Everything that has happened to you has prepared you for your greatest days ahead. When you understand the patterns of God's work in each season of your life, you can see His faithfulness in making all things work together for the good of His children. What if everything that has happened to you has prepared you for your greatest work?
What if those confusing, uncomfortable seasons when you felt like you were walking in circles were actually the path God was leading you on to fulfill the destiny, He has planned for you? Our guest will show you how to detect God's work in each season, keeping your eyes lifted to Him who makes all things work together for the good of those who love Him.
"Be captain of your own destiny"; "follow your heart"; "you only live once"---such slogans sound positive but often only create anxiety, weariness, and self-absorption. Our guest will expose the deceptions underlying the thinking of progressive Christianity, offering encouragement to grip the soul-restoring truths of God's Word. Find the freedom to live the way your Creator designed you to!
Joël Malm is the founder of Summit Leaders where he uses outdoor adventure and leadership coaching to help people find their calling and pursue a vision for their lives. His expeditions have taken him around the world to places like Mt. Kilimanjaro, Grand Canyon and Machu Picchu. He has traveled in over seventy countries on six continents and speaks three languages. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and an M.S. in Counseling.
He speaks at churches, conferences, and corporate events around the country and is the author of Vision Map (Moody Press), Fully You, Guided by Thunder, and Love Slows Down and Connecting the Dots.
Alisa Childers is a wife, mom, author, podcaster, blogger, speaker, and worship leader. She was a member of the award-winning CCM recording group ZOEgirl. She is currently a respected speaker at apologetics and Christian worldview conferences, as well as the host of her popular YouTube channel. Alisa's story was featured in the documentary, American Gospel: Christ Crucified. She has been published at the Gospel Coalition, Crosswalk, the Stream, For Every Mom, Decision Magazine, and the Christian Post, and her blog post "Girl, Wash Your Face? What Rachel Hollis Gets Right . . . and Wrong" received more than one million views.