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Have You Not Heard?

Have You Not Heard?

By Angel H Davis
Explore the healing and wholeness that is available through the combination of sound psychology and God's truths. Join Angel as she shares armchair wisdom from a seasoned therapist's point of view for humanity's good and God's Glory. She'll host guests, tell real-life stories of healing and relevant truths from the word of God. Grab a friend and join in for encouraging and uplifting content and inspiration.
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"The Power of Our Words" w/ Joyce Heard
Joyce Heard is back!  I know you are excited. She is here to challenge and edify us with the questions: What are you doing with your tongue? With the words that you speak? Are we building up or breaking down? Are we harming or helping? Discouraging or encouraging? Are we speaking words that bring darkness or light? What our world needs now more than ever are words that bring life. And Joyce shows us the way. Listen. Share with a friend. And start speaking uplifting words to those around you. Who knows, God may use you to change a life.  Proverbs 10:20-21 ; Psalm 81:10; Luke 6:45; Ephesians; Colossians 4:6; Isaiah 51:16  
June 02, 2022
Where is God in the Midst of Tragedy?
Even more, tragedy has happened in the world since we chatted last. I want to share more hope and healing in the midst of this. I am sharing wisdom from "A Grace Disguised" by Jerry Sittser. And, of course, from the word of God. Share, like, and tell a friend. Let's share hope and healing amid these awful tragedies.John 16:33 “I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world.” 2 Corinthians 1:3-5 “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God. For just as we share abundantly in the sufferings of Christ, so also our comfort abounds through Christ.” 33:27 The eternal God is your refuge,
    and his everlasting arms are under you. Isaiah 60:19-20  "…for the Lord your God will be your everlasting light,
    and your God will be your glory. …For the Lord will be your everlasting light.
    Your days of mourning will come to an end." 1 Peter 5:10 "And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast."
May 27, 2022
Life Stuff!
Where are my procrastinators out there? Whoop Whoop! I am the Queen procrastinator and normally all goes well with that method. But (sigh) every once and while it catches up with me:)! But hopefully my Plan B is God's Plan A and this short reflection will edify you and encourage you in the Lord. I pray, maybe even bring healing to your soul, through the power of the Holy Spirit. Don't forget to help me spread the word; like, comment, subscribe and share this Podcast so God's hope and healing can be known! Thank you and God Bless!  Scriptures: Exodus 34:5-9Amplified Bible 5 Then the Lord descended in the cloud and stood there with Moses as he proclaimed the Name of the Lord. 6 Then the Lord passed by in front of him, and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord God, compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in lovingkindness and truth (faithfulness); 7 keeping mercy and lovingkindness for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin; but He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished, visiting (avenging) the iniquity (sin, guilt) of the fathers upon the children and the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations [that is, calling the children to account for the sins of their fathers].” 8 Moses bowed to the earth immediately and worshiped [the Lord]. 9 And he said, “If now I have found favor and lovingkindness in Your sight, O Lord, let the Lord, please, go in our midst, though it is a stiff-necked (stubborn, rebellious) people, and pardon our iniquity and our sin, and take us as Your possession.” Psalm 86:15English Standard Version 15 But you, O Lord, are a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness. Psalm 103:1-4English Standard Version 1 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! 2 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, 3 who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, 4 who redeems your life from the pit, who crowns you with steadfast love and mercy, 17 But the steadfast love of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting on those who fear him, and his righteousness to children's children, 18 to those who keep his covenant and remember to do his commandments. 19 The Lord has established his throne in the heavens, and his kingdom rules over all. 20 Bless the Lord, O you his angels, you mighty ones who do his word, obeying the voice of his word! 21 Bless the Lord, all his hosts, his ministers, who do his will! 22 Bless the Lord, all his works, in all places of his dominion. Bless the Lord, O my soul! 1 John 4:7-11New Living Translation Loving One Another 7 Dear friends, let us continue to love one another, for love comes from God. Anyone who loves is a child of God and knows God. 8 But anyone who does not love does not know God, for God is love. 9 God showed how much he loved us by sending his one and only Son into the world so that we might have eternal life through him. 10 This is real love—not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as a sacrifice to take away our sins. 11 Dear friends, since God loved us that much, we surely ought to love each other.
May 12, 2022
The Anchor Prayer w/ Marc Schleske
I think you will find this spiritual practice shared by Marc to be a great resource. It is deeply personal to him and you can tell. Some of our best downloads from God through Holy Spirit come in our darkest days. They are intended to bless others, and Marc sure has. Enjoy our chat and invite a friend to join in with you. And will you help me get this word out? If you like, share and rate the Podcast more folks have a chance to come across it and be blessed by the simple profoundness of the prayer.  Marc Alan Schelske is a husband, dad of two, writer, speaker, recovering fundamentalist who drinks tea & rides a motorcycle. He’s a pastor with nearly 25 years of ministry experience, who has also been on an arduous journey of emotional and spiritual recovery resulting in an intense interest in the connection between emotional growth and spiritual growth, and how God works in and through our internal brokenness and trauma. He’s written three books,Discovering Your Authentic Core Values, The Wisdom of Your Heart: Discovering the God-given Purpose and Power of Your Emotions and the Untangle Workbook, among other resources for spiritual growth. He hosts the The Apprenticeship Way podcast and he writes about intentional spiritual growth at "The Anchor Prayer" I rest in faith, trusting Father. I walk by faith, following Jesus. I hear in faith, obeying Spirit. In You, I remain. 
April 28, 2022
Jesus' Stress Management Plan
Happy Good Friday. Today we have part two of our Maundy Thursday episode. Thank you for your patience as I managed my stress well:)! Let's learn from the One who endured stress like no other, and thrived through it. For the list of the 12 stress management tips, please see the show notes from yesterday's episode. 4-14-22. Blessings! 
April 15, 2022
Maundy Thursday, Happy 2nd Anniversary, "I'm Not Ashamed of Jesus" day
Maundy Thursday. The day of great distress and agony for Jesus. What an amazing day to look at how the One who was stressed beyond anything we could ever imagine being stressed by, handled it. This marks the day of the display of servant hood and foretelling of what was to come, with Jesus washing the Disciples feet and His agony in the Garden of Gethsemane. In the garden, He pours out His heart, to the point of sweating blood, due the realization and weightiness of what is about to come. Who else to better learn from on how to handle life's toxic stressors than the one who bore it all? (We will unpack that tomorrow:). Also this day happens to be: "I am not ashamed of Jesus" day. So let's lift Him high; share His name and fame and maybe help someone get relief from their stress. You can do that through simple acts of love and care. Start by sharing with them this Podcast or others like it that bring the hope and healing that comes through Christ.  As we share Jesus's love, let's not forget to explain the fact that He freed us from our sin that is a death sentence, through His death and resurrection. The Good News of the Gospel is that we can choose His death on the Cross as our payment. Then we have a 'get out of jail card' free from any penalty of sin and the access to be healed from the effects of sin!  Now if that doesn't relieve stress, I'm not sure what can!  Thank you faithful followers for helping "Have You Not Heard?" thrive. Through your listening, sharing, rating, reviewing and encouragement,  God is using this little Podcast to share His hope and healing to a hurting world. Let's keep on keeping on together and help His word spread.  Resources: *The Gospel according to Mark *John 13:34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another." *Dr. Jim Denison, "The Daily Article" 4-14-22 *"The Hour Had Come" by David Mathis ( *"What is Maundy Thursday and Why do Christians Celebrate It?" (  Maundy Thursday Prayer: Lord God, You sent your Son into the world, And before his hour had come, He washed his disciples’ feet. You had given all things into his hands. He had come from you, and was going to you, And what did he do? He knelt down on the floor, And washed his friends’ feet. He was their teacher and their Lord, Yet he washed their feet. Lord God, help us learn from his example; Help us to do as he has done for us. The world will know we are his disciples If we love one another. Strengthen our hands and our wills for love And for service. Keep before our eyes the image of your Son, Who, being God, became a Servant for our sake. All glory be to him who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, One God, now and forever. Amen. Jesus’ Stress Management Plan 1. He was empowered by the Holy Spirit (Mark 1:9-13) 2. He knew who He was(his identity) and whose He was, as a result, knew His authority. (Mark 1:22),(Mark 1:11)(Mark 2:17), (Mark 2:10) 3. He lived in Community(Mark 3:13-19; Mark 6:7) 4. He spent time alone with God in Prayer (Mark 1:35; Mark 3:13, Mark 6:45-46, Mark 9:2) 5. He knew how to spend His energy(Mark 1:35-39) 6. He was led by the Spirit and His Father; He was not dictated by the circumstances or the expectations of people. (Mark 2:27-28)(Mark 3:1-6)(Mark 1:37-38, Mark 3:32-35)(Mark 9:14-29),(John 15:19) 7. He operated out of Faith, not fear. (Mark 10:32-34) 8. He depended on God to meet His needs and the needs of other’s. (Mark 8:1-9) 9. He lived with an attitude of humility and servanthood.(Mark 10:31; Mark 10:44)(Mark 8:35; John 13:1-17) 10.He lived authentically. Poured His heart out to God(Mark 14:32-36) ; received care from others(Mark 15:40) 11. Lived in Forgiveness (Mark 11:25)( Luke 6:27-31)(Luke 23:34) 12. He was motivated by LOVE!!!!! (Mark 8:2; John 15:21; 1 John 3:16).
April 14, 2022
Thinking can lead to Joy and Hope!
What you think becomes a belief, and your belief drives your feelings and actions. These lead to behaviors. And eventually, influence your destiny. Joy, encouragement, and hope from God’s truths are superpowers for our souls and insulate us against the wear and tear from the hardships and darkness that are swirling around us. You can learn to access How do we obtain this joy and hope and keep it when the arrows of darkness are flying around us? That’s what we are exploring today. Grab a friend and join in. Scripture: 2 Corinthians 10:5; Romans 12:2; Isaiah 30:15; Isaiah 1:18 10 Steps to help: 1. Think about what you are thinking about. 2. Be willing to seek the truth even if it clashes with your thoughts. 3. Decide if you will believe God's word or the other thoughts you are hearing/believing. Many of our beliefs come from childhood. Why am I still thinking this? 4. Remember that the temptation that got Adam and Eve kicked out of the garden (constant communion with God) was the 'tree of knowledge'. They wanted to know what God knew or thought they knew what was best. That is the root of original sin. Pride. “Pretensions that set themselves up against God”. 5. If what we think does not align with God's word/truth, are we willing to lay down our old thought and latch onto the new? 6. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Pray. Ponder. 7. Ask Holy Spirit to seal it in you. 8. Ask friends to help 9. Write it down. 10. Keep reading, singing, worshipping, praying, and remembering.
March 31, 2022
Parenting Today w/ Autumn Fullington
Today we have the great pleasure of hearing wisdom from a young Mom. Autumn was a childhood friend of my daughter's and spent many nights at our home. What a joy to see the Lord working in her life and the point she is today. Parenting out of strength and hope from God's word and empowerment. She uses Deuteronomy 6: 5-9 as a guideline in her parenting. You will gain wisdom, practical tips and be inspired in your own faith life regardless of your stage of life. Grab your cup of coffee and enjoy! And be sure to like, share and rate this Podcast so more people can receive hope and healing from God and His word!
March 17, 2022
The Benefits of Awe, Resilience and PTG - Part Two
In the middle of a worldwide crisis, talking about awe, resilience, and PTG is more important than ever due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We need to combat the fear trying to take over our hearts and minds, whether it's covid crisis, racial injustices, political unrest, wars, and the effects of these wars. What we have is a spiritual battle—a battle over our faith. One of the main tactics our enemy uses against us is to implant fear in our hearts that can affect our faith. Despite this, humans, in general, are a resilient bunch. I've heard first-hand stories from war heroes from WWII, Vietnam, and other wars that are proof. We have accounts in the Bible of resilient folks. In short, God wired us to overcome. We need to be carriers of hope and resilience in this challenging time we are all going through, so let's continue to explore how we can exercise our resilience muscles, including awe, that leads us to PTG. Scriptures: Psalm 95:4-5; Psalm 25:3-9; Psalm 104:24-25; Job 38:1-4; Job 38-39; Job 40:4-5; Job 42: 2, 5-6; Psalm 19:1;Job 37: 14-16;  Resources:,respect%2C%20reverence%2C%20and%20worship
March 03, 2022
The Benefits of Awe, Resilience and PTG
Did you know there is a science of awe? Really, there is. Science keeps pointing us to what God has said is true. Both lead us to help for our mental health and positive effects for healing from trauma.  I share research and tips for healing the body, soul and spirit. Invite a friend. And share on your social media so more people can receive the healing and hope that good sound psychology and Biblical truths can bring them.  Resources:  "Understanding and Treating Posttrumatic Stress Disorder",   and "Awestruck: How Embracing Wonder Can Make You Happier, Healthier, and More Connected."  Jonah Paquette, Psy. D. "A Grace Disguised" by Jerry Sittser  "The God of All Comfort" by Dee Brestin "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe", by C.S. Lewis
February 18, 2022
Hope for the problem of Suicide w/ Dr. Matthew Sleeth
Okay, he's the real deal ya'll. Dr. Sleeth (or Matthew as he likes to be called), is a former emergency room physician who resigned from his position as chief of the medical staff and director of the ER to teach, preach, and write about faith and the environment. He is Christ follower who has a heart for caring for God's creation. He means that literally with the planet (check out: and God's people. He ministers to 1,000 in churches, business, prisons, ministries and one on one. His unique way of looking at scripture through the lens of his medical knowledge will bring you a fresh understanding of God's word. God, the author of life has much to say to us regarding suicide prevention. Listen  as Dr. Sleeth shares his wisdom, experience and well researched information, combined with his heart of love for God and people. It may just save your life or someone you know. And please please please, share this one with your friends, family, pastor. You never know who is hurting internally and needs a life line of hope.  Resources: Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 About the book: Hope Always: In Hope Always you will find: Research based and scientifically grounded information about the suicide epidemic. Biblically based information to start a conversation about the spiritual and emotional battles that so many of us face. And a practical toolkit to consult when a loved one is dealing with suicidal ideation.  Free Toolkit: Video Series and Leader Guide: "At last! The guide the church needs to make sense of America’s burgeoning suicide and overdose epidemic. Matthew Sleeth, M.D., one of the nation’s most trusted voices, invites you into his home to learn sound medicine, practical helps and biblical truths. Find out why committed Christians are four to six times less likely to die by suicide than atheists. Learn how to start a conversation about suicide. Explore nine practical ways you can protect your loved ones from a worldview that says suicide is just another option. This four-part series will equip you to become an advocate for the sanctity of life in a culture of suicide!" More about Dr. Sleeth and his ministry: 
February 03, 2022
Silence, Suffering and the Voice of God w/ Krista Williams
Bible teacher extraordinaire Krista Williams joins us today to continue the conversation on hearing God's voice. She unpacks how we listen to Him through the word, aka the Bible. Also, she unpacks what God is up to in suffering and when He seems silent. Krista unpacks the story of Eli and Samuel along with the Book of Job to illuminate truths about God and our ability to hear Him. She points to the 'treasures in the dark' places of our lives and how to notice them. This conversation is one I know I needed and think you will too. Per normal, please share with friends, and let's help get the hope and healing available through Christ to as many as we can. "For such a time as this". Scriptures: Deuteronomy 18:21; 32:47  1 Samuel 3 (Eli and Samuel)  Matthew 13:12 Judges 6-8 (Gideon) Book of Job (highlighted Job 4) 
January 20, 2022
The New Year, Epiphany and an Invitation to Rest
We are coming for you 2022!! This 'hope and healing' tribe is going to press into your word; your presence; hearing your voice and receiving the rest that only you can give. We are going to allow you to give to us, so we can in turn give to others. We are not victims, we are overcomers. We can trust God and believe what His word says. We "Rest in faith, trusting Father. Walk by faith, following Jesus. Hear in faith, obeying Spirit. In God we remain" (adapted from "The Anchor Prayer", Marc Alan Schelske). Let's do this!!!!  Scriptures: Hebrews 4:9-11 and Matthew 11:28-30 
January 06, 2022
"Building Resilience" w/ Julie Caldwell
Julie is back! She was with us on Episode 67 talking about "True Worship". What I love about Julie is her authentic and practical walk with God. She shares how she reconnected with God through the Pandemic and the gold nuggets that she has gleaned from it. The over reaching nugget is  how to withstand the storms of life; building resilience.  Julie makes the supernatural look natural; which I believe is what our true Christian walk is meant to be. This episode builds on the last episode (71) on "Discerning God's Voice", so if you haven't listened to that, check it out.  I am praying you are inspired to go deeper with God, entering into the grand adventure of an intimate relationship with Him. And then naturally lead others into that as you share the exciting (and challenging) ways that it is effecting your life. For such a time as this; let's partner and share God's hope and healing to a hurting world! 
December 16, 2021
Discerning God's Voice w/Cindy Mackey
Teacher extraordinaire and founder of "Heart 2 Heart Ministry",  Cindy shares her years of wisdom from personal experience as well as from year's of teaching others to hear God's voice. Her life's passion is to help others connect intimately to God's heart of love and have a personal, transformative relationship with God, through the power of Holy Spirit. Beyond being inspired you will gain some practical tools to enhance or begin your ability to hear God's voice. Your life will never be the same! Grab a friend and join in on the adventure. Be sure to like, subscribe and share this episode.  Tips: 1. Building your faith through scripture 2. Remember it's a skill you're learning, like learning a new language. 3. Asking God if you have any unconfessed sin that might be blocking hearing His voice. 4. "Priming the Pump"; quieting your mind. Turn off electronics, focus on worship, nature, meditate on the word.  5. Share honestly where you are at the moment with God. Bring all your doubts, fears, problems to God. Talk to Him. Metaphorically give them to Him. Put them in His hands.   To learn more about Cindy and training opportunities: Resources: 4 Keys to Hearing God's Voice, Dr. Mark Virkler Scriptures:  Hebrews 11:6; John 8:38; John 10:1-4; Revelation 3:20 
December 02, 2021
Give Thanks
Today in honor of Thanksgiving we give thanks as led by the scriptures in Colossians 1:9-13. Praying for all today. Those who are rejoicing, and those who are grieving and feeling alone. Thanking God that He is with us no matter the circumstances of our lives. Praying you encounter His Presence today.  Blessings. 
November 25, 2021
Entitlement, Anger and Forgiveness w/ Lindsey Waggoner
Lindsey is a former two-sport collegiate athlete, a professional therapist, works with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and most importantly, a follower of Christ. Listen in as she shares her journey of faith through messy relationships. Her honesty and forthrightness will bless you. Whether you are single or in a relationship, her story of following God through all the ups and downs will give you wisdom as you navigate your path with the Lord. What is entitlement? How do you deal with it? Why is it better to let it go and move into forgiveness? And what is the path to forgiveness? Lindsey shares all of these things and more. Grab a friend and listen in! And don't forget to rate, review and share this episode so more people can benefit from Lindsey's wisdom. 
November 11, 2021
Keeping Your Eye on Jesus
Today's episode is in honor of Ms. Jean. 91 years young when she passed into the arms of Jesus. So much wisdom. A life lived in prayer and faith. A true inspiration. Let's learn from her on how to do the simply profound thing: Keeping our eyes on Jesus by 1. Obedience 2. Faith 3. Hope and 4. Love. It's so simple it's hard. Yet, Holy Spirit is faithful. Join in and share with others.  Hebrews 6:19; Hebrews 11; Hebrews 12:1-3; 1 Peter 3: 13-16; Romans 15:13; Psalm 119 
October 28, 2021
True Worship leads to True Identity w/ Julie Caldwell
Worship is a way of life for Julie Caldwell. Julie thinks outside of the box regarding what worship is and what it can accomplish in our lives. Ultimately true worship leads us to knowing God and our true identity. She's known as wife, mom, worship leader, songwriter, seminary student and an all around fun and authentic person. (oh, and she happens to be a great musician, too) You are going to enjoy her! Be sure to listen to the end as Julie lead's us in worship!  Please rate and review this episode. And send it to a friend. Help us share the #hope #healing that can only be found through #Christ. Contact Julie at: Julie's original worship song:  "Pour Me Out" In my weakness, you are strong In my darkness, you are light In my sadness, you are joy In my fear, you are almighty In my despair, you are hope In my doubt, you are faith In my trouble, you are peace When I tremble, you are unshaken I want to pour me out, so you can fill me up I want to be a vessel for your purpose, Lord I want to lay me down, so you can raise me up A new creation in your perfect love. I want to pour me out, I want to lay me down (2x) so you can raise me up (2x) Psalm 28:7New International Version 7 The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusts in him, and he helps me. My heart leaps for joy, and with my song I praise him.
October 14, 2021
We are BACK...
Listen in as Angel catches you up on her September happenings and muses about life and what God is up to in it. Also, where we are going as a Podcast Family. Please rate, review and share so more people can hear and recieve the healing and hope that comes from good sound psychology and God's truths and power! The combination is DY-NO-MITE!  Scriptures: Isaiah 40:31; Romans 15:13; Hebrews 11:1; Romans 5:3-4; Hebrews 10:23; Psalm 31: 24
October 07, 2021
True Love Part Five w/ Kathleen Flynn
Kathleen is with us again! She shares candidly regarding her last couple of years that have been fraught with heartache and hardship, and yet, she is leaning on the truths of God and His love for her. You will be inspired, edified and encouraged. She gives concrete examples of what "love in action" looks like and how we can all share that more profoundly with each other. For such a time as this...let's love hard and deep. Romans 12:9-21; 1 Corinthians 13; 1 John 4
August 29, 2021
True Love Part Four
We start unpacking Romans 12:9-21: Love in Action. Today we focus on overcoming evil by doing good, according to Christ. Grab a friend, and let's get rolling. 
August 12, 2021
True Love Part Three
Today my friend Kisa Raye (Season 1 Episode 22; Season 3 Episode 5)  and I are exploring the impact of God's love on our hearts and souls. Listen in as Kisa shares how meditating, pondering and unpacking the Cross has altered her life and those she has studied with. Knowledge in the New Testament emphasizes knowing God not simply as an intellectual apprehension, but a response to faith and an acceptance of Christ. It includes perceiving, learning, understanding, willing, performing, and experiencing. ( This is the time for us to be shored up in Biblical knowledge of God's love. There is a hurting world out there who need God's love. Let's KNOW Him and His love so we can be conduits for others. Please help us get the word out by commenting, sharing and rating this Podcast.  Resources: "Matchless: The Life and Love of Jesus", Angie Smith  Tony Evans (The Tony Evans Bible Commentary, pg. 1377)  1 John 4:9-10 1. Love is visible 2. Love is an act of will 3. Love is sacrificial 4. Love serves the unlovable 5. Love addresses sin  “We have come to know [by personal observation and experience], and have believed [with deep, consistent faith] the love which God has for us. God is love, and the one who abides in love abides in God, and God abides continually in him.” 1 John 4:16 AMP "Therefore become imitators of God [copy Him and follow His example], as well-beloved children [imitate their father];  and walk continually in love [that is, value one another—practice empathy and compassion, unselfishly seeking the best for others], just as Christ also loved you and gave Himself up for us, an offering and sacrifice to God [slain for you, so that it became] a sweet fragrance." Ephesians 5:1-2  "There is no fear in love [dread does not exist]. But perfect (complete, full-grown) love drives out fear, because fear involves [the expectation of divine] punishment, so the one who is afraid [of God’s judgment] is not perfected in love [has not grown into a sufficient understanding of God’s love]." 1 John 4:18 
August 05, 2021
True Love Part Two
What is True Love according to the Bible? And how did Jesus exhibit it? We continue the exploration today. I am praying that Holy Spirit will speak to each heart listening and for our hearts to be expanded to receive God's Agape love. With that, then we will be enabled to love with genuine love and become vessels through whom God can use to accomplish His purposes here on earth. There is a world of hopeless, dying folks who need Jesus' love. Let's drink deep and then go and share!   Resources: Seedbed daily Text 7-24-21; Ephesians 3:16-19, Dan Wilt "The Holy Spirit Is Our Inner Energy Source" “Genuine Love is the only commodity that can be given away without ever running out”. (Understanding the Enneagram, pg 333) Commodores(aka: Lionel Richie), 1980, “Jesus is Love" Matthew 22:37-40 (NKJV)37 Jesus said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the first and great commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.” (Deuteronomy 6:4-7) Romans: In the Grip of Grace Bible Study Session 5, (Max Lucado), Laurie McClure, OBS Leader Editor, We love because He first loved us. — 1 John 4:19 Matthew 5: 39 But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also.40 And if anyone wants to sue you and take your shirt, hand over your coat as well. John 1: 14 The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. Jesus saw their hearts: John 11,  Luke 5:22, John 2:22 Jesus forgives John 4, John 8 Luke 23:34 “And Jesus said, ‘Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.’” Jesus Spoke truth in love (kindness)- Nicodemus (John 3:3-21) Samaritan Women (John 4) John 12:44-50. Jesus Served: Heals the lame man and fed the 5,000;  the Crippled Man ,Luke 5; Heals the blind man; John 9. Jesus sacrificed: “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” Jesus spent time with the God in prayer; spent time with His Disciples and friends. Jesus taught/shared wisdom. John 10-17  Jesus comforts/compassionate: John 11: 17-35  "Jesus wept". Jesus received love: John 12 Jesus radically obeyed: John 12:49-50; John 19:17;John 19:30. Jesus said no: To Lazarus’ friends (John 11:1-8), , to His Disciples when He told them to feed the thousands (Mark 6: 35-37 …send them away to go get something to eat…Jesus: You give them something to eat.) “Simply let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No’; anything beyond this comes from the evil one” (Matthew 5:37). Jesus set boundaries: He gave us boundaries for our safety and well being: Go and sin no more; Don’t tell anyone about this healing; Get in the boat and go to the other side; remain in me; obey my commands. “But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen” (Matthew 6:6).  Luke 5:16, John 14:6, Luke 16:13, John 5:44 
July 29, 2021
True Love Part One
Here we go...diving into the deep waters of God's love. YIKES!! I am paddling in shallow waters and need Holy Spirit's help. That's GOOD NEWS, because He will take this little offering and do more with it than I ever could.  Our audacious goal for this mini-series:) is to have a true roadmap of what love really is. TODAY, we will look at 1. Biblical Love and 2. Why it matters.  Specifically 3 areas: 1. Receiving His love so we can share it with others, 2. So we can stand in truth, and 3. We can walk in obedience. Grab a friend and let's have fun learning about and growing in this unending journey into the heart of God's love. Where the Grand Adventure begins!  Scriptures: Exodus 34:6-7; Romans 5:5; 1 John 2:5; 1 John 4:16; 1 John 3:16; Ephesians 3:18-19; Romans 8:38-39;John 14:15; 1 John 5:2-3; John 14:21 Challenge: Study how Jesus loved in the Gospels: 1. How did He love? 2. What is He showing us about love?  3. What do you like or or not about His example? 4. Are you willing to conform your idea of what love is to His truth? Why or why not? 
July 22, 2021
True Love: Introduction
Today we start unpacking Romans 12:9-21.  WOAH! It is jammed packed full of goodness. So much so, that I feel like we need to take our time and do a deep dive into the truths and other scriptures related.  So join me, invite a friend, and let's look at a TRUE roadmap of what love really is. We need this in our current culture, which is defining love individually, based on feelings, whims, and latest trends. God is love and He never changes. Let's follow Him into the 'gold mine' of love that can help change our hurting world, with His hope and healing.  1 John 4:1-12; 1 Corinthians 12:31(b)- 1 Corinthians 13 
July 15, 2021
Transformed Minds and Hearts - Part Two
Well, my best laid plans obviously were not God's:)! After the last episode, He kept showing more about mind transformation in relation to Romans 12:1-2, so it became obvious we were supposed to continue to explore these scriptures and truths. I hope it is helpful to you on your journey of transformation. I'm praying it inspires you to invest the time to get vulnerable with the Lord (and other safe humans in your life), so that your thought life can become inline with His word. This is where the 'grand adventure' begins...let's do the work to bring more of God's Kingdom here on earth. Hope and healing to a hurting world.   Resources: "Surviving Religion 101", Michael J Kruger Romans 12:1-8; Psalm 139
July 08, 2021
Transformed Minds and Hearts
Romans 12 is a 'now' book! It elaborates how as redeemed people, through Christ, we are to live in an unredeemed world. Meaning a God-less world. A world that doesn't elevate God's existence and truths. Such a world can be confusing and make us unsure of how to act, what to think and who to believe. What I love about the Bible is it is as applicable today as it was all those thousands of years ago. Paul gives us direct and clear instructions on how to live in these times. And our motivation is God's mercy and the empowerment to live as redeemed people is through Christ's Grace. We all have access to it...we just need to utilize it. Let's make an impact on this hurting world with God's hope and healing through His truth and grace. Get your worship on!!!!  Mark 9:23-24 “‘If you can’?” said Jesus. “Everything is possible for one who believes. ”Immediately the boy’s father exclaimed, “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” Resources: Angel's Book, "The Perfecting Storm" : Books/Websites on Truth of God's word: Tom Doyle, "The Incredible Journey"
July 01, 2021
Parenting: Lessons from the Pandemic and Life in general w/Julie Smoak
Some of ya'll know Jules, on-air talent on The JOY FM. If you don't, you are in for a treat. Full of positive energy and great wisdom, Jules shares honestly and authentically about parenting challenges. She proclaims, 'she's not perfect and learning as she goes, as we all are'. In my opinion that's one of the reasons she is a wise sage regarding this journey! Jules shares lessons she's learned during the Pandemic and navigating social media and cultural issues with her kids. I would say, her best parenting tip is pointing her kids to Jesus and nurturing an authentic, informed relationship with Him. She shares so many nuggets of wisdom that will inspire and help you on your journey. Listen in and share with a friend. I know you will relate and be blessed!  Connect with Jules:; @thejoyfm (Instagram and Facebook) Instagram: @jules_show Facebook: @thejulesshow 
June 26, 2021
Suffering and Grief w/Connie Jones
Connie is back to share more about her journey of healing, specifically on the process which included suffering and grief. Wisdom she has learned through the darkness in her own life is now being paid forward to help others in theirs. We also discuss how loved ones and friends can best support someone who is going through suffering and grief. I know you will be edified and gain tools and hope for yourself as well as others. Please  rate, share and review this Episode so more people can hear the good news that is in Jesus. Let's partner together to help our hurting world!  Scriptures: 2 Corinthians 11:22-30 (Paul's list of sufferings) Psalm 34:18, Revelations 21:4, Luke 6:21 Practical things to do as you go through the grief process: 1. Keep breathing. God is Ruach; the breathe of life.  2.Talk to God; trust His character of Love.  3. Be honest with your feelings. Surrender to the pain.  4. Use your imagination to put yourself in the picture with scripture. Use your five senses to hear God's personal truth for you. (for more information on how to do this, check out "Hearing God's Voice" Season 1, Episode 16)  5. Worship whether you feel like it or not  6. Speak scripture out loud. 7. Get honest with others and allow them to walk with you on your journey of healing.  8. Don't pretend like everything is ok, when it's not.  9. Reach out to a Professional Counselor or a Lay-Counselor. Someone who hears from God and can create a safe space for you to be free with your emotions. And point you to God's healing and truth.   Practical tips for friends/loved ones of those grieving: 1. Show empathy 2. The less you say, the better. Especially at first. 3. Don't try to fix. Just create a safe space to let them share their feelings 4. Deal with your own stuff. Other people's suffering will reveal areas you may not have dealt with yourself. 5. Remember everyone processes and grieves differently and on different timetables, don't try to impose what you think on someone else.  6. Love them in prayer and lead them to Christ, the One who binds up the broken hearted and brings new life out of suffering. 
June 17, 2021
Choosing Faith
Meet Natalie Buczynsky. A Millenial/Gen Z'er (She's right on the cusp of both), a self-described nerd, woman of God and smart cookie! She is candid with her life and her faith journey. Listen in as she shares the wonder of God and why it makes sense to follow Him no matter what age and stage you are. And advice for the older generations in encouraging and supporting younger generations on their journey. It’s gold! John 6:68 "Simon Peter answered him, 'Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life". 
June 10, 2021
Healthy Conversations
We all want to have them. And yet, they are difficult. In this day and age, we need the skills to have the difficult conversations that need to happen to usher in more unity. It's not by avoiding or acquiescing that we create more unity, it is by having honest, open and redeeming conversations. Let's do the hard work to crucify our knee-jerk reactions so our personal agendas will not rule and reign our essential conversations, and then perhaps we can truly desire the other person's good above our own. Now this is the way of Heaven. Philippians 2:3 " Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit [through factional motives, or strife], but with [an attitude of] humility [being neither arrogant nor self-righteous], regard others as more important than yourselves." Guidelines for Healthy Conversations: 1. Humility 2. Respect 3. Listen, Listen, Listen 4. Learn 5. Questions 6. Recap 7. Tone 8. Don't debate 9. Request 10. Peace 11. Trust (Bonus: Time/Timing and Space)
June 03, 2021
Overcoming Addiction w/Tommy Doyle
Addiction touches most peoples life, in one way or another, whether you're suffering, have suffered or have a friend or a relative. Listen in to Tommy's overcoming story and latch on to the hope that is available to all. No one is saying it's an easy journey, but it's very possible to live a life of freedom after addiction.  Resources: If you live in the Dallas, Tx area: Alcoholics Anonymous: ; Celebrate Recovery: Contact Tommy @:
May 27, 2021
Live Bravely, Freely and Authentically w/Connie Jones
Connie Jones, Woman of God, Therapist, Coach, Author, Speaker, Podcaster, and in her spare time, lover of nature, animals and fitness:), shares openly and honestly the struggles in her life and how God freed her to thrive and be a warrior for other people's hearts. Listen in and share with your friends.  Resources: Connie's new book, "Warrior Arise": For Coaching or Counseling: Follow Connie:,
May 20, 2021
Mind-Body Connection w/ Kevin Bailey Fitness Trainer
Things go better with peace. Kevin talks about how to combat fear, worry, stress and things that oppress us not just physically but mentally, emotionally and spiritually. He walks us through the mind-body connection and how powerful the mind is regarding our overall health.  You'll gain some practical knowledge and tips of how to stay in peace and increase your overall health. Listen in and share with a friend who you want to take on the Health journey with you. Contact Kevin at: +1 (706) 201-5954
May 06, 2021
Transfit: Where Spiritual and Physical Fitness meet
Join in on this fascinating conversation with Caroline Ward, owner and founder of Transfit. Her life journey through college sports, postpartum depression and beyond will inspire you. Caroline shares how she's learned to pay attention to "God Whispers" in her life and explores how following those have led her into her destiny and passion. Her nuggets of wisdom from God's word on integrating our health will impact you profoundly. She has so many great one-liners. You want to be sure to have pen and paper ready!  Three things will change your life: 1. The books you read. 2. The people you surround yourself with. 3. Encountering God's word/presence on a daily basis. 
April 29, 2021
Obedience, Disagreements and Interpreting the Bible w/ Leslie Barron
The conversation with, "Oh wise one", Leslie Barron continues. Leslie shares more fully the benefits of obedience and unpacks in a simple way, what growth in Christ looks like. We also touch on how to interpret the Bible correctly and have productive conversations with fellow believers regarding God's word. If you haven't listened to her first interview on March 4th, check it out. Your faith life will be enriched by both.  Leslie's Tips to Interpret Scripture: 1. Read and observe. Who are the characters? What setting was it in? etc.  2. What does the scripture say?  2. What does it mean? We have to look at this through the big lens of the entire book. The main purpose of the Bible is to share truth about God's redemption for His people.  3. How does it impact my life? 
April 22, 2021
Happy Anniversary you guys! Can you believe it's been a year? It is truly OUR Anniversary because I would not be here if not for my friends, family and followers who have supported this Podcast. Your rates, reviews, listens, shares, prayer, all have contributed to the success of this year.  For me the most exciting responses that encourage me to 'keep on keeping on' are those random texts or messages I get (and yes, YOU can message me via: ), that tell me the episode spoke to their heart or circumstance in some way. God has told me over and over again, "Do it for the Audience of One".  Of course Him first, but also YOU, as the listener. If an episode has touched ONE life, then it is a success!  Another super encouraging response, is that God has allowed the Podcast to be broadcast into 17 different Geographic regions! Whoop, Whoop.  United States, Australia, Haiti, Ireland, Untied Kingdom, France, Finland, New Zealand, Germany, Canada, Jordan, Sweden, Kenya, Spain, Singapore, Taiwan, and the Philippines.  Let's keep it going! Let's continue to spread God's Hope and Healing, by posting the Podcast or the announcements about it on your Social Media, and sharing it in all the ways you can. Thanks for partnering with me to share the love of God through Jesus Christ; and to fulfill the great commission together. Let's celebrate Him and all He's doing!  Shownotes: Today's Scriptures:  Romans 8: 38-39; Acts 17: 22-31; Luke 5: 17-26
April 15, 2021
Favor in the Wilderness with Josh Doyle
Today Josh Doyle of Uncharted Adventures and "Soul of the Wild" Podcast shares his love of adventure and inspiration from God's word regarding the benefits of wilderness experiences (literal and figurative). Tune in and be inspired.   Jeremiah 31:2 This is what the Lord says: “The people who survive the sword will find favor in the wilderness; I will come to give rest to Israel.” Uncharted Ministries – Inspire. Inform. Launch.
March 25, 2021
Remedy for Weariness
Geez! Who isn't feeling weary? It appears a lot of us! So hopping on today with a quick devotional from Hebrews 10:19-25. Praying it is balm for your soul and brings new life!
March 18, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Finishing Strong
Today we are finishing up our Spiritual Fitness series. And we have the extreme privilege of hearing from Tom and JoAnn Doyle, of Uncharted Ministries. They chat about their work in the Middle East, their new book, "Women Who Risk", and how they personally stay spiritually fit. You will gain tips for your own fitness journey as well, as huge inspiration to keep 'fighting the good fight of faith'. Tom and JoAnn make this spiritual workout journey fun! Hope you enjoy!  About the Book: Women Who Risk - Explore the incredible work of God in the lives of women in the Muslim world. ( About Tom: Tom Doyle fell in love with the Middle East on his first Bible tour of the Holy Land. In 1995 he became an official tour guide for the state of Israel and developed a passion for ministering to the Israeli people, Arabs and Jews alike. Tom and his wife, JoAnn, felt a call from God to full-time ministry there in 2001. In 2017 the Doyles launched Uncharted Ministries, which seeks to Inspire the Body of Christ to rise up join the new great awakening among Jews and Muslims in the Middle East and in uncharted territories around the world. Tom and JoAnn began working in the heart of the Islamic world shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11. Tom and JoAnn serve in places like Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Syria and Palestinian territories of Israel. The Doyles lead groups to the Middle East through their Lands of the Bible tours. Tom is a master storyteller with several books highlighting God’s miraculous work among the Muslim people. His best-known books include Dreams and Visions, Killing Christians, and Standing in the Fire, which was a Finalist for the 2018 Book of the Year by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. About JoAnn: JoAnn Doyle and her husband, Tom, have been married for 38 years and have six children and seven grandchildren. JoAnn was a pastor’s wife for 20 years before God called the Doyle’s into full-time work in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa in 2001. What surprised JoAnn most of all is that soon after she began her work in the region, God birthed in her a heart for the women of the Middle East, especially Muslim women. “I was not in the least attracted to them and their needs, but soon God broke my heart for them. I was truly able to see them through our Father’s eyes.” This led JoAnn to launch a ministry for Women in the Middle East named Not Forgotten. The team has ministered in Israel, Egypt, Gaza, The West Bank, Jordan, Lebanon, Afghanistan, India, Korea, and right here in the United States. The ministry reaches out to all women of the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia but, specifically, is called to reach Muslim women with the love of Christ. JoAnn and the Not Forgotten team are highly sought after to train women in North America and around the world to engage Muslim women around them with the love and Good News of Jesus. JoAnn leads expeditions for women overseas and speaks in many churches throughout North America. Her goal is to inspire women to have a heart for Muslim women and to be Jesus to them. In 2017, God called JoAnn and Tom to launch Uncharted Ministries which calls believers to join God’s great harvest field among Jews and Muslims. JoAnn is also a regular guest on various national radio programs such as the Moody Radio Network with Chris Fabry, and Charles Dyer. She also co-wrote Breakthrough – The Return of Hope to the Middle East with Tom. Worship and prayer is the heart of JoAnn’s life, along with a deep love for her family.
March 11, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Obedience
Obedience is NOT a bad word! Join in with a refreshing conversation with Leslie Barron, Bible Teacher of 40 years, Mom, Grandma, and lover of Christ. 
March 04, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Motivation to Persevere
Today we have another two-parter!  First, Bruce Peppin author of "The Best is Yet to Be" shares wisdom from his own pain and struggles to encourage us that there is always more in the Lord. Tune in and hear him describe everyday heroism. Bruce discusses the important impact we have just from persevering through our ordinary lives.  Second, listen in on a conversation with Lane, who shares her wisdom of persevering in faith from living 70 + years here on earth.  I know you'll be inspired. About Bruce: Bruce has served in executive leadership at Focus on the Family for more than 30 years. Before that he worked in local church ministry. After nearly succumbing to the adversities of midlife, Bruce spent over a decade developing Scriptural principles to help inspire people to finish well. He now doing so himself as the Operations Manager for Uncharted Ministries. (Uncharted Ministries – Inspire. Inform. Launch.)The Best Is Yet to Be: Moving Mountains in Midlife: Peppin, Bruce: 9780781411042: AmazonSmile: Books About Lane: She is a beloved Wife, Mom, Grandma and sister-in-Christ. A great example of an everyday hero. 
February 25, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: The Word and Prayer
Join me as I chat with a my friends, Laura Kellogg and Candy Lane (yup, that's her real name:),  about the power of the word and prayer to build our Spiritual Fitness.   Scripture references: I Thessalonians 5:17...pray without ceasing. James 5:16; Psalm 17:6; Psalm 141:2; Romans 12:12; Matt 7:11; Luke 18:1; Romans 8:26; John 17.
February 18, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Faith
Chatting with Sharon Danley today about faith. How her faith was strengthened through learning to hear God's voice and know His presence through all the ups and downs of life. She is a gifted story teller and very openly shares some of her struggles and how God met her in them. You'll be inspired and encouraged, and hopefully, hungry to hear from God yourself. He can hone the faith muscle He has already put in you and enable you to stand strong during these challenging times! Spiritual well-being is not dependent on our circumstances. It is dependent on a Person, Jesus.  Scriptures: Luke 17: 5-6(AMP); Romans 12:3; John 10:27 6 Tips to strengthening faith: 1.God asks us to trust the story He has been weaving for us since the beginning of time, even when we can’t see why or how He goes about it.  2.He asks us to study His written word to get to know Him deeply. 3. He wants us to have His written word very near us in our hearts so that He can use it to speak to us in whatever way He chooses-through nature, music, poetry, or His personal whispers to our souls. 4. He wants us to BELIEVE that He will and IS keeping His promises in His word. 5. He wants us to lean into Him for strength and understanding, not on our own limited discernment. 6. He wants us to turn to the body of believers for support as this is how He designed us: yearning for relationship with Him and others.
February 11, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Trust
Guest host Kisa Raye, gives us a Spiritual Fitness plan to develop our trust muscles. Kisa has her Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology, with over 30 years of experience in the health and wellness industry. Most importantly she loves Jesus and has been on her own journey of Spiritual Fitness for decades. You'll enjoy her straight forward and practical suggestions. And she's organized with her steps, unlike the host you normally hear from:) LOL!  Enjoy! And happy working out.
February 04, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Testimony from Hunter Ashley
You're going to love meeting Hunter Ashley. She is a Gen Z, a working woman and a lover of Jesus! Today you'll hear how belief and Identity have been integrated in her heart and transformed her life. Listen in and hear her incredible wisdom regarding Spiritual Fitness through a Gen Z's eyes and experience.  To connect with Hunter Ashley:  @hunter_ashley_raye  "Living Boldly in Faith"   Recommended Book: "Kingdom Woman: Embracing Your Purpose, Power, and Possibilities" Tony Evans and Chrystal Evans Hurst 
January 28, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Identity
Our Spiritual fitness journey continues! Today we add the weight of Identity. Who we are in Christ. But first, we have to understand who we are apart from Christ to fully develop the muscle of true identity in Christ. Grab your work-out buddy and let's get rolling.  Basic principles as we go through our Fitness Training: 1. The two major ‘muscle’ groups we are concentrating on is our heart and our mind. 2. Our ‘gymnasium’ is our world/circumstances/experiences and feelings. 3. The ‘weights’ that we will be using to hone our muscles are: Belief; Identity; Faith; Prayer; Obedience; Trust (and a few others that will be thrown in there). 4. We will have preconceived thoughts that will 'fight' against the truth of God's word. (This is where we'll sweat:). 5. We will have enemy warfare that will 'fight' against our fitness plan. ie. discouragement, depression, fear, etc.  6. Breathe deep and keep lifting those weights! The outcome will be Freedom and Overcoming (maturity in Christ). #worthit
January 21, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Belief
Today we are going to talk about lifting the weight of Belief: 1.What is belief? 2.What or who do we believe in? 3. How do we lift this weight of belief so it begins to get integrated into our soul? Show Notes:  John 6:29 Jesus answered, “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent.” Ephesians 1:3-14; 1 Corinthians 1:30-31  Books: "Sit, Walk, Stand" Watchman Nee; "The Case for Christ" Lee Strobel; "Cold Case Christianity" J Warner Wallace Articles: "The Power of Jesus' Last Words: The Meaning Behind 'It Is Finished',  Debbie McDaniel, iBelieve Contributing Writer "outline of Ephesians", David Kim
January 14, 2021
Spiritual Fitness: Intro
It's time to get Spiritually fit. Now more than ever it is essential to know what we believe, why we believe, but even more important, to be transformed by God's truth through the power of the Holy Spirit, so that we can be solutions to our hurting world. Let's get rolling! 
January 07, 2021
Overcoming Anxiety
Merry Christmas!  Anxiety is increasing and yet God says "be anxious for nothing".  And He means...nothing.  How is that possible? We will explore the promises of God and some practices that will help us enter into God's promised peace and rest. His truth and presence, can overcome the anxiety that plagues you.  J.D. Walt, "The Christian New Year". Pgs 60-61
December 24, 2020
Preparing Our Hearts for Christmas
Advent...a time to reflect on: Hope, Peace, Joy and Love. Today you will be blessed by Lisa Mason, my friend and lover of Christ as she shares her passionate heart and wisdom about this season. How we can prepare a place in our heart's for Jesus' birth?  Listen and share the Joy with others!  About Lisa:  Lisa Mason grew up in a diverse home with a Jewish father and a Catholic mother. She became a Christian at the age of 13. Though a Midwestern girl, Lisa loves Georgia! She has served in full-time ministry, for 33 years leading Bible studies, pastoring college students, and mentoring and discipling women. Lisa is passionate about seeing others grow in their relationships with the Lord Jesus and with one another. She's a wife of Lee, and mother of two fine boys and one amazing Daughter-in-Law.  Contact Lisa at Scripture References: Coming of Christ, last days – Acts 2:17, Hebrews 1:2 “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” O come, O come, Emmanuel, And ransom captive Israel, That mourns in lonely exile here Until the Son of God appears. Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to thee, O Israel. ADVENT Hope Lamentations 3: 21-24 Romans 15:12-13 Luke 1:28-33 Peace John 14:27 Luke 1:76-79 Luke 2:27-32 Isaiah 9:6-7 Joy Psalm 5:11 Matthew 2:9-11 Revelation 12:10-12 Luke 2:8-14 Love Matthew 22:36-40 (NIV and the MESSAGE) Luke 2:46-55 John 15:9-11 Jesus’ birth Luke 1:68-79 Matthew 2:4-6
December 17, 2020
Overcoming Loneliness
You can be alone and not lonely. Or you can be with people and feel very lonely. It's a human feeling and, we all experience it. Yet, loneliness does not have to be a state of being. Tune in and glean from those who have experienced loneliness. Learn the GOOD that come from it, as well as how to build those 'muscles' of resilience.  Resources: Dr. Caroline Leaf: Jennie Allen, "Get Out of Your Head"  Paul Scanlon: Scripture references: Psalm 25:16-21; Mark 5:24-34; Matthew 8:3; Luke 17:14 Additional Scriptures: Deuteronomy 31:6; Psalm: 139:7-10; Psalm 23; Psalm 27:10; Psalm 68:6; Romans 8:38-39; 1 John 3:12; Hebrews 13:5 
December 10, 2020
Important updates
Quick updates and a word from Genesis 18:14 "Is anything too hard for the Lord?" 
December 03, 2020
Overcoming Shame
"Shame off of you" as the saying goes.  Shame is a powerful force that can help us build up the 'muscles' of resilience and growth.  Today we talk about the 6-R's of healing: Resolve, Release, Repent, Renew, Receive, Rest.  Jesus; His truth and shed blood on the Cross have already overcome the dark force. HIs love has slain shame. Listen in and find out more! 
November 26, 2020
Overcoming Fear
Today we look at how Post Traumatic Growth can be applied in the face of fear. Faith and Love are our antidotes to the fear that wants to 'steer the ship' of our lives. You do not have to settle for a life of fear, no matter what has happened or is happening in your life. Fear is based on a circumstance. Faith is based on a person. One is flimsy and one is rock solid. Let's stand on solid rock and let Faith arise! 
November 19, 2020
Faith of a Child: Lessons from Toddlers
Conversations with Kathleen continue~ I just love talking to Kathleen, because she exudes a child-like faith. We unpack the difference between childish and childlike. And why it's important. We trade stories from our role as a "Maw"...the best job on earth; Grandparenting! (Yes, I'm a little biased.)  But what a great metaphor of how God invites us to trust, rest and have peace, no matter what is going on in the world!  We need your help to spread the word: Be sure to 'like, rate, and review' the Podcast so more folks can benefit from the Hope and Healing that Jesus has for them. Also you can send this to a friend who you think will benefit from the episode. 
November 16, 2020
Healing From Trauma: Part 6
How to thrive during the COVID Crazy times we are in. Today we explore Post Traumatic Growth; Resilience and GRIT.  All the good things that can come out of trauma and tragedy. We look at from the lens of Psychology and Biblically. We can become better through our struggles of life-based on how we respond. Tragedy and trauma is where character and strength is built! Life is HARD! (Matthew 16:33) And we have a choice of how we respond...Let's GROW you guys! It's the best choice we have.  Show Notes:  6 core human longings: Significance; Safety; Purpose;  Understanding; Belonging; Love The Triangle of Well-being and Resilience model, developed by Dr. Dan Siegel (2010) Posttraumatic Growth, defined as positive psychological change experienced as a result of adversity and other challenges to rise to a higher level of functioning.was coined by psychologists Richard Tedeschi and Lawrence Calhoun. Research by Angela Duckworth, found that one characteristic emerged as a significant predictor of success. And it wasn't social intelligence. It wasn't good looks, physical health, and it wasn't IQ. It was grit: passion and perseverance for long-term goals. Colossians 1:11; 1 Corinthians 9:23-25; Romans 5:3-4
November 05, 2020
Healing From Trauma: Part 5
Amanda Gunter shares her wealth of information about rehabilitating the brain. She explains that a missing link in some people's healing may be related to the nervous system. Listen in and learn how healing the brain can enhance overall recovery, life and faith. It's truly fascinating, bringing a deeper meaning to the scripture that says "We are fearfully and wonderfully made."   Contact Amanda Gunter at:; Brain Balance of Lake Mary and Winder Garden, Orlando, FL  (321)351-7500 Brain Balance: Splanka: Resouces in Atlanta, GA; Rhizoo Counseling, Dana Hernandez;
October 29, 2020
Healing from Trauma: Part 4
Today Shawanna Burton-Smith, Licensed Professional Counselor talks about trauma and children/teens. Relationship is paramount in her mind, regarding seeing signs and symptoms and aiding in healing. Listen in and be blessed.  To contact Shawanna or find out more about her services:
October 22, 2020
Healing From Trauma: Part 3
Meet Georgia Clark. By the tender age of 18, her parent's had divorced, her brother had a life altering injury and her beloved Father passed away. In her words: "Grief is the elephant that sits on your chest and whispers that persons name all day, even when you might be happy." She knows a thing or two about grief, loss and trauma.  And through the pain and struggle she knows the reality of God's presence and healing, even on her darkest day.  Her story will give you hope for healing, no matter what loss or trauma you have experienced.  If you'd like to reach out to Georgia or learn more about her, check her out on Instagram  @iamgeorgiapeach.  
October 15, 2020
Healing From Trauma: Part 2
(Please note: The information on this Podcast is not a substitute for your own counseling. Also, there are a few graphic descriptions that you may not want your young children to hear).  Today, fellow Podcaster, Liza Meynig bravely tells her story of abuse and healing. She is open and honest about her struggles with God and fellow man as she went through the healing process. She's with us today to share her journey of faith and hope!    You can find out more about Liza and her ministry at:, Instagram and Facebook. Also, be sure to check out "thewarriorpodcast'.  
October 08, 2020
Healing From Trauma: Part 1
Welcome back! I've missed you guys. We are jumping into a heavy duty series today. Life is hard right now for a lot of people, but there really is hope and healing to be found.  And not better time than now, to pursue more healing and freedom. Today we'll get a quick overview of what Trauma is, how it affects us and some beginning steps to healing.  Grab a friend and listen in.  Show Notes: Please note: The information on this Podcast is not a substitute for your own counseling.  If you need immediate help, go to your local emergency room or call: The NAMI HelpLine (Monday through Friday, 10 am–6 pm, ET). 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or or 800-273-8255. 
October 01, 2020
The Benefits of the Wilderness: Body, Soul and Spirit (Part Three)
Closing out Season One and the third of three episodes about the Wilderness. It's a big day around "Have You Not Heard?"!  Today we will explore how wilderness times effect our mind, will and emotions. I'll share benefits and stories from my personal experiences. Combined  with Part One and Part Two, on spirit and body, you will get a full picture of how wilderness with God is a normal part of our faith journey and can be looked at as opportunity to be strengthened in a way that is unique and necessary for our spiritual growth.  Romans 12:2; Isaiah 61:1-3; 1 Corinthians 10:5; John 15:4-5; Luke 4:1-13; Matthew 4:1-11 
September 10, 2020
The Benefits of the Wilderness: Body, Soul and Spirit (Part Two)
Today my guest is Kisa Raye. Kisa has her Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology, with over 30 years of experience in the health and wellness industry.  She shares her wisdom and  relates the spiritual journey with our bodies. Specifically, how we can learn more about the virtue of patience; and how quiet time and prayer effects us physically. Waiting: an essential ingredient in wilderness times with God, and for all of us in the times we are in. She also gives us some practical tips on bringing balance into our lives. Now don't we all need some of that?!  You can contact Kisa about her services or ask her follow-up questions at:    Angel's contact: 
September 03, 2020
The Benefits of the Wilderness: Body, Soul and Spirit. (Part One).
Wilderness experience is weaved throughout scripture and we seem to be in a world-wide one at the moment. These are times of uncertainty and lack. Join me as I chat with Rev. Dr. Debbie Huckaby about the biblical and personal implications of our wilderness experience. We'll look at the benefits and hardships and how to cooperate with what God is up to in our midst. Wilderness is a transformational place; an opportunity to enter into the new with God. 
August 27, 2020
Victory through Spiritual Warfare and Suffering
Today we have the joy of hearing and learning from my friend, Pastor Joyce Heard. She was with us in the "COVID and Racial Relations" episode. (If you haven't listened to it it!!:).  We are chatting about the reality of enemy warfare and suffering and how that plays out in our day and time. But more importantly we talk about our authority as believers in Christ, and how to utilize this truth against the darkness. Christ's shed blood and victory on the Cross and resurrection, affords us protection, offensive weapons and purpose in the middle of it all.  Listen. Learn. Share with your friends. Let's take steps to change the world, as we magnify the Lord together. YOU matter. How you choose to respond matters. YOU can make an impact. Let's DO this thing...empowered through Christ.  Scriptures: Ephesians 6:10-19; 1 Peter 5:6-11; Romans 16:20 
August 20, 2020
Stories of Redemption
Today we wrap up our Marriage series. You'll hear directly from Tonda B Solomon (Author, Speaker and Blogger) about her personal story of marriage redemption. And I'll tell a story from "Susan" whose marriage did not survive, but her life was redeemed.  God's healing prevails throughout our relationship issues. My prayer is that you will be encouraged to seek out God's healing for your own heart so that He can bring 'beauty out of the ashes; praise instead of mourning; joy instead of despair" (Isaiah 61:3) in your life and your relationships.  Show Notes: To find out more about Tonda or order her new book check out her website:
August 13, 2020
Love and Respect
Today we are changing things up a bit. My friend Kathleen interviews me regarding concepts in "The Perfecting Storm" and marriage in general. Join in as we discuss the power of love and respect; perseverance; and why the struggles in marriage are #worthit!  Hope you'll be inspired to do the hard stuff with God so He can do new things in your relationships.   Show Notes: Ephesians 5:21; 33  Larry Crabb, "Fully Alive"; "Understanding People": "Understanding Who You Are"; "The Marriage Builder" ; "Men and Women"; "Papa Prayer"  Emerson Eggerichs,  "Love and Respect" 
August 06, 2020
Rock Solid Marriages
Today we're talking about Contract vs Covenant in regards to marriage. Most of us seem to think a marriage is conditional, yet that is not what God's word says or what God's love empowers us to do. We are called into Covenant. For better and for worse. Listen in as I define what this means and, how we are enabled to walk this out. Also, we have a SPECIAL treat today: Tom and JoAnn Doyle of Uncharted Ministries are with us. They are accomplished ministers of the Gospel all over the world, authors, speakers and teachers. Yet, their greatest accomplishment is their 40-year marriage and the legacy they are leaving for their 6 children and 9+Grandchildren!  You can learn more about Tom and JoAnn and their ministry at:
July 30, 2020
Hearing God's Voice
As believers in Christ, we have the assurance in John 10 that we are 'hard-wired' to hear God's voice. We were created intimately by Him and created for intimacy with Him. Learning to discern whose voice we are listening to is a game-changer in our relationship with God, with our spouses and in other relationships. In this world that has so many voices, let's learn to hear the One voice that matters the most.  If you have comments or questions DM:  @angel.h.davis  Resources: Mark Virkler: Priscilla Shirer,  "Discerning the Voice of God: How to Recognize When God is Speaking "  Mark Batterson, "Whisper: How to Hear the Voice of God"  Angel H Davis, "The Perfecting Storm: Experiencing God's Best Through the Trails of Marriage"
July 23, 2020
True Healing
How does believing truth about who God says you are impact your marriage and other relationships? How does receiving forgiveness for your sins relate to healing? What does mind renewal mean? How do we heal from the traumas of life? That's what we are chatting about today. Hope you'll join in! 
July 16, 2020
The Clash of Two Kingdoms
Today we start digging into some of the concepts of healing and freedom from "The Perfecting Storm: Experiencing God's best through the trials of Marriage."  We look at the starting point or restarting point of a healthy marriage, using the backdrop of the book of Ephesians. Also, we differentiate between the Kingdom of Self and the Kingdom of God.  It's a choice, which one we decide to live out of. It's a game-changer in our marriages and any relationship we are in, so subsequently it can affect the world.  One person, allowing God to do what He desires in your heart; has immense influence. Grab a friend, a spouse, your small group and, listen in! 
July 09, 2020
COVID and Racial Relations
Elder Joyce Heard is an ordained Minister and Founder of the “United Hands for Change”, a program geared towards Racial Reconciliation, as well as the Founder of the "Hour of Prayer Line." She is a lover of Jesus and a amazing prayer Warrior! Our paths crossed about three years ago through our mutual passion to see Jesus elevated and prayer to be ignited in the Body of Christ. You’re going to love her and learn a lot. Zoom information:Topic: Let's Talk - Breathe Hope - Take Action Time: Jul 25, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 980 5523 5431 Password: 155328
July 02, 2020
The Power of One II
Following up with last weeks message with some real-life stories of transformation.  Be blessed and be encouraged to seek your own healing.  "With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible." (Matthew 19:26) 
June 18, 2020
The Power of One
Pastor, church planter, writer, podcaster, speaker, retreat leader, wife, mother and grandma. Carolyn Moore is the founding and lead pastor of Mosaic Church in, Evans, GA. (other than that, she has no talent:). She is wise, kind, insightful, humble, straight forward, and no-nonsense. Her main goal is to point people to Jesus and His incredible love and truth. Today she shares compelling wisdom from her years of experience and passion for the Gospel. We explore what God can do with one heart that is surrendered and in tune with Him. It might just alter your life for good...   Carolyn's writings can be found on Seedbed and her own blog, 
June 11, 2020
Chatting with a friend...about these troubling times.
Debra is my friend, and she happens to be African American.  We have journeyed together through life, as she raised 10 kids (YES, you heard me correctly!!); worked, got her GED, and Certificate as a Nursing Assistant. She is an amazing woman. Four out of those 10 kids have attended College and collectively, so far, they have provided her with 30 Grandchildren! To say she has a wide sphere of influence would be correct, even if we were just talking about her own family, but she doesn't stop there. She is truly special. Join us as we talk about life, the troubling times we are in, raising kids, and faith.  I think you'll be blessed! 
June 07, 2020
The Great Pursuit II: Bringing Light into the Darkness
 Join in as I share God's heart of love for us and the gift of rest and peace that can only come from Him. We'll explore why this is such an important topic to God and for us. In these dark times of our world, we need this now more than ever.  We have a hurting world that needs something to cling to. Jesus does not fail. THIS IS THE GREAT PURSUIT.  Scripture References: Hebrews 4:9-11; Matthew 18:3; Exodus 14:13-16
June 04, 2020
Thriving through Cancer
Meet Kim Brinson, a warrior like no other and one of my heroes. She’s a former High School History teacher; Home school Mom, and Director of an awesome swim camp. For the last 6 years she has been thriving through Stage 3c Ovarian Cancer; one day at a time. Not easy, but perhaps her years of endurance swimming prepared her for this journey. Join us as she shares some of her life stories and challenging moments of faith. You’ll be inspired, encouraged and pick up some incredible wisdom for the life ‘battles’ you are facing. In Kim's words: "We all got 'em."
May 28, 2020
The Great Pursuit
Today I have the privilege of chatting with my friend Kathleen Flynn about pursuing God's presence. What does that mean? How do we do it? Why does it matter? In this time of Pandemic it is even more poignant and important to cultivate intimacy with God and share His love with others. Listen in to find out more and share with others.   
May 21, 2020
Holistic Intervention for Anxiety and Depression with Brookes Vaughn,NP
Brookes, the founder of  Women's Health Company shares her medical know-how on understanding and combatting anxiety and depression. We talk about symptoms to watch for and evidenced-based healing tips. If you are into Holistic approaches, she is the girl for you. Besides she's a Dog Mom to Riggins, loves football, smart and lots of fun to be with...Tune in and be blessed.  WoCo Podcast
May 15, 2020
Mother’s Day 2020
Meet my Mom, Sandra Hunt. A woman of faith, integrity and grace. Listen in as we talk over each other (haha, but for real!!) and she shares wisdom and adventures from her life. I'm grateful to have the opportunity to share her with you.  **Additionally, I want to honor those of you who are grieving this Mother's day...for different reasons, this is a hard, painful day for you. I acknowledge the pain and hardship and my prayers and thoughts are with you.
May 10, 2020
A Story of Perseverance and Overcoming Anxiety
Join me as I chat with my friend Michelle Krakowiak. She is an amazing Wife and Mom of two boys, ages 3 and 7 months! She is smart (can you say: Molecular Biologist?), and savvy.  She is honest and open about her struggle with fear, anxiety, depression and OCD.  Michelle shares her history and journey of holistic recovery; how her faith played a role in her healing; what purpose came out of her pain, and tips for you or someone you know who might be dealing with this as well.  Resources suggested by Michelle:  Forgiveness: Total Forgiveness by RT Kendall The Bait of Satan by John Bevere, Anxiety and Depression: Hinds Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnand The Long Way Home by Mark Fairly Unhitching From the Crazy Train by Julie Sparkman Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Towns Pregnancy loss or Infertility: Hannah’s Hope by Jennifer Saake Christianity: Mere Christianity by CS Lewis The Reason for God by Tim Keller A Praying Life by Paul Miller Youtube videos/Podcasts: Bible Project
May 07, 2020
A Tsunami of Love
God's love is an antidote to fear and knowing His true character and our identity is key in dealing with fear. Today we'll talk about practical tools in dealing with fear. We'll explore how fear can actually be helpful at times. and healthy ways of handling it. Let's do this! Let's conquer fear and live in faith! 
April 30, 2020
We are in This Boat Together
Fear. Worry. Anxiety. Aren't we all experiencing this to some degree during this COVID crisis? You are not alone. Let's explore fear and faith and the possibility of obtaining peace through it all. 
April 22, 2020
What's it all about?
Welcome to the "Have You Not Heard?" Podcast. I wanted to take a few minutes to share with who I am and what is behind the content of this Podcast. Thanks for listening. I'm looking forward to journeying through life with you. 
April 16, 2020