Doug Talks about why it is important to know who we are in Christ before we head out into the world. He looks at why Jesus was baptized and why Amazon keeps recommending people purchase dog brushes whenever they search Doug Bursch.
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 the foundational principles of the gospel that Christians have lost and the need to find them. He also talks about a cat that would not go away.
On today’s show Doug talks about how Christians are to be known for how much we love. He also talks about the most unlucky man in America.
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.
The 5th Avenue Theatre’s presentation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame may have songs and movie title lettering from its Disney film predecessor, but this Seattle production has abandoned any pretense of Disney’s “Happiest Place on Earth” motif to thoroughly ground the musical in the tormented source material of Victor Hugo’s original novel. The themes are […]
Jesus told a room full of men to “leave her alone.” These words should serve as a warning to all of us as we process our current culture and the treatment of women in the church. Doug talks about why Jesus warned his followers to not judge the offering of a certain prophetic woman and […]
Doug talks about receiving correction. After last week’s show he had a conversation with a listener concerning how he could better communicate. Doug looks at our need to avoid defensiveness when being confronted about our weaknesses, growth areas or just plain old sin.
Doug talks about how church hate has become big business in the Christian ministry industry. He talks about the problem of assessing unhealthy community without faciliating better examples. He looks at the difference between a spectator and a reformer mindset. Lots of provocative ideas to contemplate on this week’s show.
When I told my wife, Jennifer that we were seeing the North American touring production of Love Never Dies at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, she asked me if it was a “new James Bond musical.” I said something such as “No, although I would totally see a James Bond musical, Love Never Dies is […]