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Empowering YOU to live By His Grace



Host Misty Phillip, the author of The Struggle is Real: But So is God inspires you to overcome the struggles of life. Misty and guests openly share about challenges in life, and how God’s amazing grace, hope, and love changes everything. By His Grace Podcast is for everyone who wants to know they are not alone in facing adversity and know that God’s grace is enough to get them through.

By His Grace Misty Phillip

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Empowering YOU to live By His Grace



Host Misty Phillip, the author of The Struggle is Real: But So is God inspires you to overcome the struggles of life. Misty and guests openly share about challenges in life, and how God’s amazing grace, hope, and love changes everything. By His Grace Podcast is for everyone who wants to know they are not alone in facing adversity and know that God’s grace is enough to get them through.

    Pastor Jarrett Stephens: The Always God

    Pastor Jarrett Stephens: The Always God

    In this episode of By His Grace, I interview my head pastor, Jarrett Stevens. Jarrett serves on the Ministry team at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. He shares his testimony, how God led him to ministry, and the lessons that He’s learned on the journey. We discuss his new book, The Always God, and he reminds listeners of any His Grace that God never changes and that they are not forgotten. 

    Key Takeaways



    * “If you preach to people who are broken and hurting, you’ll never lack for an audience.” 

    * “When God gives you a message, you have got to get it out.” 

    * “He hasn’t changed. You are not forgotten.” 

    * “You never have to lose hope when God’s in your corner.” 

    * “Even in death, there’s a resurrection.” 

    * “The call of our life as followers of Jesus is to trust God.” 

    * “The call of our life is to trust and entrust.” 

    * “Even if it doesn’t change, I’m going to trust you and entrust myself to you.”

    * “We live tethered in two worlds. This is not our home.” 

    * “Ultimately, God’s dream for us is to conform us to the image of Christ.” 

    * “Jesus, you are the always God.” 



    Resources 



    * Pastor Jarrett’s newest book: https://www.amazon.com/Always-God-Hasnt-Changed-Forgotten/dp/B08JCZRJRT/ref=mp_s_a_1_3

    * Pastor Jarrett’s website: https://jarrettstevens.com

    * Champion Forest Baptist Church: https://www.championforest.org



    Connect with Pastor Jarrett on Social Media! 



    * Instagram: https://instagram.com/jarrettstephens

    * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/championforest/

    * Twitter: https://twitter.com/jarrettstephens



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    • 25 min
    Rabbi Jason Sobel: Conversation with a Messianic Rabbi

    Rabbi Jason Sobel: Conversation with a Messianic Rabbi

    In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Rabbi Jason Sobel. Rabbi Jason Sobel is a thought leader, spiritual guide, and Jewish follower of Yeshua (Jesus). He is co-founder of Fusion with Rabbi Jason, a ministry dedicated to sharing teachings and resources that reconnect ancient Jewish wisdom with the teachings of the New Testament.

    In this episode, Jason and I have an important discussion about the Jewish roots of the Bible, their historical significance, and their significance as related to both the Christian and the Jewish faith. As a Jewish follower of Yeshua, Jason brings a unique and much-needed perspective on the Messiah and the work that He came to do. Listen in to this powerful message to be encouraged, equipped, and inspired to engage the scriptures and to appreciate their Jewish roots. In addition to the message, be sure to listen to the conclusion of the show where Rabbi Jason prays a traditional Jewish blessing over the listeners.

    Key Take-Aways

    – “The Chosen takes a different look at the life of Jesus than many of the other portrayals of Him.”

    – “The most Jewish thing you can do is believe in Jesus.”

    – “Satan thought he was foiling the plan of God, but He was actually fulfilling it.”

    – “My heart’s desire is for all of the Jewish people and all of Israel to understand that Yeshua is the promised Messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures.”

    – “He came the first time as a suffering servant,  as the lamb, but He’s returning as the son of David, as the lion of the tribe of Judah.”

    – “When you see the Jewish roots, you see the Bible in high definition.”

    Resources

    – Jason’s website:https://www.fusionglobal.org

    – The Chosen TV Series: https://watch.angelstudios.com/thechosen

    – Jason’s new book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08BYYV13Q/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1

    Connect with Jason on Social Media!

    – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rabbijasonsobel/

    – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rabbijasonsobel/

    – Twitter: https://twitter.com/rabbijasonsobel

     

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    • 18 min
    Anne Watson: Shake Off The Critics

    Anne Watson: Shake Off The Critics

    In this episode of the By His Grace podcast, Anne Watson and I discuss facing critics, handling our inner critic, and the importance of loving ourselves as Jesus commands us to. 

    Key Takeaways 



    * “When you begin getting critics is actually when you know that you are stirring the waters, that you’re making a difference, you’re making an impact, you’re having influence because you are creating emotion in people.” 

    * “If I loved myself, how would I respond in this situation?”

    * “If you would not talk to somebody else that way, don’t talk to yourself that way.”

    * “Love God, love your neighbor, love yourself.”

    * “The whole Bible is a love letter to us. We have to start by believing it.” 

    * “We have to give ourselves permission to shake it off.”

    * “If Jesus can’t escape the critics, neither can we.” 



    Resources

    Anne’s website: https://annemwatson.com

    Scripture References:

    Matthew 10:4, Matthew 10:15, Luke 9:5, Mark 6:11

    Connect with Anne on Social Media!

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annewatsontx/

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    • 35 min
    Mazi Robinson: Conquering the Inner Critic

    Mazi Robinson: Conquering the Inner Critic

    On this episode of By His Grace, I interview Mazi Robinson. Mazi is a Licensed Professional Counselor and speaker specializing in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self-worth challenges, relationship concerns, and life stage transitions. In addition to her work as a Therapist, Mazi maintains an active motivational speaking schedule, presenting workshops on topics such as anxiety, healthy relationships, self worth, personal growth and healing, purposeful living, and life stage transitions. 

    Mazi is also the Founder and Director of Cultivate Atlanta. Cultivate’s mission is to give women both the access and opportunity to pursue emotional, mental, and spiritual health, so they can cultivate a life of joy, courage, and freedom.

    In 2017, Mazi and her team began hosting bi-monthly Gatherings, which serve as a place and resource for the women of Atlanta to learn and grow together. She is also the host of Cultivate’s podcast, Rooted & Established, which expands on the conversations that begin in counseling sessions and at the Gatherings, and provide another resource for women looking for emotional health insights and encouragement. 

    Mazi and I discuss the inner critic, how to identify it, where the inner critic comes from, how to combat it, and how to let failure be a teacher for us. She provides practical strategies and insight that is applicable to anyone struggling to conquer the fear of failure and the inner critic. 

    Key Takeaways 



    * “Some of our inner critics may be louder than others, but we all have an inner critic.” 

    * “There is a direct correlation between our anxiety level and the volume of our inner critic.” 

    * “There is a great connection between procrastination and our inner critic.”

    * “We recognize that our inner critic shouting is actually a symptom of us being courageous.” 

    * “Your inner critic never shouts truth.” 

    * “Inner critics are nocturnal.” 

    * “Our inner critic always comes from someone else’s voice.” 

    * “The goal of the inner critic’s goal is to get you to stop being brave.” 

    * “The inner critic’s goal is to get you to stop being vulnerable.” 

    * “Replace the lie with the truth.” 

    * “You are loved. There is no failure on Earth that can change that.” 

    * “If you live brave enough, you’re going to fail.” 

    * “Failure takes on meaning when we allow it to teach us and we allow it to be redeemed.” 



    Resources

    Mazi’s website: https://mazirobinson.com/about-mazi

    Cultivate Atlanta: https://www.cultivateatlanta.com

    Connect with Mazi on social media! 

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultivateatlanta/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mazirobinsonlpc/

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    • 27 min
    Lucas Miles: The Christian Left

    Lucas Miles: The Christian Left

    In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Lucas Miles.

    Lucas is a trusted voice in the American church who has consistently addressed some of the most challenging topics in theology, politics, and culture. He is the host of Faithwire’s The Lucas Miles Show and a cohost of The Church Boys podcast. Lucas and his work have been featured in books and on TV and radio programs, as well as syndicated in articles across both political and religious news outlets. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed book Good God: The One We Want to Believe In but Are Afraid to Embrace.

    An ordained pastor with over twenty years of ministry experience, Lucas has been involved in dozens of church planting efforts in the US and in remote locations not least of which is his local ministry, Nfluence Church, where he and his wife, Krissy, have been serving since planting the church in 2004.

    Key Takeaways

    “This isn’t a Republican or Democrat thing for me. This is really about what do we believe about scripture? What do we believe about Jesus?”

    “I think that our faith can guide our politics, but our politics should not dictate our faith.”

    “Just because something is called Christian, doesn’t mean all Christian content is equal.”

    “If you’re a disciple and a Christian, it should lead you to a pro-life position.”

    “To love someone is to have grace for them and it’s also being willing to speak truth to them.”

    “The only way to break the cycle is to die to ourselves.”

    “Here’s the beautiful thing about Christianity. I speak love to everyone.”

    “If we don’t tether ourselves to something, we have a tendency to get carried with the current.”

    “When we’re connected to the source, we can find unity in the body of Christ.”

    Resources

    Lucas’ website: https://lucasmiles.org

    Lucas’ latest book: https://lucasmiles.org/books/

    Lucas’ church: https://nfluencechurch.org

    Connect with Lucas on Social Media! 

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrlucasmiles/channel/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrLucasMiles/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/lucasmiles

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    • 30 min
    Emily Lex: Identity in Christ

    Emily Lex: Identity in Christ

    On this episode of By His Grace, I interview artist and author, Emily Lex. Emily believes our passion and purpose   play out over the seasons of our life.  Our conversation centers around, the importance of knowing our identities in Christ, and tells us about the freedom and lightness that is found in Christ.She shares her journey of becoming an artist and working with watercolors. She believes the job of an artist is to look into the world, find God’s beauty and capture it, and share it with the world. At the end of this episode, Emily offers a beautiful prayer for the weary woman. 

    Emily shares about her journey of spiritual formation,She explains spiritual formation begins with acknowledging the way that you’ve been doing things is no longer working and letting go of the external things. So you can live open-handed to allow God to put back into your hands the things that are from Him.. Living open-handed allows her to give the good things that she’s received back to the world.

    Acknowledge there is a problem. Let go of the things that are keeping you bound, and keep you looking for your identity in places it can never be found. Learning to trust that God is good and accept the good gifts that he has for you so that you can give those to the world.

    In her newly released book, Freely and Lightly:God’s Gracious Invitation to a Life of Quiet Confidence chronicles her of journey waking up to the ways she was searching externally for validation  and significance in external places it could  never be found, and the beautiful way God invited to live the life of quiet confidence. 

    Key Takeaways 



    * “The Christian faith is all about allowing Him to continually transform us.” 

    * “When God looks at us, He sees His son.” 

    * “If you are tired, you can come to Him.” 

    * “As I follow Him, He will continue to offer freedom and lightness.” 



    Resources



    * Emily’s website: https://emilylex.com

    * Freely and Lightly: God’s Gracious Invitation to a Life of Quiet Confidence

    * Emily’s art: https://emilylex.com/shop/

    * The Next Right Thing Podcast: https://emilypfreeman.com/podcast/

    * John Mark Comer’s Church Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bridgetown-audio-podcast/id84246334



    Connect with Emily on social media! 



    * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilylexstudio/

    • 25 min

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106 Ratings

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Misty is personal and makes you feel like one of her close friends. The guests she invites enrich my knowledge and remind me I’m not alone. I love this podcast and so will you.

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So often I need a lift and that’s what my evening walks are for. Adding this podcast to those I listen too is a GREAT BLESSING. The pace of the podcasts are wonderful, Holy Scripture is well used, and the presentation makes you feel like you’re in the room with the speakers. The content is uplifting and targets aspects of the human experience where one might have doubts or be struggling. I walked away refreshed. Please keep them coming.

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Misty provides great content for our minds and hearts! Love her spirit and desire to encourage women in their journey! Great podcast!!

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