Learning to Follow
John has spent the majority of his radio career in the second chair as co-host, Patrick is the youngest of four brothers, and Diane has a strong personality that’s made it difficult to let her husband lead in marriage. Following can be hard, especially when our culture (and even the church) praises leadership and getting ahead. Almost all of us have to follow someone. How can we learn to do it well? Our panel discusses the upside of not being in charge.
Where You Are Isn’t Who You Are
Guests: Chrystal Evans Hurst,
Chrystal once asked God to break both of her legs. Seriously. She hated her job and current life stage so much that she was desperate to have something slow her down and reset her life. Have you ever felt like that? Pastor Tony Evans’ daughter Chrystal Evans Hurst shares how she learned to not let an unplanned pregnancy, life as a single parent, job woes and other unhappy life circumstances bring her down. She gives strategies for making the most of your current situation, and offers hope for finding your true identity in Christ.
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Why You Should Care About the Election
Guests: Carrie Earll,
Did you know there’s an election this November? We’re not voting for a president, but the issues at stake are still super vital. Public policy analyst Carrie Gordon Earll gets us caught up on what we need to know to be informed voters. (Her summary is five minutes long. Politics haters, you can handle this.)