Here are the speakers, music, and other resources I use.
Books and References:
Rhythms of Rest by Shelly Miller
The Power to be Free by Frank Moore
Devotions and Journals:
I recently just brought a blank sketch book to write out my poetry.
I have a full sized notebook that I use to take notes when I’m listening to teachings.
I have a prayer journal I use to write my heart out to God.
Jennifer Toledo – She is amazing y’all. She is one of the lead pastors of Expression 58 in Los Angeles, California. She is a powerful speaker and teaches on how to live out the Bible in present day. Also it’s fun to watch her speak because of all her expressions.
*Andrew Wommack – He keeps things real simple.
Graham Cooke – I love his soaking session. If you have Apple Music look him up!
Hosanna Poetry – She is incredible. She inspired me to start writing again. Words are powerful and her spoken words set me free.
*Patrice Washington – She is a great speaker and honestly my lifestyle has changed for the better because of her. Please go listen to her podcast Redefining Wealth. You won’t be sorry.
Michael Jr. – A comedian who hits home every time.
*James Ford Jr. – I like the way he speaks.
Esther Lully – She’s my mentor y’all! Attending her bible study has brought my faith to another level.
*Pastor Greg Laurie – Funny and Informative.
*The Journey Women Podcast – This is such a blessing. They touch on all topics of life.
*Dr. Tony Evans – He tells it like it is.
Moody Radio – They have some great speakers.
*I listen to these speakers on their podcast or on Moody Radio.
K-Love Radio – I fell in love with this when I was searching for Christian songs on the radio
Praise and Worship – I listen to Spotify
Rap/Hip Hop – I mostly Youtube these
Gospel – Both of the above
Pandora is more mainstream.
Spotify is a great way of discovering more music.
Youtube is great batching together the genre of songs and you get to pick what you want to listen to.
PS: You can find the songs I’m listening to at the moment on my Music Page
You version: I’ve been using this ever since I can remember. You can create an account and highlight all your favorite verses and even take notes. It has all the the version in there and there’s even an app.
Blue Letter Bible: This has all of the original means of the words in the Bible. How many of you know that somethings just doesn’t translate well. Or that not every language has the same exact words or meanings. The Blue Letter Bible lays it all out for you. So you can have a deeper understanding of it all.