radio outlets across North America. He is also the lead pastor of The Grace Church, the mind behind, and has been recognized with several awards for his excellence in teaching. Andrew lives in Texas with his wife Katharine and their son Gavin.

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