iDisciple Podcast: Finding Truth to Anchor Your Soul



Author, speaker, and Messenger International co-founder Lisa Bevere joins the iDisciple Podcast to explain what it means for the truth of Jesus to be unmovable and unchanging..

What is truth? This has become the defining question of our time. Lisa Bevere wants all of us to know that truth isn’t just something, it’s someone.

Lisa has spent nearly three decades empowering women of all ages to find their identity and purpose. She is a New York Times bestselling author and internationally known speaker. Several of her books, including Fight Like a Girl, Lioness Arising, Girls with Swords, and Without Rival, are in the hands of millions worldwide. Lisa -- along with her husband John -- is a founder of Messenger International, an organization committed to developing uncompromising followers of Christ who transform their world. Messenger International has given away over 7 million resources in 106 languages.

Today, Lisa is joining us to talk about her latest highly anticipated book, Adamant: Finding Truth in a Universe of Opinions, and helping explain how we can discover truth that can anchor our souls in a culture full of opinions.

We hope and pray that this conversation helps you build your life on the unchanging foundation of Jesus Christ, and helps you lead others to the same truth!

Key Takeaways

  • Lisa shares her testimony of how she, as a young adult, fell into the traps of partying and running in the opposite direction of God’s truth until she met her husband John.
  • Why Lisa originally doubted her decision to become a Christian because of how the enemy attacks us according to our destiny.
  • The importance of creating resources and writing books for women, and why Lisa believes it is so important to empower women who have not been treated well by the church.
  • Lisa tells the story of how she came up with the name of the book, Adamant, and what it means for the truth of Jesus to be unmovable and unchanging.
  • Why we, as Christians, have done such a bad job of preaching the truth with love, and how we can start blending the two in a way that Jesus wants us to.
  • Lisa explains why she wrote this book for Christians to deal with the “shadow places of their own heart” as opposed to exposing sin in the world.
  • And many more!
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