In this episode I interview New York Times Bestselling Author Stephen Mansfield about his book "In Search for God and Guinness." Listen as he talks about how John Wesley so impacted the life of Arthur Guinness that this beer entrepreneur changed the face of social outreach and loving people for the sake of the gospel! Links to his other books are provided in the show notes.
-In Search for God and Guinness
-Mansfields Book of Manly Men
-Never Give In-Look at the Life of Winston...
In this episode we dedicate is completely to some great music. Listen in to the tunes of Marshall Marshall, We Are Vessel, All Tribes, Shope, Charlene Nash, Roy Tosh and more!
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What happens when a white guy from middle class suburbs decides to move into an all black neighborhood? Something inspiring.
In this episode I interview Will Anderson and I discuss his non profit that helps young men learn the art of wood working and making everything from skateboards, to coffee shop build out art and the money they earn helps send them to college and creates life skills. Tune in as we talk about racial reconciliation as well as hear music from the band Versus and August...
In this episode we listen to music by:
Proud Refuge-Trust and Believe
Charlene Nash-Real Love
Chris Howland-I Got You
We Are Vessel-Holding On
We also talk with Randall from We are Vessel and listen to how he struggles with self worth and confidence in his gifts. Tune in as we listen to great music as well as Randall's story of leaning into God in times of doubt.
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Want to be inspired?
Listen to how one small town Nebraska kid grew up to be so passionate about helping people, he has slept under bridges in the winter to raise money AND skateboarded across the state of Nebraska 3x!
Mike Smith is a crazy passionate social entrepreneur who has started skate parks, a coffee, an art gallery, a music venue and travels the country speaking in schools. This guy is anything but average. Listen in as he tells you how all of this started.