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26 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Pastor Jarrett Stephens: The Always God
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview my head pastor, Jarrett Stevens. Jarrett serves on the Ministry team at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. He shares his testimony, how God led him to ministry, and the lessons that He’s learned on the journey. We discuss his new book, The Always God, and he reminds listeners of any His Grace that God never changes and that they are not forgotten. Key Takeaways “If you preach to people who are broken and hurting, you’ll never lack for an audience.” “When God gives you a message, you have got to get it out.” “He hasn’t changed. You are not forgotten.” “You never have to lose hope when God’s in your corner.” “Even in death, there’s a resurrection.” “The call of our life as followers of Jesus is to trust God.” “The call of our life is to trust and entrust.” “Even if it doesn’t change, I’m going to trust you and entrust myself to you.” “We live tethered in two worlds. This is not our home.” “Ultimately, God’s dream for us is to conform us to the image of Christ.” “Jesus, you are the always God.” Resources Pastor Jarrett’s newest book: https://www.amazon.com/Always-God-Hasnt-Changed-Forgotten/dp/B08JCZRJRT/ref=mp_s_a_1_3 Pastor Jarrett’s website: https://jarrettstevens.com Champion Forest Baptist Church: https://www.championforest.org Connect with Pastor Jarrett on Social Media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/jarrettstephens Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/championforest/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jarrettstephens Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe, so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring, and we’d love for you to leave us a review. The post Pastor Jarrett Stephens: The Always God appeared first on By His Grace.
19 minutes | May 25, 2021
Rabbi Jason Sobel: Conversation with a Messianic Rabbi
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Rabbi Jason Sobel. Rabbi Jason Sobel is a thought leader, spiritual guide, and Jewish follower of Yeshua (Jesus). He is co-founder of Fusion with Rabbi Jason, a ministry dedicated to sharing teachings and resources that reconnect ancient Jewish wisdom with the teachings of the New Testament. In this episode, Jason and I have an important discussion about the Jewish roots of the Bible, their historical significance, and their significance as related to both the Christian and the Jewish faith. As a Jewish follower of Yeshua, Jason brings a unique and much-needed perspective on the Messiah and the work that He came to do. Listen in to this powerful message to be encouraged, equipped, and inspired to engage the scriptures and to appreciate their Jewish roots. In addition to the message, be sure to listen to the conclusion of the show where Rabbi Jason prays a traditional Jewish blessing over the listeners. Key Take-Aways – “The Chosen takes a different look at the life of Jesus than many of the other portrayals of Him.” – “The most Jewish thing you can do is believe in Jesus.” – “Satan thought he was foiling the plan of God, but He was actually fulfilling it.” – “My heart’s desire is for all of the Jewish people and all of Israel to understand that Yeshua is the promised Messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures.” – “He came the first time as a suffering servant, as the lamb, but He’s returning as the son of David, as the lion of the tribe of Judah.” – “When you see the Jewish roots, you see the Bible in high definition.” Resources – Jason’s website:https://www.fusionglobal.org – The Chosen TV Series: https://watch.angelstudios.com/thechosen – Jason’s new book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08BYYV13Q/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1 Connect with Jason on Social Media! – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rabbijasonsobel/ – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rabbijasonsobel/ – Twitter: https://twitter.com/rabbijasonsobel Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. The post Rabbi Jason Sobel: Conversation with a Messianic Rabbi appeared first on By His Grace.
35 minutes | May 18, 2021
Anne Watson: Shake Off The Critics
In this episode of the By His Grace podcast, Anne Watson and I discuss facing critics, handling our inner critic, and the importance of loving ourselves as Jesus commands us to. Key Takeaways “When you begin getting critics is actually when you know that you are stirring the waters, that you’re making a difference, you’re making an impact, you’re having influence because you are creating emotion in people.” “If I loved myself, how would I respond in this situation?” “If you would not talk to somebody else that way, don’t talk to yourself that way.” “Love God, love your neighbor, love yourself.” “The whole Bible is a love letter to us. We have to start by believing it.” “We have to give ourselves permission to shake it off.” “If Jesus can’t escape the critics, neither can we.” Resources Anne’s website: https://annemwatson.com Scripture References: Matthew 10:4, Matthew 10:15, Luke 9:5, Mark 6:11 Connect with Anne on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annewatsontx/ Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. The post Anne Watson: Shake Off The Critics appeared first on By His Grace.
27 minutes | May 5, 2021
Mazi Robinson: Conquering the Inner Critic
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview Mazi Robinson. Mazi is a Licensed Professional Counselor and speaker specializing in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self-worth challenges, relationship concerns, and life stage transitions. In addition to her work as a Therapist, Mazi maintains an active motivational speaking schedule, presenting workshops on topics such as anxiety, healthy relationships, self worth, personal growth and healing, purposeful living, and life stage transitions. Mazi is also the Founder and Director of Cultivate Atlanta. Cultivate’s mission is to give women both the access and opportunity to pursue emotional, mental, and spiritual health, so they can cultivate a life of joy, courage, and freedom. In 2017, Mazi and her team began hosting bi-monthly Gatherings, which serve as a place and resource for the women of Atlanta to learn and grow together. She is also the host of Cultivate’s podcast, Rooted & Established, which expands on the conversations that begin in counseling sessions and at the Gatherings, and provide another resource for women looking for emotional health insights and encouragement. Mazi and I discuss the inner critic, how to identify it, where the inner critic comes from, how to combat it, and how to let failure be a teacher for us. She provides practical strategies and insight that is applicable to anyone struggling to conquer the fear of failure and the inner critic. Key Takeaways “Some of our inner critics may be louder than others, but we all have an inner critic.” “There is a direct correlation between our anxiety level and the volume of our inner critic.” “There is a great connection between procrastination and our inner critic.” “We recognize that our inner critic shouting is actually a symptom of us being courageous.” “Your inner critic never shouts truth.” “Inner critics are nocturnal.” “Our inner critic always comes from someone else’s voice.” “The goal of the inner critic’s goal is to get you to stop being brave.” “The inner critic’s goal is to get you to stop being vulnerable.” “Replace the lie with the truth.” “You are loved. There is no failure on Earth that can change that.” “If you live brave enough, you’re going to fail.” “Failure takes on meaning when we allow it to teach us and we allow it to be redeemed.” Resources Mazi’s website: https://mazirobinson.com/about-mazi Cultivate Atlanta: https://www.cultivateatlanta.com Connect with Mazi on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultivateatlanta/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mazirobinsonlpc/ Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
31 minutes | May 2, 2021
Lucas Miles: The Christian Left
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Lucas Miles. Lucas is a trusted voice in the American church who has consistently addressed some of the most challenging topics in theology, politics, and culture. He is the host of Faithwire’s The Lucas Miles Show and a cohost of The Church Boys podcast. Lucas and his work have been featured in books and on TV and radio programs, as well as syndicated in articles across both political and religious news outlets. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed book Good God: The One We Want to Believe In but Are Afraid to Embrace. An ordained pastor with over twenty years of ministry experience, Lucas has been involved in dozens of church planting efforts in the US and in remote locations not least of which is his local ministry, Nfluence Church, where he and his wife, Krissy, have been serving since planting the church in 2004. Key Takeaways “This isn’t a Republican or Democrat thing for me. This is really about what do we believe about scripture? What do we believe about Jesus?” “I think that our faith can guide our politics, but our politics should not dictate our faith.” “Just because something is called Christian, doesn’t mean all Christian content is equal.” “If you’re a disciple and a Christian, it should lead you to a pro-life position.” “To love someone is to have grace for them and it’s also being willing to speak truth to them.” “The only way to break the cycle is to die to ourselves.” “Here’s the beautiful thing about Christianity. I speak love to everyone.” “If we don’t tether ourselves to something, we have a tendency to get carried with the current.” “When we’re connected to the source, we can find unity in the body of Christ.” Resources Lucas’ website: https://lucasmiles.org Lucas’ latest book: https://lucasmiles.org/books/ Lucas’ church: https://nfluencechurch.org Connect with Lucas on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrlucasmiles/channel/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrLucasMiles/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lucasmiles Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
26 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Emily Lex: Identity in Christ
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview artist and author, Emily Lex. Emily believes our passion and purpose play out over the seasons of our life. Our conversation centers around, the importance of knowing our identities in Christ, and tells us about the freedom and lightness that is found in Christ.She shares her journey of becoming an artist and working with watercolors. She believes the job of an artist is to look into the world, find God’s beauty and capture it, and share it with the world. At the end of this episode, Emily offers a beautiful prayer for the weary woman. Emily shares about her journey of spiritual formation,She explains spiritual formation begins with acknowledging the way that you’ve been doing things is no longer working and letting go of the external things. So you can live open-handed to allow God to put back into your hands the things that are from Him.. Living open-handed allows her to give the good things that she’s received back to the world. Acknowledge there is a problem. Let go of the things that are keeping you bound, and keep you looking for your identity in places it can never be found. Learning to trust that God is good and accept the good gifts that he has for you so that you can give those to the world. In her newly released book, Freely and Lightly:God’s Gracious Invitation to a Life of Quiet Confidence chronicles her of journey waking up to the ways she was searching externally for validation and significance in external places it could never be found, and the beautiful way God invited to live the life of quiet confidence. Key Takeaways “The Christian faith is all about allowing Him to continually transform us.” “When God looks at us, He sees His son.” “If you are tired, you can come to Him.” “As I follow Him, He will continue to offer freedom and lightness.” Resources Emily’s website: https://emilylex.com Freely and Lightly: God’s Gracious Invitation to a Life of Quiet Confidence Emily’s art: https://emilylex.com/shop/ The Next Right Thing Podcast: https://emilypfreeman.com/podcast/ John Mark Comer’s Church Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bridgetown-audio-podcast/id84246334 Connect with Emily on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilylexstudio/
44 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
The Harmon Brothers on Entrepreneurship
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview three of the Harmon Brothers. We had a powerful discussion on God and business. They shared insight into the strategy that helps them to work together as brothers, where they find their value and success, and how to handle failures in business and in life. VidAngel Co-Founders Neal and Jeffrey Harmon discuss success with their projects Dry Bar Comedy and The Chosen, the largest crowd-funded television series in history. There new global brand Angel Studios is crowdfunding a film studio platform that helps creators come together with viewers to create high-quality TV and film without Hollywood. Harmon Brothers are the Provo, Utah-based ad agency behind the greatest viral ad in internet history. Since 2013, the company has created numerous groundbreaking, distinctive social media spots, which collectively have over 1.3 billion views and have helped their clients to sell over $350 Million in products and services. Key Takeaways “Relationships are more important than business and money.” “Nothing sells better than the truth.” “Each Christian has our own cross to bear and call on Christ for His help to bear.” “Our value doesn’t come from success or failure, our value comes from the growth that we have as we fail and as we learn from our failures.” “Eventually, we will succeed. That’s our destiny as children of God.” “We don’t derive our value from the fact that our business failed or the fact that our business succeeded.” “I do think it’s possible to maintain your values and remain in business at the same time.” Resources The Harmon Brothers Website: https://harmonbrothers.com/home Harmon Brothers University: https://harmonbrothersuniversity.com/start-home Angel Studios: https://invest.angelstudios.com The User Method: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0177M9RRU/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B0177M9RRU&linkCode=as2&tag=theusemet-20&linkId=DZWV6N57URBHDPDI “If” by Rudyard Kipling: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46473/if— Connect with the Harmon Brothers on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/harmon.brothers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harmonbrothers Twitter: https://twitter.com/harmonbros Harmon Brothers Bios Jeffrey Harmon is the Chief Content Officer at Angel Studios, the new platform for community-backed film making. In this role, Harmon has led the development of the hit series The Chosen as well as Dry Bar Comedy and will work to help creators with more than 300 new projects over the next five years. He was co-founder of VidAngel, a streaming platform empowering parents to remove distasteful elements from movies and TV shows streamed on Netflix, Amazon, and HBO on Prime, and also a co-founder at Harmon Brothers, one of the world’s leading creative advertising agencies known for hit campaigns like Squatty Potty, Chatbooks, Lume, and Purple. While still a student at BYU, Harmon earned a reputation as an early digital marketing pioneer when he emerged as the primary architect of a YouTube campaign advertising a product called Orabrush. With more than 50 million views, that campaign was ranked in the top ten social media campaigns of all time and catapulted the Orabrush Tongue Cleaner from zero retail presence to being stocked on shelves in more than 30,000 stores in 15 countries, proving that products could be marketed digitally to consumers. Daniel Harmon is Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Harmon Brothers, a Provo, Utah-based ad agency behind the most viral ads in internet history. Under Harmon’s creative direction, the agency’s groundbreaking ads have collectively driven more than 1 billion views and over $350 million in sales. While receiving his degree in Advertising, Harmon learned from his door-to-door sales job that the key to successful salesmanship was truly believing in the product. Harmon then started his ad career as a copywriter at DDB Chicago and VSA Partners where he worked on campaigns for global brands such as McDonald’s, Dell, Caterpillar, Harley-Davidson, Avery Dennison, and GE Healthcare. Following this, he transitioned from business to business sales manager for an interstate battery franchise, where Harmon learned how to develop and nurture long-term relationships with customers. But it was his work on a breakout campaign for Orabrush that paved the way for the definitive work that would follow. In 2013 as a co-founder of Harmon Brothers, he helped write and creatively direct a campaign for Poo~Pourri that revolutionized the way products are marketed. Harmon Brothers have produced internet advertising blockbusters such as Squatty Potty, Purple, Chatbooks, FiberFix, and Poo~Pourri. He is also the host and creative teacher at Harmon Brothers University, a new school for creators seeking to learn the Harmon Brothers method. Neal Harmon is CEO and co-founder at VidAngel. Prior to VidAngel, Neal served as Co-founder, COO, and Board Member at Orabrush as well as co-founder at Harmon Brothers, a marketing services company responsible for a variety of viral ads, for clients such as PooPourri and Squatty Potty. As CEO of VidAngel, Neal has led the company through a variety of challenges and successes, including major lawsuits from Hollywood studios, bankruptcy, the development of VidAngel Studios, the creation of Dry Bar Comedy, and distribution and growth of The Chosen. Neal is proficient in 10 computer programming languages and has a bachelor’s degree in American Studies and a master’s degree in Instructional Psychology and Technology. Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today! Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
30 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
Ginny Owens: Walking Through Darkness in Faith
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview Ginny Owens. Ginny became a household name as the Gospel Music Association’s 2000 New Artist of the Year. Growing in notoriety as both a singer and a songwriter, winning 3 Dove awards and multiple ASCAP Awards along the way, Owens has sold over a million records over the course of her career. A top performer on the Christian radio charts with hits like “If You Want Me To,” “Free” and “I Wanna Be Moved” among others, Owens has released no less than 11 full albums and 3 EPs, and her music has also impacted mainstream audiences at Lilith Fair, the Sundance Film Festival and the White House. Ginny and I discuss the importance of holding on to faith despite our circumstances. In the face of hardships outside of her control, Owens adapted and overcame. She relies on the truth in scripture and the songs sung in seasons of darkness to inspire and encourage others. In the interview, she drives home crucial points about the strength we find in a relationship with Jesus, our response to life’s challenges, and the sufficiency of the Lord to meet our every need. Key Takeaways “Jesus is our best friend.” “Believe His strength is our only hope.” “His voice has to be the loudest thing in our hearts.” “His song has to be the thing that’s on repeat.” “Being honest about our weakness helps us to form true strength.” “Whether you can see or not, we all face some sort of darkness.” “Who do we want more than God and why?” “What does it mean for us to look to Him as our true source and to praise Him no matter what is going on?” “I will keep saying what my mind knows is true and finally my heart is going to catch up.” “Come to Him. He is everything we need.” “No matter what kind of fire we’re walking through, He wants to hold us through it.” Resources Ginny’s website: https://ginnyowens.com/home/ Ginny’s new book: https://www.amazon.com/Singing-Dark-Finding-Songs-Scripture/dp/0830781870/ Connect with Ginny on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ginnyowensofficial/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GinnyOwensMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/ginnyowens Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
24 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Brittany Hebert Franklin: A Journey To Help End Childhood Cancer
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview Brittany Hebert Franklin. Brittany is the founder of Sky High for Kids. She shares her testimony of obedience and faithfulness and her journey to help end childhood cancer. We speak about trusting in God and His sovereign plan and we hear the story of how God has worked in her life and through her nonprofit. Key Takeaways “There is a light at the end of the tunnel and He will expose that if you will listen.” “He will do far more than anything we can ask or think.” “If you have a passion, it’s time to put it into action.” “The answer is always no unless you ask.” Resources Sky High for Kids: Skyhighforkids.org Connect with Brittany and Sky High on Social Media Brittany’s Instagram: Instagram.com/brittanyhebertfranklin Instagram.com/skyhighforkids twitter.com/skyhighforkids facebook.com/skyhighforkids/about/ Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
30 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Katy McCown: Confidently Choosing Faith over Fear
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Katy McCown. Katy is a homeschooling mother of six, a wife, conference founder, and a writer. We discuss the importance of spending time with the Lord, the necessity of walking in faith over fear, and some practical tips for living out faith during difficult times. Key Takeaways “I need to spend less time doing and more time being with Jesus.” “Nothing else that we do will be accomplished as effectively unless it flows from the place of us being filled up in the presence of the Lord.” “We sit in the presence of the Lod and He pours into us and then what we pour out is the overflow from Him.” “We’re allowing for God to pour into us so that we have the strength to do what He has called us to do.” “When we can’t see God’s will working in our lives, we can still trust that He is good.” “God is good and His purposes are good.” “He will meet you in His word.” “Sometimes what I think that it should look like isn’t want He sees.” Resources Katy’s Website: https://katymccown.com Katy’s Conference: http://shelaughsconference.com Katy’s Bible Study: https://katymccown.com/shesmileswithoutfear/ Proverbs 31 Ministries: https://proverbs31.org Connect with Katy on Social Media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/katymccown Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katymccown7 Twitter: https://twitter.com/katymccown7?s=21 Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
6 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Misty Phillip – Celebrating 100 Episodes of the By His Grace Podcast
On the hundredth episode of the By His Grace podcast, I celebrated by having loyal listeners share what they loved about the show via a live podcasting format. I am so excited to cross this monumental milestone and to continue serving the listeners of By His Grace as you chase your God-given dreams! Much Love Misty Phillip
29 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
Rachael Adams: Obeying the Lord as a Love Offering
Today on this episode of the By His Grace podcast, Misty shares being available to God, laying down our dreams to do his will as an expression of our love. She interviews Rachael Adams. Rachael is a wife, mother, podcast host, and author who serves happily wherever the Lord leads her. She and I discuss what obedience looks like in the life of a believer, God’s grace, and strategies for remaining obedient to God’s call on our lives. Key Takeaways “God is my authority. He is Lord of my life. I want what He wants for me more than what I want for myself.” “Obedience is God’s love language.” “I’ve got to rely on the Holy Spirit. I cannot do this on my own.” “We first have to settle in our minds that God is a good father.” “His plan involves us.” “Our obedience now could be the Genesis to God’s next great miracle.” “We know that Jesus is the only one that got it perfectly right.” “God was proud of Jesus before he really even did anything.” “When we are obedient, immediate reward is not always linked.” “When we do disobey, we just have to re-group and try again.” “As we steward the things that God has given us today, he will give us new things to steward tomorrow.” Resources Song: Available by Elevation Worship Absolute Surrender by Andrew Murray Connect with Rachael on Social Media! Rachael’s website: https://rachaelkadams.com Rachael’s Podcast: https://rachaelkadams.com/the-love-offering-podcast/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/rachaeladamsauthor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rachaeladamsauthor Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
30 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Brittany Ann: Obedience & Following God’s Word
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Brittany Ann. Brittany and I discuss obedience and following God’s will for our lives as Christian women. We also discuss strategies for remaining in God’s word and continuing in fellowship with Him. Key Takeaways “You can believe God and follow Him because He is who He says that He is.” “The Bible is actually a way that God speaks to us.” “If the Bible says that this is a bad idea, it is a bad idea.” “So many of us want to read God’s word, but we do not make it a priority.” Resources Equipping Godly Women Brittany’s book. Read the first chapter for free! Connect with Brittany on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/equippinggodlywomen/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/equippinggodlywomen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/equipgodlywomen Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review.
27 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Sandi Lucas: Understanding the Season Of Your Calling
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview Sandi Lucas. Sandi Lucas is the founder and CEO of the Blaze Planner. Sandi’s journey in founding The Blaze Planner® was many years in the making. In fact, she has been on a quest to design a planner for women that could help them live intentionally for the glory of God since she was in her twenties. An avid student of time management and organization tips, she has amassed a library full of books, attended many seminars, and found herself still struggling to “keep it all together.” Then she discovered the great paradox – when you surrender to God in ALL areas of life …. You WIN – no matter if every little thing is in its place or not. Vowing to share this revolutionary approach with young and more seasoned women alike, Sandi created the foundation for this planner called The Blaze Lighthouse Process – that equips women to put the principles of the Bible into practice every day. Sandi balanced this approach herself while raising her children and working full time in the high technology industry. She has lead sales teams for Fortune 100 and 200 companies and was a senior leader in the semiconductor realm for over 30 years. She is involved in her local church and leads a prayer group in her county that focuses on biblical public policy. Sandi is married to her husband of over 30 years and has 4 grown daughters and one precious grandson. She and her husband Luke reside in a small town near Houston, Texas We discuss purpose, seasons, and calling, the components of The Blaze planner, and how the Lord has worked in Sandi’s life in the area of organization. Key Takeaways “Maybe you have a call on your life, but it is not the right time.” “We are ambassadors for Christ. We are to occupy until He comes again.” “Your little bitty everyday decisions are what keeps you on the narrow path for a lifetime.” “Even the good things can be the enemy of the best.” Resources The Blaze Planner: https://theblazeplanner.com Disciplines of the Beautiful Woman: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0849929830/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_7TW6QYEAMACA6J9ATSZB Connect with Sandi on Social Media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/theblazeplanner Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theblazeplanner Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. Free Downloads The Lighthouse Process The Blaze Bedrock Supplement
16 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
Misty Phillip: Walk in Your God Given Purpose and Calling
On this episode of By His Grace, I did something a bit different and recorded a solo episode. I share the importance of walking in our calling and knowing our purpose. I also share about how you can work with me to launch or grow a podcast. Key Takeaways “Don’t allow the enemy to hold you back in fear or distract you from fulfilling your purpose.” “Walking in our purpose requires grit, hard work, determination, and perseverance, but in our own strength, we are pitiful. It is the Holy Spirit fire and resurrection power that lives within us that equips us to do every good thing.” “We are all running a race and we need to keep our eyes fixed on Jesus.” “Our calling is a divinely inspired strong inner impulse that leads us to action in our vocation or profession.” “Our callings should inspire us to do amazing things in the Kingdom of God.” “God has you here for a purpose and He has work for you to do. God doesn’t just want to you just survive, He wants you to thrive in your calling.” Resources Shoe Dog Book: https://www.amazon.com/Shoe-Dog-Phil-Knight/dp/1508211809 Spark Collective: https://www.sparkmedia.ventures/spark-collective Consult with Misty: https://www.sparkmedia.ventures/offers/o4u2ZujU/checkout Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review
29 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
Anthea Kotlan: Answering The Call
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview Anthea Kotlan. Anthea is a women’s ministry leader, a trusted mentor, and a friend. We discuss discerning the voice of God, the importance of discipleship in the life of a believer, and answering the call of God. Key Takeaways “Any time the Lord calls you to step up and expand your territory, the Lord will bring you, ministry partners.” “God sees the needs and He brings the provision.” “We need to be willing to wander as we travel with God.” “God will not give my purpose to someone else.” Anthea’s life verse: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; 6 in all your ways submit to him and he will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5-6 Resources Connect with Anthea by reading her blog: www.antheakotlan.com Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. Connect with Misty on Social Media!
26 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Paul Calcote: Answering God’s Call
in this episode of By His Grace, I interview Paul Calcote. Paul is the young adult pastor at my church, Champion Forest Baptist Church. He is also a podcaster and conference speaker who is passionate about empowering and equipping people to be all that God has called them to be. His overarching life goals are to Love God and to Love His people. His Podcast, Real People Real Talk features rich & relevant conversations about current events, relationships, mental health, inspirational stories, & much more but from a Christian worldview. We discuss following God’s call, the responsibility of Christians to share the gospel, and the importance of reaching the younger generations with God’s word. Key Takeaways “If you’re not growing, what are you really doing?” “Having fun and being a Christian are not mutually exclusive.” “Give God what you have.” “You’ve got to get out of the boat and do the thing that God has called you to do.” “As long as you’re being obedient to the call of God, that is obedience in all caps.” “If you have everything but Jesus, you have absolutely nothing. If you have nothing but Jesus, you have everything.” Resources Pastor Paul’s podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-people-real-talk/id1514992895 Connect with Pastor Paul on Social Media! Instagram: www.instagram.com/paulwcalcote Twitter: https://twitter.com/calcote_paul Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. Connect with Misty on Social Media!
29 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Holly Newton: Discerning Gods Voice in Rest
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview speaker, author, podcaster, and founder of Exhale Women, Holly Newton. Holly shares the heart behind her devotional, “Exhale” and reminds listeners to live life on purpose for His purposes. We discuss the need to be bold, courageous voices of truth, the importance of rest, and the necessity of hearing and discerning God’s voice. Key Takeaways “When I remember what He has done in the past, I remember that He can do it again.” “He is who He says He is. He will do what He says He will do.” “God can redeem anything in our lives.” “You are here for this time and purpose for God’s plan.” “I want to cheer people on because I remember how dark it felt to feel like I was done.” “We need to be bold, courageous voices for truth.” Resources Holly’s website: https://www.hollyanewton.com Holly’s devotional: https://www.amazon.com/Exhale-Devotions-Letting-Unforced-Rhythms/dp/1664204334 Holly’s podcast: https://www.hollyanewton.com/podcast Exhale Women Events: https://www.hollyanewton.com/exhale-women-events Connect with Holly on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hollyanewton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hollynewtonofficial Made for Mission Virtual Summit – Use Code Misty15 to get 15% off your ticket. Holly Newton is a passionate leader encouraging women to study Scripture, ask the hard questions, and learn to hear God’s voice to more fully live out their purpose. She is an author, segment speaker on NBC’s Today in Nashville, and Founder / Visionary of Exhale Women. Exhale Women is a ministry that exists to encourage and equip women. This ministry encompasses Devotionals, Bible Studies, the Exhale podcast, and Gatherings with the goal to help every woman learn to live freely in her God-given purposes. She is married to her high school sweetheart. They have three married adult children and seven grandchildren. You can connect with Holly at www.hollyanewton.com as well as Instagram @hollyanewton and @exhalewomen You can find her book Exhale:90 Devotions For Letting Go And Living In Unforced Rhythms Of Grace on Amazon and wherever books are sold. The next Exhale Gathering is April 24th, 2021 in Austin, Tx. Subscribe at hollyanewton.com to be the first to know all the details. Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. Connect with Misty on Social Media! – Website: www.mistyphillip.com – Instagram: www.instagram.com/mistyphillip – Facebook: www.facebook.com/mistyphillip – Twitter: www.twitter.com/mistyphillip
23 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Kim Dolan Leto: Taking Care of Yourself in 2021
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview my new friend, author, speaker, and podcast host Kim Dolan Leto. We discuss the duty that we have as Christians to care for the bodies that the Lord has blessed us with. Kim shares insight into the thoughts and perceptions that society carries regarding body image and weight and how we can approach this issue differently as Christians. Key Takeaways “The more you do, the more you can do. The less you do, the less you can do.” “God has work for you to do that no one can do like you.” “You’re alive. God has work for you to do. Let that light a fire under you right now.” “God desires health for you. We are sowing seeds of our future selves today.” “When you take care of yourself for him, you better believe He’s going to bless your efforts.” Resources Kim’s Website: https://www.kimdolanleto.com/home Kim’s Book: https://www.kimdolanleto.com/fit Kim’s Podcast: https://www.kimdolanleto.com/strong-confident-his-podcast Kim’s Exercise Routines: https://www.kimdolanleto.com/shop Connect with Kim on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimdolanleto/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kimdolanleto Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kimdolanleto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/kimdleto Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. Connect with Misty on Social Media! – Website: www.mistyphillip.com – Instagram: www.instagram.com/mistyphillip – Facebook: www.facebook.com/mistyphillip – Twitter: www.twitter.com/mistyphillip
31 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Rebecca Dotson George: Hearing from God
On this episode of By His Grace, I interview my friend, Rebecca Dotson George, the host of the Do the Thing Movement Podcast. We talk about discerning the voice of God, running our races with perseverance, and the power of the Holy Spirit living within us. We also talk about Rebecca’s upcoming virtual summit, the Made For Mission virtual summit. I am so excited to be speaking at this event Key Takeaways “The more we’re in God’s word, the more we know His character.” “The same power that rose Jesus from the grave in living in you.” “Walking in the fruit of the spirit is contrary to the way of the world.” “We have no idea what is to come in 2021, but God knows.” “If we knew everything that God knows, we would choose this.” “It is the will of God that we have this attitude of prayer and communion with Him.” Resources Rebecca’s website: www.rebeccadotsongeorge.com Rebecca’s podcast: https://www.dothethingmovement.com Connect with Rebecca on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebeccadotsongeorge/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dothethingmovement Twitter: https://twitter.com/rebeccagwrites?s=21 Thank you for listening to the By His Grace podcast today. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Sharing is caring and we’d love for you to leave us a review. Connect with Misty on Social Media! Website: www.mistyphillip.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/mistyphillip Facebook: www.facebook.com/mistyphillip Twitter: www.twitter.com/mistyphillip
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