Black and White Lenses

By Priscilla Lack Have you ever tried to approach life through black and white lenses? Most of us have, at least on one occasion. Approaching life through black and white lenses is a natural inclination, but it usually results in imbalances. If our past experiences have been overly contradictory or chaotic, we can inadvertently use this approach to find a …

Inner Transformation

By Priscilla Lack The desire for personal transformation can look different to each of us, because inner transformation affects different areas of our lives. Being transformed usually involves spiritual, emotional, and physical growth. We address the areas we’re stuck in, making the needed changes as we walk with God. This sounds easy enough, but in reality, inner transformation takes time, …

Interview with Dr. Garr

On this radio archive, Priscilla interviews recognized Hebrew scholar Dr. John D. Garr. He is the president of Hebraic Christian College, based in Atlanta, Georgia. During this interview, Dr. Garr sheds light upon some of the mistaken traditions surrounding God’s image. Beginning with the Garden of Eden, Dr. Garr goes in-depth as to how these misunderstandings came about, and how …

Walking in the Rain

By Priscilla Lack Have you ever had a quote stick with you, coming to mind at opportune times? Lately, I’ve had one such quote catch my attention. It says, “Some people walk in the rain, others just get wet.” This phrase came from Roger Miller, a popular country singer and song writer. One of his best-known songs was King of …

Let Your Heart Live!

This podcast is an excerpt from Priscilla’s former radio show, Uncommon Journeys, aired through Messianic Lamb Radio Network. Ending music is by Zachary Bruno.

First Steps of Recovery

By Priscilla Lack When we begin a healing journey, our first steps are unique to us. Over time, we may meet other fellow journeyers who’ve had similar experiences. Even if we’ve recovered from different issues, we still share our stories―identifying what it was like when we first chose to pursue our own inner healing. We reminisce how the early days of this journey were …