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.
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.
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!
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.
This week's guest is one of the finest men you could ever hope to meet. Blake is a brilliant thinker and we invited him to answer a listener's question about self promotion and marketing. Listen as Blake talks about why sales, marketing and promotion don't have to be slimy.
Allow us to introduce you to our friend Quinn. This is one man's story of traveling thousands of miles to get more of God. From an intellectual faith protected by cynicism to an abandoned encounter with the Father Heart of God, Quinn and Alyn go on a 20 year journey in just over an hour.
This week our friends Sam & Tink join us to talk about the beauty of serving, pursuing your destiny and just generally drop bits of wisdom here and there. Also, AJ gets her iPhone X and it's birthday celebrations for a little boy.
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.
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.
Oh boy, do we have an episode for you! Our dear friend, Gary Morgan joins us this week to give us a behind-the-scenes look at prophetic ministry. Fresh after ministering at Grace Center, Gary sits down and goes through each word of knowledge he got that morning. From dates of birth to first names, nick names and last names, this is a rare insight into the mind of a prophet.
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 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.
Brett & Shailey have an incredible story of the faithfulness of God. From a marriage ruined by alcohol addiction and hidden sin, to the pressures of being a pro athlete in the NFL we talk to these guys about the journey of discovering the Lord, why they chose the presence of God over everything else and what it means to live life contentedly.
This week is vacation week. We're enjoying the sun while on vacation. But we haven't left you all alone. Before we went, Alyn interviewed Kory Westerhold & Aaron Martin the creators of NeuBible, the world's most beautiful Bible app. Alyn asks about the behind the scenes of making the app, how one procures the actual texts for the Bible and life as a Christian in California. Listen to the interview and then download the app.
And we're back with tales from abroad. Last week we were in Iceland catching up with old friends and making some new ones. While there, we interviewed our friend Baldur a former pimp and drug dealer who met Jesus and had his life transformed. We also answer a listener's question about sexual sin, which is why this episode is marked explicit (it's not really explicit, but we want to warn you lest you listen to these at work or in the car with kids around!)
This week we're joined by our friend David Campbell. David is one of the national leaders of the Elim Pentecostal church in the UK and oversees 200 pastors. As a pastor of pastors we asked him all sorts of questions about what he's learned in leading people for over 30 years.
Henry & Alex lead The Belonging, a church in Nashville that started with 7 people meeting in the basement of their house. Two years later, they are fast approaching a congregation of 2,000 people. We sat down with them and asked about their journey which looked more like despondency and desert than dreams or destiny. Be encouraged as they share their story about what it's like to sell everything you have, move across the world following God while everyone else thinks you've taken a misstep.
In preparation for this week's episode we suggest you watch this youtube clip first. Gary & Sarah have been friends of ours for 10 years. They are wonderful parents, incredible leaders and tremendous fun. We designed our podcast with the goal of getting to interview them and now, some ninety episode later, we've done it. If you want to hear straight from a prophet about how he hears from God, this is the episode for you.