A lot happened since we last talked: new iPhones, new Mario game and the Heaven Declares conference. We kidnapped our friends Gary & Sarah Morgan and asked them to talk about their School of Prophets - a brilliant online school for those who want to learn to prophesy.
We take a lighter approach to podcasting this week. A.J. picks the topic and asks, "What are your three favorite things about each season?" Needless to say, our answers barely stay on topic.
The gap between where you are now and where you want to be will always be with you, so you may as well learn to master the fine art of living there well. That's our main topic, but we also talk about La Croix flavored water.
We sometimes think love is communicated automatically, yet that's not the case. This week we talk about the five love languages and how each one can be used to strengthen connection in our relationships. Plus we all go camping.
It turns out that we have wildly different experiences while fasting. This week we talk about how to get started fasting, the benefits that come with it and Alyn falls more in love with AJ because of Nintendo.
Moving from one season to another often isn't as smooth as we'd like. This week we look at how God prepares us to move into blessing while ensuring that good doesn't become the worst enemy of best. Also, AJ meets Superman.
Nobody is immune from being discouraged. Some of the greatest men and women in the Bible and in history have had navigate disappointment. This week our friend Alaina Stratton joins us to share her story of finding the gold by navigating disappointment well.
We all have to make decisions - it's a part of life. But making decisions you won't regret comes with maturity. This week we talk about decision making from both a married and single perspective. Plus a review of our listeners' feedback.
This week we discuss direction, why it seems so elusive for some and how to find it for your life. AJ gives us an update on her Volt & Ink planner and Alyn talks prophetic words and other stuff.
Learning how to steward the prophetic words you've received is vital for growth in the spirit. Too many people delay what God's trying to accomplish either by ignoring their words, forcing their words or fast tracking their words. This week we give you 7 things to help steward the prophecies over your life. Also: snake update!
This week we offer 5 practical keys to reducing stress in your life. We answer a question about five fold ministry and we nearly forgot something but went back in time and made it alright.
To achieve anything in life, endurance is necessary. Good thing endurance comes from God then!. This week we talk about things that help us cultivate endurance in our lives, catch up on AJ's trip to California and bonus: we have snake!
Most of us have to work to live. It would be a shame to never get to live life because we're too busy working. This week we talk about some simple things we can do to balance the responsibilities of life while ensuring we enjoy the rewards of life. Also, why AJ doesn't speak French and Alyn ate the most flavorful meal of his life.
We're fresh off of vacation. Back from Disney ready to pick up the podcast trail once again. This week we talk about the importance of remaining life long learners and share some hints we've picked up along the way.
The transformation we're looking for starts with our thinking. This week we talk about how to identify orphan thinking, answer questions on soaking, anointing and inner healing. And we're off on vacation so we'll be back in two weeks time.
Yes, sorry, horrible title. But in all honesty, we do have a lot to catchup on. This week we bring you up to speed on the last few weeks, talk about Alyn vs the toad, Alyn's birthday and AJ's plants. It's more listenable than this description sounds, we promise.
It's staggering to think that some Christians today are questioning the Bible's reliability. This week, we tune into Alyn's introductory lesson from his "Beginners Guide to Theology" course where the topic of biblical infallibility comes up. If that sounds difficult or boring, trust us, it's neither. Tune in and have a listen.