Dr. Tony Robinson, Brooke Waters, and Jason discuss being a dream disruptor—challenging false narratives and helping people discover their true selves.

Dr. Tony emphasizes the importance of knowing who Father God is and how He sees us. She also talks about discovering our identity in Christ, the power of asking questions in a relational context, and seeking God’s perspective in understanding our purpose.

In this conversation, Dr. Tony, Brooke, and Jason discuss the importance of dreaming and living in alignment with one’s true identity. They explore the idea that dreams are not just individual desires but a partnership with God to bring about His purposes. They also highlight the significance of dreaming generationally, understanding that dreams have the power to impact future generations.

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Website: www.masterdreamacademy.com

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Brooke Waters aims to see people live in the complete freedom available in Father God. As Founder of Path to Wholeness, Brooke helps people know they belong, are significant and there is Hope. She received her BS in Psychology with two majors in Crisis Counseling and Addictions & Recovery along with 20 years of experience in ministering to those who experienced trauma, abuse, and human trafficking. Brooke is married to Dan’l Waters and together they have five children and four grandchildren. She loves road trips and awkward moments.

Jason Clark is a writer, speaker, and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.

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