Dan Allender, a prominent Christian therapist, author, professor, and speaker who focuses on sexual abuse, trauma recovery, and story sits down with us to discuss his calling. Allender’s passion for engaging with the brokenness of this world is born out of his own palpable delight in the gospel of Jesus. The Dans discuss a whole range of topics from facing our own death, to journaling, to narcissism in the Church and workplace. There’s something for everyone in here, and above all is the invitation to delight daily in the extravagant, playful, awesome goodness of Christ.
Check out Dan Allender’s latest book, “Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling.“
In this second segment of our two-part interview with former American Senator Jim Talent, Senator Talent and Dr. Doriani talk more broadly about the American political system, the role of citizens in a democracy, and what Christians ought to expect from their elected representatives.
Steph Hubach is a Research Fellow in Disability Ministry with Covenant Seminary, author of two books on disability in the church, and formerly the director of Mission to North America’s Special Needs Ministries. Steph offers a theologically robust and deeply personal vision for what the gospel tells us about disability in both its physical and social dimensions.
Meet Dr. Robert Yarbrough: author, educator, scholar, and tree feller. Bob has written many books and articles including Clash of Visions: Populism and Elitism in New Testament Theology and the Letters to Timothy and Titus.
“The gospel is the anti-success message” – Dr. Joseph “Skip” Ryan. On our podcast we often get to hear stories of people who have had a lot of success in their work. While Dr. Ryan has had many successes in his work as a pastor and professor, he has also experienced some significant setbacks.
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