Every single day, Autumn Miles Ministries receives countless messages and comments about anything and everything! Today, Autumn and special guest, Kassy Mayer, tackle several of them that are specifically focused on prayer! Join us today for a fun time in the studio with some of YOUR frequently asked questions!
God places waiting periods into your plans that are full of purpose. They are part of the process, not mistakes or born from His anger toward you. God built in three days of waiting after Jesus’ death to highlight the importance of the process, even for His own Son. We have to be comfortable with the uncomfortableness of waiting.
We are adopted sons and daughters of God, able to access our Abba Father not just as a supreme being but as God our Father. Jesus died so we could have this father/child relationship with Him. Let’s fully access all the benefits of this relationship that Jesus sacrificed so greatly to give us.
Be careful about the voices to which you listen. Do not heed the voice of the crowd that is clamoring for attention; Pilate did just that when he sentenced Jesus to death knowing that Jesus was innocent. That decision marked him for eternity as will yours. This is your life. Live it according to the peace and direction of the Spirit of God.
We are so honored to have speaker and author, Whitney Capps on the show to share her latest book, "Sick of Me." Being surrounded by fake personas and facades through social media, we've created a hyper-vulnerable culture, where we can get stuck in the "raw and real."
But should we stop there? This book calls us "beyond trendy transparency and into something better: true transformation... In Sick of Me, Whitney Capps shows us that spiritual growth means being both honest and holy—that we can come to Jesus just as we are, but we cannot stay that way."
"Whitney Capps is a national speaker for Proverbs 31 Ministries and a writer for the new Bible app, First 5, with more than 1,000,000 downloads and users. Whitney's first book and bible study with video curriculum is available now! As a bible study geek, Whitney’s delight is to dig into God’s Word for profound yet practical truth. A girly-girl living among all boys, Whitney and Chad are raising their four sons, Cooper, Dylan, Ryder and Tate, just outside Atlanta, Georgia."
We live in a world where we bow down to the opinions of ourselves and others more than the still, small voice of God. His invitation to us is still to lie down in green pastures; His quiet voice inspires confidence, assurance, and peace. Don’t let the loud, clanging voices of your own mind, social media, or others override the still, small voice of a God who longs to give you peace.
Grandparents can be instrumental in the life of their grandchild's life. But how do you navigate this new season in an age where smartphones and social media reigns supreme? Our guest, Chrys Howard, has written a book on how to be a "Rockstar Grandparent." The mother of Duck Dynasty's Korie Robertson and grandmother to Sadie Robertson, she shares on the valuable role of a grandparent and the importance of leaving a legacy that endures through generations.
"Like all moms, Chrys wears many hats. She is a teacher by training and spent twelve years teaching children with learning differences. In 1998, she joined the family business, Howard Publishing, where she served as a Senior Editor. In 2005, Howard founded "It’s a Mom Thing" ministries, which brought live mom-honoring events to our area for several years. Currently, Howard hosts a weekly radio show by that name covering topics that are relevant to moms of all ages and in all stages."
Abortion. Planned Parenthood. Injustice.
Our special guest, Abby Johnson is fiercely determined to help women in need. Her life is the true story behind the "Unplanned" movie that has swept the nation into a frenzy. After leaving an eight-yearlong career with Planned Parenthood, Abby is an outspoken advocate for the pro-life movement. Listen today to her incredible testimony of her escape from Planned Parenthood and how her story is affecting millions today.
"Abby travels across the globe sharing her story, educating the public on pro-life issues, advocating for the unborn, and reaching out to abortion clinic staff who still work in the industry. She is the founder of And Then There Were None, a ministry designed to assist abortion clinic workers in transitioning out of the industry. To date, this ministry has helped over 430 workers leave the abortion industry. Abby lives in Texas with her husband and seven precious children."
What is it that you actually need? Sometimes we think we need material or tangible possessions when we actually need spiritual qualities. We think we need that new car when we actually need to be content. We think we need our husband to change, but we actually need to change. Find out why God is more concerned with meeting our needs rather than our wants in today’s podcast.
You may find yourself in a place that was once fruitful, but you stayed too long and that place has become a source of bondage. God might be moving you on from that job or relationship that was once challenging, but has since fed your complacency. Begin crying out to God for direction in decision-making.