In this podcast, Steve Backlund reveals a powerful principle about making decisions (big and small) in faith, rather than from duty or obligation. This message will inspire you towards embracing cheerfulness as one of the key indicators that we are giving our time, energy, and money in a healthy way.
Someone has overcome every negative circumstance we are facing. These testimonies of overcomers create hope we can overcome as well. In this message, Steve Backlund looks at some of the darkest moments in some of our favorite Bible characters, but he also shares how they came out of seemingly impossible circumstances. If they had breakthrough, so can we. Get ready for encouragement and hope in this message.
Joshua chapter one is an incredible chapter for those who want to enter their promised land. In this message, Steve unlocks one of the strongest verses from this incredible chapter – “This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success” (Joshua 1:8).
This is a great message to inspire you to break out of ruts in your declaration journey. It will also help those who have never made declarations to understand why they are an important part of our spiritual disciplines.
In this fun and practical message, Steve shares his journey of seeing problems as opportunities to see how big our God is. “Rejoice in that day and leap for joy.” This verse in Luke 6:23 caused Steve to do some radical things in his prayer times. You will be inspired to stir up the joy of the Lord in great ways through this message.
The biblical hero Hannah had a season of frustration where she concluded God’s ways were not working. Others (less sincere people around her) were blessed with what she wanted. All of us at times will experience what she experienced. In this message shares seven things God might be doing in us if we are feeling “It is not working!” Attachments area
The first question my wife Wendy would ask in the morning is, “How do I feel today?” She heard the Lord say, “That is the wrong question. The right question is, ‘What do I believe today?'” This podcast will open that truth up and help you believe the right things each day.
Sometimes things need to get worse before they get better. Often an argument, a failure, an exposure of sin, or some other kind of negative experience are the catalysts for godly sorrow, needed conversations, or the development of a needed plan for change. This message is not only a teaching, but it is a prophetic “now word” for what some of you are currently or recently experiencing.