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How do you live the most genuine version of yourself? What is your true identity, according to God? Matthew West's new book, 'Hello My Name Is' chronicles his journey through life and his search for purpose. In this raw, unedited discussion, he shares a few highlights, including how he got his high school nickname. ;)
Comedian Nazareth talks about United Airlines, the travel ban and growing up in the Middle East. (It's not political) Nazareth worked with Adam Sandler, Kevin James & Chris Rock, then God changed his life. Here's his story! www.LaughterForAll.org
In St Paul's letter to the Roman Church just under 2000 years ago he said:
"By entering through faith into what God has always wanted to do for us—set us right with him, make us fit for him—we have it all together with God because of our Master Jesus. And that’s not all: We throw open our doors to God and discover at the same moment that he has already thrown open his door to us. We find ourselves standing where we always hoped we might stand—out in the wide open spaces of God’s grace and glory, standing tall and shouting our praise."
Every Easter I hear skeptics pointing out how Jesus said something troubling while he was hanging on the Cross at Golgotha.
“My God My god why have you forsaken me?”
Is Jesus giving up on God? Is he losing his faith? Was he hoping God would step in and stop his death?
Not at all.
Jesus was actually quoting a Psalm 22, written by King David hundreds of years before Jesus was ever born.
I wanted to encourage you to read the Palm Sunday story again in the Gospels as we reflect on Lent. The people of Jerusalem were just as "ME" centered as we are today.
Jesus rode in to Jerusalem on a donkey about a week before his resurrection. In their culture, kings would often ride into a city on a horse when they came with intentions of war. Kings would ride in on a donkey when they came in peace
John Waller talks adoption, coffee & recovery from depression. www.CrazyFaithCoffee.com
Author, entrepreneur & fashion designer Kym Strong talks about empowering women to stand up to domestic violence.
She shares encouragement for our daughters who feel bullied or don't see a future with much hope.
Brit Gilmore is president of The Giving Keys. She was recently named one of Forbes 30 Under 30. She talks about how The Giving Keys is helping to transition people out of homeless situations and shares some powerful stories! www.TheGivingKeys.com