Doug talks about how God often leads us through uncertainty. Faith doesn’t know all the steps. The Fairly Spiritual Show · Uncertainty and God’s Plan
Doug continues looking at the Holy Spirit, paying particular focus to the Holy Spirit’s work through community. The Fairly Spiritual Show · The Holy Spirit and Community
Doug talks about wrong ways we talk about Spirit-led living. He looks at the bigger picture of Pentecost and how the Spirit works through community. The Fairly Spiritual Show · Wrong Notions of Spirit-led Living
In this show Doug talks about the racist origins of Splash Mountain and what Disney’s reimagining of this ride says about race in America. Doug also examines his own justifications and reactions to racist representations in entertainment and cultural contexts. The Fairly Spiritual Show · The Racist Origins of Splash Mountain
Doug has a conversation with pastor Isaiah Johnson about racial injustice. They examine #blacklivesmatter, political divides, the gospel and awkward conversations.
Doug talks about the difference between a praxis or poiesis way of living. He looks at living life where there is value in the doing. The Fairly Spiritual Show · Praxis vs. Poiesis Living
Doug talks about the authority of Scripture. He examines weaknesses in theological movements that devalue all or some of the Bible. He gives his reasons for honoring all of God’s Word.
In this show Doug interviews his wife Jennifer Bursch about her testimony of dealing with an eating disorder and a poor understanding of God’s love.
Doug dedicated this show for people who are really struggling during the Covid-19 pandemic. The goal is to bring encouragement and compassion to those barely making it. The Fairly Spiritual Show · For those Barely Making It (Covid-19)
Doug talks about embracing how little we really understand of what God is doing and going to do. He looks at how the disciples didn’t really understand the death and resurrection of Christ as it happened. He examines how we will all face these moments of faith that we can either walk through or run […]