Empathy enables us to understand a person’s feelings in a given situation by putting us in their shoes. It’s an amazing trait to have, but don’t become so empathetic that you’re weighed down by the heaviness of their situation, and are unable to act compassionately towards them. Pastor Becky encourages us to stop allowing empathy to restrict us, so we can move in to compassion.
Happiness isn’t an easy destination to reach – it’s often temporary, and easily stolen. Joy, on the other hand, can be permanent if we allow it. Tune in as Pastor Becky explains how we can find fullness of joy rather than striving to pursue happiness.
Our lives might look like plain, run-of-the-mill clay pots, but the truth is that we carry incredible spiritual treasure within us. Fine tune your eyes to see the extraordinary that God adds to your ordinary.
Sometimes we think we are much stronger spiritually than we actually are. We can’t rely on our own might, but rather we should condition ourselves in God’s strength. Lean in as Pastor Becky gives us valuable tips on how to strength train.
God’s vision is that we become immovable and unshakeable from our foundation in Him, but there is always opposition when we choose to make this stand. Tune in as Pastor Becky emboldens us to become immovable saints.
Join us for part 2 of the Dangerous Liaisons series as Pastor Becky Mpanza inspires us to love dangerously, just like Jesus did.
We have a choice to live either under the influence of the world, or the influence of the Kingdom of God. Pastor Becky Mpanza encourages us to live in the blood of Christ, not the water of this world.
Pastor Becky Mpanza encourages us to remain hopeful in all things, even when our hope is deferred. Our default is to hope, because we’ve been given Jesus, who has overcome all things.
Rahab’s confident faith gave her the courage to look at the threat of death in the face and live. Pastor Becky Mpanza delivers an inspirational message that empowers us to move from faith in our hearts to the proof of faith in our steps.
The parable of the lost son was written about the older, rather than the younger son. Pastor Becky Mpanza brings a fresh and revelatory perspective to the well-known story of the prodigal son, and encourages us to make the Father’s house a home.