This week we introduce you to our current project. The Cure for Parents; not so much The Cure for parenting.
This week John takes us through the story of a hard season with his daughter. He realized that his expectation of trust didn't fit with how active he had been in her life. This epiphany lead to a profound year in their relationship of rebuilding trust together.
This week we are talking about how all religious answers eventually get tested.
It often takes us losing our vision for ministry before we can see that God is far more interested in our person.
This week we are talking about John's trip to Bosnia during the late 90's. His experience was not a Hallmark card of Christian experiences. So how does God love us in the midst of, "all we were going to do for God"?
Will we live our lives catering to a phantom audience? This week we talk about being who you are in Christ wherever you are; without having to manage every possible reaction.
A community of grace laughs together. Not that they aren't sometimes inappropriate, but they have more time to let others feel out their humor without slapping their hand. All humor is meant to build up, sometimes it takes awhile for us to get there. It is worth the time.
This week we are talking about how grace is experienced; it takes others to help us experience real grace. Sometimes, we are those others, because there is no one else around to start the environment.
This week on the podcast we are talking about the night John first went to see Les Miserables. It was a God encounter that first moved John to grace.
On My Worst Day takes us back to 1985 when John had one of his most painful ministry moments. We learn how easy it is to do the wrong thing with what may be accurate information.
More Fresh and Favorite verses for you this week. Talking about the grace we stand in and the hope we exult in
Today we continue our fresh and favorite verses with Ephesians 3:17-19 and get to hear from one of our staff members about her experience in the High Trust Leader Course.
The motivation of grace will always bear greater fruit than demand or coercion.
In this week's story from On My Worst Day, we see that in an environment of grace, we are endeavoring to give others the benefit of the doubt when it comes to their motive.
This week John and David check in, talking about collaboration that can only come about through the power of God's grace.