A Morning Prayer II
Make this a morning counted well, numbered right,
grant me the wisdom to honor the Son’s dawning
and grant me the patience to find
healing in His wings.
May I learn, in the journey from east to west
and the fifteen waking hours between
just how great the love
and how full the mercy
and how far my sin is cast away.
What does confession look like in prayer?
Rather than list out all we’ve done wrong or rack our brains for sins, confession is the grace of relationship. In this short episode Phylicia breaks down how to confess to God and why it’s so important to a Spirit-led life.
In this mini-series on prayer for the month of August, you’ll learn how to pray in unique ways. We begin the series with adoration: adoring God through thanksgiving and praise. Phylicia talks about how to do this with Scripture and some practical tips for implementing daily.
In this episode Phylicia breaks down biblical prophecy: What is it? How do we identify it? How does it go astray and how do we discern a biblical prophetic word from a false one? We will look at modern false prophecy in the world (psychics) and in the church (false teachers) and the process Jesus gave for handling such people.
Phylicia’s personal testimony has been shared in pieces via blog posts and social media, but never in one place. This week Phylicia shares her story of pornography addiction, theological wrestling, chronic illness and loss, and how the circumstances of the last decade have strengthened her faith to do what Every Woman a Theologian does today.
In light of the Amazon hit series Shiny Happy People, this week’s episode is about deconstructing legalism – and how to rebuild your faith when it all feels so messy. We look at progressive and conservative fundamentalism, why “check list” holiness is so deceitful and how to find true freedom on the other side.
In this episode Phylicia discusses whether Christians should boycott Target or other secular companies when their values differ from the Christian worldview. We look at a history of pagan marketplaces and 1 Corinthians 8 to answer the question!
After receiving multiple questions about consequences in parenting (and asking them herself) Phylicia dove into Scripture to see what it said about consequences, condemnation and punishment. Are they the same? Different? If different, how?
In this episode Phylicia shares some practical ways you can take a “social hour” bible study session to something with real meat.