Would you be willing to carry your friend up onto a roof, to get her to Jesus? What if praying for your friend is the equivalent of bringing her—on a stretcher—to Jesus?
Stories of Jesus
Welcome to Episode one of Live Like It’s True! In this first season, we’re focusing on the True Stories of Jesus. In this episode, I'm joined by Kelly Needham to discuss the True Story on The Roof! It's the story of the paralytic, whose four friends carried him on a stretcher and dug up a roof to lower him down to Jesus. My hope is that you’ll be amazed by this story of healing and forgiveness, then live like it’s true.
Guest: Kelly Needham
Bible Passage: Mark 2:1-12 CSB
Freebie: Season 1: “The True Stories of Jesus” Bible Readings & Discussion Guide
Friendish by Kelly Needham
Comparison Girl by Shannon Popkin
Music: Cade Popkin Music
Complete Shownotes: at ShannonPopkin.com
Kelly Needham is married to singer/songwriter and speaker Jimmy Needham. Kelly is the author of Friendish: Reclaiming Real Friendship in a Culture of Confusion and she's been featured on Revive Our Hearts, Desiring God, and The Gospel Coalition. Whether writing or speaking, Kelly’s aim is to convince as many people as possible that nothing compares to knowing Jesus. She and Jimmy live in the Dallas area with their three children, Lively, Sophia, and Benjamin. You can find more of her writing and speaking at kellyneedham.com or follow her on social media.
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Know the Story
"The True Story on the Roof" is found in Mark 2:1-12 in your Bible. It's an astonishing story of healing, forgiveness, and determination to get to Jesus.
Live the Story
Does your friend need breakthrough today, either for a physical or spiritual ailment? Do you? How can you live like this story is true? We talked about several ways:
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