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.
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.
Are you stuck in the middle of something? A frustrating job, lifeless marriage, or a hard season of life? Babbie and Peggy bring tips and encouragement that God is just as involved in the middle of something as he is in the beginning and the end.
Where does hope come in our suffering? Sometimes, in the middle of running the race, the suffering seems to difficult. Dr. Peggy and Babbie discuss what God’s word says about the hope that comes from persevering in times of suffering as we build character that is dependent on God.
There is always something that tries to steal our hope, but the Lord’s love never fails. When we put our trust in Him and His word, our hope rises.
Without hope, we want to give up. Peggy and Babbie continue their discussion on the hope that comes from waiting on the Lord as He gives us the courage and strength to remain confident that we will see His goodness.
How do we find hope in the waiting? Today, Peggy and Babbie discuss how we find hope for what is to come through watching the power and character of God as we wait upon Him.
Sometimes, we are afraid to share a word of hope with others. However, when we find the courage to do so, not only do we encourage that person, but we ourselves are encouraged. Peggy and Babbie discuss the importance and value in surrounding oneself in a community of people who remind us that God is a God of hope.
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.
Children don’t have any pretenses in a conversation. They are wholeheartedly dependent on others and are trusting. Babbie Mason and Dr. Peggy Banks talk about how God invites us to approach him like children and what that says about God’s character. "
Dig into Luke 18:9-14 - Jesus’ parable about the prayers of the Pharisee and the tax collector. Babbie Mason, Dr. Janet Blakely, and Dr. Peggy Banks get real about confronting your internal “Pharisee” and approaching God with humility.
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.
Have you ever had a moment that completely changed you? Babbie opens up about her growing up in the church and a special experience that opened her eyes to how much God loves her.