In this episode, the question is posed as how to get out of a rut at work (or any arena) when motivation and purpose starts to fade away. We discuss the aspects of the boringness of discipline and the energy of chaos, considering the proper perspective of each. This leads us into the why we are engaged in the arena that appears to be a rut to begin with. Luke 12:22-34 (Seek first the Kingdom of God...), takes center stage in the conversation and what it really means in everyday life where the rubber meets the road. How can this principle break the rut and infuse life into our daily activities.
Join us for this and more in this podcast.
This episode was done with a live audience with Jayson, Tommy and Bryan. They discuss the power of peer pressure both the good and bad effects, or if there is any good at all in it.
They also go into the need for internal pressure or personal ownership as the ultimate force to function in the world around us. This includes the need to what your heart is connected to is where your source of power resides.
This message shows what is on the inside of us in the midst of external pressure. How it works to our advantage and that pressure will be against you because of who you are in Christ. No matter what you face God's favor and approval of year is more internally powerful than what the world around you. "Greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world."
What would happen to your world if it was realized you were blind the whole time? What if your expectations of answers to problems was based in what you were familiar with and reality? What turned things for Job?
This message reveals what life is like for a blind man to finally see.
In this discussion (Tommy, Caleb, Jayson and Bryan) take on the realities of comparison, competition and other motivations in improving who we are. We explore the possible benefits, destructive nature of comparison. Stories and applications are shared in the navigation of living the realities of obtaining the prize. More importantly whom we receive the prize.
If disappointment and discouragement has been a part of your journey you may find great benefit form this podcast.
In this episode, the discussion takes on the application of dreams and goals in our current world. What happens when the world around you so has changed your dream or goal is no longer relevant? We explore where our dreams originate and how does it connect to the occupations we find ourselves involved.
We also explore a more important question: How do our dreams and identity tie together?
This and more in this episodes discussion.
In this episode, we discuss the idea of being IN, but not OF. It all begins with who you are to the world around you, rather than what you can extract from it. It is at the heart of conformity. When we conform to what we are not OF we lose our identity, convictions and the eternal individual.
Join us as we explore the realities of this concept in our everyday world.
In this episode, the crew discusses how frustration disempowers us and leads to inferior decisions. How do we make wise, powerful, decisions in the midst of a frustrating world. We also view the enemies tactics to deliberately derail our rhythm and to provoke rash emotional decisions. Emotions are critical, but they should follow our decisions.
Join us in this episode of breaking the power of frustration.
In this episode, (Jayson, Tommy and Bryan) explore what happens when we know, a vast difference from the limits of knowing about. In knowing an idea or person, we take on a fruitful action or relationship because it has become a part of our DNA.
We visit several tangible examples, as well as, how this idea impacts our reality of God as a Father.
Join us in exploring the power of knowing.
In this episode, the crew (Jayson, Caleb, Tommy and Bryan) discuss the humanity stripping elements of dependence on knowledge and information. We explore how the critical need of relationships and understanding have been pushed aside. How has this affected our identity, perception of the world around us and more importantly the critical relationship God wanted with us.
So how do you know, without all the knowledge? We explore this and other examples of how this is affecting our every day life.