In this episode I got to chat with Brian McLaren. He is an activist, speaker, and my favorite author. Check out his many books and other work here.
If you are struggling, or know someone who is struggling with their faith transforming, this interview will be helpful. Mark uses his personal as well as his therapeutic experience to discuss the journey from deconstruction to reconstruction. Make sure to check out his book here.
In this episode Alexander John Shaia shares his illuminating approach to the Gospels that sees each Gospel as answering a particular question that we all face at several times in our lives. This approach is making the Gospels come alive for me in a whole new way. Make sure to check out Alexander John Shaia's work at https://www.quadratos.com/
Get his beautiful book "Hearts and Minds: The Four-Gospel Journey For Radical Transformation" on here
Jason has a huge heart and a great story. We discuss finding healing from our spiritual trauma and experiencing love in those hurting places in our hearts. Check out his Messy Spirituality podcast and the upcoming NOMAD conference at his site http://jasonelam.org/
In this episode I chat with my friend Brad Hill, who is an author, podcast host, life coach, and Director of Heart Connexion Ministries. He offers a lot of wisdom from the journey he has walked. If you have ever wrestled with how to follow the whispers in your heart about what your next step is, this will be a great encouragement. Enjoy!
Does the typical view of hell make it hard for you to see God as a loving Father? Join Keith Giles and I as we explore this topic. We discuss his new book, "Jesus Undefeated: Condemning the False Doctrine of Eternal Torment." Check it out here.
I dive into this topic as well in my book, "There's a God In My Closet: Encountering the Love Who Embraces Our Skeletons." Check it out here.
Wonderful conversation with Paul Young about his book "The Shack", and entering into our hearts to find the healing God has for us.
Check out Paul's work at wmpaulyoung.com
Check out my book "There's a God In My Closet" at bdelong.com
Stephanie Lobdell is a pastor, preacher, and writer. She currently serves as the Campus Pastor at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. She is the author of Signs of Life: Resurrecting Hope Out of Ordinary Losses. She is an incredibly gifted writer, and her book gives inspirational insight into how the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ impacts our everyday lives. Check out her work at http://www.stephanielobdell.com
Interview with Brad Jersak: Letting go of unhealthy spirituality, and embracing a compassionate God.
In this episode, I chat with Brad Jersak about finding a healthier understanding of faith. Check out his work at his website, bradjersak.com
Also, check out this video with Brad:
Paul continues discussing the dynamics of internalized shame and trauma and the effects they have in our relational, spiritual, and emotional health. He also discusses ways to move forward and find healing.