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!
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.
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 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.
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.
Inspired by the events of this morning's service at Grace Center, this week we talk about what we love about Grace Center and our leaders Jeff & Becky Dollar. Also - we're hiring! - there are three opportunities to come work with us at Grace Center. Finally, Alyn saw the new Jason Bourne movie and AJ can't remember what she taught this week.
Recorded on Fathers Day, we talk about what it means to be a spiritual Father, what it means to be a spiritual son and how we've still got a long way to discover how to celebrate. Also, new beta software from Apple has Alyn all happy and a Boy Named Ben is back in print!
In response to listeners' feedback that we have longer episodes and that we answer more listeners' questions here's a new longer length episode with an answer to a listener's question! The orphan spirit is the way of thinking that keeps us trapped so tightly that we can't experience God's best for our life. Find out what it is and how it works in this week's episode of Keeping Up With The Joneses.
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.
Poor AJ is sick, but she managed to croak her way through this episode with tremendous results. Find out where we're going in June, how much weight we've lost in the last 40 days and more importantly seven helpful things to put into place while dreaming with God.
There's no fast track to greatness. Everyone who is someone has endured something. This week we look at the topic of perseverance and share four things to help you stay strong when things are going rough. That and how we started our day with a "fight".
We're just back from a weekend away with our leadership team for SOSL. On this episode we talk nature, mountaineering, bobsledding with no bobsleds and what we look for in the leaders we pick. We also talk the mistakes we've made learning to lead and how to shoot video when you're not supposed to.
This week Alyn was in Scotland to bury his mom while AJ stayed home to watch the kids. We talk about life with Alyn's mum and catch up on vacation in Florida. All this and the answer to how pastors carry other people's burdens.
A special episode with our friends Sam & Tink McLeod continuing our recent chats about favor and destiny. We invited these guys to share their story that started with a fleeting thought and has now transitioned into moving countries. Plus, how to make poached eggs for 10 people at a time and great ideas for children's books.
I mean seriously, who doesn't love Josh & Sarah Parsons? Following on from last week's episode on destiny, this episode we ask Josh & Sarah to tell their story of moving to Nashville, finding favor, watch their dreams die, working hard and stepping into their destiny. This is a great episode that will be an encouragement to any of you who feel "stuck".