April

Episode #38: Hearing God’s Voice | Carlos Whittaker

April 26, 2018


Speaker and Author, Carlos Whittaker joins Isaiah on the thirty-eighth episode of the Dream On Podcast. Carlos and Isaiah discuss the importance of hearing God’s voice in a world full of distraction.

1:15- Carlos’ story

2:20- What it means to hear God’s voice

4:35- The importance of listening to God

8:00- Silencing our life

13:10- Having a relationship with The Lord

17:40- God’s word

22:55- Keeping Him the center

26:30- Hustle after hearing

27:10- Carlos’ information

You can purchase Carlos’ books ‘ ‘Moment Maker’ and ‘Kill The Spider’ at

https://www.amazon.com/Carlos-Whittaker/e/B00H0P6WDM

Episode #37: Dreaming With Discipline | Andreas Nielsen

April 19, 2018


Pastor of Hillsong Sweden, Andrea Nielsen joins Isaiah on the thirty-seventh episode of the Dream On Podcast. Andrea Nielsen shares how to live a life of discipline in the pursuit of your dreams.

1:00- Pastor Andreas’ story

3:45- What it means to live a life of discipline

6:30- Why some of us have a hard time with discipline

13:20- The importance of giving the glory to God

17:35- How to live a disciplined life for God

19:15- Finding the right people to be around

22:45- The importance of Christians dreaming

25:50- Pastor Andreas and Hillsong Sweden information

Hillsong Sweden Website

Hillsong.se

Defeating Fear

April 16, 2018
“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10
To understand how to defeat it, we must first understand the thought. We can all agree it is a necessary tool in our lives that yields us from danger. However, just as a hammer is a useful tool, if you use it in every circumstance it’s going to do harm. You are not meant to live your life in fear.
“For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.” 2 Timothy 1:7
If God gives us a spirit of power, love, and self-control, who gives the spirit of fear? If the devil can keep you in fear, you will continue living in defeat.

Matthew 14:22-34 Peter is no stranger to fear. When he began to walk on the water with Jesus, what happened? The Bible says, “But when he saw the wind, he was afraid and, beginning to sink, cried out, “Lord, save me!” When Peter saw the wind, he was afraid. If you were to ask me, “how do you defeat fear?” I would answer, “what are you looking at?

When Peter took his eyes off Jesus, fear took over. In our lives when we don’t keep our eyes fixed on Jesus in every circumstance, it can become easy to get afraid and sink.
“I sought the LORD, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears.” Psalm 34:4
Choose today to take your eyes off the fear and on to the Father.

By: Isaiah Roebuck

Episode #36: Adding Value To Your Life | Chris Brown

April 13, 2018
Ramsey personality and host of ‘Life Money Hope’ Chris Brown joins Isaiah on the thirty-sixth episode of the Dream On Podcast. Chris shares his incredible testimony and talks about how to add value to our lives.

1:20- Chris’ story

7:45- People pleasing vs. adding value

10:30- Everyone has something to offer

13:50- Adding value

14:45- The value of teamwork

22:40- You are who you hang around

25:50- Why is it important for us as Christians to dream?

28:05- Why do a lot of Christians have a hard time dreaming?

30:25- The importance of stewardship

32:50- How to learn more about Chris

Chris’ show ‘Life Money Hope’

https://www.stewardship.com/show

Moving Forward

April 10, 2018
The righteous keep moving forward, and those with clean hands become stronger and stronger. Job 17:9

Yesterday is the advisory of tomorrow.

In my previous blog, Looking Forward I discuss the importance of looking forward, This week I want to discuss the importance of moving forward. Taking action is an essential component of our future, though it can be extremely difficult.

Have you ever felt like a pack horse so weighed down by your past, you felt incapable of moving forward? God’s desire for us is that we get stronger and stronger but often times we find ourselves doing the exact opposite, getting weaker and weaker. When we allow ourselves to focus and move toward the past, it should come to no surprise it affects our progress. If you’re not moving forward, you are behind.

We can not take the consequences of moving backward lightly. A lot of things we deal with on a day-to-day are a direct result of moving in reverse. Some of the biggest strongholds we face such as depression and anxiety are a lot of times linked to what baggage we are carrying from our past, in turn making it hard to move on.

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.” Isaiah 43:18

Can you imagine trying to get to Antartica by moving north? The same is true when we try to move to the future while motioning the opposite way. While it is ok to learn lessons from your past and remember the incredible things God has done for you, dwelling on the negative of yesterday has zero percent chance of bettering your tomorrow.

Forgetting the former
Embracing the new
Moving forward
by: Isaiah Roebuck

Episode #35: The Excitement Of The Church | Ryan Romeo

April 6, 2018


Artist, worship leader, writer, speaker and cofounder of Outcry, Ryan Romeo joins Isaiah on the thirty-fifth episode of the Dream On Podcast. Ryan discusses the excitement and value of the body of Christ.

1:30- Ryan’s story

4:00- The heart of Outcry

6:40- The power of the local church

7:20- The bigger picture

10:15- The excitement

12:10- Why the world needs us to be dreamers

14:30- The part we play individually

22:40- The importance of being a unit

26:50- Ryan’s three principles of excellence

30:40- Outcry information

Ryan’s book ‘Outcry’

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/outcry-ryan-romeo/1123354094

Ryan’s blog

Homepage


Outcry tour information

https://outcrytour.com/