Are you looking or have you looked for Jesus and you’re not finding him where you think he should be? He is hidden. You can't seem to find an answer or direction and you have looked for him in all the obvious and usual places. Have you searched and he is not where YOU thought he would be? In today's episode, Autumn explains how God doesn’t work in the obvious. His ways are higher and greater than ours! When he isn’t where you think he should be, KEEP searching!
We are so excited to welcome our guest, Phylicia Masonheimer to discuss her book, "Stop Calling Me Beautiful:Finding a Deeper Spirituality in a Shallow World." Stop Calling Me Beautiful teaches readers how to study Scripture, how to live boldly as women of the Word, how to keep perspective in painful circumstances, and how to overcome bitterness by learning to rejoice.
Today we are thrilled to welcome our guest, Jay Payleitner to discuss his new book, "THE PRAYER OF AGUR: Ancient Wisdom for Discovering Your Sweet Spot in Life," Payleitner introducers readers to a little-known biblical author named Agur whose powerful prayer in Proverbs 30 solves this exact conundrum, uncovering the key to contentment.
Today, we are so honored to have our guest Ira Wagler to discuss his new book, "Broken Roads: Returning to My Amish Father." In this insightful memoir, the New York Times bestselling author of Growing Up Amish tries to reconcile with his father, family, and heritage after leaving his faith behind. With his singular voice, Ira reveals his experience in BROKEN ROADS. Through difficult reunions, struggles confronted, and betrayals revisited, Ira explores burning questions of faith and identity shared by millions, whether Amish or not.
We are so excited to welcome our guest, Jennie Lusko to discuss her new book, "The Fight to Flourish: Engaging in the Struggle to Cultivate the Life You Were Born to Live." What if your struggles aren’t a barrier to thriving but an invitation into your most vibrant days? Discover how to live a life of joy and fullness, even in the midst of disappointment and broken dreams. It is in the sacred space of pain and promise that we can begin to flourish.
Expect God to come in and do something that will blow your mind…to switch your situation, to perform a miracle in your situation, where sight and sound and circumstances might not make sense but God comes in and changes it to allow you to overwhelmingly conquer.
Many of you are thinking what do we do?! The news is out of control and social media is out of control. What we need to do right now is to try to control what we think. Feed your mind on God's word, on positive things. Set a guard over your mind. Don’t let anything in that will mentally affect you in any negative way. Today we will discuss four steps to help control our thinking.
Today we are thrilled to welcome our guests, father and daughter duo, Alois Huf and Cristie Jo Huf Johnson, to celebrate the release of their new book, "Escape to Freedom: The Real-Life Events of One Man’s Relentless Pursuit for Freedom." Written as a novel, Escape to Freedom, is the story of Alois’ courageous escape from Czechoslovakia in 1949 as an eighteen-year-old during WWII, being put in refugee camps, his miraculous meeting & marriage with Poldie, and eventual move to the US, when they moved their family to Grandville, MI in 1956, and built a successful Michigan business. For eighteen years Alois has volunteered in the Ottawa County Jail three days a week and has personally led 2,100 men to faith in Jesus Christ.