iDisciple Podcast: Killing Your Kryptonite
John and his wife Lisa lead Messenger International, a ministry that has spent decades spreading the Gospel. Along with leading Messenger International, John travels the globe speaking and sharing the Gospel, and is the writer of multiple books, including his latest: Killing Kryptonite: Destroy What Steals Your Strength.
John and Lisa founded Messenger International in 1990, and in almost three decades of ministry have been able to spread the good news of Jesus Christ around the world, and transform millions of lives in the process. The Beveres have a heart to not only see believers know the Word, but to walk in the fullness of its power.
Killing Kryptonite is a challenging read that addresses that very mission, and offers answers to why so many of us are unable to experience the divine strength that was evident among first-century Christians. In the book, John reveals what this kryptonite is for many believers, why it’s compromising our communities, and how to break free from its bondage.
We pray that John’s passion and biblical wisdom will stir you to action in your own life, and that this podcast will help you walk in the fullness of Jesus’ power!
- John shares how God moved him to write books despite English being his “worst subject”, and how God has used him as a writer to reach people in more than a hundred languages.
- Why he feels that the message of Killing Kryptonite is such an important and necessary message to get into the hands of believers.
- John expounds on one of the key passages behind the book, 1 Corinthians 11:17-34, and explains how the church in Corinth was weakened because of their inability to honor Jesus’ body, the church.
- The importance of Paul saying in the Word that his goal wasn’t just to be “pleasing” but to be “well-pleasing”.
- How our spiritual “kryptonite” can ultimately be boiled down to idolatry, and why we need to have a better understanding of what idolatry truly is.
- Why true repentance is such a crucial component to our faith, and uses his marriage as a great metaphor for the posture of repentance.
- And many more great biblical takeaways!
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