Who has God called you to be? Seek out the Lord and find out what’s in you. Don’t ever apologize for your uniqueness. Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason discuss how God has something for each of us. He loves his children and wants the best for us.
God sees potential in you even though you may not see it in yourself. God gave David the skill to play the harp; he has qualified you to serve him and make him look good. Babbie and Peggy challenge you to find and maximize your God-given potential.
If Jesus prayed to his Heavenly Father, then how much more important is it for us to pray. In John 17 we can peek into the heart of Jesus as he prays for us. Babbie and Peggy continue their discussion as Jesus closes this intimate prayer.
Have you discovered that you were given to Jesus for a purpose? You have a unique assignment given by God that only you can do! Babbie Mason and Dr. Peggy Banks continue to look at the prayer of Jesus in John 17. It’s a picture of his tender love for us.
Have you ever expected a gift to be something else than it really was? Do you know that Jesus has a gift, a unique plan, for each of us? Open that gift, dig deep and seek out the talents and skills that He has given you. Find that unique gift He has for you.
Why did King David ask God to create a new heart in him? Like David, we need to allow God to work in our hearts, too. Babbie Mason and Dr. Peggy Banks look at Psalm 51 and consider how repentance and confession restore a right relationship with God.
Anxiety often knocks at the door of our hearts. We can either answer with worry, or knock at our heavenly Father’s door to ask for help. Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason practice applying God’s word to an anxious heart.
There’s no wonder Jesus addressed his disciples with the words, “Do not fear.” The good news is Jesus doesn’t ask you to go through the storms of life alone. He might, however, ask you to take a risk. Join Peggy and Babbie as they discuss what it looks like to trust in times of uncertainty.
Have you ever gotten some bad news? What was your response? This week Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason continue the conversation on prayer by taking a look at a powerful story in the Old Testament about a king who resolved to seek the Lord in humility and intimacy.
Why does Jesus so often respond with a question? Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason discuss Jesus’ tactic in engaging with others. Dr. Janet Blakely joins the conversation, and they chat about how important it is to dig into our motivations behind our prayer requests.