Doug puts us in the holiday spirit by talking about Herod’s death of being eaten by worms for not giving God glory. He talks about our purpose of giving God glory.
Doug talks about how he is dealing with profound uncertainty in his life with the hopes that this show will bring us all closer to together and closer to God. Enjoy a very intimate look behind the curtain.
Doug talks about the most dangerous person in our lives, looking at the planks in our own eyes and the freedom of humbling ourselves in the sight of God. A great show to listen to before we crusade against the sin of others.
Doug talks about living based on the leading of God’s presence. Are we living based on principles or presence?
Doug talks about how life is full of suffering yet we don’t always examine the cause of our suffering. He looks at living for our will or the will of God. A show about treating the cause of our symptoms.
So Doug sort of got off track on this show. He said it was going to be about one thing but then spent the entire show talking about why we should appreciate pastors. A heartfelt detour.
Doug talks about how God’s miracles are often bigger than anything we are praying for or even imagining. He looks at how the limited prayer life of the Act’s church led to some unimaginable miracles.
Doug talks about rejecting Christian escapism. He looks at how the Acts church was called to prepare for a famine as an example of how we are often called to prepare to walk through difficult times and circumstances.
Doug talks about embracing the reality of our calling instead of comparing our existence to a fiction that has never really existed. He looks at how to deal with ministry rejection and new ministry opportunities through examining the life of Paul.
Doug talks about how the new Downton Abbey film has him thinking about the value of every member of the body of Christ.