Jesus prayed for us the night He was betrayed and He continues to pray for us as He sits on the throne next to the Father. And He constantly prays for us to experience perfect unity. In this conversation, Heather and Diana explore the reasons why unity with one another is linked to experiencing God’s glory and love, to deepening our intimacy with God, and to strengthening our ability to convince the world that Jesus is truly Lord of all.
…YOU WILL KNOW THE TRUTH AND THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE.
Do you want to be a slave or do you want to be free? In this conversation, Heather and Diana discuss how Jesus, the one who paid the high price for our freedom with His blood, is very clear about how we can fully step into our lives of liberty. Listen in as they unpack a familiar (but always powerful) passage from John 8.
KNOWING THAT THE FATHER HAD GIVEN ALL THINGS INTO HIS HANDS…
To celebrate this 4th of July, let’s look to the One who has died for our freedom – JESUS! In this conservation, Heather and Diana spend time reflecting and discovering one of the unexpected ways Jesus used His divine power. Can we follow His lead and use the power of our renewed lives to humble ourselves, kneel, and wash another’s feet?
This week’s conversation is a celebration of who Jesus is: the one on whom we have the privilege of focusing our eyes. Heather and Diana discuss the encounter between Jesus and the woman at the well in the book of John and hone in on one particular phrase that the Holy Spirit has recently highlighted in both their hearts. Join them as they discuss “the gift of God.”
This week’s conversation highlights a moment when Jesus decisively and boldly states His purpose. Jesus always walked and talked out of the purpose and mission the Father gave Him; we look to Him to understand our purpose and to learn how to live it out. Heather and Diana discuss how knowing our purpose and knowing our identity in Christ will greatly impact how we respond and interact with others, to the glory of God.
This week, Heather and Diana continue in John 18 to find nuggets of wisdom and insight regarding how Jesus handled hard questions and accusations. They discuss how Jesus lived a life of consistency: how His words and actions throughout His ministry matched His character and His calling. If we were to ask others about our reputation, would our lives be marked by a similar consistency that honors God?
Continuing this conversation about how we can look to Jesus – watching and learning how He walks and talks and then applying those habits and lessons to our own lives – Heather and Diana dive into John 18 and look at one particular sentence that can often go overlooked, but speaks volumes about our Lord’s consistency and His priorities.
***And here is the link to the comedy video mentioned in last week’s podcast. Check it out for a good laugh 🙂