Faith for the Journey with Daniella Whyte

Faith for the Journey is a devotional broadcast that seeks to encourage people in their faith. This broadcast shows the importance of building our lives on the Word of God, choosing to trust God in every situation, and by doing so, experiencing grace, freedom, peace, joy, hope and life more abundantly. Knowing God and allowing Him to work in your life will change you for the better. He offers “purpose for the pain, strength for the struggle, and faith for the fight.” The more you know Him and the more you trust Him, the more you can live your life to its fullest, greatest potential. God created you to fellowship with Him and He is crazy happy about the future He has planned for you. Often, talk about God can get lost in the shuffle of everyday life, the discussion of abstract ideas and academic constructs, and the many beliefs that exist in the world. But God is not an idea or a thought or a lesson. God is real and He really cares about you and your life. When you get to know Him, you will know why God is amazing.

About Daniella Whyte

Daniella Whyte is an author, blogger, and internet radio host. She graduated from Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia) with a B.S. in Psychology (minor in Counseling) and a B.S. in Religion. She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is the weekday news anchor for Urban Christian News Network and International Christian Herald. She is also the host of Everyday Thanks, LIFEology, and Faith for the Journey, all of which are podcasts that can be heard on iTunes. Additionally, she is the editor of the Girls 4 God Magazine. She is committed to helping people live their lives with purpose, power, prayer, and passion. Her goal is to be a clinical psychologist, family counselor, and life coach.

Latest Episodes

  • Crowned with Love (365 Days of Daring Faith #16)
    Psalm 103:4 (NLT) Do you ever ask yourself what people would think if they ever found out about your past — secrets, hurts, and heartbreaks? Do you wonder what it would feel like, what kind of emotion …
  • Fix or Forgive (365 Days of Daring Faith #15)
    Romans 12:17 (NLT) A mother apologizes for abandoning her son. After so many years, she asks for a second chance. The son thinks to himself that it’s not really that easy. Am I supposed to just give i …
  • Rejoice. Pray. Give Thanks. (365 Days of Daring Faith #14)
    I Thessalonians 5:16-18 (NLT) If you do nothing else in life, here are three things you should do that will make your days brighter and better: Rejoice. Pray. Give Thanks. Nothing blows the storms out …
  • Overflowing Joy (365 Days of Daring Faith #13)
    John 15:11 (NLT) What do you think about when you think about God’s joy? It is overflowing, even overwhelming. It can’t be decreased or jaded by any circumstance. God’s joy is incomprehensible and unm …
  • God Is Enough (365 Days of Daring Faith #12)
    Matthew 6:26-27 (NLT) There seems to never be enough. Some complain of not having enough time while others gripe about not having money. Not enough houses or cars, not enough knowledge or investments, …
  • The Lord Is For You (365 Days of Daring Faith #11)
    Psalm 118:5-6 (NLT) David was a man who endured great distress and danger and also experienced God’s great goodness and grace. In this verse, he encapsulates both of these experiences. He lets the wor …
  • Chosen To Be Holy (365 Days of Daring Faith #10)
    1 Peter 1:15-16 (NLT) Who is sufficient enough or perfect enough to be holy in everything? No one is. Neither you or I are capable of complete holiness in all things. We can be holy only by the power …
  • Always and Forever (365 Days of Daring Faith #9)
    Lamentations 3:22-23 (NLT) We live in a cloudy world. Terror and trouble are on every side. Chaos and confusion surround us at nearly every turn. However, as bad as some things seemingly are, they cou …
  • The Best Role Model Ever (365 Days of Daring Faith #8)
    Ephesians 5:2 (NLT) There is no greater happiness and way of life than following after Jesus. The grace He gives to us every single day, in spite of our sins and shortcomings, demands that we live a l …
  • Imitating the One (365 Days of Daring Faith #7)
    Ephesians 5:1 (NLT) Children are often encouraged to imitate the good deeds of their parents. Young people are motivated to follow the example of their good teachers and mentors. For one to follow in …
  • Do You Feel God Is Distant? (365 Days of Daring Faith #6)
    Isaiah 8:17 (NLT) It is easy to believe in God when things are going well — when food is on the table, bills are paid, family is healthy, and life is going good. But what happens when situations take …
  • Can You Stand Firm? (365 Days of Daring Faith #5)
    Luke 21:19 (NLT) Patience is one of the most hated, yet one of the most needed qualities in our lives. Very simply, we hate to wait. Rarely do we run into another individual to whom patience comes eas …
  • Do You Know What Is Good? (365 Days of Daring Faith #4)
    Micah 6:8 (NLT) If an individual is convicted of a crime, one of two things will happen. Either he will be sentenced to prison or the judge will show him mercy and reduce his sentence. If he were to b …
  • What Do You Seek Most? (365 Days of Daring Faith #3)
    Psalm 27:4 (NLT) What is it that you seek most? What are you in pursuit of? Is there something you desperately want beyond anything else in life? Some people are seeking power while others pursue posi …
  • Are You Afraid? (365 Days of Daring Faith #2)
    Psalm 27:1 (NLT) God is a steady and sure, bright and brilliant light for all His children. We would do well to relinquish ourselves from following after the darkness in the world and turn our feet an …

 

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