Zions Company of Women Podcast is a table set by the Spirit of God to dive into the Word of God, where the revelations of His heart are released. It is a sacred space to behold His beauty and sit in deeper realms of intimacy. Here, daughters, you will be equipped, refined, refreshed, strengthened and empowered to walk with Him into new and uncharted territories and to flourish in your identity in Him.

Join your hosts Lana and Courtney, come sit at His feet in deep intimacy, and arise as a warrior in this new era. We will dive deep into conversations with other powerful women of God, as He sets the table for you to flourish in who He has created you to be: a daughter of God, thriving in all areas of life and walking in boldness, freedom, courage and deep wholeness.

The Lord is gathering Zion’s Company of Women in this hour. They are being summoned by the Lord — a clarion call from His heart — to arise with the Word of the Gospel and messages of His heart, released from their mouths with a mighty roar of His love and authority.

They are tender, yet strong. They live deeply in the Word of God and they sit in the revelatory secrets He is releasing. They are being equipped for the days ahead by His Spirit: by the washing, refining and revelation of the Word, refreshed in His presence and strengthened and empowered by His Rhema and Holy Spirit.

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Episode 1

Intro

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Welcome to Zion’s Company of Women Podcast. In this very first episode, our hosts, Lana Vawser and Courtney Kueck, introduce themselves and share the heart behind the podcast.

Episode 29

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Jacob’s Ladder #3: Building the Generationss

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Lana Vawser and Courtney Kueck discuss verse 14 of Genesis 28. The promise God gave to Jacob in his dream was not just for him, but for the generations. In this new year, God is speaking about legacy and raising up the next generation: a generation who is not weighed down by past religious expectations, but who is also looking to the older generation for guidance. Just as God called Abraham to live face to face with His presence, so should we, as the generations together, make seeking God’s face our priority.

In Jacob’s dream, God reaffirms the promise that He gave to Abraham — and now to Jacob himself — I will give you this land. As we ascend, in 2024, God is calling us higher with Him. God wants to bring us into a place of rest and wonder, in knowing that He is the God who fulfils His promises, not only to us now, but to the generations. In this episode, Lana and Courtney also speak an encouragement to the mothers and grandmothers who have stood and fought for the promises for their families. We should not underestimate the seeds that we plant. As we dive deeper with God, we are building a heritage for the next generation. 

Here is the link to the prophetic word Lana mentions in this podcast. It was first released in 2016 and God highlighted it again to Lana recently.

Episode 28

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Jacob’s Ladder #2: Land and Territories

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Episode 27

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Jacob’s Ladder: The Journey Begins

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Episode will go live 9am AEST January 18th

Lana and Courtney begin an exciting new series on the Biblical story of Jacob’s ladder (Genesis 28). They share how Jacob’s dream at Bethel was the beginning of his rebirth and destiny: and they share the spiritual significance of how that relates to us today. The start of 2024 is the beginning of something important. It is a ‘pillow to pillar’ moment, where we — like Jacob — begin to realise who God is and what He is doing around us. There is a new place of rest: the fruit of encounter and transformation, a place of ascension and birthing. God is re-introducing Himself to us in greater ways — to His power, His love and His nature: where the supernatural is going to become even more natural in the coming year.

In the first episode of 2024, Lana Vawser and Courtney Kueck bring us some keys for the new year, and share what God has put on their hearts for the next season. In a place where God’s kairos (appointed time) meets our kronos (time), there is a redemption of so many things. God is restoring His promises. He is calling us to ‘look again’ — to come deeper into His heart and to see things how He sees them. There is a hope and wonder, if only we look now and come up higher!

Episode 26

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Come Up Here!

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Episode 25

Lisa Bruton: Fully Alive — Fully Found

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Lisa shares with Lana and Courtney some powerful personal testimonies that show how God relentlessly pursues us. The heart of her story is knowing who the Father is and how much He tenderly loves us. With a focus on Him, we can be free to be authentically ourselves. Free to make mistakes, free to be imperfect — because He doesn’t wait for us to get it all together before He uses us. Even when we feel God is far away, He is always there: and there is power in a simple prayer of ‘Help.’ If we look for Him everywhere, we will find Him. 

‘Love driven obedience’ is when we can give God our yes because we know His nature: He is kind, He is loving and He is good. When we know this we can say yes, even when the yes is costly. The more we see God —see His true nature — the more we overflow in that yes. The source of our obedience comes from intimacy, and we become driven by devotion. It is then that we can lay down our gifts and calling and discover His plans are so much bigger and better.

Episode 24

Bianca Serratore: Fully Alive — A Yes in Her Heart.

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Episode will go live 9am AEST December 6th

Episode 23

Susana Taumoepeau: Fully Alive — Authentic Authenticity

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Join us as Susana talks about how she learnt to be honest with herself and honest with God. When we are honest, God can go into the broken places. When we are honest, God can show us who we truly are. When we are honest we discover a part of ourselves that we never knew existed and we feel so free. Romans 5 says, ‘While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.’ While we are in our worst possible place, He still loves us, still wants us. We can bring our masks and our mess to Him. The Bridegroom is coming for His bride. He is coming to awaken us to who we are. We will carry His heart, and other people will be awakened by our awakening. 

Paul wrote in Romans that God, ‘works all things together for the good.’ The Psalmist declared, ‘I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.’ But how could they say this in the midst of trouble? They trusted in the redemption of the Lord. This is not just the redemption of salvation, or the redemption that we will one day see in Heaven, but the redemptive power that works in our lives now. Redemption that gives beauty for ashes and joy for mourning. In this episode Eloise shares with Courtney and Lana about some real and raw times when she had to intentionally choose to lay down her ashes so God could turn it into beauty. The process is not always easy: sometimes you need to lay the same thing down again and again. In the end, it’s important to remember that the grace and redemption of the Father is not dependent on us, but on Him.

Episode 22

Eloise de Haas: Fully Alive — The Lord’s Redemption

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Episode 21

Jo Sarah Stanford: Fully Alive — Fully Me

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We are who God has made us. A masterpiece. Filled with gifts, talents, hopes and dreams — beyond what we could imagine. Join Lana, Courtney and Jo, as Jo shares some stories about how God took her ‘yes’ and turned it into something incredible. The journey of ‘yes’ is not alway easy. It requires trust. This trust is found in the Secret Place — in that place of intimacy with the Lord. And there you realise it’s not so much about the journey, but about the Secret Place itself.

Living fully alive is a daily conversation of trust with the Father. It is learning to live in intimacy as His daughters, and stewarding what He has given us. As we mature, this intimacy changes and matures also. We lay down old methods and structures to grow into a whole new level of encounter. Sometimes this means practising a thankful posture, even in the midst of difficult circumstances; and giving God the authority, instead of taking control. But when we yield our control to Him, we rise in His authority, knowing He is our firm foundation. Here, we can encourage and strengthen others without competition, calling each other deeper into Christ.

Episode 20

Rachael Burton: Fully Alive — Growth

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Episode 19

Roma Waterman: Fully Alive — Rhythms of Rest

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In the first episode of season three, we ask, ‘what does it mean to live as a woman of God, fully alive?’ Roma joins Lana and Courtney to discuss the rhythms of life and how God is changing the way we work, so we can rest while still producing. We look at how seasons of rest are just as important as seasons of productivity: and ask who are we when we aren’t producing. Is our identity tied to what we do? They also share some practical tips on how to operate from that place of rest, and encourage us to find the purpose in the little, beautiful things God puts around us.

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Join Courtney, Lana and Katherine, as Katherine shares her heart for a life of worship. Worship is a foundational place of transformation. Living a life of worship is sometimes a sacrifice, but where there is sacrifice, there is always a response from heaven. Through this, we acknowledge His Lordship, and understand that He becomes our protector. This brings peace as we discover God delights in providing for us. He calls us to surrender so that every part of our lives are transformed. He brings His Bride into alignment with Him, so that we live from a place of overflow, and come to the revelation of God’s true, loving nature.

Episode 18

Katherine Ruonala: The Sacrifice of the Bride

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Episode 17

Anita Alexander: The Maturing of the Bride

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Our Journey is about love. To always be in pursuit and always be pursued. God’s view of love is different to our worldly view. He wants to take us to a higher maturity of what true love looks like. Do we choose to keep our bridal covenant with God, or do we covenant with the things of this world and the lies we believe? Maturity is a life of all in abandon: saying I’m not living for myself, but living for Him. This maturity is the beauty of the Bride, reflecting the beauty of the King.

Sarah is real and raw as she shares from her journey in living daily as the Bride. When we say, ‘I’m unworthy…I’m not good enough…’ God says, ‘I am the I AM.’ It is HIS voice we must listen to, not the voice of the accuser. Sometimes we struggle with God’s love, yet the struggle is not with Him, but within ourselves. He holds us, safe and secure, until we finally come to a resolution that His love is the only answer to our every question. He is the safe place in the chaos. Our devotion is developed in these moments: and as we move forward, we invite others into His embrace too.

Episode 16

Sarah Wiseman: Living as the Bride

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Episode 15

Lana Engelbrecht: Mother and the Bride

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As He is present, and we are in Him and He is in us, everything we need is provided. In that place of freedom we find love, we find healing, we find our voice. As we find our identity as the Bride, and be who we are created to be, this allows our children to be themselves. Knowing our identity allows our children to find their own expression. Learning to be the Bride is sometimes an unlearning of other things first. Do we turn to our Heavenly Father for help or do we act out of our own insecurities and try to do it ourselves? We must remember that He loves us, always, and He loves our children more than we ever could.

Join Lana and Courtney as they share and discuss what is on the Lord’s heart for the hour that we are in. As we have crossed over into the Hebraic new year of 5784, Lana and Courtney unpack the word of promises fulfilled and discuss what it looks like to stand in the place of occupying within His heart.

Episode 14

Special Episode

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Episode will go live 9am AEST September 29th

Episode 13

Carolyn Williams (Billing): The Fragrance of the Bride

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As we live in a place of deep intimacy with God, we begin to take on His fragrance. We smell like Him, we look like Him, because we are near to Him. Yet,  the focus of the fruit of this is not to do things for God, but to be ministering unto Him and living in His heart. We are held in the spotlight of His gaze. His love. We may feel like hiding, but when we truly understand these moments of encounter, it changes everything. His love becomes a foundation, a conviction that says, “His gaze over me is love. He adores me!” This fortifies us to go forth into the greater works He has for us, knowing these works do not determine our identity. Then, in turn, our own gaze shifts to Him, and we declare, “I refuse to look away!”

Join us as Emma shares her heart on how we, as the Bride of Christ, are created to reflect Jesus. We are pure because He is pure. Worthy because He is worthy. Righteous because He is righteous. He is a creative God, and His creativity lives in us. He is our foundation. We walk through this life, not in our own strength, but out of an overflow of who He is.

Episode 12

Emma Sims: The Reflection of the Bride

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Episode 11

Candice Shaw: Redefining the Bride

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Candice shares from personal experience how to navigate the ups and downs of everyday life, while still staying pure as the Bride of Christ. The challenge is to keep our hearts tender: but there is an invitation to allow Him to prove Himself to us in that place of refining, as He reveals His true nature. To pursue Him and allow Him to pursue us. In a world of comparison, we are to live in a place where His voice is the loudest.

We are not just the Bride as individuals, but as the collective Body of Christ. We are each created to release the fragrance of God wherever we go, and however that may look like. In this episode Rebekah shares how God spoke into her identity as the Bride of Christ and how the little, unseen things in her life matter. Jesus is calling us to make ourselves ready, by living in a place of His purity, consecration and holiness. He is calling us to be set apart, to stand out from the world and reflect who He is. When He speaks into our lives, the things of the world naturally fall away. When we learn more of who we are, we live in the identity of the Bride.

Episode 10

Rebekah Bartels: The Body and the Bride

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Episode 9

Song of Songs 6

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As the Shulamite Bride’s focus shifts from herself to her Bridegroom-King, her garden continues to blossom and grow. Even in her imperfection, we see a beautiful transformation taking place, bringing forth fragrant fruits for her Beloved. And so as we journey deeper in Christ, He delights in the fragrant fruits of our lives.

The Shulamite has now become pure and complete. As a bride and mother, she now carries the word and heart of her king. A shift has come and the Bridegroom-King is wooing others through her. What a privilege it is that we get to carry our Beloved’s heart, words and His nature, as His life flows through us. We now carry that same love to awaken and empower others. All his desires are complete in us, and we are never to be separated again

Episode 8

Song of Songs 7-8

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Episode 7

Song of Songs 5

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As the Shulamite surrenders to her Bridegroom-King and allows Him to love her, she finds strength and life within. Just as we are nourished by God’s tenderness and love, so we find freedom and a greater expression of who we are.

Learning to live in God’s Kingdom and to walk in His identity is a lifetime journey. It’s a never ending process of purification, going deeper and deeper. Often this process can be painful, but as hard and unglamorous as it is, it’s where the power to set us free really comes from. If we want to be living in purity, we have to walk through it. Remember though: We don’t strive to become the pure bride — we already are. We are not a victim — we are walking from a place of victory.

We so enjoyed recording this podcast and felt such power in its message that we couldn’t wait to release it. We are breaking from the Song of Songs to share it with you, but the Shulamite will be back next week.

Episode 6

Natalie Fuller: Purifying the Bride

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Episode 5

Song of Songs 4

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As the Shulamite surrenders to her Bridegroom-King and allows Him to love her, she finds strength and life within. Just as we are nourished by God’s tenderness and love, so we find freedom and a greater expression of who we are.

What do we do when we encounter a wilderness season — that dark night of the soul — where we feel God is nowhere to be found? Lana and Courtney share how their own hard seasons drew them into deeper intimacy with the Lord. They, like the Shulamite, were driven by devotion to “find the one their heart loves.”

Episode 4

Song of Songs 3

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Episode 3

Song of Songs 2

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What song is the Lord singing over you? It takes courage to sit with Him and ask this question. Together with Lana and Courtney, we walk with the Shulamite as she discovers her identity in the song sung over her.

Join Lana and Courtney, as they embark upon a journey into the book of Song of Songs. Just as the Bridegroom-King called the Shulamite woman, so our King Jesus calls to us, wooing His bride into an adventure of love.

Episode 2

Episode 2 - Song of Songs 1

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