In this episode, Patricia Frederick addresses the issue of indulgence from her book Back to Basics. She talks about how we tend to focus on our wants and desires instead of our needs, and brings up the question "What is our focus compared to what God says we need?"
In this discussion on Mark 6, Patricia Frederick addresses some hard realities. Where are we in our faith and where does the hardness in our hearts lie?
Drawing from her book, Kingdom Power in Action: Back to Basics, Patricia Frederick talks about the true enemy that we fight, the spiritual enemy. She brings an understanding of Principalities and Powers that we are not necessarily taught about.
Where are you in your journey? Have you multiplied the words and actions of Jesus? Patricia Frederick addresses these topics in Mark 4:1-20.
In Set Apart, Patricia Frederick dives into Mark 3 and our struggle for acceptance. She defines how we are set apart as Jesus was.
In Mark 1, Patricia Frederick challenges us to look at ourselves and what our true purpose is in life. Using Jesus as an example, are we willing to affect those around us as He did.
In this teaching, Patricia Frederick covers chapters 1 and 2. She discusses the magnitude of being one of God's own and the meaning of sanctification.
In The Second Letter of Peter, Patricia Frederick discusses Peter's teachings on false prophets and the anti-Christ. In this, she addresses Peter's urgency deliver the message before as a result of Jesus warning him of his death.
In The Feasts Explained, Patricia Frederick talks about the feasts found in the Old Testament and how they relate to the New Testament and Jesus.
Patricia Frederick discusses what it truly means to be blessed. She also talks about Mary's blessing that God bestowed upon her.
Too many women are being inaccurately told how to respond to abuse and neglect. Patricia Frederick is setting the record straight according to biblical principles.
Patricia Frederick talks about the plague that affects Christians today. This plague is the inability to hear and connect with the Lord the way our hearts desire.
Patricia Frederick talks about God's definition of good. Our definition of good has been tainted by culture. God's definition of good is infallible.
Patricia Frederick is making the Bible more relatable to people today. She exposes what is not being taught about Adam and Eve in the Garden.
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