In this episode, Michael discusses questions about being unchurched. And highlights several benefits gained from leaving the four walls. He shares a renewed focus on what is important and the freedom gained from caring less about others opinions.
Michael shares a conversation he had with his wife about missing corporate worship. Is it ok to go back for a visit? Michael explores some old church mindsets that need to be challenged.
Michael loses his canopy in a storm. Then he breaks down the “scariest scripture for a Christian”: Matthew 7:21. Context is key in understanding scripture. Faith is key in pleasing God. And there is power in believing the truth.
Michael begins with an excerpt from one of his favorite books. Then recaps the beginning of the week with a “tragedy” of a storm. We all have them, but how we deal with them sets us apart. Maturity requires certain behaviors. He goes over strategy to make wise decisions and challenge better behavior.
Michael jokes about the Olympics and recaps his weekend away with his son. Drawing some interesting parallels between fatherhood and relationship with God.
Today is Former President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday. He’s throwing an outdoor party at Martha’s Vineyard that we were not invited to. Instead of celebrating his life and accomplishments, some are trash talking about the event due to the pandemic. Michael weighs in and shares some thoughts on the importance of community.
Old news, but Biden was refused communion. There is a ton of debate about it right now. And the guy leading the charge for the discussion gets caught on grindr. In this solo episode, Michael gets back to business and discusses the true Holy Communion from the Bible.
A father understands what it’s like to miss a kid once they get older and begin to find their own identity. It feels like the intimacy is gone. But the love from a true father never wains. The longing for closeness grows and the hope of connection increases with time. Michael deals with this ideaContinue reading “Does God Miss Me?”
Michael nerds out about goals and invites all to join in the epic adventure of greater discipline and ultimately success.
Any boy can be a daddy, but it takes a real man to be a father. Is that just as true if you say it the other way? Michael shares his thoughts on fathers and manhood. And celebrates the relationship he has with his boys.