On today’s show Doug talks about making room for sacred moments in every single day of our lives, especially during the holiday season. He also talks about how he locked himself in his own shed.
Doug talks about the extremely important and unimportant role Joseph played in the Christmas story. Doug looks at how we need to embrace our incredibly important and unimportant role in God’s plan for our lives.
On today’s show Doug talks about how spiritual, physical and psychological abuse impact our ability to abide in community. He looks at how we need to be safe people who facilitate safe places for the sinned-against.
On today’s show Doug talks about how you are worthy to be rescued and how God is strong enough to protect you during the storms of life. He shares inspiring music from his brother Dan’s This Life and The Psalms Project albums. An encouraging show.
A musical that repeatedly proports “the sun will come out tomorrow” seems appropriate for audiences used to perpetually cloudy, dark, rain-slogged Pacific Northwest winters. Consequently, Annie finds itself back in Seattle once again championing the infectiously optimistic, dare I say escapist, mantra that “tomorrow there will be sun.” Despite my preconceived cynical disposition, I was […]
On today’s show Doug talks about abandoning the myth of the perfect church, family, friendship or community. Doug also talks about why he is praying for Robert Mueller and the Russian Investigation.
Today’s show is geared towards pastors of churches with 200 or fewer people. Doug talks about how easy it is to lose your identity pastoring in the church growth and assessment age. He gives advice on how to find and maintain your identity as a pastor of a small or normal sized church.
Doug talks about how Jesus and his disciples ministered through community. He looks at how most Christian leadership books get the concept of Jesus and discipleship wrong. He also examines how Paul’s ministry began because of the work of Barnabas.
On today’s show Doug talks about the danger of being a lone, alone Christian. He looks at the biblical images of being the body of Christ and the temple of God. He also looks at the warning against destroying God’s church.
Doug talks about having a Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego kind of calling that refuses to bow down or give up. He looks at the difference between being spectators and doers of the Kingdom.