Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark Jobe talks about downsizing the amount of emotional clutter you have in your life. Without removing this clutter, your relationship with God cannot grow. Mark gives this reminder to not get spiritually stuck.
Thanksgiving has passed and the Christmas season is upon us. There are many who may not experience the joy this season is suppose to bring. Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark talks about thinking of others, especially now during the upcoming holiday season. Your words or kindness could save someone's life.
Over 40 million American adults have some type of anxiety disorder and 7% of children aged 3 to 17 experience anxiety as well each year. Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark talks about how to get out of the trap of anxiety and how God wants you to live by faith, not by fear.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark talks about prayer over your finances and how God is sovereign over every area of your life. When we realize and learn that God truly provides, we can then live with a giving mentality to help others.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark Jobe draws from 1 Kings chapter 17, the story of Elijah and the widow from Zarephath. This is a story of faith and Pastor Mark wants us to have the kind of faith that the woman had by aligning with God's priorities and ways, and not our own.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark shares a little story about faith. Having the kind of faith that is needed in the story is often the kind of faith we need in our daily lives. Take a listen and start priming the pump of your faith today.
Are you in a relationship that is not going well and you often find your heart broken? Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark gives Biblical advice and encouragement for you on how your faith can lead you to a relationship where you will be equally yoked and have God's blessing.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark reminds those who are married and those who have children to bless them. No matter what you are going through, sometimes the way to start making a change is by blessing those in your life instead of cursing them, even when they are not being a blessing to you.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark teaches that we can bless what we have by appreciating whatever God has given us. Luke 16:10 says, "One who is faithful in a very little is also faithful in much, and one who is dishonest in a very little is also dishonest in much." Be grateful for whatever you have, that God may bless with more.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Marks talks about how we curse what we have sometimes because we don't appreciate what we have. Whatever God blesses us with, we should thank Him for it and treat it as though it is the greatest thing.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark Jobe talks about how you can be used by God. You can used by God when you shun the things that are not of God and draw closer to the things that do. This may mean not going to some of the places you used to go to or not hanging around people who want to do the things you have stopped doing because it does not line up with God.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark talks about the problems with doing things you shouldn't do or going places you need to stop going. Listen as Mark shares a very simple solution to fix the problem.
Going to church is about a relationship with God and not about a religious show. Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark tells you what the purpose of going to church is and what it's all about for himself as a pastor and the congregation.
Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark encourages you to accept your call from God to be the one to minister in your community and to your family. Wherever you are is your mission field. This can be your neighborhood or your own home, and God may have placed you there to be the one to make a difference.
We oftentimes blame God for our circumstances or for not changing our circumstances when He has already given us the power to change it. Today on Bold Steps Minute, Pastor Mark talks about the power that you have to make a change and how to tap into that power.