Welcome to Season Two of the (in)courage Podcast! This season, friends and (in)courage team members, Anna E. Rendell and Joy Groblebe, are working through what it means to have influence — and it might not look like what you’re thinking.
In today’s episode, among other things, Anna and Joy talk about the best cinnamon rolls they ever had (spoiler alert: they were from Bennigans!) and how Jesus makes the difference between influence and influencing. Listen below or wherever you stream podcasts! Sharing a story with us today is (in)courage contributor Dawn Camp, who reads her story from Week One of the Courageous Influence Bible Study.
Also, in each episode of this season, you will hear from very special guests Kathi Lipp, Becky Keife, and Grace P. Cho (author of Courageous Influence)!These three friends spent a few days together as they went through the study, and, lucky us, they recorded their conversations so we can all listen in. Find all the Bible Study Mondays posts here and discover for yourself what God says about influence (another spoiler alert: you have it! Yes, you!)
Listen to today’s episode below! And be sure to get your copy of the Courageous Influence Bible Study from DaySpring.Leave a Comment
Thanks for the reminder that I am who I because God made me this way, and I should embrace it and use it rather than curse it!
Oh, and I’ve never had a Monte Cristo sandwich from Bennigan’s so I had to look it up. Here’s a copy cat recipe! https://www.justapinch.com/recipes/main-course/turkey/bennigans-monte-cristo-sandwich.html
Dawn Ferguson-Little says
Thank you for what you shared. I love it. I have two friends who influence me. To be just be me. Say Dawn you remember you are a wonderful person. Don’t let the Devil put bad words in your head. That you are not. Just because you have learning disabilities. See the world in a different way than people who are not. You are wonderful. God loves. We want to know that. Your disability does not stop us wanting to be your friend. As you are still special to us and God. We would not stop being your friend just because you have great qualities in your life no matter what. You have better ones than we have. You remember you do influence people in a good way. You do things and think of things no one else would. You go the extra mile to help them. That is great influence. So they have helped me so much. Just like you guys through the incourage Bible readings each day. Thank you so much. Keeping you all in prayer. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little Enniskillen Co.Fermanagh N.Ireland. XXX♥️