World's #1 Dad: Episode 503

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World's #1 Dad: Episode 503

Sep 21, 2017
Guests: Jake Roberson, Stephanie Schlabach, Brandon Wilson, Dr. Charles Mully, Dickson Mully, Esther Mully and Tim Sanford

[52:30] - 

What God's been teaching us lately, plus the man who fathers the world's largest family, and is it smart to date through anxiety and depression?

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Featured musical artist: About a Mile

EPISODE SEGMENTS

What God's Teaching Me

Spiritual Growth|Roundtable
Guests: Jake Roberson, Stephanie Schlabach and Brandon Wilson

[22:05] - 

It's great to stop once in a while and reflect on how we're growing in our faith. What are we learning from God's Word? How are we maturing? What's changing in us? Sharing this with brothers and sisters in Christ is both motivating and encouraging. We can "spur one another on" in the process. So that's what we're doing this week as we pause to get pumped up about how God's growing and stretching our faith.

From Rags to Riches to World-Changer (Part 1)

Family|Culture
Guests: Dr. Charles Mully, Dickson Mully and Esther Mully

[23:20] - 

It's a movie-worthy plot: Abandoned by his family when he was six, an orphaned child in Kenya works his way out of poverty, finds God, and becomes a wealthy and influential businessman. But then [spoiler alert], he sells everything, and together with his wife and eight biological children, begins welcoming African orphans into his home. This is the story of Dr. Charles Mully, the subject of the documentary "Mully," in theaters October 3-5, 2017. Lisa sits down with Charles, his wife, Esther, and son Dickson to hear the incredible journey that resulted in the world's largest family. The Mullys have now rescued more than 12,000 children from the streets of Kenya.

Anxiety, Depression, and Dating

Dating|Inbox
Guests: Tim Sanford

[5:08] - 

Is it wise to date while struggling with anxiety and depression? What are the warning signs, and how do you know you're in an OK place to move forward? A licensed counselor weighs in.