Who is Me?

This question has been asked for 2,000 years and still confounds philosophers, artists, and everyday Joes. Someone once said: “Sometimes I pretend to be normal but it gets boring, so I go back to being me!” But who is ME? In this week’s episode, Daphne and Angie look at 2 Corinthians 5:13, which says, “If […]

Overcoming Hurtful Words

Podcast Episode 135

This week on Identity Advantage, we were excited to have Janell Rardon, Life Coach and Author of Overcoming Hurtful Words, in our studio! In her book, she writes:  Those three A’s have tried to define many identities, including our own! Her new book is available this week in stores and at her website. Go get […]

Who’s Your Master?

“Don’t you realize that you become the slave of whatever you choose to obey?”  This was Paul’s question to the Romans. And it’s our discussion this week on Identity Advantage. Daphne and Angie talk about being a slave of sin or a slave of righteousness because there’s not a third or fourth option. We are […]

Skilled

I don’t know if I’ve told you, but I love basketball. And I understand the game because I grew up in a community where the head coach made sure even the youngest Little Dribbler learned the fundamentals. His name was Dean Weese. I’m not exactly sure how many years he coached altogether, but I do remember […]

No One Gets Dressed in Public

While attending a ladies Bible Study group, I was intrigued by a comment by one of the women regarding a statement from Lisa Bevere’s book “Fight Like a Girl.” She said, “I like how she said ‘Favor with God is realized in secret’ because too many times Christians seem to want to show off our Christianity in public and forget […]