Interview with author speaker Jonathan Malm

Episode 4 – Interview with young author, entrepreneur & speaker: Jonathan Malm

In this episode for PROJECT: Faith Journey, we took a few minutes to sit down with author, entrepreneur & speaker, Jonathan Malm.

Topics discussed:

  • What are you doing to achieve your dreams in God?
  • Are you allowing God to make in you something creative and good?
  • What is the church doing to make visitor feel “unwelcome” — and how are you doing the same in your own life?

Resources / book discussed in this episode:

  • Unwelcome
    In this practical book, Jonathan Malm examines 50 ways churches make first-time visitors feel unwelcome. The transgressions range from church “insider-only” lingo to awkward transitions, a cold congregation to the over-eager greeter. (Yeah, I feel awkward just talking about it.) Don’t let your church visitor, or people you meet in your own life, feel unwelcome.

  • Created for MoreCreated for More
    Are you compartmentalizing (and ultimately limiting) God? If you ever feel like your times spent praying or trying to read the Bible are disconnected from the rest of your day, you need this devotional.

Want to connect further with Jonathan? — find him online on Twitter and on Jonathan’s website. Also, if you are interested in any of his others books, find Jonathan Malm’s books on Amazon.com.

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Music in this episode was contributed by Kevin Macleod.

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