Letting God fuel your inner child healing is learning to let go of your past identity and grab unto your identity in christ. It is a process of surrender, seeing yourself as God sees you and not how the world sees you. ---- Subscribe to our email list on Edtalksdaily.com so you never miss a thing ! — What is Ed Talks Daily? The Ed Talks Daily podcast is about growth in all aspects of your life. How do you solidify a holistic mindset with christ at the forefront that will lead to a healthy body, healthy relationships, and an in-tune spirit? Join me on this journey to becoming the best version of ourselves through God's word and the power of the Holy Spirit. If you want a podcast that you can relate to, a podcast that will motivate and inspire you all while educating you on ways to personally develop and grow holistically, Ed Talks Daily is for you. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/edtalksdaily/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/edtalksdaily/support
We see in the Bible that "The Fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge" Proverbs 1:7a, but what is this passage saying to us? What does it look like to "Fear the Lord"? and how can we apply this to our lives everyday? In this week's episode of Real Talk Christian Podcast, Marc Hyde and Chris Fuller take a closer look into what it means to Fear the Lord and how you can start to do that in the proper context today. Grab your Bible and let's dive in. (Banter ends at 11:30) //Resources Used In This Episode// https://www.christianity.com/wiki/god/why-should-i-fear-god-11531786.html? https://www.gotquestions.org/fear-God.html https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/bible-study/what-does-the-bible-means-when-it-says-the-fear-of-the-lord-is-the-beginning-of-wisdom.html https://www.gotquestions.org/depend-on-God.html https://www.gotquestions.org/true-worship.html //Other Episode You Might Enjoy// https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/044-what-does-it-mean-to-find-your-identity-in-christ/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/203-how-can-we-overcome-unrighteous-anger/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/196-the-honest-struggles-in-christian-walk/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/170-being-a-christian-versus-being-a-disciple/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/097-when-we-feel-far-from-god/ // Helpful Links // https://www.youtube.com/@realtalkchristianpodcast The Christian Standard Bible: https://bit.ly/3rulKqi Lifeway Christian Resources: https://bit.ly/3qka4Wv Got Questions?: https://bit.ly/3vSMJfq Dwell Bible App: https://bit.ly/3zUYq8E Cross Formed Kids from Ryan Coatney: https://bit.ly/3h19isZ RTC Quick Links: https://linktr.ee/realtalkchristianpodcast RTC Online: www.realtalkchristianpodcast.com Twin Valley Coffee: https://www.coffeehelpingmissions.com Revive festival : Music Festival | En Gedi Music Fest | Leonidas, MI (myrevivefest.com) Toccoa Coffee:https://toccoacoffee.com RTC Merch-https://rtcpodcast.redbubble.com
Welcome Back to the MarriageToday Podcast. Today's topic is one that we are very passionate about. We want you to know we are praying for you and walking beside you as you fight the battle of redefining your personal identity in Christ. ----------- Need a romantic Date? Register here for XO24 Conference: https://brushfire.com/xomarriage/xo-2024-grapevine/548791?_gl=1 More resources from our team: https://store.xomarriage.com/products/married-into-the-family Grab a copy of our new book: https://store.xomarriage.com/products/fighting-for-the-soul-of-your-child Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest is Billy Burleigh. Billy accepted Jesus when he was a young boy, but soon after he had a thought come into his mind: “God made a mistake, I'm a girl”. Billy started to believe the lies of the enemy, and after encouragement from his therapist, decided to undergo gender reassignment surgery and present himself as a woman. After 7 years of presenting as a woman, Billy became desperate for change and found Jesus. Once he understood his identity in Christ everything changed! EPISODE LINKS: WATCH: A documentary where Billy shares more of his story! https://youtu.be/y4w8QiDprVg?si=B0JGgzLx6uaOIwp3 Subscribe to Stories of Freedom on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts so that you never miss an episode! Learn more about Freedom in Christ Ministries USA and the discipleship resources we offer: www.ficm.org. For those outside the United States: www.freedominchrist.org. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freedominchrist_usa/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freedominchrist.usa Billy's Resource Reccomendations: https://biologicalintegrity.org/ https://familywatch.org/transgenderissues/ https://protectchildhealth.org/ https://www.advocatesprotectingchildren.org/
The newest generation is experiencing a crisis that is hurting families left and right. In this special Part 2-episode, Ben and Daniel answer questions that culture poses about our identity, sexuality, and the importance of finding our identity in Christ. Plus, a joke about croutons!
How should our identity in Christ influence the way we live? In this episode, Brian and Sheldon wrap up our conversation about identity with a few practical insights about what it means to be a new creation and how to live like it.Support the show
In this episode, a message from Leon Fontaine where he shared that we find true significance when we are secure in our identity in Christ. Sign up for Miracle Channel's streaming service, Corco+ to watch teaching from this podcast, as well as movies, kids programs, documentaries and MORE! Most Corco+ content is available to Canadian residents only. Follow Leon Fontaine: Facebook | Instagram | Podcast | Youtube Connect with us on social media! YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | TikTok | Pinterest Miracle Channel's mission is to reach every home in Canada with the truth about Jesus. Support this ministry by giving online today.
In this compelling episode of "Redeemed Through His Blood," hosts Scott and David Durfey engage in a profound discussion about the Fall, its impact on humanity, and the transformative power of gratitude. As the conversation unfolds, the Durfeys explore the paradox of our fallen nature and the redemptive role of Jesus Christ. They contemplate the significance of Thanksgiving, reflecting deeply on personal gratitude, and discuss how this time of year brings a heightened awareness of what it truly means to be thankful. The episode uniquely ties the concept of the Fall in the Garden of Eden to our daily spiritual struggles and the constant need for Jesus Christ's atonement. Listeners are invited to re-examine the story of Adam and Eve, not as an act of defiance, but as a crucial step in God's plan for redemption. This episode is a thought-provoking journey that encourages listeners to acknowledge their own weaknesses while finding strength and identity in Christ's sacrifice. Whether discussing scriptural insights or personal experiences, Scott and David's conversation is a heartfelt reminder of the importance of gratitude in our spiritual lives and the profound impact of the Atonement. Join them for an episode that promises to deepen your understanding of faith, redemption, and the power of giving thanks.
This episode explores the three core beliefs that shape our lives and challenges us to examine and renew our thinking patterns. Are you ready to understand this transformation process to unlock your potential and purpose? It's time to build a strong foundation and reject any negative life sentences. Key Scriptures discussed: Proverbs 23:7 "As a man thinks in his heart, so is he." Romans 12:2 “And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.” Ephesians 1:6-7 “to the praise of the glory of His grace, by which He made us accepted in the Beloved. In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace” In this power-packed episode, we explore the importance of knowing God's grace, mercy, and love. Discover the transformative power of relying on God, surrendering control, and taking your thoughts captive. Align your mindset with God's truth and learn to speak His word against any obstacles. Lean into God's goodness and explore the true nature of the Godhead. It's time to shape our identities and align our thinking with God's grace and acceptance. Tune in to hear how God truly sees you and discover your identity in Christ. and align our thoughts with God's truth. Get ready to be inspired as we uncover the key beliefs that can shape your life for success and fulfillment. FREE Resources: https://loriksnyder.com/resources/ Want to go deeper? Other episodes to help you grow: Listen to Ep. 4: God wants a relationship with you! https://loriksnyder.com/god-wants-relationship-with-you/
“Christ's power is more than sufficient to enable every believer to live the transformed Christ-filled life and help us deal with every situation in life.” – Pastor Jeff CranstonWe are walking through every book in the Bible, discovering the theological context, themes, and application contained in each book. In this episode, Pastor Jeff and Tiffany cover the letter of Paul to the Colossians and what we can learn about the preeminence of Christ, His sufficiency, and our identity in Him. [00:01 - 11:18] An Introduction to Colossians The letter to the Colossians was written by the Apostle Paul around 62 AD during his imprisonment in Rome, alongside Ephesians and Philemon.The letters were sent to their destinations with Tychicus and Onesimus.An unexcavated site near modern Honas in Turkey, Colossae is mentioned only once in the Bible (Colossians 1:2), and Paul likely never visited it.Paul was informed by Epaphras, believed to be the leader of the Colossian church, about dangerous teachings diminishing Christ's role and undermining believers' identity in Christ. Paul wrote to warn against this false teaching and to encourage Christian growth and maturity.[11:19 - 19:06] Theological Themes of ColossiansThe preeminence and sufficiency of Christ. Paul presents Christ as the center of the universe, the active creator, and the recipient of creation, embodying the fullness of the Godhead.Christ's sufficiency. Christ's power is more than sufficient for any situation believers face.Christ is the source of all spiritual wisdom and understanding.Paul often expresses thanksgiving in his letters, appreciating the faith, hope, and love within the Christian community. Faith, Hope, and Love.Pay special attention to the words faith, love, and hope. Paul was a huge fan of this Trinity of superlatives, and they appear often in his writings.[19:07 -21:13] Closing Up Next week we will be learning about 1 Chronicles! Quotes:"Paul presents Christ as the center of the universe, not only as the active creator but also as the recipient of creation." – Pastor Jeff Cranston"Christ is the source of all knowledge, of all spiritual wisdom, and of all understanding." – Pastor Jeff CranstonResources MentionedMichael Trainor: Colossae—Colossal in Name Only?Join the ConversationWe love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today's episode, email me at email@example.com.Visit my website https://www.jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church. Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranstonRemember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!
Are you ready to uncover the profound implications of your new identity and new life in Christ? In this message, I challenge some long-held traditions and address thought-provoking questions that will shed light on your true identity in Christ. Get ready to explore: * how the resurrection shapes your righteousness * why you should reject the false die to self theology * the difference between a new heart versus mind renewal * why self is not a dirty word for the Christian Discover the freedom, joy, and confidence that comes from understanding the life-changing power of your new identity in Christ! Discussion Questions for 101 Bible Questions New Identity, New Life: 1. Why is the resurrection of Jesus essential to our new identity? 2. Read Romans 4:25 and Galatians 3:21 and react to this truth: Jesus was raised to make you righteous, and you have an imparted-life righteousness. 3. Read Colossians 3:3-4. What does Christ is our life mean to you? 4. Why is it so important to reject the die to self theology? What should we believe instead? 5. Read Romans 6:17. What does this say about your heart? Why is this a big deal? 6. Read Romans 12:2 and react to this statement: You need renewing of the mind, not the heart. 7. Read John 3:30. What is John the Baptist really talking about? Are you in God's way? 8. React to this statement: Self is not a dirty word for the Christian, because you're the new self. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1258/29
Join us with our special guest speaker Dr. Dave Martin, director of Mosaix PDX (https://mosaixpdx.org) as he guides us through a teaching of Romans 8 with an emphasis on managing your mind, realizing your identity in Christ and beholding the glory of God.
In week six of “Build His Church”, Pastor Matt Nelson from City Church Tulsa challenges us with a convicting message from Romans 15: In a radically divided time, we need a radically united church. We need the Gospel of Jesus Christ at the center to unify a diverse people. He urges us to allow our identity in Christ to surpass all other identities and to use love as the key to overcoming personal opinions, preferences, and freedoms for the sake of others. Listen and be challenged. Support the show
Who you are as a Christ-follower should impact every aspect of your life. But sometimes we forget this truth. Author and leader Addison Bevere shares reminders of biblical identity from his book, “Saints: Becoming More Than Christians.” *Originally aired February 23, 2022* Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: click here
In this episode, hosts Oren Martin and Caitlin Van Wagoner are joined by Dave Bruskas, Watermark's Director of re:generation to discuss what "union with Christ" means, including how to live out of our identity in Christ. Part I: 04:58-15:20What does it mean to be united with Christ? Scripture Mentioned: Ephesians 1:3-4, John 15:5 Extra Resources: On the Incarnation, St. Athanasius Institutes of the Christian Religion, John Calvin Part II: 15:21-19:14 Why is the concept of "union with Christ" important? Scripture Mentioned: 1 Corinthians 10:31 Part III: 19:14-27:18Where does the concept of union with Christ appear in the scriptures? Scripture Mentioned: Jeremiah 31:31-34, Genesis 2:23-25, John 15, 1 Corinthians 1:30, Colossians 2:20, 3:1-3, Ephesians 1:4, 5:31-32, Romans 6, Galatians 2:20 Part IV: 27:18-32:15What is the scope of our “union with Christ”–what does that mean for us? Extra Resources: What is Progressive Sanctification? What is Positional Sanctification? Scripture Mentioned: Colossians 3:4, Romans 5:12-21, 5:1, 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, 2 Corinthians 3:18, Romans 8, John 15:11 Other Resources: “The great temptation most of us face is to believe that very little has happened to us through grace” – Sinclair B. Ferguson What is re:generation? __ Learn more about Watermark Community Church at watermark.org Follow along with WatermarkInstagram | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter
Are modern Christians focusing too much on identity or not enough? How should Christians think about injecting their beliefs into civic leadership? What are some words of wisdom for church leaders who are asked questions about public policy? These are some of the timely listener questions that Russell and producer Ashley Hales discuss on this episode of The Russell Moore Show. They talk about how Jesus navigated a cultural context that hypervalued political alignment. And they consider what it looks like to prosper in confusing times. Questions addressed during this episode include: Where does Russell get his news? How can Christians focus on their identity in Christ? What is the relationship between Christians and culture? How can church leaders exercise wisdom as they engage questions of politics and public policy? What should Christians do when the churches in their community preach dogma over doctrine? What do love and justice look like in practical, concrete terms (like yard signs)? Why aren't people tired of perpetual panic? What does it look like to maintain hope? Resources mentioned in this episode include: “Sphere Sovereignty” Joseph Loconte The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien Do you have a question for Russell Moore? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ashley Hales is the producer of The Russell Moore Show, the founder of The Willowbrae Institute, and an author. Find out more at aahales.com. Click here for a trial membership at Christianity Today. “The Russell Moore Show” is a production of Christianity Today Executive Producers: Erik Petrik, Russell Moore, and Mike Cosper Host: Russell Moore Producer: Ashley Hales Associate Producers: Abby Perry and McKenzie Hill Director of Operations for CT Media: Matt Stevens Audio engineering by Dan Phelps Video producer: Abby Egan Theme Song: “Dusty Delta Day” by Lennon Hutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The newest generation is experiencing a crisis that is hurting families left and right. In this episode, Ben and Daniel discuss the causes of that crisis and answer questions that culture poses about our identity, sexuality, and the importance of finding our identity in Christ.
What if you could truly enjoy your holiday meals without guilt or shame? This Thanksgiving and Christmas season, let's expose the liberating practice of eating within the parameters of physical hunger and satisfaction. You'll learn how the Revelation Within approach can help you appreciate your holiday meals, and free you from debilitating food rules. Discover how renewing your mind can eliminate the dread of holiday eating, and instead, fill your heart with gratitude.As you prepare for the festive season, let's explore how we can glorify God in our thoughts and actions. Let's strategize together about how to keep our eating boundaries firm while focusing on God's purpose for us. In this episode we share how to create a truth list to maintain emotional health, especially when dealing with tough emotions like missing loved ones. We'll share with you two questions that will help keep you grounded and focused on God's will: “What is most important to God right now?” and “Does this glorify God?”Lastly, we want you to remind yourself of your identity in Christ throughout the holiday season. You'll hear strategies for staying within your eating boundaries, serving others well, and pacing yourself. We also have a gift for you - a free two-page PDF list of who you are in Christ, supported by scripture, to keep you encouraged. Additionally, we'll share how to renew your mind, express gratitude to God, and avoid falling back into self-condemnation. And remember, we're here to walk with you, so join our community on Mighty Networks to learn more about these transformative strategies. Let's make this holiday season truly victorious!Support the showLearn more about our Revelation Within Community: https://www.revelationwithin.org
Have you ever felt like your identity in who you are was being attacked? Meet Amina Labane who is passionate about theological studies and clinical mental health, and share what about a time when she was s ready to fight for her own sense of self. Amina was born and raised in New York City and has always had a love for cities. She attended Liberty University where she earned her undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, concentrating on the integration of health sciences and religion. She then moved on to work on a Dual Master's in Theological Studies and Clinical Mental Health Counseling while doing College Ministry in Liberty University's Office of Spiritual Development as a Senior Resident Shepherd. By faith, Amina moved to a new city to be a part of National Community Church without realizing that God was calling her to serve and lead NCC Kids at the Capital Turnaround. Amina is passionate about discipleship, families, and the local church! She also has a love for morning walks, coffee, cooking, and reading! I loved listening to Amina and hope you enjoy this episode and are encouraged in your own identity in Christ."It is easy to look at the mundane and write it off as if God isn't using it. But, I really grew an appreciation over time for the small faithful things every single day. " - Amina LabaneReflection Questions1. Think about how you feel about your identity right now. Notice how you are talking to yourself, are you fully free or is there some space to draw closer to him in your identity?2. Aminagave some great tools for us to incorporate for ourselves. I would encourage you to use one today whether it is the compartment box, post-it notes, or praying over yourself in your mirror. You never know it is something you need until you try it.Connect with AminaInstagram | E-mail How to support The Parable Podcast: #1 Subscribe or Follow the show so you don't miss the next episode of The Parable Podcast through your favorite podcast app (i.e. iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher). #2 Share this show with a friend, this is a perfect opportunity to start your own Parable Conversation together. #3 Are you in need of a speaker for your Church, Women's Group, or event? Contact Danielle to learn more.
Today, we hear from one courageous woman, who used her faith and identity in Christ as a beacon, guiding her through the tumultuous waves of the entertainment industry. Listen as she shares her journey with "The Chosen", a show that has powerfully impacted a diverse audience across the globe, even providing personal solace during her challenging times. Picture yourself in a toxic fashion industry environment, where you're striving to survive while also maintaining your faith. Katherine explains how she navigated through such a scenario, finding inspiration in Isaiah 54:2. Tune in she recounts her experiences and how listening to God's voice and letting His presence flow through was her life vest. She also shares how this faith and focus translated into positive influence, such as helping a struggling model with addiction, underlining the power of allowing God to work through us.We've all heard about the struggle of reconciling faith content with mainstream media, haven't we? Join us as we dig into our experiences in this unique landscape, drawing from the success story of the Gen Z documentary in reaching a non-Christian audience. Listen as we share the lessons learned from working on "The Chosen", and how we've managed to bridge the divide between faith and mainstream content. In the end, isn't the journey, with its many twists and turns, always worth it?
Pastor Ricky will be teaching today on the counterfeit to genuine love words God and towards others. The counterfeit is lust and sexual immorality. Giving in to lust and sexual immorality is a direct result of not understanding your identity in Christ. Paul exhorts all believers to imitate God as dear children. When you understand that God truly loves you and that you are His child, you will be motivated to please Him. Don't allow the sexual relationship to become perverted. Obey God's ways.
In today's conversation, Ray wraps up season two and shares how God answered his prayers for his own message and inspired his ministry focus. Join in and be blessed with the affirmation of your identity in Christ from the original Scriptures Jesus used in a vision to direct Ray to create the Who Do You Think You Are Bible study. Listen in and receive the truth of who you are. https://equip.identityrestoration.net https://www.faithbygrace.org/identity-restoration https://www.faithbygrace.org/maturing-into-yourself-book
How can we place our sexual attractions into a biblical context?Listen in as Scott and Shawn challenge the modern trend to use sexual orientation as the framework that defines us. They tackle the problem that our modern, secular notion of sexual orientation is a virtual catch-all for who and what we are.They go on to encourage Christians to stop using aspects of our fallen nature for describing our identity in Christ. Rather, to “Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to your earthly nature: sexual immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry.” (Colossians 3:5)Sexual orientation does not define us. Join Scott and Shawn as they focus on claiming our identity in Christ.—⭐ Get notified when the new Bible Study Series “So Much More Than Sex” is available in early 2024 — a video-based Bible Study Series for young adults that is focused on rediscovering God's eternal purpose for human sexuality.
Being alone is a learned trait, and building that muscle creates space for contemplation, meditation, and reflection. Space for these things opens opportunities for a deeper understanding of growth and founding a solid identity in Christ. The world is fearful of kids being alone, and maybe even more of teaching kids to be alone. Dr. Kathy has some important insights on how we can encourage kids in hard times to pursue hard things that benefit them later in life.
Hello, Flower Mommas! This season we've been focusing on seasons of waiting and for this episode, I'm excited to introduce you to someone who has played a pivotal role in speaking truth into my life, Terri Flannagan. In our conversation, she shares about how she felt God was withholding from her in a season of waiting, the idols she formed in that season, and the loneliness that resulted. She also explains the value of community and finding identity in Christ, and offers encouragement to anyone who feels like they're unlovable. Follow TheUnrealReel on Instagram ------------- theflowermomma.com Follow @theflowermomma on Instagram Jameson's Website: jamesonsflowers.com Follow @JamesonsFlowers on Instagram
After doing a long sermon series on staying confident in Christ, and looking at the beautiful realizations of our identity in Christ, we are now getting into the book of Ecclesiastes, what does Solomon mean by everything is meaningless? What is the context that he's speaking around from, in today's episode, we will be breaking all of that down. Josiahmovius12@yahoo.com
Are you ready to uncover the profound implications of your new identity and new life in Christ? In this message, I challenge some long-held traditions and address thought-provoking questions that will shed light on your true identity in Christ. Get ready to explore: how the resurrection shapes your righteousness why you should reject the false “die to self” theology the difference between a new heart versus mind renewal why “self” is not a dirty word for the Christian Discover the freedom, joy, and confidence that comes from understanding the life-changing power of your new identity in Christ! Discussion Questions for “101 Bible Questions” – New Identity, New Life: Why is the resurrection of Jesus essential to our new identity? Read Romans 4:25 and Galatians 3:21 and react to this truth: Jesus was raised to make you righteous, and you have an imparted-life righteousness. Read Colossians 3:3-4. What does “Christ is our life” mean to you? Why is it so important to reject the “die to self” theology? What should we believe instead? Read Romans 6:17. What does this say about your heart? Why is this a big deal? Read Romans 12:2 and react to this statement: You need renewing of the mind, not the heart. Read John 3:30. What is John the Baptist really talking about? Are you in God's way? React to this statement: Self is not a dirty word for the Christian, because you're the new self.
How can we find purpose in seasons of uncertainty? Today's exciting new episode offers encouragement and insights for navigating uncertain seasons with grace and purpose from featured guest Grace Wabuke Klein, a speaker, author, and co-leader of Focus 412 ministry. Grace recently released a powerful book titled "Flourish: Finding Purpose in the Unknown and Unexpected Seasons of Life." During our conversation with Grace, she shared her personal journey of finding purpose and meaning amidst seasons of uncertainty and struggle. She spoke about her experience of growing up in a Christian home in Uganda during the tumultuous time of Ediamin's dictatorship. Grace's parents relied on prayer for protection as they made the difficult decision to leave Uganda, seeking a safer future for their family. Upon arriving in the United States, Grace and her family faced racism and discrimination, including being asked to leave a church because of their race. Despite these hardships, Grace's parents modeled forgiveness and unwavering faith, teaching her valuable lessons about resilience and the power of prayer. Grace delves into the concept of "winter seasons" - those times in our lives when we face isolation, uncertainty, and waiting. She shares how, during these periods, it is essential to stay grounded in our faith through prayer, reading the Word, and actively participating in a faith community. Grace offers practical tips and insights on how to endure these seasons and grow deeper in our relationship with God. Furthermore, she highlights the importance of knowing our identity in Christ and finding our worth in Him rather than seeking validation from others. Grace encourages us to stand strong in our faith, even when facing opposition or questioning the purpose of our waiting. In our conversation with Grace, we explore the idea of "03:00 a.m. Friends" - those trusted individuals who stand by us during the darkest and most difficult moments. We discuss how cultivating these deep connections and being a reliable support system for others can bring strength and purpose to our own lives. We hope that this episode inspires and provides actionable insights for your own journey of purpose amidst uncertainty. Remember that even in the midst of the unknown, you can trust God's guidance and goodness. Get your copy of Grace's new book, Flourish: Finding Purpose in the Unknown and Unexpected Seasons of Life, at your favorite retailer. Connect with Grace at https://www.gracewabukeklein.com/ Book Tina as a speaker, connect with her life coaching services, and more, at her website: https://tinayeager.com/ Get inspired now and get Tina Yeager's newest release, Upcycled: Crafted for a Purpose! The book is available on Amazon, Bold Vision Books, or wherever books are sold. Visit Tina's website for craft videos and more at https://www.tinayeager.com/upcycled/ Follow Tina on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Tina-Yeager-M.A./e/B06Y4T4TMG/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 Upcycled: Crafted for a Purpose (Bold Vision site) Beautiful Warrior: Finding Victory Over the Lies Formed Against You (publisher site): https://www.newhopepublishers.com/shop/beautiful-warrior/ If you're a writer, subscribe to Inkspirations Online (devotional publication by writers for writers): https://www.inkspirationsonline.com/ Manage stress and anxiety in 10 minutes a day with the course presented by 15 experts, Subdue Stress and Anxiety https://divineencouragement.onlinecoursehost.com/courses Connect with Tina at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tyeagerwriting/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tinayeager/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tina.yeager.9/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/tyeagerwrites/ Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3865622.Tina_Yeager YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TinaYeager
Prayer meditations can help you align our mind and body with Christ. Pray on topics that are relevant to your spiritual journey by listening to these prayer meditations based on scripture. Listen to meditation music and pray along with James Seawood as he prays about finding your identity in Christ. For more Prayer meditations, download the Abide app: https://abide.co/awesome Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
In this heartfelt episode, delve deep into a transformative journey that dispels the myths and stigmas surrounding single motherhood in Christian communities. Drawing from biblical teachings, we'll shed light on God's original design for parenting and highlight the empowering truth that you are not parenting alone — you are partnering with Christ. Join us as we embrace our true identity in Christ, challenge societal labels, and lean into God's promises for strength and guidance. Stay tuned for our upcoming series dedicated to women of faith, as we navigate the challenges of motherhood and life, fortified by the Word of God.
Many of us have been conditioned by life and culture to serve to obtain identity rather than ministering from our identity in Christ. Jesus knew who He was and what the Father thought of Him; this impacted how He served God. However, many of us behave as orphans in ministry, which often ends in our own hurt and that of others. In this message on 'Learning To Minister From Identity', David teaches us to minister from identity as children of God rather than ministering from identity like orphans. This message is available at https://www.preachtheword.com now in MP3 audio format and in HD video on our YouTube Channel (https://youtube.com/PreachTheWord)...
Paul's story is a powerful testimony of faith, and love, amid challenges faced by his wife's battle with traumatic visions in hell.Becca shares on Paul's podcast.Sitting in Suffering: To hell and back (Series Finale)Support the showVisit our website for more information on our ministry.https://theunseenstory.org/
Welcome to Transformational Truths with Pastor Travis Hall. In this episode, Pastor Travis returns from a six-month hiatus, sharing personal updates and achievements, including birthdays, potty training, buying a house, and embarking on a new book project. He kicks off a series on attachment styles, discussing their impact on leadership and relationships. Travis explains the four attachment styles (secure, anxious preoccupied, dismissive avoidant, and fearful avoidant) and highlights their fluid nature. These styles, believed to develop early in life, profoundly affect one's personal growth and relationships. Travis promises that this series will boost emotional and relational intelligence, offering valuable insights for both leaders and individuals. Tune in to hear their discussion and learn more about this important topic on Transformational Truth #83: Attachment Styles and Relationships. So, listen with your pen and paper ready because there will be much to take away from this episode. In this episode, you will learn: Fearful avoidant attachment is a complex mix of desiring close relationships while fearing rejection, leading to internal conflict in relationships. Common characteristics of fearful avoidant attachment Fearful avoidant attachment can impact both personal relationships (like marriages) and leadership roles, hindering intimacy and trust. Healing and transitioning to more secure attachment patterns are possible through responsible vulnerability and self-awareness. Challenging false self-narratives and renewing one's identity in Christ can lead to personal growth and emotional healing. And so much more! Catch Pastor Travis Hall on... Seven Deadly Thoughts Book Purchase Here: https://www.amazon.com/Deadly-Thoughts-Conquer-that-Limit/dp/1662806566 Stop Arguing and Start Communicating Book Purchase Here: https://amzn.to/3Hxov1J Web Link for Pastor Travis: https://cultivatemypurpose.com
We are finally here beloved! Our final episode on growing in confidence in Christ, I have absolutely love this series, and I pray that the Holy Spirit invigorates such a work in your heart through all these episodes that we did together as we continue to await the hope that we have in eternal life! Josiahmovius12@yahoo.com
We are finally here everyone we are finishing our series on KNOWING your identity in Christ, this is just part one, so listen to this, and if you can listen to part 2! I have enjoyed the series so much, and I hope that it has grown and encouraged you wherever you're at in your faith! Josiahmovius12@yahoo.com
Psalm139:14 says, 'Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous—how well I know it.' This Scripture proves that nothing that God creates is a mistake, including YOU! In this episode, Jerri shares her life's story of experiencing what true identity in Christ really is. It often takes the difficulties and struggle of life and relationship to show us who Jesus is for real and what He wants to show us who we are from the inside out. If you're living in discouragement and aimlessness, you will be encouraged and re-energized to find who you are in Christ today! Support the showWant to support Jesus in My Life Podcast, please consider supporting us with a small monthly contribution, details at: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2004457/supporters/newContact us at: email@example.comFollow us Online on: TikTok@jesusinmylifepodcastFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/jesusinmylifepodcast
Truly understanding our identity in Christ, and owning it like a boss, leads to being a princess versus a pawn; empowered versus excluded; and victorious versus victimized. The trick, however, is having a clear and truthful picture of our identity. This requires focusing on God's truth, and our identity in Christ, versus our own beliefs, perspectives, and experiences. Why is this so vital? And what are the consequences if we don't? Join me as I share three, interconnected answers to those very questions - and much more! -------------------- Learn More: https://www.relateescape.com Join the Online Community: https://www.relateescape.com/online-community Be the first to hear about new podcast episodes, product releases, and special announcements! https://relate-escape.ck.page/jesus-maiden Shop the Store: https://www.relateescape.com/store Follow on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/relateescape
Can you optimize your whole health? Understanding God's design for your life is key in being able to optimize your whole health potential. But to fully understand God's design for your life you need to draw closer to Him. Seek Him First. My guest today, David Sandstrom, brings encouragement to you that God does indeed want good health for you as His daughter. David backs up this encouragement with plenty of verses as well. David is a Naturopathic Doctor and a Biblical Health Coach. He helps people maximize their health potential so they can look and feel their best at any age. He's an author and the host of the Natural Health Matters podcast and is an expert in the Spirit - Mind - Body connection. I so enjoyed my time on his podcast when he interviewed me on Natural Health Matters and I just had to have him come on Treasured Wellness to bring you his wealth of wisdom on whole health! You may want to grab a notebook to jot down some good little tidbits as you hear how you can optimize your whole health potential! I pray this encourages you today! XO, Michelle Connect with David: firstname.lastname@example.org Join me in my FB Group, Holistic Health for Christian Women over 40, to be supported, encouraged and educated as you regain energy and take back your health. Want more FREE tips on how to regain your energy in a natural way using clear daily action steps along with some delicious and supportive recipes? Grab my FREE Foggy and Fatigued Blueprint Have the blueprint but need more intentional and actionable help with your lagging energy? Grab a Fatigue Freedom Session At 50% OFF FOR THE REST OF THE MONTH FOR MY BIRTHAY SPECIAL! Let's DO IT!! Know that you want to be ALL IN for 4 months of intentional lifestyle change and rid your body of toxic inflammation? Want to also improve your immune system as you begin to implement fresh, consistent changes? I have your back! Make the changes you need to move the needle forward in your health in a way that is doable AND sustainable. All with a happy little side effect of weight reduction! The SHAPE ReClaimed Anti-inflammatory Lifestyle Modification Program is for you! **Catch the Treasured Wellness Podcast on https://christianmix106.com/ YouTube AND https://actsmediagroup.net/radio-free-america-internet-radio/ Related Episodes: Ep. 189 Who does God say that you are? Identity in Christ. Ep. 191 Feeling alone? Know God as your comforter. Ep. 196 Stressed out? Know God as Lord of your life. Ep. 202 Living vs getting Healthy-prioritize your health.
In the spirit of overcoming tremendous adversity, as we discussed in our previous episode with Mark Black, we introduce to you today Tahni Cullen. Than was blessed with a beautiful baby, who was named Josiah, "Fire of God." However, within just a couple of years, it was evident that Josiah was a bit different. He was sadly diagnosed with autism, leaving Tahni and her husband devastated.Yet, rather than wallow in self-pity, Tahni and her husband chose to seek the best care for Josiah, which eventually led them to realize that Josiah may be different from his peers, but he has a true fire within that inspires others in ways so-called "ordinary" people can.In this interview with Tahni, you'll learn:-The discovery of Josiah's autism, and the initial response to it...02:45-Where is hope when there is no hope?...05:45-Vaccines and inoculations and their role in bringing about autism...08:50-The moment Tahni had a ray of hope for the future of Josiah...14:00-Josiah has a major breakthrough in his learning and development!...19:00-You'll do anything to help a child become what God means for it to become...22:10-The importance of self-care while caring for another...28:00-Supportive relationships outside the marriage while caring for a special-needs child...34:00-Surprising results from Tahni writing her book about her experiences...37:00-And much more...Resources mentioned:Josiah's Fire bookJosiah's Fire Facebook pageGuest's bio and social handles:I have loved God and the Bible for as long as I can remember. I was seven-years-old when my daddy built me a wooden pulpit. I put on my plaid three-piece wool suit on a snowed-in Sunday to deliver a message on obedience to my family in the living room. Then, one day as this wonderful invention showed up at our house–a VCR–I picked up a flair for the theatrical as I would rewind and rehearse lines from the likes of “Anne of Green Gables.” The love of communication in writing, speaking, theater and sharing compelling stories has always run deep for me. It's funny how you can trace those traits way back even to your childhood.Little did I know that language and expression that I loved the most would be whisked away from my only son, leaving me wounded and speechless before my God. An autism diagnosis at age two for our little boy, Josiah, was so swift, so final, with the words, “No known cause. No known cure. Lifelong.” My deepest question was, “Wow, what happens to hope when there is no hope?” Everything that I loved, believed in, and thought I knew about God got tested. If Jesus was Burden-Bearer, I knew somehow I would have to see if He would be that for me when the pressure of sickness, work, marriage, loneliness, finances, and spiritual wrestling dog-piled on our lives.Like so many things—impossible things—we are told to accept them and to learn to manage and to cope. The world is always trying to get us to just face facts and not to get our hopes up. “Your daughter is dead, Jairus. Why bother the teacher anymore?” But just when the facts start to get locked in as the “final answer,” if we listen hard enough, we will always hear Jesus say the same words He said to this dented father: “Don't be afraid; just believe.” Does the same Jesus we serve today still sound like this?It's a complex road these days to a simple faith like this: don't fear; just believe. I'd been desperately pursuing healing for five years, and learned so much about what intimacy with God, my identity in Christ, and my inheritance really meant to living out a Christ-following life. But despite our gallant efforts to help our son, my boy still...
Host Ed Stetzer meets with Emmy award-winning producer and director of Lifeway Kids, Chuck Peters. Tune in as they discuss effective ways to engage children and their families as you further the gospel within your kids ministry context. Learn more about this rising generation’s social and emotional needs as it pertains to their identity in Christ.
Do you know who you are? Are you feeling weak and lost in the wilderness? Rabbi Schneider shares that overcoming temptation is rooted in knowing your identity in Christ, learning how to live in faith and not in presumption, and understanding that fame, riches, and glory of the world are the seduction Satan uses to pull us away from God the Father. If you have compromised your faith for worldly gain and glory, you can repent and come back to God. The fight against the world, the flesh, and the devil will be constant all the days of our life. Knowing our identity and leaning into God's word for strength when we are weak is crucial. Fight the fight of faith and overcome temptation in the power of Jesus name. Visit our website at DiscoveringTheJewishJesus.com
The Apostle Paul's main mission in the book of Ephesians is to get across the idea that all believers need to remain diligent in keeping their identity in Christ. The moment you stop believing your identity is in Christ your actions begin to show it. Paul will be exhorting the Ephesians to live a life of love and unity towards the rest of the body of Christ because they all share the same identity. In this text, Pastor Ricky will be teaching on some practical applications of how to truly love other believers.
James Spencer, President of the D.L. Moody Center, talks to Mary Danielsen about balancing politics with the Great Commission and what it means to find our identity in Christ. More and more, Christians are allowing politics to shape their worldview and the practices of the church, causing divisions among the brethren. There may come a time that we need to ask ourselves if we have become disciples of a particular political tribe rather than disciples of Christ - at the very least measurable in the amount of time we spend on either. In his thoughtful article, "Render to God what is God's: Reflecting Christ in Politics", James says, "When God's people take up causes, we run the risk of those causes distorting our vision of God. We run the risk of justifying our pursuit of the cause by making the cause an idol and tying God to it. When this happens, we no longer act as if we believe that His ways are beyond our ways, or that His thoughts are beyond our thoughts. God conforms to us. We then determine how the problems we face must be solved and God no longer directs. He becomes a resource rather than a ruler." Join us for a timely chat on what it means to count all things loss for the excellence of knowing Christ. Watch the Video Version of Stand Up For The Truth on our YouTube Channel !