The Art of ConnectionJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
In this episode Justina, Art Director for The Cageless Birds, sat down with Melissa to ask her questions about working out healthy relationships with God and people, in light of the release of our fifth volume of Cultivate, “The Art of Connection.”
CULTIVATE V5, "The Art of Connection"Jonathan David & Melissa Helser add
"The Art of Connection" is the fifth volume in the Cultivate devotional book series that was written with your most significant relationships in mind. Volume V is designed to encourage and empower you to pursue healthy and thriving relationships in marriage, parenting, dating and relating to your parents. It is full of prompts and practical tools created to help you identify your need for connection and establish new ways of processing and pursuing family relationships.
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Brave WorshipJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
In this message shared at WorshipU, Jonathan gives a call to live and lead from our encounters with Jesus, and to measure success by how much love and family are produced.
For more information about WorshipU, an annual gathering and online school of worship hosted by Bethel Music, go to www.worshipu.com.
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Cultivating CreativityJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Creativity is our birthright as sons and daughters created in the image of God. It’s not just about the songs we write, or the art we create. It doesn’t only belong to artists. Being creative is about the everyday 98% of our lives we walk out in family, relationships, work, and rest. This message is an invitation to walk out our creative identity and create new worlds in every realm of life.
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Fighting for True ConnectionJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
“There is a way to live above the storm — to stay connected to the Father, to the Person of Jesus, and to the beautiful friendship of the Holy Spirit. There’s a way to actually thrive in life, even when it’s crazy.” In this episode, Melissa shares a hope-filled message from her own story on the power of vulnerability and our need for connection.
The Power of Instead (Part 2)Jonathan David & Melissa Helser add
The Power of Instead (Part 1)Jonathan David & Melissa Helser add
It’s our pleasure in this episode to introduce a dear friend of ours, Graham Cooke, as he shares a powerful message at our school, the 18 Inch Journey! This is an Isaiah 61 invitation for us to receive God's "Instead's" for our lives.
From One Generation to the NextJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
In this episode, Jonathan shares from his own story his thoughts on the power of generations carrying the presence of God together, and passing on the blessing.
For more information about Bethel Music's "Heaven Come" conference, go to https://bethelmusic.com/heavencome/
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Worship Moment: "Abba"Jonathan David & Melissa Helser add
In this episode we are sharing an extended live recording of Jonathan's song, "Abba" from a recent service at Bethel Church in Redding, CA.
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The Heart of Leading WorshipJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Leading worship is about loving God and loving the people. It's not either/or, it's both and more. In this message Jonathan shares from his journey on the privilege of leading worship.
Rooted in DelightJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Being rooted in what the Father thinks about us is as key element to living in delight. Melissa shares from her testimony and life experience on the Father's delight in this powerful message from WorshipU at Bethel Church in Redding, California.
Heart Over GiftJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
"When we do our DOING out of the pleasure God has in our BEING, we will do much more than we could ever imagine." In this message, Jonathan shares about the importance of recognizing that the greatest gift we all possess is our hearts.
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Discovering the Father's HeartJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
The more heaven comes to earth, the more the earth looks like family. In this message, Jonathan shares on discovering the Father heart of God for his Kingdom family.
Engaging Hope in Seasons of DisappointmentJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
God created and loves our humanity and emotions. In this message Melissa shares on the process of engaging hope during seasons of disappointment and grief.
This message was recorded at WorshipU, an online school and annual gathering hosted by Bethel Music in Redding, CA. Go to http://WorshipU.com to find out more.
The Presence is Greater than the PressureJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Jonathan shares powerful stories and revelation on the Father's presence bringing rest from pressure in our lives.
***Next month we will be switching to 1 Podcast episode per month, released every first Thursday***
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Worship Moment: "Catch the Wind"Jonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Melissa leads a spontaneous worship moment after her song "Catch the Wind" at the Carolina Theatre in Greensboro, NC.
Staying Centered in Life and MinistryJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Jonathan & Melissa share from their journey on what they have learned about staying centered in life, marriage, and ministry.
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Living from SabbathJonathan David & Melissa Helser add
Jonathan shares on the power of rest and choosing to cultivate rhythms of Sabbath.
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