On today’s show Doug talks about being a scoffer. Are we advancing the gospel or just sitting around ridiculing people?
Every year Craig DesJardins provides me with a new Thematic Bible Reading Plan to share with my Fairly Spiritual friends. Here is the 2019 edition. Feel free to use this plan and to share it with others. Please make sure you credit Craig DesJardins for all his hard work. Enjoy and God bless! 2019 Bible […]
Doug talks about how God works with people who diligently seek him, even though they have incomplete, inaccurate or even extremely errant theology. Doug looks at how faith grows not in having the right answers but in passionately pursuing Messiah. He gives examples of how God used astrologers, polygamists, and Pharaoh to reveal his will […]
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 what distinguishes Christians from the rest of the people on the face of the earth. And he talks about a seal hitting a kayaker with an octopus.
Doug Talks about the difference between being political versus partisan. He looks at how Christians are called to not just be right, but reconciling. He also examines George Washington’s Farewell Address and what it tells us about America’s real problem.
Doug talks about what is separating us from loving Jesus and loving others. He also talks about the best job in the world.
Doug talks about faith for failures or succeeding when it looks like you are failing. He looks at the importance of Abram becoming Abraham and the role of faith in the life of Abraham and the life of every Christian. An encouraging word for anyone about to give up.
On today’s show Doug provides advice for strange or “different” pastors. This show is for introverts, the overly-sensitive or any minister who just doesn’t fit in.
Today’s show is all about encouraging Christians to create, to write, to draw, to paint, to dance, to do what God has placed on their hearts. Doug talks about resisting the spirit of this negative, spectator, assessment age through creativity. He looks at how we need to expand our definition of Christian art and Christian […]