Equipping individuals with hope, joy, and divine strategies for success.
256 – “I Have To” Vs. “I Get To”
Our words reflect our deepest beliefs. In this message, Steve Backlund reveals how simply changing our language from "I have to" to "I get to" will cause us to upgrade our beliefs about our lives and commitments, which will then increase our personal victory and influence.
255 – Overcoming Limiting Preconceived Expectations
Many miss what God is doing and saying because of preconceived notions that He will only manifest or speak in certain ways (or only use a certain kind of person). This message will help you overcome any tendency you have in this direction and increase the likelihood you will embrace the new things God is doing.
254 – Delight Yourself in the Lord
"Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart" (Psalms 37:4). Join Steve Backlund as he reveals the importance of this truth and shares practical ways to implement it into your life.
253 – Never Stop Starting
Everyone feels like quitting a good habit at times because of apparent failure. Whether it be a spiritual discipline, a beneficial lifestyle habit, exercising & eating right, prioritizing key relationships, writing a book, or something else, we will find ourselves not meeting the standard we have set for ourselves. In this encouraging message, Steve Backlund gives you six reasons why we should never stop starting doing the things we believe we are to do.
252 – Taking the High Road
“If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men” (Romans 12:18). Taking the high road means maintaining integrity and honor even when others don’t. In this podcast, Steve Backlund shares this vital, timely message for those who want to strengthen their ability to do relationships well, build trust in the eyes of others, and increase personal fulfillment.
251 – Faithful in Circumstantial Prisons
But the Lord was with Joseph . . . and the keeper of the prison committed to Joseph’s hand all the prisoners who were in the prison and whatever he did, the Lord made it prosper (Genesis 39:21-23). Because Joseph was good in prison, he was promoted to a place of authority in the Palace. We all are in some sort of prison of circumstantial restriction in our lives. When we are faithful in these situations, it sets us up for unexpected promotion. In this message, Steve Backlund gives you vision and wisdom to thrive even in the prison situations of our lives.