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 his personal struggle with serving the created instead of the Creator. He reads from his book The Community of God: A Theology of the Church From a Reluctant Pastor addressing chapter Four: “Pursuing the Tree of Ruin.”
Doug talks about facilitating environments that provide healing for childhood trauma. He also looks at signs individuals might be struggling with how to deal with childhood abuse or trauma. He specifically speaks about dissociation and integration when dealing with abuse. This show could be very helpful for individuals seeking help with childhood trauma or who […]
Doug talks about how God hears and honors the prayers of pagans. He looks at how Christians are called to bring the clarity of Jesus to a world seeking relationship with God.
Doug talks about our erroneous Christian caste system. How does God really assess the worth of our ministry?
Doug talks about his present faith journey and how profoundly weak he feels in this current ministry season. A great show for anyone waiting for prayers to be answered and doors to be opened.
Doug asks this question: Could God use you to reach your enemy? He examines our role in God’s plan of reconciliation.
Doug talks about our unwillingness to truly admit that we are terribly wrong. He examines the Apostle Paul’s journey of being confronted with his profound wrongness. Can we truly be confronted when we are wrong? A great show for people who are always right or for people who might feel they could possibly be wrong.
Doug talks about why we feel sad after good days. He looks at how we can live according to the Spirit and not according to how we feel.
On this show Doug talks about the radical difference between American and Biblical Christianity. Why do we have such high expectations of God, yet most of us haven’t remotely embraced the gospel of our New Testament brothers and sisters.