Why does the New Testament only speak of “sons” and not “sons & daughters?” Is this just another example of sexism in the scriptures, or are there actually compelling reasons for describing God’s children in this way? Let’s talk about it…
“I’m only human.” “Hey, nobody’s perfect.” “I promise I’ll try to do better from now on.”
We all say things like this, right? But when we do, it exposes the truth that we are actually living under a false identity.
For generations Christian women were told that their services in the Church were few and well-defined: things like minding the kids or working in the kitchen preparing food. But what does the Bible actually say about the role of women?
Guilt, shame and condemnation are destiny killers. These powerful lies have destroyed so many lives by convincing people that there is no hope for them to have a better life.
But God’s truth and grace are greater and He will not only set you free and heal you, He will restore what was lost… as if it never happened.
Chaplain Jackie Carrero is our special guest on this episode of Strategic Insights.
What if the prophetic is supposed to be so much more than what we’ve seen thus far? We’ve all heard the “gloom, doom and disaster” prophecies, generic personal prophecies of blessing, annual prophecies of “what God is about to do” or the next “new season” coming our way, etc.
What if the prophetic was meant for catalyzing real, sustainable transformation in the world around us? Let’s explore what that possibility looks like.