Where did you see God?

A Movement of God in Virginia Beach

An episode of Where did you see God?

By Anyone with a story of God’s work
God wants us to share our stories.

When He speaks and works, He doesn't want us to simply keep it to ourselves; when we share what God has done, those around us are comforted, or encouraged, or challenged.

This podcast creates a space for the incredible content and stories God is creating, shared through your voice. We'll also dive deeper into what God is saying and doing, explore scripture, and discern how we can grow in hearing and seeing God.

Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836 or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseegod
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Meeting God in the midst of a struggling marriage
In episode 26, we hear from Bobby and Brenda Vickers, who just celebrated their 40th anniversary.  There's a lot of love between these too, but they get honest that there were many moments in their marriage that seemed hard and hopeless. And it was through their marriage that they met God in powerful ways.  It was through their marriage -- specifically those painful years -- that God did abundantly more than they could have ever expected. Whether you are married or single, there is a powerful message of the love God is calling us to in this episode; and if you are married, there is a challenge to get real with God about your experience.   Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  Learn more about how God's calling us: Pray: tinyurl.com/GrangerPray Follow: tinyurl.com/GrangerList Give: worldoutreach.org/707 If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, please continue joining us through financial support.  You can give at anchor.fm/wheredidyouseeGod, or at  https://worldoutreach.org/707 
1:01:00
July 31, 2019
Becca’s “unemployment” story
In episode 25, we hear from Paul's wife Becca, who has been behind the scenes in everything you've heard over the last 24 episodes; but as Paul's stories were being written, her own story was being written and intertwined with his.  We talk about how we often failed to honor each other's stories over our own, and how God was patient with us, bringing us to the place where our stories converged with a crazy family decision. Learn more about how God's calling us: Pray: tinyurl.com/GrangerPray Follow: tinyurl.com/GrangerList Give: worldoutreach.org/707 Check out these podcasts we referenced:  Creeds & Deeds: https://anchor.fm/al-washburn/episodes/TestimonyTuesday--Paul-e4gukc   Let god die: https://anchor.fm/letgoddie/episodes/112---paul-granger---eyes-open-to-God-at-work-e4h5uv    Learn more about YWAM, and how you can join in the movement, at YWAMVA.org Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, please continue joining us through financial support.  You can give at anchor.fm/wheredidyouseeGod, or at  https://worldoutreach.org/707 
50:26
July 10, 2019
How do you see God when you feel "unspiritual"?
In episode 24, we hear from Roger Hershberger, who has been serving with YWAM for decades.  We explore the idea of those spaces where we believe the Spirit can't work: when we feel we don't have the capacity, it's not the right people, or it's not the right space.  The truth is, the Spirit can work wherever, and through whomever, He wants! Learn more about YWAM, and how you can join in the movement, at YWAMVA.org Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, please continue joining us through financial support.  You can give at anchor.fm/wheredidyouseeGod, or at  https://worldoutreach.org/707 
42:04
June 25, 2019
Making space for the Spirit
In Episode 23, Jadon and Bailey Franklin (with a cameo from Dustin Campbell), share their story of seeing the Spirit at work in Kenya, when all they did was create the space and step in obedience.  How can we, today, make space for the Spirit to move in and through us? Learn more about YWAM, and how you can join in the movement, at YWAMVA.org Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, please continue joining us through financial support.  You can give at anchor.fm/wheredidyouseeGod, or at  https://worldoutreach.org/707 
49:01
June 20, 2019
Radical Hospitality and Transformation
In episode 22, Jesse Carmichael, of YWAM Richmond, shares the story of how God transformed his friend Lawrence in a dramatic way, and how Jesse was privileged to see it because of his willingness to practice radical hospitality. Learn more about YWAM, and how you can join in the movement, at YWAMVA.org Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, please continue joining us through financial support.  You can give at anchor.fm/wheredidyouseeGod, or at  https://worldoutreach.org/707 
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June 10, 2019
A Movement of God in Virginia Beach
In episode 21, we hear the stories of Chris and Fauger, two men who didn't know each other, but who God brought together in an unexpected way, to engage a movement He began many years prior through dreams and prophetic words, connecting people from around the world; through a random RV, visions, and not one, but two statues of Neptune... This week marks the official start of the Virginia Beach location of YWAM Virginia, and God has made it clear He has something in store. As you listen, be in prayer for the family and friends of those lost during the mass shooting on 5/31/2019.  If you are located in Virginia Beach, YWAM staff are making themselves available all week to pray for you at an outdoor prayer station (learn where at www.facebook.com/YWAMVB) Learn more about YWAM, and how you can join in the movement, at YWAMVA.org   Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  If you appreciate what God is doing through this podcast, please continue joining us through financial support.  You can give at anchor.fm/wheredidyouseeGod, or at  https://worldoutreach.org/707 
1:05:53
June 4, 2019
Kyle & John, Part 3: Resurrection and Unity
In Episode 20, we hit Part 3 of 3 of the story of Kyle and John. Kyle was shot in the back of the head, and John was on the team of physicians. And God showed up, healing both the natural man and the spiritual man.  But He wasn't done yet: He wanted to demonstrate His power in unity. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." 
48:18
May 8, 2019
Kyle & John, Part 2: Near-death of the spiritual
In Episode 19, we hit Part 2 of 3 of the story of Kyle and John.  Kyle was shot in the back of the head, and John was on the team of physicians. And while Kyle's natural body was dying, John would learn that his spiritual body was dying. But God showed up. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." 
39:37
May 8, 2019
Kyle & John, Part 1: Near-death of the physical
In Episode 18, we hit Part 1 of 3 of the story of Kyle and John. Kyle was shot in the back of the head, and John was on the team of physicians. And God showed up. This is a miracle story; Parts 2 and 3, however, show that it's more than a miracle story. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." 
51:02
May 8, 2019
Knowing who you are and whose you are
In Episode 17, my friend Iesha and I finally sit down; we have no idea where the conversation will go, but we know if we invite the Holy Spirit, He'll show up.  He does. I am so grateful for Iesha's vulnerability in this episode around her journey in naming and affirming her true identity, not the one the world would give her.  Excerpt from "My Utmost for His Highest" by Oswald Chambers. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." 
57:21
April 30, 2019
"The unemployment story" (or how God called me into foolishness)
Underlying all of the previous 15 episodes has been the story of my unemployment, which I've only shared in snippets to this point.  For the last couple months I've tried to sit and record; it took 4 attempts to finally get it out. Sharing it now brings trepidation, for many reasons, but I can't shake the sense there is something God is trying to do in the telling. But do not be fooled: this is not the story of me getting a job. This is the story of God working in ways I never expected, of Him calling me to things the world would call foolish, of my dying to self over and over, and of God showing just how in control, and wise, and loving He is. This is the story of how silly our stories are, and how incredible God's are.  If you’d like to join me in a movement of God, click here: https://mailchi.mp/4b8a14d90ce0/exciting-news-for-both-of-us Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."  Podcoin
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April 21, 2019
“He met me in my mess to give me a message”
In the years that I've been friends with Tennicia, I have watched her persevere from hard situation to hard situation.  As a single mother of four, every day demands more from her than she may feel she can offer, but on 11/8 she began a journey of faith that showed her, not just what God could do in her life, but what He could move in her soul. Tennicia's story is powerful, and while the enemy tried to stop it, she believes God wanted her to share it because someone needs to hear it.  Let us know if you were that someone!   Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/  The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
1:02:41
February 13, 2019
Meeting God through obedience
In the unofficial sequel to Episode 13, Carolyn shares how she met God -- and continues to meet God -- through obedience, and we also discover how sneaky God can be in orchestrating amazing stories (see: I learn that the Logan/Carolyn connection didn't stop at my 1am email.) Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
43:16
January 17, 2019
Meeting God through loss & addiction
I couldn't sleep one night, and at 1:30am I felt the nudge to email my friend Logan about sharing his story on the podcast.  He happened to be up, and was immediately on board.  Since I first heard his story by my fire pit -- a story of God showing up through loss and addiction -- I've felt strongly it's a story people needed to hear. If you, or someone you know, are wrestling with addiction, and you live in the Richmond area, you are welcome to visit the "Hand In Hand" NA group that meets at 2906 Q street, Richmond, VA 23223.  IMPORTANT CORRECTION: The group will now meet Wednesdays, instead of Monday’s, at 12:30.   Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/   The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." 
36:08
January 14, 2019
Advent -- a light in the darkness
I woke up this morning, checked out the verse of the day, and felt a nudge to record an advent episode.    Advent calls us to HOPE.  To PEACE.  To LOVE.  To JOY. In this season, God is giving us stories to tell; those stories have the power to transform us, astonish others, and show that God truly is "God with us."  Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey." 
16:47
December 24, 2018
The stones will cry out
In this episode, we're joined by Daniel and Phil of "The Lamp-post Listener Podcast" to explore how God not only speaks through scripture, but through literature, movies, plays, and more. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
50:02
December 20, 2018
Live from the hospital
In this episode, I'm recording in a hospital gown with heart sensors and IV tubes galore. After an unexpected blackout, I found myself in a midst of a hospital stay that went from a quick look-over to a nearly-a-week stay full of MRIs and EKGs. It was also full of God. Due to the signals coming from the medical equipment, some segments contain varying levels of interference. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
24:42
December 5, 2018
Unity in the pit
In this episode, we hear stories from Garland and Murray on how they met God in the midst of "the pit". You know the pit: those seasons when you feel like you've fallen into a deep place from which you can't climb, where you feel hurt and forgotten. Not only does God meet us in the pit, but He uses what may have been "intended for evil" for good, as the shared sufferings of the Body become our secret weapon against the enemy. By sharing their stories, Garland and Murray are helping us to resist and stand. Note: in an old clip, I say "excavation", and meant to say "erosion". Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
36:59
November 22, 2018
The secret to experiencing God
In this episode, I sit with Chris Lee, Associate Pastor of Outreach and Pastoral Care at East End Fellowship, and together we discover the secret to experiencing God: Love. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
1:01:00
November 15, 2018
Position yourself.
In this episode, we sit with Hunter Scott, a second year Resident with CHAT, to explore how to position ourselves to experience God, and how God shows up. We also hear a story from faithful listener Christen. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
47:04
November 14, 2018
The Crazy Prayer Thing: Part Two
In this episode, I continue the story of how God called me to pursue a house, but never promised to give us the house; in fact, it was clearly impossible, and there was nothing I could do to change it. However, God wasn't done telling the story; working through Mary Thompson, Daniel Payne, our real estate agent Alison McCabe, and many others, God showed that He was God, He was good, and He could do the impossible. Buying or selling a house? You can find "Alison Snow McCabe, Richmond Real Estate" on FB, or contact her at (804) 380-3694 and alisonmccabe@kw.com. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
50:00
November 3, 2018
The Crazy Prayer Thing: Part One
In this episode, I share about the time God told me to buy a house; or more, how God said, "I want you to enter the process, but I'm not promising you'll get the house." I'm joined by Mary Thompson and Daniel Payne who, unbeknownst to me, would become integral parts of the story God was crafting. Buying or selling a house? You can find "Alison Snow McCabe, Richmond Real Estate" on FB, or contact her at (804) 380-3694 and alisonmccabe@kw.com. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
39:12
November 3, 2018
Does God really speak through Scripture?
In this episode, we sit down with Erin Rose, Worship and Teaching Pastor at East End Fellowship, to explore why we should trust this book of words called the Bible, and how God actually does still speak through it. We also hear stories from Heather and Marti on how God used scripture to impact their lives. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or https://www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
47:20
October 25, 2018
Why is it so hard to tell God's stories?
In this episode, Toya Obasi and I explore the reasons why it's hard to believe we have stories to tell and discuss why telling our stories can be so valuable. We also hear a God-story from David Bailey, Executive Director of Arrabon. We also discover that Psalm 40:9-10 makes for a great podcast-theme-verse! Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or https://www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
41:23
October 23, 2018
Can you really hear God's voice?
In this episode, we sit down with Doug Paul, Pastor of Vision and Mobilization at East End Fellowship, to explore how it's not only possible to hear God's voice, but anyone can do it, even if they're not even sure what to think of God. We also hear stories from Christen, Kaylin, and Bethany, of how they experienced God. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or https://www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
38:59
October 16, 2018
Why this exists & the question that changed my life
In this episode, we explore the reasons why this podcast even exists -- and more, why we are called to share our stories of what God is saying and doing -- and hear the story of the question Rob Prestowitz, Executive Director of UrbanPromise Wilmington, asked me 12 years ago that changed my life. Have a story? You can leave a brief message at (804) 372-3836, or https://www.facebook.com/wheredidyouseeGod/ The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
31:42
October 4, 2018
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