Join Steve as he shares how gratitude is at the foundation of true joy.
Perfectionism is the reason many fail to thrive in life. Perfectionists often live in a state of dissatisfaction, concluding they don’t have talents and abilities that they truly possess. Listen to this message by Steve Backlund to help you defeat this enemy of excellence, joy, and fruitfulness.
Our hope level determines our influence level. It is difficult to influence people we do not have hope for. In this teaching, Steve will give you a key to increasing the type of people you have hope for.
Steve shares his frustration as a youth basketball player when his coaches would have him spend so much time practicing the basics (fundamentals) of the game. As he grew older, he began to appreciate the importance of practicing well. This message uses this experience to unlock a powerful truth for victorious living.
Abraham believed when things looked hopeless. He is an Old Testament person who is our New Covenant example of focusing more on beliefs than conduct. Get ready to have your believing strengthened as you listen to this inspiring word by Steve.
You don’t need to use King James language, have a beard, and be weird to be prophetic. In this message, Steve gives three practical steps to become highly prophetic and to release supernatural happenings around you.
Steve shares a revelation he received from one of his former dogs named Snoopy about the importance of not becoming dull of hearing, but to have a lifestyle of incredible hearing. Jesus says our future abundance is linked to what and how we hear. This message is crucial for those who want to impact the world.
We are called to radically impact others and the world for Christ. It is difficult to do this without having favor. In this teaching, Steve Backlund shares three things not to do on our journey to steward our favor well.
Our hopelessness about a problem is a bigger problem than the problem. This message will help you understand why, and will give you insights into how to walk in great hope and transformation.
Great communicators anticipate objections and anxieties people have concerning what they are communicating about. Whether this is in family conversations or in groups, the effective speaker helps the listeners by addressing these concerns before the listener even voice them. In this teaching, Steve will help you go to the next level of favor in your relationships and public speaking.