God's goodness is here to put chaos into order! His love is here to make wrong things
right! In episode #103, we are exploring His unexpected goodness. The cornertone
of our theology is that God is good. When we change our mindset to understand that
God is good, and that we are instruments of God's goodness in the earth, then we
reset our expectations and we start seeing His goodness made manifest in the world
Also, joining us in interview is Consumed By Fire! Consumed by Fire, made up
of Caleb, Josh and Jordan Ward are a musically inventive Southern pop/rock band
that combines their church roots with an eclectic array of influences distilled
into a sound that is uniquely their own. Growing up, when they weren’t leading worship
at their parent’s church, the three brothers were singing songs from Creedence,
Bob Seger or The Eagles with their large musical family. It wasn’t long before the
brothers found calling and their own musical voice and shortly after, Consumed By
Fire was born.
Nextgen worship is the voice of a movement whose purpose is to empower generations
to carry heaven and shift culture. As sons of God, we bear the responsibility to
import heavens heart and mind culture into the earth in such a way that it causes
societal transformation. We believe that the ecosystem we are creating as sons and
daughters of God is going to build in momentum resulting in a stronghold of heaven
on earth that cannot be undone.
We are all stewards of an emerging heavenly invasion in our generation that is going
to begin to shift the balance from darkness to light and see the release of answers
to unsolvable problems on an epic scale. The sons and daughters of God are catalysts
of creativity that will lead to cultural rebirth and a renaissance that ushers in
a new era of the kingdom of heaven on earth.
As always, fun, updates, and some serious discussion on carrying heaven and shifting
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