Off for a couple of weeks around the holidays, we are back with the podcast. Today’s podcast comes as we continue our conversation with “An Honest Look at Our Attitudes Towards Homelessness.” Whether they living under a bridge or in the nicest home that money can buy, with a generous attitude of Christ towards our fellow man, God can do amazing things through us to bless and minister with an honest heart to those living around us. We hope that today’s conversation opened your eyes a bit more to the needs of the homeless community –that they are all people too, created in the image of God just as you and I are. Let us strive to live our lives humble in spirit, thankful for what little we have, and more than that grateful for those God has in our lives.
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Learning to find gratefulness in the middle of the Christmas season is harder said than done for some — but are we finding ENOUGH gratefulness? Read this article and listen to this quick insight podcast, only 16 minutes long, to find 4 places we can gain more gratefulness in our lives…
When you listen to this podcast, we want you to totally lose your traditional view of missions, and think of it in a whole new way! This episode paints the picture of a group of “creatives” who share how God is using others around the world to spread God’s love and message in amazing ways. Missions is not always about planting churches in the jungle, running an orphanage, constructions work or medical/dental trips. Listen in today to hear about this group of story-tellers doing what they can to spread the Good News in creative ways.
Today on the podcast, Jen and I connected with a friend, Amy Noelck, working in India as a humanitarian with some great non profits, doing a variety of projects, including working with and teaching music to orphans, really impacting lives on a personal level. We know you’ll really enjoy today’s talk…
It’s not easy to overcome temptation in your life. Whether that temptation is drugs, pornography, food, intimacy, etc. If you are struggling, it is important that you know that this is not something that we do alone. Listen to today’s podcast as we chat for a few minutes with Darrell Bye, one of the Texas state directors for Celebrate Recovery, a program that focuses on dealing with life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Celebrate Recovery “offers a person the opportunity to participate in a group fellowship where love and hope combine with God’s purpose to mend our lives.”
Today we have not only an important topic, but its not just me talking. Jen joined in on the conversation as we have on some very important diplomats from across the US and across the pond… Both my guests today are people who have their own podcasts, and enjoy talking, so this could be either dangerous or very good… In this episode, we open the discussion to talk about the recent attacks in Paris as it related to immigration, refugees and what the Church’s response should be. — Also, is everything in the Church good, or are there areas that could be improved upon? In relation to culture, has the church improved, stayed the same or gotten worse as culture has changed?
In this podcast episode of PROJECT: Faith Journey we are talking with author, blogger, pastor and missionary Kenneth A. Camp (@kennethacamp). Found on the web at KennethACamp.com, he speaks to what it means to live a missional-llifestyle, something I think of as a life walked out, finding our purpose in serving others. Along with his wife, often Kenneth is talking about how he has found purpose in walking out servant leadership through missions and caring for those in need found in the foster care system.
This episode is a continuation of our last episode when we talked with Josh’s brother, Ryan. From middle school in to high school, college and married life, he’s had struggles with addiction, unfortunately mostly revolving around drug habits. It’s amazing how habits can play a role in our lives. Telling Ryan’s story, his battle continued through his married life… His habits began, seeking acceptance from others and not wanting to feel alone. But as it progressed, it became less of something he did occasionally, but something that had control of him.
This is the coming of age story of 2 boys, brothers, both close in age, growing up in the same house… Yet, their childhood wasn’t lived the same — very different in fact. We hope that you’ll listen to this episode. It’s the story of myself, and my brother Ryan, growing up in small town Mississippi. As we got older, one of us found his place in church, while the other didn’t; He found acceptance amongst his peers who weren’t always the best influence…