Today marks our 52nd podcast episode, so I guess we're podcasters now. We've learnt a lot podcasting (almost) every week for a year and want to thank our listeners for their support and encouragement. It started out as a gamble but now with a couple of thousand listeners tuning in each month we're really excited about where this goes. Thank you once again for joining us.
If you've just started listening, here's a few of my favorite episodes.
Our friends, marriage experts, inner healing specialists and all round good guys Mike & Phyllis Best stopped by to talk healthy relationships. These guys are the real deal. They spend their life ministering to people who feel stuck and specialize in marriages. Join us on this special episode to get all you need about marriage.
Jessie Early: voice of a thousand angels. If you've ever been to emanate or at Grace Center while Jessie's leading worship, you'd know it. But behind the worship leader is a wonderful friend, a beloved wife, an accomplished singer/songwriter, creative whirlwind and independent artist in the truest sense of the words. On the week of the release of her new EP - Wild Honey - we sat down with Jessie and asked her a wide range of questions from how she arrived at Grace Center, to the creative process of making Wild Honey to the most important one: "What's your favorite Peter Gabriel song?". Thank you Jessie, we love you! Enjoy.
This week Dann Farrelly, the associate pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, California joins us to talk about a ton of stuff. Topics include Bill Johnson's arrival at Bethel, manifestations of the Holy Spirit, the price you pay for future glory and a whole bunch of wisdom about stepping into your prophetic words despite the crazy journey it may entail.
This week our friend Steve Long joins us all the way from Toronto, Canada to share on the Holy Spirit and healing. Steve is one of the best ministers we've ever heard teach on healing and has a way of simplifying complex truths into practical steps. All of this plus some follow up from last week's episode on the election.
Money. It's sometimes a touchy topic, but on this week's episode we talk about three principles that we've found to be essential regarding personal finances. That and AJ keeps doing Yoda impersonations. But mostly money.
All of us have been hurt in life. Our approach to dealing with that hurt will vary from person to person, but until Jesus is able to minister to that hurt, our hearts can become hardened and sore. This week we talk about the value of inner healing, AJ's new (new!) iPhone and Alyn comes clean on his love for burritos.
We've been thinking about leadership a lot the last few weeks. We've either been asked questions about leadership or have been asking leaders about leading. But there were some questions we just never got to, so we talk through them here. Plus, AJ's unique iPhone 7 review.
Have you ever stopped before you started? This episode is an encouragement to do that thing you've been too scared to try because you don't think it will work. With 100 episodes to look back on, we share some of the encouragement we've found from God to starting small. Let's face it, we all have to start somewhere. The people you are impressed by right now? They most likely started years ago, with something small. Start today and before you know it, you'll be shocked by what you've made.
This is more than an hour of solid gold Holy Spirit goodness. On this episode we ask David to share the story of how God transformed him from a suicidal alcoholic schizophrenic into the cuddly loving mercy prophet we have today. If you're not encouraged after listening to this episode, have a bag of skittles and try listening again.
And we're back! Thanksgiving is over but not forgotten. This week we think through the three things we are most thankful for. AJ gives a quick review of the iPad Pro, Pencil and Smart Keyboard and Alyn prays for an impartation of the kindness of God.