Doug talks about how God often leads us through uncertainty. Faith doesn’t know all the steps. The Fairly Spiritual Show · Uncertainty and God’s Plan
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Doug talks about the difference between a praxis or poiesis way of living. He looks at living life where there is value in the doing. The Fairly Spiritual Show · Praxis vs. Poiesis Living
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 spiritual prosperity. Is Christ enough or do we need more to be satisfied in life? We examine Paul’s life as he waited on God with very little worldly success to defend his life.
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 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 […]
Doug talks about the extremely important and unimportant role Joseph played in the Christmas story. Doug looks at how we need to embrace our incredibly important and unimportant role in God’s plan for our lives.
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.
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 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.