- “The Bait of Satan”, “Killing Kryptonite”, “Driven by Eternity”, “Good or God” by John Bevere
- “Without Rival, Lioness Arising, Adamant” by Lisa Bevere
- “Rooted” by Banning Liebscher
- “Heart Made Whole” by Christa Black Gifford
- “You are Free” by Rebekah Lyons
- “Stronger than the Struggle” by Havilah Cunnington
- “God is Good” by Bill Johnson
- “My Name is Hope” by John Mark Comer
- “Inspired” by Kelly Clark
- “Keep Your Love On” by Danny Silk
- “Spiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship” by Jack Frost
- “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality” by Peter Scazzero
- “Soul Rest” by Curtis Zackary
- “Changes that Heal” by Dr. Henry Cloud
- “Telling Yourself the Truth” by William Backus
- “Boundaries” by Dr. Henry Cloud (All the Boundaries books are great)
- “Sum it Up” by Pat Summit
- “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz
- “Grit” by Angela Duckworth
- “Braving the Wilderness”, “Daring Greatly” by Brene Brown
- “The Slight Edge” by Jeff Olson


In the Valley, Kris Vallotton
Overcoming Anxiety, Brian Johnson of Bethel Music
Emotional Healing, Jenn Johnson of Bethel Music
Christine Caine (this sermon is straight FIRE—awesome!)
Graham Cooke, Inheritance
Havilah Cunnington, Walking Through Pain (Short clip from a sermon)
Rebekah Lyons, Jesus Culture Conference 2018
Rebekah Lyons, Audience of One (absolutely phenomenal)
Melissa Hessler, Engaging Hope in Seasons of Disappointment (really good!)
Marianne Williamson, Bereavement: How to transform Grief and Depression through
            Spiritual Healing (great interview, not Christian-based, but the material and points
            that she makes are excellent—really spoke to me)
Brene Brown, The Power of Vulnerability


- “Defender” by Katie Torwalt (also by Bethel, Rita Springer)

- “Do It Again” by Bethel, Elevation Worship

- “Yes and Amen” by Kristine DiMarco

- “Not Afraid” by Kim Walker-Smith  

- “O Praise the Name” by Kristine DiMarco

- “King of My Heart” by Stephanie Gretzinger and Jeremy Riddle

- “New Wine” by Hillsong

- “I Need You” by Lauren Daigle

- “Waymaker” by Lisa Brunson (If you like Gospel, this is your jam; powerful, especially in a hard season)

- “You Say” by Lauren Daigle