The things we value will shape our future, therefore we must reflect on our priorities to ensure that we are on the right path. In this episode, Pastor Rod Young challenges us not to overlook the valuable things in our Christian walk and to be cautious of the fake imitations the world provide.
God has called you to accomplish great things, and we must remember to declare His purpose for our lives daily. In this episode pastor Rod Young encourages us to live out our purpose and to dodge any distractions that may come our way.
If you can remember a time of being more on fire for God than you are now, then it's time to realign yourself and your priorities with Him. In this episode pastor Rod Young challenges us to steer clear of "Casual Christianity" and to dive into a passionate relationship with Christ.
God wants to be in your schedule, but we often do not put Him in our priorities. Our priorities reveals how we truly live our lives. Actions speak louder than words, so the same goes for what is in your schedule in your day-to-day life. In this episode, Pastor Rod Young leads us into the book of Haggai to showcase what God wants to do in our schedules and in our lives.
It's never too late to take on something new, but when the realities of life set in and the expectations don't meet up, we tend to just give up. In this episode Diana Pena encourages us not to lose hope when we face hardships but rather to embrace Jesus and allow him to show you how to live in a new way everyday.
As time goes on it can be so easy to fall into a "slump", letting yourself become dull to the things around you. Don't let a mundane and predictable life hold you back from experiencing life as God intended. In this episode Pastor Rod Young challenges us to gain back our passion and spark for living the life God created us for.
When stress, hurts, and confrontations come we tend to look for an escape. Sometimes it's shopping sprees, binge-watching tv shows, even isolation. But pastor Rod Young challenges us to stay away from the temporary pacifiers and to run to the only One who can truly satisfy.