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.
How can we still have hope even when the worst happens? God ALWAYS has a plan to give us hope and a future. Peggy and Babbie share how to find and cling to that hope by seeking and praying to God who promises to listen.
When hard times come, we hope for a better future. For Christians, hope is more than a sentimental word in a greeting card. Hope is a practice rooted in understanding God and His plans. Join Peggy and Babbie as they discuss what it means to guard our hearts and cultivate a hopeful Christian life.
What does it mean to grow in hope? Peggy and Babbie unpack how Jesus is hope personified and how maturing in our knowledge of Jesus equips us to live full of hope, love, and faith.
How often do we get caught up in thinking success is what we don’t have? A particular job, kids, or marriage? Cut through the noise and learn from Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason what success looks like in God’s eyes.
What happens when you have to let go of what you thought God wanted you to do? Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason discuss transition and identity in the Christian life.
Babbie and Peggy dive into Philippians and talk about “pressing on” to have God transforming our lives to reflect Him.
The comparison trap is so real. In this throwback episode Dr. Peggy Banks and Babbie Mason discuss the myths about God’s love and how we are all equal before the foot of the Cross.
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.
Patience may be a fruit of the Spirit, but it usually isn’t something that we get excited about. In this favorite episode from the past Peggy and Babbie discuss how there is a purpose to waiting on God.
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.
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 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.