Last week we talked about how to confront, this week we talk about how to receive confrontation. We talk through a four step process to help you become the easiest person to confront and talk through three things that usually trip us up.
One of the most paralyzing fears we have in relationships is the fallout of confrontation. This week we talk about the value of confrontation, how to - you know - actually confront a loved one and when not to do so. Also, we're hoping AJ has a green thumb, and not a black one.
We're married, we live together and we work together. That requires a whole bunch of coordination and division of roles. This week we talk about our strengths, our weaknesses and how we manage them. Plus listeners' questions about soaking music, inner healing and raising toddlers.
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.
Simple devotion to Christ. It's what the Christian walk is all about, yet somewhere we get it all a little confused. Alyn gets his Barry White on in this episode so it's a little shorter than normal.
Obedience has such negative connotations, and yet one of the greatest joys of walking with God is getting to obey a wonderful king. This week we explore why that is and AJ shares her love of the Spanish language and talks knives.
Wow, there's a cheery title for you, right? This week we try and tackle some of the things related to backsliding. We're asking for help on understanding this topic but we present our best thinking so far. That and how to prepare yourself to not backslide in the future. Also, MJ has questions about our night life.
The brilliance of hindsight is that it allows us to learn from what God has done, to prepare us for what he's doing. In this episode we talk about lessons we've learned when we've stopped to reflect on God's ways.
This week we're talking having kids. How they're made (not really but kind of), how to raise them, the best thing and hardest thing about being a working mom, all that sort of stuff. If you don't have kids yet, you'll still love this episode because we talk life before kids too. Explicit tag because we do talk a little bit about sex and if you have little ones listening we want you to be able to pick the time to answer their questions about sex!
In response to a listener's question we talk about the art of negotiation. Learn the four basic steps of negotiating anything. Also AJ has a new party trick that involves rooms spinning and crazy eyes. Good times.
Nuggets of wisdom? Please, this week it's nuggets of trivia. Alyn's top five songs he knows all the words to, that one time AJ met Tom Cruise, what makes Alyn feel at rest, AJ's kryptonite that nobody knows about? It's all here in this week's episode of Keeping Up With The Joneses.
We tried to have our friends Ben & Sarah Jackson on this week, but it was too hot in the studio. So instead you have to settle for just us, talking about blessing and all the controversy the topic brings with it. Plus we go bed shopping and watch Arrival.
This week we talk about longevity. Specifically, why is it some people move forward with God and others, well, not so much. This week's listener's question: what advice would you give for people starting a podcast?
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.
Recorded while celebrating our 12 year anniversary, we reflect on life as a married couple and the things that have helped us stay married. We also reveal a surprising thing, our favorite thing and the most challenging thing about being married to each other. Plus movies with old people, Alyn goes outdoors and how to evade shark and alligator attacks.
Our first episode of 2017! We catch up on 3 weeks of radio silence, learn about a new way to cook, talk New Years resolutions and answer two listeners' questions about enemies and marriage. It's good to be back folks.
A little something from our family to yours. From all of us Joneses, we wish you a very merry Christmas. We'll see you in the new year.
What are you asking God for? Do you know his plans for you are beyond all you can ask or imagine? This week, in our shortest episode ever, we talk about planning for 2017 with God's vision in mind.