This month, Denise has been discussing renewing our mindset and we are continuing our discussion on finding hope with author Heather M. Dixon, author of “Renewed: Finding Hope When You Don’t Like Your Story.” Join us for part two as we discuss the truth that hope is not dependent on anyone else than our faithful, trustworthy God.
Episode #80 – Authors Denise Pass and Angela Donadio continue to discuss why the top ten reasons why shame matters and why we need to deal with it.
This week to continue the discussion of renewing our mindset, we will turn our attention to a part of mind renewal—finding hope. With me to help do that is my friend Heather M. Dixon, author of the book “Renewed: Finding Hope When You Don’t Like Your Story.” Listen in as she encourages us that when we are in Christ, there is hope in every circumstance.
Episode #79 – Shame affects how we live this life, often in dramatic ways. So often people remain in their shame by trying to cover it, deny it or make excuses for it. We have to be willing to examine shame instead of being put off or condemned by it.
Our poor minds are being inundated with information at a rate that is faster than we can handle. And this fast-paced world keeps us occupied so much that we don’t take the time to consider how our mind is doing. But we don’t have to stay stuck in attitudes or moods. Recognizing and renewing our mindset is possible!
This week we are continuing our discussion of decluttering our souls. What it is that keeps your heart and mind cluttered? Listen in as Denise interviews Carla Gasser as they identify how to declutter our souls from the world’s influences and walk in the Spirit.
While the world tells us to look out for ourselves and to find pleasure to be fulfilled, the Bible gives us a different perspective. Listen in as Denise Pass and Micah Maddox discuss how we can best take care of ourselves while walking with God. Loving yourself well is not a selfish expression of meeting your physical needs.
We declutter our homes, our closets, and our lives, but what about our souls? Listen in as Denise interviews Carla Gasser on how to declutter our souls from the world’s influences and walk in the Spirit.
Episode #2 – The only way to know love is to know God. Join Denise Pass and Micah Maddox as they talk about how to know God more and therefore love others more, as well.
This month we are talking about how to deal with our messy, imperfect lives. Last week we looked at how liberating it can be to admit our weaknesses. Listen in to today’s episode where we are talking about ceasing striving.
Throwback episode in celebration of the release of Shame Off You! Shame is a head game, and we often do it to ourselves. If we need approval from everyone, we will have it from none. Listen in as Denise and Angela continue sharing why shame matters.
Will we let ourselves examine our own messiness long enough to be able to ask God for help? This month we are going to be talking about how to deal with our messy, imperfect lives. Listen in to today’s episode where we learn that we tidy our messes by admitting our needs.
Shame matters because it stifles our existence and keeps us in bondage. It tries to define us and accuses our souls. We would not have shame if we did not have an audience. But we can be set free. Listen in as Denise and Angela discuss why shame matters and how we can defuse it in Jesus’ name.
We have looked at how we lost perspective, what the past did to shape our perspective, what is affecting our perspective in the present, what being in Christ should do to our perspective, and now finally what is God’s perspective for us and this world? And how do we pursue His perspective instead of getting trapped in the world’s perspectives? Listen in as Denise explores God’s perspective versus man’s.
Episode #129 – Denise and intern team member Tabatha sum up the month’s podcasts regarding racism. They discuss aspects of our culture that lead to prejudiced attitudes and promote racism.
This is where the abundant life is found—when we have the mind of Christ. Listen in as Denise talks about how who we are in Christ impacts our perspective.
Episode #1 – Join us as authors Denise Pass and Micah Maddox kick off their podcast with a topic close to the heart of God, exploring what the Bible says about true love and defining it from a biblical worldview. Uncover the truth of what love looks like in the church, and how we can discover God’s love in the quiet of our own hearts.
All month long we are trying to realign our perspective to God’s. First, we had to recognize the shift that has happened in our perspective and to do so, we are looking to God’s word, to our past and now this week to our present. We can grow accustomed to our status quo so much so that we do not question our perspective or modus operandi. Listen in as Denise shares how to shift our present perspective to be more like Christ’s.
Episode #108 – To find a good friend, we have to be one. Friendship goals are about so much more than us. When we understand the value that God places on relationships, we see the purposes in friendships are all about Kingdom work. And when we invest selflessly, God provides dear friends in our lives. Listen in as Radio Show host, Author, speaker and Bible teacher Kim Wier shares from her new book, “The Art of Friendship.”
The breaching of the capital perhaps can waken us up for the need to not just believe the perspective we are hearing from either camp. So how do we find truth? How do we regain our perspective when we have let our perspective be tainted in a fallen world? By looking to the past. The past can be a tutor if we are willing to listen.
Episode #107 – Practicing the presence of God has to do with focusing on God in all of life. Being attentive to His presence which impacts how we live. And we are then changed in His presence. God is always present, whether we are aware of it or not. Practicing the presence of God takes practice. But practice makes perfect. Listen in as Denise shares how to practice the presence of God!
Summary: God is inviting us to believe in Him when things seem impossible. We can choose to trust in ourselves or others or in outcomes, or in God. But when the rubber meets the road, our belief in God and his promises will determine whether or not we…
Being famous isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Just ask the starlets of our day. But still we can want to seek after fame. Perhaps it comes from a place of just wanting acceptance when the sting of rejection is so memorable.
Our perspective affects our lives profoundly. One of the tactics of the enemy is to cause us to lose perspective. Confused and disillusioned, we try to find the meaning of this life. To find perspective we need to relinquish our own and ask for God’s. Listen in as Denise shares how we can lose the world’s perspective and gain God’s.