Our beloved pastor, Jeff Dollar, joins us this week to talk about his new book, Letting Go of the Need to be Right. We talk about why it’s so hard to say sorry, why we often refuse to let go of being right even when we know we’re wrong and one of the keys to breakthrough.
We’ve just come off of a weekend intensive on feelings and AJ has some to share. Despite her sore throat and a long week, AJ talks about her experience of group therapy and learning to connect to her heart. Feelings are good, we just have to learn to love them.
Danny & Sheri Silk are known around the world for their books Loving Our Kids on Purpose and Keep Your Love On. They are part of the senior leadership team at Bethel Church in Redding, California. This week we sat them down to play the dating game, and seek out their wisdom for new parents, new grandparents, navigating change and what 40 years of history with Bill Johnson has been like.
Vision is essential for life. Without vision we get despondent and discouraged real quick. This week we talk about how to get a vision and what to do with it once you have one. Welcome to 2019 - your best year yet!
Our final episode in the back to basics series is all about giving! This episode we talk about God’s design for giving, how to partner with his design and why we’re often so reluctant to give.
Authority gets a bad rap, but it’s one of God’s greatest gift to us. This week we invite David Campbell, a leader to leaders, onto the podcast and ask him questions regarding authority plus it’s our 10 year anniversary in the United States of America!
One of the basics of the Kingdom of God and following Jesus is healing the sick. It’s something Jesus modeled for us here on earth and something he expects his followers to do. On this week’s episode we talk about our experiences with learning to heal the sick, some of the things that get in the way and answer a listener’s question about the goodness of God.
An essential part of the Holy Spirit’s work in our lives is making us more like Jesus. This work, sometimes called sanctification, includes inner healing. On this week’s episode we talk about where inner haling is found in the Bible and talk about some of the ways it’s benefited our lives.
Continuing our Back to Basics series, this week we talk about the importance of the church in helping us mature as Christians. We take a peak at what happens when we stop attending church and AJ drops some hip-hop magic.
One of the keys to a fruitful life is getting good at forgiveness. For something so important, it’s amazingly difficult to do. This week we talk about the rewards that come from forgiving others and AJ gets the opportunity to do so live as Alyn confesses to a heinous crime.
The Father’s love is the foundation of our faith. Because of God’s love Jesus died for us. Sadly, many Christians forget about the love of God and move straight to performance. This week we talk about our entrance into understanding the love of God.
It’s hard to be in relationship with someone you can’t hear speak to you. In this episode we talk about how we learned to hear God’s voice and give you the same four keys we were given to get you on the road to hearing God speak to you.
Ever wonder the purpose of pain? Or how sorrow fits into friendship with God? On this week’s episode, author and speaker Dr. Jack Deere sits down and talks about a life filled with pain and tragedy and how it ultimately led him to friendship with God.
In episode 2 of the Back to Basics series we are talking about the Holy Spirit with our friend Steve Long. Steve is the senior leader of Catch the Fire Toronto and has 25 years experience of ministering in the power of the Holy Spirit. Learn how to get more of Holy Spirit as Steve prays a prayer of impartation.
We're back! This time with a new 10 part series called "Back to Basics". On this episode we'll give you five steps to help you read, understand and apply the Bible better in your life. This week's listener's question is all about the "Law of Attraction".
Throughout the scriptures we are encouraged to "remember" what God has done. In our lives we are served well when we look back at all God has done. On this week's episode we talk about the importance of building our own personal history with God.