Christ called his disciples to follow Him in order to become fishers of men. If we are truly a disciple of Christ, we should be engaged in disciple-making. Join Michael as he chats with Discipleship Pastor, Mark Irving, about practical ways to begin obeying Christ’s command to make disciples.
If you could do it all over again, what would you do more of? Less of? What’s a life lesson you’re desperate to pass on? Join Michael in studio with Jon Gauger as he discuss his book, “If You Could Do It All Over Again…” and shares the insight and advice he gathered from dozens of Christian leaders.
We can apply “all things in moderation” to so many aspects of our lives. Our relationship with food can sometimes be a murky area, but living by this standard can help us to fight body image fears.
Constance Rhodes, CEO and Founder of FINDINGbalance, Inc., calls herself a chronic dieter, a moniker most people can identify with at some point in their lives. Constance talks with us about the dangers of becoming a slave to our eating habits, and how we can overcome them.
What do you envision when you hear “beauty pageant?” Does the type of objectification and overindulgence portrayed in reality TV come to mind? After a career in pageantry and hosting, Ashley Eicher talks boundaries and the goal of empowering young women in the pageant industry.
Our struggles do not define us; they simply reflect the brokenness of man. A brokenness that can be healed only through God’s redemption.
Rosaria Butterfield calls pride both a personal self-defense mechanism and a “root” sin. Learn more about Dr. Butterfield’s thoughts on community in the context of Scripture in Part 2 of our chat.