Doug talks about how to respond to disillusionment with the current Christian political climate and witness. He also talks about apathy as an expression of privilege. This show will encourage anyone who feels lost in the political madness.
Doug talks about why people don’t apologize, how a partisan culture works against repentance and how a better understanding of grace leads to saying your sorry.
Doug talks about how many have a very limited definition of grace that does not represent the full biblical meaning. He addresses how grace is more than just the absence of punishment but the fullness of God’s blessing and favor.
Doug talks about discerning God’s will. He looks at old forms and new forms of legalism, living according to the Spirit versus according to the flesh and how to practically discern God’s leading. A great show for people looking for practical discernment.
Doug shares a special unfiltered interview of his guest appearance on the Fuel For Life Podcast, hosted by Bogdan Kipko. During the podcast, Doug talks about ministry and accountability, dealing with conflict, celebrity Christian culture, consumerism, the problem with options, the purpose of the church, spirituality versus sensuality, dealing with hurt in the church, spectating […]
Doug talks about fundamental problems with the church growth movement and gives suggestions on better ways to encourage pastors and churches to pursue God’s calling. Lots of provocative thoughts about why the experts are increasing but the church at large is still declining.
Doug talks about the problem with focusing our lives on trending topics. He examines how Jesus avoided addressing interactions that would have derailed his purpose for ministry. He looks at how we let social media or even Satan set the agenda for our days and spiritual lives.
Doug talks about implementing and pursuing God’s vision for your ministry in the face of failure and lack of encouragement. He talks about his own calling to minister through weakness, instead of through power and platform.
Doug talks about radical faith in the face of profound disillusionment. Why we sometimes have to curse a tree that isn’t producing fruit, so that we can live for a mountain moving revolution.
In response to the trajedy in Las Vegas, Doug talks about why would a good God allow for evil in the world. He looks at issues related to God’s sovereignty and human free will. He also examines why Hell is included in the story of God’s great love for His powerful creation.