Strengthen your identity in Christ by reflecting on who God says you are. Babbie Mason and Peggy Banks discuss what it means to be a daughter of the Most High King by standing firm in what you believe about God’s purpose for you and your future.
How to make every day a fresh start. Peggy and Babbie share how to renew your mind by meditating on Scriptural declarations.
Babbie recounts how her gift of playing the piano came through a strict German piano teacher and hours and hours of practice, and how that taught her how to walk with Jesus. Peggy and Babbie chat about faith and letting go of your past and living into the future that God has for you.
Babbie Mason and Dr. Peggy Banks chat about the voices that undermine God’s voice in our life, and the power of focusing on what we know to be true. Babbie shares a practical exercise to help build your faith and sings a few lines from one of her songs.
Babbie recounts what inspired her to write the song "Hope Has a Name" and her journey into making her faith her own. Peggy shares about how to live a hopeful life that blesses others through listening to the Holy Spirit.
Babbie reminisces about her father's pastoral legacy to "march forth" to follow God. Peggy shares what it means to "slack up" and encourage each other not to give up.
Following Jesus with your whole heart does not have to be a trite cliché that you sing about in church. Peggy shares a story about her struggle to exemplify a life of “desperate dependence on Jesus,” and Babbie challenges us to set our minds to move forward in our journey with God.
How do you press through on a day you wanna give up? Do it in Jesus’ strength. Peggy and Babbie discuss defeat, victory, and the power in deciding to walk every day with Jesus.
We often talk about confessing our sins to God but not declaring God’s truth over our lives. Babbie and Peggy chat about the power of reminding ourselves aloud who God is and who we are. They also share practical exercises to make declaration a daily habit.
What you say about yourself can profoundly effect the way you live your life, and negative self-talk like, “I’m ugly” or “I can’t do this,” damage the way you treat yourself and others. However, positive self-talk does not have all the answers either. In this episode, Babbie and Peggy share how proclaiming the what God says about us gives us an anchor to tie our identity to.
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.
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.
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.
Babbie and Peggy continue their conversation on waiting on God in this throwback episode. They talk about leadership and how God uses those waiting times to give us time to practice our gifts.
Today we get back to basics. Peggy shares how the podcast came to be, and Babbie shares how God inspired her to write her book, I Am the Daughter of the Most High King.