Doug talks about how to love someone with mind blindness and looks at how grace should influence how we treat the people we love who don’t always understand our needs.
Doug talks about why it might not be biblical to ask someone for forgiveness. This show delves into the process of repentance and looks at how sinners should pursue reconciliation with the people they have sinned against.
Doug talks about the toxic language that has crept into how leaders speak about church health and church growth. He advocates for leadership development that encourages more pastors to engage the harvest. This show challenges some of the fundamental assumptions of the church growth movement.
Doug talks about who is forming our voice. He looks at why the disciples spoke like Christ and many Christians today speak like pagans.
Doug talks about God’s answer to hopelessly disconnected relationships. He looks at how the Spirit can give us a voice that will reach every person, regardless of the divides.
Doug talks about how our identity is often formed as a rejection or an embrace of the way we were parented. He looks at how people from authoritarian households reject or embrace their parents and how this rejection and embrace influences adult relationships.
Doug talks about how God spoke to us through the stories and movies we liked as children. He examines some of the childhood stories he loved and how they influenced his calling as an adult.
Doug talks about the divided tongues of fire that rested on the believers in Acts 2 and are available for believers today. He looks at the prophetic authority given to both male and female at Pentecost.
Doug talks about embracing our conflicted selves. He examines the concepts of duplicity, multiplicity and our human interior and exterior lives. The show takes a deep look at human identity and wholeness.
Doug talks about how when our relationships aren’t healthy we focus on roles, systems and structures. He looks at how an unhealthy focus on roles impacts our understanding of masculinity, marriage and parenting.