The conversations in our culture encourage us to challenge God's Goodness, but not today, Satan. We've chosen to challenge the culture, instead of challenging Christ because goodness is inherent to His character. Today, literary agent, author, and speaker Dr. Quantrilla Ard is joining me and I couldn't be more thankful for her insight.
Have you ever thought about what impatience really does to our hearts? I know, neither have I-until recently. It turns out, it's tragic, and I'm not exaggerating. Thankfully, Tonya Green, the founder of Convos With My Sister, has joined us to share some of her insight!
Our world is dying for peace. It is literally dying for peace, and I don't say that lightly. Nor do I make light of it. It's the very reason we have to address because we've begun to get piece confused with ease, financial stability, or popularity. Today, my guests are joining us from Haiti to talk about how they have been positioned to be peacemakers in the midst of some of the most adverse circumstances we might ever hear.
We have a picture that joy is spontaneous, erratic, and an emotion that moves us, but the truth is: we can choose joy. We can choose to rise above those struggles we go through regularly and we can choose joy on the hardest of days, but we understand that it’s not easy. Jamila Jackson, the Chief Encouragement Officer of Loved and Blessed, is joining me and I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this conversation.
Today, we are talking about another part of the Fruit of the Spirit, and it’s one we all love because it is love. What would happen if people recognized that we were under the influence of God’s love…of Holy Spirit? How would it encourage them to act in your presence? Would it make them to want to know your God better? The Bible tells us that we are the only letter of recommendation that some people will ever read. What would our letters of recommendation say? Today, Adrianna Sanders joins me to discuss love.