Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Robert Thibodeau
Nov 23, 2020 28 min

One Box Fits All - Nina Venturella pt 1

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Nov 20, 2020 26 min

Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom – Darius Good pt 2

Solomon's 7 Pillars of WisdomDarius Good pt 2The Wisdom of God. How many people desire to know the Wisdom of God? How many of you believe you have the Wisdom of God residing on the inside of you? How many of you know how to access the Wisdom of God? How many of want to know more about unlocking the Godly Wisdom in your everyday life? Well, my guest today Pastor Darius Good and he will be discussing this with us. He is going to share some information he has elaborated on, in detail, in his book, “Unlocking Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom.” Pastor Darius Good is the Senior Pastor of Bible Gospel Center in Hamden, CT. He is the producer and host of the “His Good Treasure Radio Show,” which airs weekly on radio 1400, WNYH 740 AM and on 100.7 FM. He is the founder of “Good Treasure Entertainment” and is also a music producer as well. He is the Vice President of “Reach the Nations Global Ministries,” an instructor and provost a “Reach the Nations Kingdom College” and author of this great book, “Unlocking Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom.” You make a distinction, and rightly so, between “man’s wisdom” and “Godly Wisdom.” Can you explain that for us? How can we recognize whether or not the inspiration we are perceiving is Godly Wisdom or something else? What are some things to watch out for as people begin to follow Godly Wisdom? Pastor, what surprised you the most as you were writing this book? What other references did you use in your research? Or was it just the Bible? Really quick, I wanted to touch just a bit on your radio program and your podcast. How long have you been doing each? What do you find is the most interesting aspect of your podcast? If someone wanted to get in touch with you, to ask a question or maybe even to do an interview such as this, how can they do that? How can they get in touch with you? Folks, like I just said, Pastor Darius’ book, “Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom” is a great read! It will be a great addition to your library and something you will definitely want to put on your reading list. I’ll put links down below in the show notes. Go down there, click the link and get your copy today. While you are there, click the links to get in touch with Pastor Darius Good. Go to the website. Go and listen to the podcast. Get in touch, ask questions. Praise God. CONTACT INFORMATION:https://amzn.to/2H0RIHG ()Email: [email protected]: https://amzn.to/2H0RIHG (“Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom”) – on AmazonWebsite: http://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/ (http://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/)Podcast: https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/podcast (https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/podcast)Radio Program: https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/radio-show (https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/radio-show)
Nov 19, 2020 27 min

Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom – Darius Good pt 1

Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom Darius Good pt 1The Wisdom of God. How many people desire to know the Wisdom of God? How many of you believe you have the Wisdom of God residing on the inside of you? How many of you know how to access the Wisdom of God? How many of want to know more about unlocking the Godly Wisdom in your everyday life? Well, my guest today Pastor Darius Good and he will be discussing this with us. He is going to share some information he has elaborated on, in detail, in his book, “Unlocking Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom.” Pastor Darius Good is the Senior Pastor of Bible Gospel Center in Hamden, CT. He is the producer and host of the “His Good Treasure Radio Show,” which airs weekly on radio 1400, WNYH 740 AM and on 100.7 FM. He is the founder of “Good Treasure Entertainment” and is also a music producer as well. He is the Vice President of “Reach the Nations Global Ministries,” an instructor and provost a “Reach the Nations Kingdom College” and author of this great book, “Unlocking Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom.” Help me welcome to the program, Darius Good. Ok, first question I always start with is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, tell us in your own words, “Who is Darius Good?” You start the first section of your book with a revelation the Lord gave you about the names of the planets. I thought that was absolutely fascinating. Can you share that information with our listeners? So the Earth is actually named after Jesus Christ. That is so cool… What inspired you to write this book? Why this book? And why now? Throughout the Bible, Solomon has been proclaimed as the “wisest man who ever lived.” There is no doubt God blessed him with Wisdom, as you indicated in your book, and as recorded in the Bible. But you took the title of your book from something Solomon wrote in Proverbs 9:1 which reads, “Wisdom has built HER house, SHE has hewn out HER seven pillars.” I emphasized the words SHE and HER because, as I was reading the first sections of your book, I seen these references to “she” and “her” and I was wondering WHY you were using those pronouns. Then, I seen the scripture references! Praise God! Tell us, “Who is the Spirit of Wisdom?” Is it the Holy Spirit? You reference the use of the female pronoun because of your study where the Lord revealed to you something about “producing” as it concerned angels. But you are not talking about reproducing like having offspring. I think this would be a good foundation for us to start with. Can you explain that part of your book for us? Somebody listening may be asking right now, “Does Godly Wisdom mean great advice? Does it apply to any area of life or only to “church” things? Let’s go back to the 7 pillars. Tell us, “what is a pillar?” Can you share these 7 pillars with us, generally speaking? Contained in Proverbs 8:12… You make a distinction, and rightly so, between “man’s wisdom” and “Godly Wisdom.” Can you explain that for us? Folks, like I just said, Pastor Darius’ book, “Godly Wisdom: Solomon’s 7 Pillars of Wisdom” is a great read! It will be a great addition to your library and something you will definitely want to put on your reading list. I’ll put links down below in the show notes. Go down there, click the link and get your copy today. While you are there, click the links to get in touch with Pastor Darius Good. Go to the website. Go and listen to the podcast. CONTACT INFORMATION:https://amzn.to/2H0RIHG ()Email: [email protected] Book: https://amzn.to/2H0RIHG ("Unlocking Godly Wisdom: Solomon's 7 Pillars of Wisdom") - on Amazon Website: http://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/ (http://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/) Podcast: https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/podcast (https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/podcast) Radio Program: https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/radio-show (https://www.hisgoodtreasure.com/radio-show)
Nov 17, 2020 25 min

More Than Conquerors – Kristyn Schott pt 2

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Nov 16, 2020 27 min

More Than Conquerors – Kristyn Schott pt 1

More Than Conquerors Kristyn Schott pt 1In today’s culture of “image is everything,” many people, especially women and most especially, young women, fall into the devil’s trap of eating disorders. This can be deadly. I’ve known people that have had eating disorders. They are constantly in denial. It is not an easy addiction to overcome on your own. Because this addiction is so prevalent in our society today, I wanted to bring our guest on for an interview to give you hope, encouragement and some examples of how she was able to overcome her eating disorder. How did she do it? With God’s help. Amen! Now, she has a unique calling to help others as well. Kristyn Schott says her faith is now the most important thing in her life. Her passion is writing and she has been writing, what she says is, “recreationally” for 15 years and professionally now for more than four years. After battling her eating disorder, Kristyn felt a call from God to use her Spiritual gift of writing to spread hope to the millions of others that are affected by eating disorders and to help them move forward in Faith. In her free time, she loves hanging out with her friends and family and, get this, lifting ALL of the heavy weights she can at the gym! She is the author of a great book titled, https://amzn.to/2TcGp1N (“More Than Conquerors,”) available on Amazon. And, as Kristyn says in her book, “God can turn your mess into a message.” To share how God can give you a clearer understanding of that phrase, help me welcome to the program, Kristyn Schott! Kristyn, thank you coming on the program to share about your journey and this great book! The first question I always start with is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, tell us in your own words, “Who is Kristyn Schott?” Your story of how you came to share about your addiction and the commitment to write your book is, let’s say, unique. Share that story with our listeners… The purpose of your book is to help those with eating disorders and mental health. But you go about it in a unique way, different than other books I’ve read on this subject. Your main sections of the book, which we will get into in a moment, the subheading are not “titles or subject lines.” They are scripture references. Did someone guide you into using this concept or was this, more or less, a direct “download” from the Holy Spirit? You emphasize several times, just take it “one step at a time.” That is such a great point. Explain to us how some people may just want to jump from the valley to the mountain top and miss the journey along the way – especially as it concerns eating disorders… Everyone has heard of the eating disorder Anorexia. But you also say you’ve also had a problem with Orthorexia. How does that relate to an eating disorder? You also share how you went from Anorexia to Orthorexia and how that led to Obsession. Explain that journey and how Obsession is part of an eating disorder… How did all of this evolve into freedom from your eating disorder? Let’s go over the different sections of your book. We will start with “Body.” You talk about “God’s Mercy.” Explain how this section allows someone to overcome eating disorders… The next is “Food and Drink.” That makes sense, since we are talking about eating disorders. But how does the food and drink you put into your body also relate to the spiritual aspect of fighting this disorder? “Recovery” is the next section. Obviously, someone does need to recover and get back to good health physically. How can this section also help them to recover spiritually? Folks, eating disorders are so prevalent in our society and culture today. Odds are, you know someone who is going through and suffering from an eating disorder right now. They may not admit it to you. But you are sensing the Lord is showing you this might be the case. You need to pray and ask the Lord to give you favor in talking with this person so they can get the help they need to overcome...
Nov 13, 2020 37 min

Journey Into the Depths of God – Kim Patterson

Journey Into the Depths of God Kim Pattersonhttps://amzn.to/3jiGprv ()Sometimes, even believers can be worn down by life’s circumstance. This is especially true in the day and time we find ourselves in right now. We’ve talked several times over this year about how important it is to “lean into” God in times like this. If you are one who sometimes feel like you are stuck in life, stuck in your walk with God, you will want to pay attention to today’s interview. It is possible to have victory over any circumstance with God. And that includes the COVID pandemic, the resulting shutdowns and lockdowns, the closing of churches. This is the first time in the history of the United States where they have actually shut down churches. It’s shameful and disheartening. Throughout this nation’s history, if there was a public emergency, the churches is where people turned. But that was forbidden in this pandemic. So it is possible there are so many of you out there, right now, that are looking for direction from God. Well, today’s guest has written a book that will help you do just that. Kim Patterson is a wife and mother who has also been a leader in her church for over 13 years as she has taught Bible studies and small groups. She has a passion for women’s ministries and discipleship. She is a graduate of the JFA School of Supernatural Ministry and the author of a great book which we will discuss today, https://amzn.to/3jiGprv (“To the Thirsty – Journey Into the Depths of God.”) Help me welcome to the program, Kim Patterson! Kim, thank you for taking the time to join us today! First question that I always start with is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, tell us in your own words, “Who is Kim Patterson?” I know the generic answer this next question is “Christians.” But let’s get more specific. Who is the intended audience of this book? I know you believe God inspired you to write this book. The question is, “How do you know?” As you were preparing to write this book, you actually were seeking a partner, a friend, to help you with it. Tell us how you ended up tackling this project on your own… How many other people knew you were writing this book? You talk about “The well of God’s Presence.” What do you mean by that and how is this explained in your book? What happens if you try to do these things (Temple, Worship, Wall) out of order? You shared how we should stop reading the Bible to “learn something” and start reading it to “experience something.” Can you explain what it is you mean by that statement? You share how this book basically outlines your Faith journey. How deep did you have to dig (excuse the pun about the well) to reach the “living water” of God for this book? How can the person who reads your book understand how to dig their own well with God? Does everyone start at, what you call, the surface? When someone starts to read your book, what’s the goal? What is it they should be striving for? You shared how many people read the Bible and read about the disciples and think “How wonderful it must have been to have that kind of relationship with Jesus.” But you say WE can have that same kind of relationship today, right now. How does your book help us to accomplish that? Folks, your relationship with God cannot but help to get better, deeper and more satisfying the deeper you go with God. Kim Patterson’s book, https://amzn.to/3jiGprv (“To the Thirsty – Journey Into the Depths of God”) is a book that will guide you to dig deeper into the Word and deeper into your relationship with God. This book was inspired by God to have Kim write this for “such a time as this.” As I said at the beginning, in a day and time that has limited our ability to run to the church in a time of need, God is providing a way for you to come TO HIM. A way for you to draw closer to Him. A way for you to go deeper into His presence. Go down into the show notes and click the link below. Order your copy of Kim Patterson’s...
Nov 10, 2020 29 min

Today Will Echo Through Eternity – Eric Dunavant pt 2

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Nov 09, 2020 27 min

Today Will Echo Through Eternity – Eric Dunavant pt 1

Today Will Echo Through EternityEric Dunavant pt 1You only have one life to live. You want it to be the best you can be, of course. You want to leave a living legacy to your children and grandchildren. You want to leave them with memories of joy and happiness, of course. But, although your life may seem happy enough, what is that nagging feeling that something is missing? What can you do about that? Well, my guest today is going to discuss those exact topics. In this interview today, you are going to find out how to increase you ROI. Not “return on investment,” but a “Return on Intention.” Amen! Eric Dunavant is the president and CEO of an organization called “PARADIEM” (paradeeum). Since 2007, under Eric’s leadership, Paradiem has been empowering families and businesses to live a better story by being more intentional in what they are doing. Eric has been helping people, families and businesses to discover “Greatness, Growth, Governance and Generosity and how to impact Today, Tomorrow and Eternity.” Praise God! Before Paradiem, Eric was a Vice President for Charles Schwab and helped to build the New Orleans private client office to the top national office in 2006. Before that, he was an associate with Fidelity Investments in charge of the management of money market mutual funds. Eric is a Certified Financial Planner, a “Qualified Kingdom Advisor” and affiliated with the “Financial Planning Association.” Eric and his wife, Angel, founded “To All with Love” – a Faith based nonprofit dedicated to sharing the joy of service with others and impacting their local community in Central American villages and also in US neighborhoods. He, his wife and their three children reside down in Covington, LA… Help me welcome to the program, Eric Dunavant! Other than that brief bit of information I just shared, can you tell us, in your own words, “Who is Eric Dunavant?” Tell us why you formed Pardiem? What does Pardiem mean and why that name for your business? Folks, the information Eric has shared with us today is vital to your future, your legacy, not even talking about your present. It will definitely impact that as well. Get in touch with Eric Dunavant at the links below. Ask for your FAMILY IMPACT KIT! Check out their website, their services. This is something every person – every Christian – needs to get a handle on. I especially want to reinforce the phrase that jumped out at me, that is “Today echoes through eternity.” Don’t waste another day. What you do today WILL impact your future. CONTACT INFORMATION:Email: [email protected] your FAMILY IMPACT KITWebsite: http://www.paradiem.org/ (http://www.paradiem.org/)
Nov 06, 2020 20 min

Master Your Talk – Brenden Kumarasamy pt 2

Master Your Talk Brenden Kumarasamy pt 1Story telling is an art that everyone needs to master, but few do. Everyone has a story to tell. Think about it. At work, you tell stories to make a point. At home, you tell stories to make a point. At church, your pastor tells stories to make a point. Jesus told stories to make a point. But, few people master the art of story telling. Now, you can take great forward strides, because my guest today helps people to do just that. Many people struggle with the idea of speaking from a stage or on video. They worry about how they will look, how they will sound, what can they talk about? Brenden Kumarasamy is the founder of Master talk, a YouTube series dedicated to the art of public speaking. Brenden believes anyone can become confident public speakers and storytellers. From students to CEO’s Brenden teaches you how to master your speeches, presentations and solicitations. What if you are speaking on a topic that really is not that interesting? How can you make a memorable talk on something that could be perceived as boring? Brenden, in the age of COVID, almost all conferences have moved online. I know several I was scheduled to speak at either were cancelled or moved to virtual conferences. I know you’ve had to experience this as well. How can we give a great presentation virtually, without the immediate feedback of the audience? You are a YouTube expert and your videos are being watched by thousands of subscribers. How can we can master the art of speaking on camera effectively? Should someone use scripts if doing a video presentation or making a video recording? Brenden, this is all so fascinating. I could pick your brain for hours. You’ve definitely provided our listeners some great insights into public speaking… I want close with this question, in a fitting way. How can we actually give a great close to our presentations? I’ve seen so many great presentations fall flat at the end. They give a call to action that doesn’t generate any action! How can we have a great close to our talks? Folks, whether you realize it or not, you already are a public speaker. It may be at work and you are trying to communicate an idea to your boss or you’re the boss trying to communicate an idea to your subordinates. Either way, you are trying to influence someone to take action on information you just provided. In ministry, in your home life – trying to get your kids to buy into an idea you are presenting to them…it is applicable in almost every aspect of life, not just public speaking from a stage. Brenden Kumarasamy is the expert in this area. You need to go to the links down below in the show notes and get in touch with him. You absolutely MUST subscribe to his YouTube channel. I did. And I’ve learned so much just from his videos. CONTACT INFORMATION:Email: [email protected]: https://mastertalk.ca/ (https://mastertalk.ca/)YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBYFP4mZLQovr7W6Si6sueA (Master Your Talk)
Nov 05, 2020 26 min

Master Your Talk – Brenden Kumarasamy pt 1

Master Your Talk Brenden Kumarasamy pt 1Story telling is an art that everyone needs to master, but few do. Everyone has a story to tell. Think about it. At work, you tell stories to make a point. At home, you tell stories to make a point. At church, your pastor tells stories to make a point. Jesus told stories to make a point. But, few people master the art of story telling. Now, you can take great forward strides, because my guest today helps people to do just that. Many people struggle with the idea of speaking from a stage or on video. They worry about how they will look, how they will sound, what can they talk about? Brenden Kumarasamy is the founder of "Master Talk," a YouTube series dedicated to the art of public speaking. Brenden believes anyone can become confident public speakers and storytellers. From students to CEO’s Brenden teaches you how to master your speeches, presentations and solicitations. Other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Brenden Kumarasamy? How did you come up with the idea for “MasterTalk?” A lot of people are trying or contemplating becoming public speakers. It could be for a career move or another way to grow their marketing potential, etc. What is the biggest challenge that most people will have in public speaking? Why do so many people struggle with public speaking? What are some ways we can make a great first impression when taking the stage for a presentation? Is delivery or content more important in our presentations? How can we identify that one key idea that will spark action on the part of our listeners? How can we help our audience identify with their needs? Maybe needs which they may not even be aware of, and use that to communicate our needs in the same process? Can you explain your phrase: “Prioritize to maximize?” One part that I especially took away from one of your videos was about the “endless gaze.” I was good at the pauses, etc. But I had never considered the “endless gaze.” That is awesome. Tell us how that can be used effectively in a speaking presentation? In several of your videos, you talk about the “random word exercise.” Can you explain how that works and give us an example? What if you are speaking on a topic that really is not that interesting? How can you make a memorable talk on something that could be perceived as boring? CONTACT INFORMATION:Email: [email protected]: https://mastertalk.ca/ (https://mastertalk.ca/)YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBYFP4mZLQovr7W6Si6sueA (Master Your Talk)
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