Welcome to Defiant Joy! Radio. Today as we begin a new series titled “For Sure and For Certain”. Life holds disappointments and inevitable joys. We are all looking for purpose and meaning in life. Regardless of where you are today, I know For Sure and For Certain that the Word of God has never changed. I know that you can discover joy in the presence of the Lord. This is your host, Carol McLeod and I am praying that the Word of God becomes alive to you during this new series!!
Talk about diligence! Today we are going to hear about an example of an extraordinary woman of faith. In spite of devastating and seemingly impossible circumstances, Barbara Johnson never had ordinary in her vocabulary. She even found joy in the most difficult times of her life! This is Carol McLeod and I am praying that the joy of His presence will saturate your very life today.
Who am I? Why did I say that? Why did I eat that? What was I thinking? Why did I buy that? It's true ... your emotions are powerful ingredients in your life and it is time to build a life on the Word of God and not on your feelings!
Who doesn’t want to live a life of blessing? Who doesn’t want to live a life that is extravagantly filled with the blessings of God? Join Carol as she describes that kind of life in today’s episode of “For Sure And For Certain.”
So many people believe that reading the Bible is burdensome, just a list of rights and wrongs, do’s and don’ts. Nothing could be further from the truth. Join Carol as she digs into the word of God, and discusses the advantage that reading the Word of God brings to your life.
What’s the big deal about the Bible? Why is it important for a believer to read it? Are the words of God really held in the Bible? Join Carol as she talks about one of her favorite subjects of all time, The Bible.
The resurrection is what sets Christianity apart from every other religion or philosophy and makes Jesus the only reliable source to fully know God. Join Carol as she continues her series, “For Sure And For Certain.”
Today, Carol continues her study of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and how it has changed all of recorded history as well as your life today.
Jesus was an actual historical figure. The life of Jesus Christ echoes throughout history. Did he actually rise from the dead? Join Carol as she discusses this fact that we can build our lives upon.
Today, Carol continues her brand new bible study, For Sure And For Certain, where she discusses truths that you can build your life upon.
Is it possible to know anything for sure and for certain? Join Carol as she begins a brand new study titled “For Sure And For Certain,” where she discusses the things in our faith and in scripture that we can know with certainty.
You were made on purpose, with purpose, for purpose. Your life matters to the God who made you. Carol concludes her series, “Relentless,” as she discusses how you are to be relentless in your pursuit for His plan for your life.
Carol continues her series “Relentless” with the story of Gideon and his rag tag army that went up against a massive enemy.
Today on “Relentless,” Carol discusses the story of Jacob who wrestled with God. Will you be relentless in your pursuit of God’s blessing in your life like Jacob was?
We are all called to be relentless followers of Jesus. The call to be men and women of grand resolve is echoed throughout the pages of scripture. Join Carol as she begins her new series, “Relentless.”
Today on “Let There Be Joy,” Carol continues reading the story of Christmas found in Luke.
On this special episode of “Let There Be Joy,” Carol reads the story of Christmas. Let it open your heart today.
Did you know the Christmas is all about presents? Today, Carol discusses one of the best parts of this holiday, and how giving can change the lives of the people around us.
Carol reads a Christmas story by Catherine Marshall titled “My Most Memorable Christmas.”
Today, Carol reads a Christmas story about a woman that will help you listen for the voice of the Lord and cause you to ask yourself what you can give to someone else this Christmas season.