Episode #115 – Sheila Walsh is a bestselling author who’s sold almost six million books. She served as the co-host of a national television program and a core speaker on the wildly popular Women of Faith touring event with millions attending. In her new book, Holding On When You Want to Let Go, Sheila talks openly about how the global pandemic magnified and exacerbated her struggles, and how she continues to hold on to hope each day.
Often when the enemy is losing ground he will revert to his “same ole tricks” that create chaos, confusion, and criticism.
Open doors behind you are the very things which, the enemy of your soul, is always attempting to remind you of!
On the brink of a destiny moment, you will find two kinds of people. Believers and rebels. Which one determines your territory.
We are comforted by people who know how we feel and what we’re going through.
Episode #23 – In this episode, Dawson Trotman, founder of the Navigators, explains how to reproduce ourselves as disciples into the lives of others.
When we rely on the “alive and active” Word, the Spirit leads us toward Christ’s truth.
Being a slave to Christ doesn’t mean Christ needs our “labor.”
In this episode, Erin Olson recounts a recent experience where she had to ask herself this question, “Are you ready to die?” Death is inevitable, and it is all around us. We can’t avoid it, but we must address it.
I am rejuvenating you, and I am bringing you into a time where you will see the tide begin to turn.
Episode #15 – Jeffery McCall, formerly transgender, leads the Freedom March each year. The Freedom March is an opportunity for former LGBTQ individuals to publicly declare their stories of Godly transformation and march across the city where the events are held! In Part Two of this interview, Jeffrey talks about what causes REAL transformation in Christ.
Come along with Dr. Paula in discovering what our Father God has to say about what we are to do when we are in need of healing. Having experienced multiple health battles, brutal surgeries, and long periods of recovery, Dr. Paula shares how her dependence on God carried her through those times.
There’s a secret for growth unearthed in the absolutely paradoxical step of sharing our weakness, our guilt, our shame.
Not only does the Closet Outfit Planner save you time and money, but it also ensures that your closet is filled with pieces you love and feel great in no matter the occasion. In today’s video, I show you just how great this outfit planner is!
Fear and worry are the enemy’s tactics to weaken and defeat us and right now.
It often hurts to give grace to difficult people but giving unlimited grace is part of the calling of a believer in Jesus Christ.
God has determined that His glory can no longer be hindered and His truth no longer denied.
Disowned by his Mafia Father for being a Christian, Pete Giacalone learned to see God as his father, and eventually, his relationship was restored. Listen as Pastor Pete explains how the key of forgiveness unlocked true freedom and actually saved his life!
Start wielding the prophetic promises God has given you like a sword in this season and watch them be fulfilled!
In this brief episode, Dr. Paula talks about Thanksgiving 2021 and all that we have to be thankful for, as we work toward a “new normal.” Stopping to reflect on the blessings we have, no matter how small, lifts the spirit and keeps our focus on the positive aspects of our lives.
History has taught us there are seasons in which some gifts take priority on the larger, global stage.
past to power podcast Amy Elaine Martinez Episode #126 Amy Elaine Martinez and Latan Roland Murphy are excited to announce a NEW SHOW NAME and LOOK. As we have interviewed people over the past 3 years, we found a common thread; your past is power in the hands of an Almighty God. He restores us, […]
past to power podcast Amy Elaine Martinez Episode #128 On this weekend’s Past to Power Podcast(formerly Real Victory Radio), we’re sharing with you how to come outstanding when you get caught up in playing “The Shame Game!” Everybody’s been there, but sometimes our past knocks the wind out of us and we get all tripped […]