For today’s dose of Faith, we want you to know that you are Priest and Kings unto God. You have a calling and responsibility to preach the gospel to all men. You may be the very contact person God is trying to use to help others and the very answer to someone’s prayer. The moment that you say yes to God, He will meet you on whatever stormfront you’re facing, moving heaven and earth to supply your needs with heavenly resources. Don’t sit and curse the darkness waiting for something to change when you should be lighting a candle in the darkness. Remember today that the Word of God says in Philippians 4:19, “And this same God who takes care of me will supply all your needs from his glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus.” Our special guest and very dear friend is Pastor Barry Carpenter of the United Methodist Church in Daphne, Al.
On today’s show, we have Rob Collins. He is Philip’s longtime friend, singer, and a former pastor. God has given him a passion for equipping people to be empowered to serve in the church. It’s only when you serve others that you find your true purpose and value of the meaning in life. He believes that it’s a part of God’s call to us as the church body to step up and support one another. The Word of God says that we are to go out and make disciples of all men through Jesus Christ. It is not just about the pastor or just about the congregants, it’s about the community of believers in the church lifting up one another and supporting our pastor. We want to encourage you to find a way and reach our to your pastor and lend your support to them. We hope you enjoy your dose of Daily Faith! “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” Matthew 28:19
For today’s daily dose of faith, we are excited to share with you our guest, Zach Drew. He is the host of the Zach Drew Show and a researcher on current events. He has some vital information to share with you about what is going on in our country from the current SCOTUS nominee to our school system and abortion. This is the most important election in history. This is a battle between life and death, about our history, constitution, and our religious freedoms. Everything is at stake. We are not voting on personalities, we’re voting for what we believe in. We believe that it’s time for the church to be fully informed and take a stand in fighting for the soul of America. There is nothing impossible for our God. And as we stand for Him, He will fight for us. We want to encourage you today as you make a stand for the Lord. “For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. But he who does the truth comes to the light, that his deeds may be clearly seen, that they have been done in God.” John 3:20-21
Today is Family Friday and the Lord has impressed upon our hearts to share with you about Household Salvation. Do you know a family member who is struggling to find their identity, someone who is lost and needs to be radically saved by Jesus? As a believer in Christ Jesus, the Lord has given you the authority over the devil to cast him out of your house. We want you to know that you can be the bridge between them today. You can be the one who shares the love of Jesus with them. No matter what is going on, who they are, or what they are into, they are never out of our Saviors reach. The Lord is there with open arms waiting to welcome them home. We want to believe with you by faith that your house can be radically saved for Jesus. Make this declaration over your house today. “But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Judges 24:15
On today’s show, we want to bring you your daily dose of Faith with our guest, Pastor Scott Ethridge from Shreveport, LA. Their church was recently hit by the storm and he wants to share with you what Jesus has done for them. Whatever storm that you may be going through today, whether physically or spiritually, we want to encourage you to lean into God during this time. Hold tightly to His promises. When you do that you are making a statement of faith and trust in the Lord. God becomes your safe place, your rock, and refuge during times of struggle. There may be some obstacles in the way, or some debris flying around, but be of good courage, the Lord sees you and He is sending help to you right now!
“I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.” Psalms 91:2 NKJV
Today, with Pastor Myles Holmes we have switched gears to talk about politics and the current state of the church in America. We want to share some helpful tools and inform you about the upcoming Presidential election, November 2020, with a fired up no holds barred guest. You need to vote for what you believe in, not for what personality is best. We are in a battle for the soul of America and the devil would like nothing better than to destroy Christainity wipe it from the history books forever. America was founded on Biblical principles and it’s imperative that all Christains stand up and take back this country for the Lord. We want to encourage you today to seek the Lord and use the voice that God has given you and speak up for what you believe.
Matthew 28:18-19, “And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go [c]therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,.” On today’s show our guest, Pastor Glenn Bleakney would like to talk to you about the importance of mentorship and discipleship. As the body of Christ in the church we should all be willing to come together and help teach others the ways of the Lord. Being a disciple is meant to help mend the brokenness and prepare you for effectiveness in the church. We are to be the light of the world and share the truth of Jesus to all.
Today’s guest is Derek Draughon from Saraland First in Mobile, AL. We want to tell you today that Jesus is the answer. You may be going through the worst storm in your life and you haven’t got a clue of what to do or which way looks up to you. But we want to encourage you that there has never been a storm before that has not blown itself out. Instead of batting down the hatches, it’s time to hoist the sails and lean into the Lord. He is our rock and refuge from every storm. Trust in the Lord, God will see you through it. We speak “peace, be still” to the storms of life around you and know that the very thing that caused you pain will be the very thing that will feed you. “Then He arose and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, “Peace, be still!” And the wind ceased and there was a great calm.” Mark 4:39 NKJV
Our guest on today’s show is Teresa Pritchard. She co-pastors with her husband at Fayetteville Community Church in Fayetteville, NC. She leads a Bible study group for women in her church. One topic that she would like to share with you is on Deborah. One night the Lord woke her up and gave her a word calling her, “Deborah”. Referenced in the book of Judges in the Bible, Deborah was a prophetess, wife and judge. Teresa would like to share with you some powerful points that the Holy Spirit gave her on the life of Deborah and how it correlates to the times that we are living in now. Women have a vital place in our homes not only to be a wife, mother and caregiver, but also a teacher for her family. She believes that God is passing down the “Deborah Mantle” and is calling her to help teach and raise up women all over this country for the Kingdom of God. God is shaking the things that can be shaken all around us and it’s time for women to wake up and rise to action in our homes for the Lord.
Please join us today as we discuss the history of revival and how it’s possible for revival to spark in your own heart. Our guest, Jeri Hill, is the wife of the late great Evangelist, Steve Hill. Together they were living in revival, being doers of the Word of God and making disciples for Christ, winning souls all over the world. It wasn’t always easy going after the Presence of the Lord, but they never lost sight of Him, or the longing to be close to Him. Later on, in the battle over Steve’s health God gave Jeri instructions on what to do and showed her He would never leave her. As she cried for the loss of her husband, God spoke to her not to cry for what’s lost, but to cry out for the lost. She has learned that it’s not over until God says so. With a renewed passion for the lost, she continues in the legacy they built together with the Steve Hill School of Evangelism.
Matthew 28:19 “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,”
On today’s show we have guest Pastor Mark Ivey of Christ Alive Church, Newtown, NC. He has started in his church 52 Days of Prayer, based on the Book of Nehemiah. The Word of God says in 2 Chronicles 7:14, “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” Americans are fighting for the soul of her country. We believe that God can heal our land if we would only surrender to Him with all of our hearts. We want to encourage everyone that as we enter into this election season to join with us and pray for God’s direction for America.
Do you feel like you are in the storm of your life and you feel like all hope is lost? That your anchor is dragging the bottom of the sea and won’t hold to anything? Pastor Tony McAfee is our guest today and he has a rhema word that he wants to share with you. You are not alone, Jesus is here for you He will never leave you nor forsake you. There is no obstacle, circumstance, or storm that the Lord will not see you through. You have come too far to let go of your anchor and give up now. We want to remind you of the Lord's promises and encourage you to not let go and to keep your hope anchored, holding tightly to God. “This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the Presence behind the veil,.” Hebrews 6:19
Taking a leap of faith sounds like a scary thing to do, especially in the world we live in today. There are so many voices and opinions of what we should do that we miss out on hearing from God, causing setbacks and delays in our life. Our biggest fear is failure. We have a tendency to look at all the fears and failures in our life, because of the unknown. We neglect to see how God sees us. God sees us as His children, not as the sins that we have committed. He is standing there like the Prodigal Father waiting to welcome us back home. Philip and his guest, Mark Pfeifer want to encourage you to take that leap of faith. Step out into what God is calling you to do and we know that He will catch you with open arms. Mark Pfeifer is the lead pastor at Open Door Church in Chillicothe, Ohio.
“Out with the old and in with the new.” We believe that it’s time for the church to move forward in living for the Kingdom of God. Our guest on today's show, Pastor Craig Wendel of South Point Church, would like to share with you his thoughts on what the Lord has been telling him about The Kingdom of God. As the body of Christ we are called to live and preach the kingdom of God in peace, joy and righteousness. We are not called to live in fear of what man says allowing the current events to change our identity in Christ. We believe that God is allowing this shaking process to turn things around in this country, to bring about true disciples and followers of Christ. “Now this, “Yet once more,” indicates the removal of those things that are being shaken, as of things that are made, that the things which cannot be shaken may remain.” Hebrews 12:27
Please join Philip and his longtime friend, pastor and guest on today’s show, Phil Hastie. We believe that the Lord has a rhema word for you today. By faith we speak out that it is not over until the Lord says it’s over! We want to encourage you to keep going, keep pressing into the Lord as He is fighting your battles and providing your every need in Christ Jesus. Nothing is too big for our God. You are not alone, Jesus is here. Whatever your circumstances may be, or what they may look like, or if you just need to hear an encouraging word from someone, we have a word for you today. Please join us and open your heart to receive all that our Father has for you. He loves you so much!
“Your words have upheld him who was stumbling, And you have strengthened the feeble knees;” Job 4:4
Today we are talking about praise and worship with Pastor Andy Colograsso. He is the worship leader at Maranatha Fellowship in Saint Albans, WV. Philip and Pastor Andy want to share with you the importance of praise and worship and how it is vital to our daily walk with Christ. Praise and worship is not just something that you do in a Sunday service. It’s a longing from your heart in submission to meet with our Heavenly Father. The Word of God says that He inhabits the praises of His people. Praise and worship is the greatest weapon God has given to you to use against the powers of darkness all around you. When you worship the Lord it increases the level of intimacy with God that brings about miracles in your life. God owns the cattle on a thousand hills, but He desires to meet with you in your secret place. When you give God your yes, He will move heaven and earth to meet with you.
…”And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!” Matthew 7:21-23