As Christians, we’ve been given the ministry of reconciliation. We’ve been reconciled to God, so therefore we can be reconciled to one another. Healing racial divides is what Special Guest, LaTasha “Tasha” Morrison delves into on today’s podcast. In John 17, Jesus prayed that we would be one, as He and the Father are one.
Are You Real Podcast
Are You Real, host Jon Fuller interviews inspiring men and women of faith as they share each week how they are making a difference in the seven cultural mountains. These include; Religion, Family, Education, Government, Media, Business, and Arts & Entertainment. I’m ready more than ever before to see a shift in our culture as others take steps to discover their gifts, and be catapulted into their destiny. You are going to hear amazing stories about how others have found their purpose and are making a difference in the world around them. I can’t wait to hear your story unfold as well!.
If you’ve ever struggled with reading and comprehending scripture, you’re not going to want to miss today’s episode. Special guest, Sharon Kaselonis, shares the problems she encountered in studying the Bible, her prayer to the Lord to know and understand Him, and the gracious resolution He provided to her.
Blessed, Broken, Given – these three words come from the gospels, and they’re the words that describe what Jesus does when he has bread in his hands. Luke’s gospel, in particular, tells three stories of Jesus taking bread, blessing it, breaking it, and giving it.
Stephen Blake Kanicka is a Grammy award-winning multi-instrumentalist and composer. His musicality has been noted by the New York Times and featured on Jimmy Kimmel, Jay Leno, The View, Ellen Degeneres, and the Today Show.
In a world of urgent need around us, God gives us good things to enjoy …but ultimately God has blessed us so that through us, others might know his goodness, others might know his grace, and others might see his glory.
God-given gifts can often be the inspiration for our entrepreneurial leaps of faith when we decide to leave a steady job with a safe work environment and a regular paycheck, for a job that focuses on, and is dependent on, those gifts.