Living With Intention and Confidence

Lifeschool 160: How to Celebrate According to the Gospel

Why do most Christians suck at partying? Shouldn’t we be known as the most celebratory people in the world… where everyone we know is really trying to get invited to our parties?

In this episode of the Lifeschool Podcast, we dig deep into historical and biblical proof that our God loves to party. And he is good at it and loves when we celebrate. No more weak excuses that keep us separated from the fun, we’ll talk about how to celebrate according to the gospel.

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Lifeschool 159: From The Pulpit To The People: Shifting to a Life on Mission

Leading people to new places in life and ministry can be hard. Too often our churches and small groups are primarily focused on… well, ourselves. Helping our people shift to a life on mission with God that is outwardly focused is the dream.

In this episode of the Lifeschool Podcast, we talk about leading people from being pew-sitters to active disciple makers. And guess what? This all starts in the mirror!

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Lifeschool 158: Are You Believing What God Says About You?

Let’s be honest: the life you lead isn’t what you’ve always dreamt. And maybe the person you’ve become isn’t who you’ve always imagined. God longs to redeem the story of your life and set you on the path to reclaim your dreams… His dreams. Are you ready?

In this episode of the Lifeschool Podcast, Caesar and Heath speak with author and international church leader, Jo Saxton. Her insights into who God made you to be are refreshing and may encourage you to reexamine a few things in your life.

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Are You Beating Yourself Up With Religion?

Stop 'Shoulding' All Over Yourself and Others.

If you’re not experiencing the joy and freedom you once did in your faith, it may be that you are beating yourself up with religion instead of believing and living out of the true gospel of grace. Let me explain:

I’ve heard it said that religion is a set of practices and beliefs–a system–of pursuing and maintaining a relationship with God.

Ok, sounds technically right…