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Life Project Podcast
50 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
Justice, finding God as the word, and reading towards your destiny - Claudia Allen (#035)
Claudia Allen is a writer, speaker, and teacher for Justice, Claudia is passionate about activating the activist in all of us. Claudia has been passionate about the work of justice and equality for years, but believes she made her first mark during her senior year at Andrews University. In fulfillment of the change project requirements for the undergraduate leadership program, Claudia created and successfully implemented an African American Studies minor housed out of the Andrews University Department of History. This project made Claudia the first student to graduate from Andrews University with a minor in Leadership, and the first undergraduate student to successfully amend curriculum at the institution. After earning her BA in English and her minor in Leadership in 2013, Claudia went on to Georgetown University where she subsequently graduated with her Masters in English in 2015. Most recently, Claudia completed a certificate in Theology and Racialized Policing from Sojourners, Howard University School of Divinity, and the Christian Community Development Association in June of 2020.As a writer, Claudia has published articles on justice in religious and non-religious magazines and journals. They include but are not limited to: The Rational Online, Spectrum, Adventist Today, and Message Magazine. She has preached at churches and schools across the North American Division’s Adventist Regional Conferences since the age of 12, and was the keynote speaker for Andrews University's Social Consciousness Summit, various forums and conferences for Adventists for Social Justice, the Black Adventist Religious Scholars Conference, and she also served as the keynote speaker for the inaugural MLK celebration at Southwestern Michigan College.Whether through guest appearances on Hope Channel's Cross Connection, speaking, or writing, Claudia is dedicated to activating people to “do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.” Her favorite scripture is Philippians 2:13, “For it is God who is working in you both to will and to do His good pleasure.” Today she sits down with Billy to discuss her personal walk with God, some great book recommendations, and how people coming together and discussing hard topics are what give her hope. Enjoy!ResourcesA Rasin in the SunJames ConeA Black Theology of LiberationSisters in the WildernessThe Very Good GospelParadise
50 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
Disciple-making, suffering, and how well do you know the gospel? - Justin Evans (#034)
Justin Evans is a passionate disciple-maker that is NOT a paid minister. Working for AdventHealth in Florida Justin finds time in his busy schedule to make disciples and he gives us three great examples of how you can do it too! Justin joins Billy to discuss disciple-making, suffering, and how well do you really know, and live, the gospel! Enjoy!ResourcesEnduring Trails God's WayCost of DiscipleshipDiscipleship EssentialsRecovering RedemptionExplicit GospelMatt ChandlerGospel Shaped LifePulse CheckGet together as a family (whatever that may look like) and find time for margin to dedicate to disciple-making. However small it may be (Zechariah 4:10).Pray for God to reveal people to you that He wants you to be in a relationship with. When those names come up, write them down!Do you know the gospel? Do I know the gospel? I’m going to spend some time thinking about that one for a bit. Look for ways that the gospel has interrupted and transformed your life and start thinking about ways of sharing it with others.
51 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Flourishing through failure, a new look on boredom, and focusing on the process - Oddie Olazaran (#033)
Oddie Olazaran is a pastor from Texas who has a powerful story of leaving school for four years, only to go back and finish stronger than he thought possible. Today on the podcast he joins Billy to discuss flourishing through the process of failure, how boredom can be a good thing, and not looking at the finish line but focusing on becoming. Enjoy!ResourcesFight Hustle End Hurry podcastThe Ruthless Elimination of HurryTo Hell with HustleThe Defining DecadeMindsetOwn the MomentPulse CheckOddie mentioned his morning routine is broken down into the 4 S’s: 1. Silence, 2. Solitude, 3. Slowing Down, and 4. Scripture. Take some time every morning to have these four things before heading out for the day. Also, try to mix them into your day throughout the day.Oddie mentioned the book “Own the Moment”. Try to spend some time in moments, both good and bad, and cherish the time spent in these moments.Experience the people around us. COVID has forced a lot of us to isolate and be separate but focus on experiencing those that are closest to us. Lead with our ears by listening, and being present with them.
43 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Unlearning, hard teachings, and how to live a missional life - Anthony WagenerSmith (#032)
Anthony WagenerSmith is passionate about mission, church planting, and evangelism. He is an associate director at the North American Division Evangelism Institute. He teaches practical theology in the SDA Theological Seminary and runs multiple trainings in the North American field each year. He lives in Michigan with his wife Lianro, a school psychologist, and their two kids Levi and Sage. Today he joins Billy to discuss what living a missional life is all about, how to handle doubt with God, and practical ways to live a life on purpose. Enjoy!ResourcesPeter ScazzeroDavid BennerAlistair MacleanThe Twilight of Atheism What got you here, won't get you there? Pulse CheckAnthony said in his advice to first-time believers to look at their faith like a 3-legged stool. 1) Prayer and Bible Study, 2) Community, and 3) Mission. Where are you at on these three legs? Is one shorter than the other? If so, spend some time thinking about how you can make these three more level.Start the process of being in the 3 R’s: Daily Renewal, Weekly Rest, Quarterly Retreat. Be intentional about this time in your life.Anthony mentions the hard teachings that he took from his Bible study in the gospel of John. What are some hard teachings that God is trying to help you with? Is it something you must learn? If so, are there things you must unlearn first?
26 minutes | May 31, 2020
#EveryDayInMay, What's next for the Life Project Podcast, and the E.D.E.N. principle - Billy Hungate (031)
Billy reviews the #EveryDayInMay podcastathon, what lies ahead for the Life Project Podcast, and the Life Project ministry, and he reveals the E.D.E.N. (Ethos, Destination, Education/Exercise/Eat, and New Beginnings) principle. Enjoy!ResourcesSparkMarginMichael HyattPulse CheckComplete the E.D.E.N. Principle!
55 minutes | May 30, 2020
Shower praying, a "times two" conception of heaven, and taking the abstract to reality - Kenton Gonzalez (#030)
Kenton Gonzalez is a pastor in the Pacific Northwest who married out of his league (his words not mine)! A passionate reader, and someone who has always wanted to be a pastor from the beginning. Today Kenton joins Billy to discuss slowing down, shower praying, having a "times two" (2x) conception of heaven, the power of listening, and taking ideas from abstract to reality. He also uses big words like ubiquitous. Enjoy!ResourcesMarginDesire of AgesMere ChristianityThe Cross of ChristGileadPulse CheckRead through one book of the gospel story by story. Kenton mentions getting to know the artist by going through the album from the first song to the last song. Go through the book of John, story by story, and do the J.U.M.P. (episode #015) for each story. If you have a significant other, do it with them!Look back at your day. Kenton utilizes this from shower praying. He looks back at what he could have done better, how he could have brought God into more things with him. Life Journal does this as well.Create margin in your life (for more on margin check out episode #031. We need margin in our day, week, month, and year. Carve out some time for rest, on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis! There is a fantastic organization called Types and Symbols, and what they did was they took the Conflict of Ages series and updated it. Used a gorgeous design, based off the sanctuary as you will hear about in an episode recorded with Dr. Roy Gane, and built with superior quality. This book series is something you would be proud to display in your home, give as a gift, or be seen reading in public. Here is the exciting part. For the rest of May and all of June, you will be able to get 20% off of all types and symbols products! They have a lot more beyond the series itself. If you go to checkout on the website just enter LifeProject (all one word) into the discount code you will receive 20% off! How awesome is that?! Not only that but for our end of may podcast-athon we are also giving away an entire set of these books, your choice of the color. To enter the giveaway you’ll have to head over to our Instagram LifeProjectOnline, and from May 24-31 like the Life Project Instagram page, like the giveaway post itself, and tag as many people as you’d like (each tagged person will receive 1 entry into the giveaway). As always, make sure to subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen to it we are on all the major platforms, and please give us a review as others can find the podcast more easily, it also means a lot to us. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter at LifeProjectOnline.
43 minutes | May 29, 2020
Push-button Christian mentality, ambition, and rediscovering the basics - Prescott Khair (#029)
Prescott Khair is a pastor in Kentucky an avid triathlon enthusiast, and a space cowboy?! Today Prescott sits down with Billy to discuss the Psalms and how God-focused prayers should be, is ambition a good thing or a bad thing, and the power of rediscovering the basics. Enjoy!ResourcesThe Pursuit of GodYou Are What You LoveMartin Luther Commentary on RomansRescuing AmbitionReinhold NiebuhrAtomic HabitsPulse CheckGod-focused attitude. Read the Psalms and see how God-focused they are. Look at your prayers and see where they are focused. How can we shift our prayers from ourselves toward Him?Be creative in serving others during this strange time in our lives. Serving others will help whatever you are going through.Do you have a strong desire to do or achieve something for God? Be ambitious for God! Do whatever you can, but make sure of one thing. Bring God with you. “I would rather fail in God’s will than be successful outside of it!”
53 minutes | May 28, 2020
Trauma, the science of relationships, and sitting at the feet of Jesus - Lem Garcia (#028)
Lem Garcia is a pastor in California currently at the Seminary at Andrews University. He is engaged to be married, a thoughtful man, and passionate about being self-aware. Today he sits down with Billy to discuss trauma, the science of relationships, and how he has utilized his time at Andrews to reconnect on the Sabbath and what it could mean for you as well. Enjoy!ResourcesMomentary Marriage “Authentic”Who God Says You Are Paul Among the Ecologists In Christ in PaulSteps to ChristThe Way to Love - Anthony DemilloPulse CheckTrauma. It is an ugly word but one that is incredibly important in our lives. If you have had trauma, big T, or little t, in your life in order to love God with all your heart, soul, and mind you need to talk to someone about it. Or find someone you trust to talk about it. Don’t sweep it under the rug, but get some help and it will greatly benefit your life.Be in a relationship. Lem mentions that when we are in a relationship our relationship with God is good too. Don’t be like me and run away when things get bad with your friends, stick it out and you will see how that drastically helps in your relationship with God as well!Lem talked about his reinvigoration of the Sabbath and how he just wants to listen and be in the presence of God. It reminded me of a song by Cody Caries called “Nothing Else”, and the lyrics say, “I’m caught up in your presence, I just want to sit here at your feet. I’m caught up in this holy moment, I never want to leave. I’m not here for blessings, Jesus, you don’t owe me anything. More than anything that You can do. I just want you.” What would that look like to you, to just want Jesus? Not anything from Him, just Him.
60 minutes | May 27, 2020
"Altar Call", seeking God first, and the power of a testimony - Dr. Roy Gane (#027)
Dr. Roy Gane is a Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Languages in the Old Testament Department and Director of the Ph.D./Th.D. and M.Th. Programs at the Theological Seminary of Andrews University. He was born in Sydney, Australia, grew up mainly in Lincoln, Nebraska, and later moved to Angwin, California, where he graduated from Pacific Union College in 1977. Beginning in 1979, Gane studied Biblical Hebrew Language and Literature at the University of California, Berkeley, completing his M.A. in 1983 and Ph.D. in 1992. Today, Dr. Gane sits down with Billy to discuss his book Altar Call, seeking God first, the power of a testimony, and a story about Jesus & Mary that will blow your mind. Enjoy!ResourcesAltar CallThe Sanctuary & SalvationOld Testament Law for ChristiansEGW TestimoniesCult & CharacterPulse CheckDr. Gane says, seek the Kingdom of God first. Apply that to whatever that looks like for your day. Could be first thing in the morning, could be first thing when you believe your day starts. Whatever it is, seek God FIRST!Dr. Gane also mentions how the Christians risked their lives for those who were sick and Christianity exploded. I’m not saying go risk your life during this time but do something about what is going on. Help other people around you and glorify God in that moment. Be the person to do something about what is going on right now.Write down your testimony. You can make it short or long, but make it specific to you, and brag about God in your testimony. In fact, brag about God all the time.
65 minutes | May 26, 2020
Saying no to good things for great things, the power of helping others in need, and dreaming big - Stephen William Farr (#026)
Stephen Farr is a passionate evangelist who's continual reliance upon God gives a great example and great stories for how Jesus allows us to live an abundant life on this earth. Today, he and Billy discuss Stephen's powerful testimony, how to live life according to Mark 10:29 and Titus 1:2. They also discuss, how to say no to good things for great things, the power of helping others in need, and dreaming big. Enjoy!ResourcesStephen Farr's TestimonyPulse CheckFind someone who is worse off than you are and help them. Pray for them while you are with them and ask them if they need anything from you.Stephen mentions Mark 10:29 and how we will be given 100 times as much in this present age. Let Mark 10:29 be a guide in your life, see if there is something you are hanging on to and let it go to see Jesus bless you. If you have been blessed 100x then praise Him for a great life!Never settle! Titus 1:2, “God who cannot lie, promised us eternal life before time began.” Whatever you are doing, dream big, and never settle because God has promised you eternal life!
63 minutes | May 25, 2020
Seeing yourself authentically, the power of mentorship, & "endless knowability" - Michael Nixon (#025)
Michael Nixon is the VP of Diversity and Inclusion at Andrews University, a lawyer, and an all-around great guy! Michael talks with Billy about his day-to-day work life and Christian life look like. They discuss such topics as contemplative practices while walking in nature, the role of mentorship and how to pray for a mentor, and what "endless knowability" looks like in the Christian walk. Enjoy!ResourcesRev. Howard ThurmanMeditations from the HeartJesus & The DisinheritedDisunity in ChristCenter for Justice and RenewalPulse CheckTake some time and walk outside in nature (if you are in a city find a park) and utilize the contemplative practices and experience God in those moments of walking.Take some time, and say this prayer. God, reveal to me ways you would want me to change? Reveal to me what I am fighting you about? This is a prayer that will almost always get answered.Psalm 46:10 Be still and know. Michael asks this question and lets put it into practice, “How can God be exalted in the midst of your stillness?” Be still, and exalt God today.
50 minutes | May 24, 2020
Reading the Bible in a year, the power of the enneagram, & the secret of communication - Heather Thompson Day (#024)
Dr. Heather Thompson Day is an interdenominational speaker and contributor for Religion News Service, Newsweek, and the Barna Group. She is also an Associate Professor of Communication at Colorado Christian University. She is passionate about supporting women, and runs an online community called I'm That Wife which has over 100k followers. Today she talks with Billy about the power of the enneagram, how communication is actually about listening, reading through the Bible in a year, and how to power through Leviticus. Enjoy!ResourcesHeather's InstagramCircle MakerWords Change the BrainHow God Changes the BrainMind to MatterMultipliersWired for StoryPulse CheckTake some time and fill out the enneagram, and the APEST test. See how you see the world and see how God has gifted you. Once you have done this share it with your pastor, or friends, and see how you can utilize these gifts to share the message of the gospel.Read the Bible in an entire year. When you get to Leviticus realize that when you read 5 chapters a day you will get through it in one week. Heather says we can do anything for a week so power through!Create a resume of failures. Look them over, do a passthrough, and then what I want you to do is see how God has carried you through and the positives that He gave you from the failures. There is a fantastic organization called Types and Symbols, and what they did was they took the Conflict of Ages series and updated it. Used a gorgeous design, based off the sanctuary as you will hear about in an episode recorded with Dr. Roy Gane, and built with superior quality. This book series is something you would be proud to display in your home, give as a gift, or be seen reading in public. If you go to checkout on the website just enter LifeProject (all one word) into the discount code you will receive 20% off! How awesome is that?! Not only that but for our end of may podcast-athon we are also giving away an entire set of these books, your choice of the color. To enter the giveaway you’ll have to head over to our Instagram LifeProjectOnline, and from May 24-31 like the Life Project Instagram page, like the giveaway post itself, and tag as many people as
51 minutes | May 23, 2020
Pacing & praying, conversational journaling, and the importance of vision - Seth Bussey (#023)
Seth Bussey is a pastor in the Alberta Canada area, one of the co-creators of the original Life Project series, a family man, and one of the best men you will have the pleasure of meeting. Seth joins Billy to discuss his concept of pacing & praying, how conversational journaling, and how important vision is to live a life on purpose for God. Enjoy!ResourcesIn God's Underground (Christ in the communist prison)Steps to Personal RevivalForgotten GodVisioneeringNext-Gen LeaderPulse CheckLet’s pace and pray. Find some time to exercise by walking, get the blood flowing, and talk to God about your day. Your ups and downs, or whatever is in your mind.Start a conversational journal. Read a verse, paragraph, chapter, or book of the Bible and write to God about what the Holy Spirit is saying to you at this moment. (SWORD drill in Episode #006 with Sam Smith)Pick up a book on vision (Visioneering by Andy Stanley) and start to pray that God gives you a vision in your life to be a sharpened sword for Him! "Everybody ends up somewhere in life. A few people end up somewhere on purpose. Those are the ones with vision." ~Andy StanleyThere is a fantastic organization called Types and Symbols, and what they did was they took the Conflict of Ages series and updated it. Used a gorgeous design, based off the sanctuary as you will hear about in an episode recorded with Dr. Roy Gane, and built with superior quality. This book series is something you would be proud to display in your home, give as a gift, or be seen reading in public. Here is the exciting part. For the rest of May and all of June, you will be able to get 20% off of all types and symbols products! They have a lot more beyond the series itself. If you go to checkout on the website just enter LifeProject (all one word) into the discount code you will receive 20% off! How awesome is that?! Not only that but for our end of may podcast-athon we are also giving away an entire set of these books, your choice of the color. To enter the giveaway you’ll have to head over to our Instagram LifeProjectOnline, and from May 24-31 like the Life Project Instagram page, like the giveaway post itself, and tag as many people as you’d like (each tagged person will receive 1 entry into the giveaway). As always, make sure to subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen to it we are on all the major platforms, and please give us a review as others can find the podcast more easily, it also means a lot to us. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter at LifeProjectOnline.
59 minutes | May 22, 2020
Holistic restoration, the golden age of gaming, & killing your supers - Katelyn Campbell (#022)
Katelyn Campbell is a pastor in the Portland, Oregon area and is passionate about reaching others and sharing the gospel in new and unique ways. Her passion for board games has helped her start A'Campbell Consultants which helps others find Jesus through the unique aspect of board games! Katelyn and Billy discuss her dual degrees and her passion for teaching others about holistic restoration, the golden age of gaming, and what it means to kill your super. Enjoy!ResourcesCircle MakerFaith CoreMere ChristianityThe Lion, The Witch, & The WardrobeVelvet ElvisPurpose Driven LifeBlue Like Jazz (Donald Miller)A Million Miles in a Thousand YearsTalking to Strangers (Malcolm Gladwell)Pulse CheckPlay some games. More specifically play Faith Core! I am committing to doing this with you. Right now if you can’t play them in person there are a lot of creative ways to play games with people. Put the phones away and spend some time in creativity with others.Look for God’s fingerprints around you. God molded everything in creation and each one of us, so let's spend a little bit of time looking for His fingerprints around us. Where is He in our lives and in the lives of others?Lets batch with God. Let’s take some time when we are doing something without thinking like walking our dogs, doing the dishes, and bring God into it and talk to Him about your day, your worries, whatever it may be. Hopefully, this will become a fruitful habit for you.
56 minutes | May 21, 2020
The Ragman, the power of small groups, & getting out of your comfort zone - Ben Curet (#021)
Ben Curet is a pastor in the Florida area currently attending the Seminary at Andrews University. He has a powerful story of running from God and how small groups and getting out of his comfort zone completely changed his life! He joins Billy to discuss the power of small groups, the ragman story and listening to God in silence. Enjoy!ResourcesWild at HeartThe Ragman StoryPulse CheckGet in a small group. If you don’t have one, start one! Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, do whatever you can to enter into a small group with people. Get out of isolation!Listen to the Rag Man story that Ben shared. What are the rags that you can offer to those in need? We are all blessed to bless others, what can you use to help “clean someone up”?Be in silence. Set a timer for 2 minutes today, and during that 2 minutes stay completely silent. Get away from our distracted lives and be still with God. See what He says to you!
58 minutes | May 20, 2020
Science & faith, giving your best time to God, and Going to church to bless others - Dr. Rahel Wells (#020)
Dr. Rahel Wells, associate professor of Biblical Studies, is passionate about God’s word and God’s world. She has completed graduate degrees in religion and biology, and a Ph.D. at Wheaton College. It is Rahel’s great honor and joy to inspire her students to discover the beauty and depth of biblical truth for themselves. Today Rahel and Billy discuss the tension between science and faith, devotional books providing powerful impact, focusing on our response to others, and what is the reason we should be going to church. Enjoy!ReferencesConflict of Ages (Conflict Beautiful series = 20% off when entering "LifeProject" at checkout)Where is God When It HurtsLanguage of Letting Go1000 GiftsPulse Check Go out at night, look up at the stars and gaze in wonder, and how big and powerful your creator God really is. If you can’t see the stars take a little drive outside of the city to get a good look at how many stars there really are.Take some time for a few nights this week and do some sort of worship with your family. If you are separated from your family right now FaceTime them and read a bible story and do the J.U.M.P. exercise from episode #015 with Randy FolkenbergWrite down a prayer list. Write it down, keep track of it, and do a passthrough (like mentioned in Episode #007 with Bill Wells) to see how God has shown up in your life and the lives of others and praise Him for answering those prayers.
55 minutes | May 19, 2020
Loving people, Where's God, and setting the tone for your day - Michael Gibson (#019)
Michael Gibson is a pastor in Texas and co-hosts the podcast "Where's God?" Michael joins Billy to discuss Where is God amidst all the pain and hurt in this life, how much of a pleasure he gets from loving on people, reading the Bible chronologically in a year, and how to properly set the tone for you day in the morning. Enjoy!ResourcesShare HimThe War for KindnessFaith for ExilesElevate (Instagram)Problem of PainThe Common RuleJohn Peckham booksDay by Day - CSB Chronological BiblePulse CheckTry praying or reading your Bible BEFORE you look at your phone. Make it easy on yourself and keep your Bible right next to your bed and your phone at the other end of your house. If your phone is your Bible, go get a Bible or buy one!The next time you are talking to someone try to do as James 1 says and “lead with your ears.” That means listen first. The next conversation you have make sure you listen first before you speak and see if that changes the conversation.Go looking for God in places where you haven’t seen Him. Michael and Jonny’s new podcast talks about Where is God? So look for him in places where you may not have seen him. Also, go check out their podcast!
47 minutes | May 18, 2020
How creativity flourishes in routine, the 80/20 principle applied to the Christian life, and the importance of values in your life - Dr. Ante Jeroncic (#018)
Dr. Ante Jeroncic is a Professor of Ethics and Theology Chair, Department of Theology & Christian Philosophy. He joins Billy to discuss his upbringing in an environment that is not suited for Christian life and how God brought him through those times. He also discusses a core theme of Life Project and that is John 10:10, how to live life abundantly, and why the Seventh-day Adventist message is well suited to fulfill this promise. Also discussed are topics such as creativity flourishing through routine, gratitude journaling, and how values for your life can focus and change your priorities. This power packed hour will give you plenty to chew on and work on. Enjoy!ResourcesMind, Character, PersonalityThe Cost of DiscipleshipCS Lewis : The Great DivorceDeep WorkDigital MinimalismJames K.A. SmithEvernote (note taking software for maximum efficiency)Pulse CheckDr. Jeroncic mentions that through routine creativity can flourish. Look at your devotional life and if it seems like you are just flying by the seat of your pants try to find one bit of routine in your life.Wake up in the morning and journal for 5 minutes focusing on gratitude. Take an evening after the day has wound down, and think about your values as a person. List 5-10 values that you want to have in your life, then spend the next week looking at those values every morning and make choices and put prioritization on only the things that you have created values for. See how your life is different and more focused!
50 minutes | May 17, 2020
"Here I am", the transformational power of relationship, and owning your own faith - Natalie Dorland (#017)
Natalie Dorland is a pastor in Washington and currently at the seminary at Andrews University. In episode #017 Natalie talks with Billy about her 365 day devotional and how it actually helped her through a tough time in her life. They also discuss how being kind and in relationship with people will actually be the most powerful thing you can do, and owning your own faith. Enjoy!ResourcesHere I am devotionalYou'll Get Through ThisSon of HammasBlood BrothersHow to Lead When You're Not In ChargePulse CheckThink about someone who may be in a place where you think they shouldn’t be and just be their friend. Spend some time in prayer asking the Holy Spirit to convict yourself and the other person to have a closer walk with God, and JUST BE THEIR FRIEND!Try having a dynamic prayer life. Be a prayer warrior by trying to communicate with God more throughout your day. Use the James Clear rule of 1% better every day.Go back to basics. For those of you who are struggling with reading the Bible or praying, just go back to basics and spend some time with God like you used to.
43 minutes | May 16, 2020
Bringing God with you, "Secrets of the Secret Place", and an example of substitution - Jeffrey Harper (#016)
Jeffrey Harper is a pastor in California who has a beautiful family! He is passionate about Jesus and had a great family upbringing. He joins Billy to talk about lessons his dad taught him, taking God with you and having channels of your heart being open, and the struggle of a devotional life with a full family and a busy life. Enjoy!ResourcesSecrets of the Secret PlaceEllen G. WhiteA Living SacrificeNext Generation LeadersPulse CheckBring God into everything with you. Be like Jeffrey’s friend Andrea who would say “we went…”. From the book Secrets of the Secret place (first, pick it up) find some time to shut the door behind you (Matthew 6:6) and God is with you. Spend some time in silence in your “secret place”.Be there for other people! Find one person today that you can bless. Pick one thing you can do for that person, and try to find a way to glorify God in whatever you are doing for them.
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