“Transparency slays our giants.” A quote from my good friend, Bill Yount. Over the past 20 years, Bill and I have developed a close, transparent friendship. Good friends mentor each other. We have encouraged one another, prophesied to one another and just generally choose to be real with one another. I think you will glean a lot from this podcast as my guest, Bill Yount and I talk about being real and transparent.
My new book, Miraculous Identity is now on Amazon! Living in your Miraculous Identity is to live in greater freedom. Reaching freedom can be helped or hindered by the inner hidden journey going on inside your heart and mind right now. What you think and believe about yourself is a direct reflection of the state of your identity. The key component of your real, God-given, miraculous identity is the invitation to come into a deeper revelation of intimacy with God. In this podcast, I’ll share some of my story of personal challenges and how I found my Miraculous Identity.
Holy Spirit is like the wind, and we engage with the wind all the time. When the wind blows, you cannot control it. You don’t know where it’s coming from and going to. So, it is with Holy Spirit. Part of your Miraculous Identity is to engage in a miraculous, supernatural life of signs, wonders, and relationship with the Holy Today. Prophetic Pastor Mike Ferry of Redmond, Oregon, a longtime friend. Will be sharing life stories engaging with the Holy Spirit of God and how to become more sensitive to Him.
Want to learn more about prophetic insights and experiences? I find just listening to prophetic people talk about seeing in the Spirit, what they have learned and how they have grown from their prophetic experiences entourage’s me. Prophecy is for the encouragement, edification and comfort of God’s people. Join me and one of my very prophetically gifted friends, Pastor Mike Ferry of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship in Redmond, Oregon as we share our own personal stories of living a prophetic lifestyle.
Who am I? Where am I going and what’s the meaning of life? Did you ever ask questions like these? I did. And I searched for truth. What is my purpose? What am I supposed to do? On this podcast, I share some of my journey, how I got completely off-track and then learning that “the truth will make me free,” How I began aligning myself with heaven.
Forgiving your self. That’s one we overlook!Recently, I started becoming very hard on myself. Inwardly, I beat myself up for bad decisions and choices that were totally wrong for me. Anxiety descended on me. I asked: God, what is going on? Where is this inner turmoil coming from? Immediately I heard: condemnation! My unforgiveness toward myself led me right into a self-critical, judgmental place which opened the door to condemnation!
You can say that God is faithful; you can even know that He is faithful—but are you postured in such a way that you experience it? Most of us have not experienced very much faithfulness in our lives, and this presents a problem. Suddenly, we are to trust that God—who we cannot see—is faithful to us? How do we step into a deep level of trust in the nature of God? Join me on this week’s podcast, Experiencing God’s Faithfulness.
God is experiential. We can know God and also experience Him. In this podcast, we talk about how to be still before God—to let go, relax and soak in His presence. You can experience the manifest presence of God every day. My special guest is Gary Oats, author of Open My Eyes, Lord.
Many have not experienced the closeness of a good father. A loving dad. Someone who willingly gives you his time and speaks wisdom into your life. Without guidance at home, many teens end up on the street. Listen to my conversation with Ed Buerger—a spiritual father to the fatherless. His ministry helps at risk teens get off the streets.
CDC report shows that more than half of the people who died by suicide had no known mental health problems. “Relationship, substance use, health, and job or other circumstances contributing to suicide.” A war is going on for your identity: God’s view of you and the world’s view of you. Through whose lense do you see yourself? It’s your choice.