This conversation between Jason and Don Keathley dives into Don’s history and the evolution that led to the Grace Awakening Network.

The guys discuss the transformative power of grace, the Fatherhood of God, unconditional love, inclusion, and the practicality of the manifestation of the sons of God. The conversation delves into the importance of trust, the revelation of God’s love, and the significance of becoming the light of the world. They also explore the concept of faith and the measureless revelation of God’s love.

The conversation delves into the concept of sonship and the revelation of the Father’s love, emphasizing the integration of Jesus’ identity with our own. It explores the idea of theosis and the developmental process of becoming the fullest measure of the stature of Christ.

The discussion also touches on the nature of rest, the seamless flow between two realms, and the transformation of hearts and minds through union with the Father.

For more information on Don Keathley
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/
Website: www.donkeathley.com
Global Grace Seminary: www.globalgraceseminary.net/don-keathley/
GAN: www.gantv.com

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Podcast intro and outro music by Wilde Assembly

Jason Clark is a relational theologian—a storyteller who writes to reveal the transforming kindness of the love of God. He has authored several books, including Leaving and Finding Jesus, & God Is (Not) In Control. He is the lead communicator at A Family Story and host of Rethinking God with Tacos PODCAST. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their four children, Madeleine and Joseph, Ethan, and Eva.

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