In this episode of the Spiritual Warriors Unite podcast I invite a new possibility of a way of seeing church. Church isn’t just a place to go to check the box for our Christian duty. It’s a place where we come alive and our dreams, purpose and passion are born and realized. It’s a place where we can be authentic, vulnerable and share our story. It’s where we are seen and heard. It’s where deep community is formed. It’s where we go to become who God created us to be so we can go out and change the world. To me this is church.
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In this episode I discuss how loneliness and isolation leads to quiet desperation, depression and despair. I discuss the importance of vulnerability and reaching out for support. Men are most susceptible to isolation and lack of social support. Through my men's discipleship programs and men's retreats it creates opportunity for community and a place for men to be vulnerable and supported.
In this episode of Spiritual Warriors Unite podcast I talk about ten traits that I believe exudes what a true spiritual warrior made in the image of God looks like.
In this podcast I talk about my recent experiences of getting my butt kicked while getting in the arena. My fear of failure and fear of truly being seen.
The classic quote from Theodore Roosevelt challenges us to dare greatly to get in the arena while embracing risk and failure.
God asks us to take great risks for Him. Moses didn't feel he was qualified to fulfill the mission God asked him to do, just as I don't feel qualified for the mission God is asking me to do. But in my weakness, God's strength will shine through.
In this podcast I will share with you three ways to get out of isolation and into community for a heart transformation.
My guest on the Divine Wellness Academy podcast is James Brown (JB) is the current host of The NFL Today on CBS, the James Brown Show and Inside the NFL. JB most recently received the 2016 Pete Rozelle Award by the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which recognizes long time exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football and The Uncommon Award from Tony Dungy for his uncommon leadership through character and faith.