In this episode, I interview Erin Dubich. Erin is a dietician, life coach, speaker, and much more. While our conversation centers around health, we cover everything from loving ourselves and living in the present to how to meet goals we set and the role that guilt can play in the process. We are all created to live life to the fullest and Erin has some surprising and helpful insights to share about that journey. I hope you will check out more of her work at http://erindubichnutrition.com.
In this episode, I have a confession to make. I am not always a good neighbor. What I mean by this might be different than what you expect. I share a story from living in Malawi as well as dive into Jesus' Parable of the Good Samaritan to discuss why issues of control, power, and shame often get in the way of being a good neighbor and what it might look like to be the best neighbor possible. Ultimately, our ability to live as a neighbor greatly impacts every single one of our relationships.
In this episode, I am joined by Kim Sullivan, the executive direction of Love Inc of Tinley Park, IL. Love Inc is a non-profit that helps connect churches with needs in the local community. It has been a joy to get to know Kim and Love Inc over the past couple of years and I love the direction our conversation goes in this episode. We get into the thick of it discussing divorce, tough love, and leading when you aren't perfect. You can find more about Love Inc at http://www.loveinctp.org and more about Kim at journeytoepiphany.wordpress.com.
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Andre Delport. Andre is the founder and president of Hands on Africa, a missions organization that runs orphanages, Bible schools, widow centers, health clinics, baseball programs, and much more across Africa. Andre has spent over 20 years working out in the remotest areas of Malawi, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Zambia, South Africa, and beyond. He brings some amazing stories and insights in this episode. We cover everything from physical miracles to casting out demons and why this is so far outside the normal experience of so many who live in the first world. You can find more about Andre and Hands on Africa at www.handsonafrica.com and on facebook at Hands on Africa.
In this first episode, I share a story from a time I got lost in Amman, Jordan and how that nights' events started me on this journey of blowing up boxes. I dig into the direction of the podcast as a whole and how I will go about helping us to rethink some things we might have previously thought or believed and dive deeper into some topics we might not be familiar with or might not have seen from other angles before. I'll cover everything from God and the Bible to science, health, politics, and more.