Don’t Be Bullied

At any stage of life, our enemy, the devil, loves using the weaknesses of our flesh as a weapon against us; much like the bully who grabs our wrist, swinging it toward our face, yelling, “Quit hitting yourself! Quit hitting yourself!” Satan targets our insecurities and then laughs at our self-destruction, which is why the […]

Quick to Help?

I wonder if we ever thought about the fact that Jesus didn’t interview the people before He fed them? Yet, as His followers today, we are prone to ask questions like, “Why are you in this condition?” “What did you do wrong?” “Where’s your faith?” The account of Jesus feeding the multitudes is one of […]

Rejection, Part 2

Podcast Episode 139

Last week we talked about Rejection to Serenity. There seemed to be more to this topic because there are two sides of rejection — the one hurt and the one doing the rejecting. In this week’s episode of Identity Advantage, Daphne and Angie look at rejection from the other side. Why do we reject others […]

Forgotten Prayers

Podcast Episode 134

Are prayers ever really forgotten? If God keeps all our tears in a bottle (Psalm 56:8), don’t you think He keeps our prayers in remembrance too? In this episode of Identity Advantage, Daphne and Angie talk about those prayers given to God initially like a seed of hope, but then seemingly forgotten over time — […]

Finish Well

One of my desires is to run my race with joy. Regardless of good intentions, it’s easy to slip into grumbling and complaining without even realizing it. We fuss about the finances or lack of time to accomplish our goals. Then we justify our complaining by trying to cover it up with “faith” and “prayer” […]

The Head Game of Salvation

Here’s the question we answer on this week’s podcast: is sharing your faith an offensive move or a defensive move? Maybe, like us, you’ve never thought about that? In this episode of Identity Advantage, Daphne and Angie have special guest Pastor Ben Delay share his recent experience of ministering in China and how this question […]