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Tyler Hunsberger Live Podcast

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We are going back to where all good conversation takes place... Fireside. As a Christian, married millennial man I'm frustrated at the lack of openness and dialogue in our media, and am tired of the predictable Christian talk about faith. Let's talk about struggle, doubt, lessons and love. Join me by the fire as I engage the ideas of the most open, honest and vulnerable folks I know.

We are going back to where all good conversation takes place... Fireside. As a Christian, married millennial man I'm frustrated at the lack of openness and dialogue in our media, and am tired of the predictable Christian talk about faith. Let's talk about struggle, doubt, lessons and love. Join me by the fire as I engage the ideas of the most open, honest and vulnerable folks I know.

Location:

United States

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We are going back to where all good conversation takes place... Fireside. As a Christian, married millennial man I'm frustrated at the lack of openness and dialogue in our media, and am tired of the predictable Christian talk about faith. Let's talk about struggle, doubt, lessons and love. Join me by the fire as I engage the ideas of the most open, honest and vulnerable folks I know.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 59: Al Feria- • Disability Ministry •Parenting through Autism •Integrating into a new culture

5/30/2019
Al opens up about facing the totally unexpected diagnosis of autism for his son and how it completely reshaped his entire family and future, his involvement in "Night to Shine" and how to engage and integrate into a new culture.

Duration:01:31:04

Episode 58: Adam Larew & Mitch Keating- • Public School Teacher Chooses to Homeschool Own Kids • Value of Insulating Kids from Externals

5/1/2019
I sit down with an active public school teacher that has decided to homeschool his own kids. Mitch and Adam have both elected to homeschool their children so we get into their reasons and what the general curriculum and theory offer to parents and kids alike. Ultimately asking the question, how much exposure is "good" for your child?

Duration:01:11:39

Episode 55: J.R. Briggs- • Finding Wisdom in Failure • Author of 11 Books • Asking the Right Questions

3/13/2019
Had the privilege to speak with J.R. Briggs, author of 11 books and founder of Kairos Partnerships. We get into what wisdom can be found in failure, and why it's most certainly better to ask better questions than give better answers.

Duration:01:59:05

Episode 54: Jeff Hollenbach- • Longtime Pennridge Football Coach • Handling the Spotlight • Merging Faith and Football

3/1/2019
Longtime Pennridge HS Football coach and teacher Jeff Hollenbach talks about his football motivations, the challenges of handling the spotlight and how he merged his faith with his love of football.

Duration:01:47:59

Episode 53: Brandon Kiser- • Being a Fan of Sports • Raising Boys • The Parenting Comparison Trap

2/20/2019
Brandon Kiser and I had a fun talk on a variety of topics including the comparison trap of parenting, what it's like raising two boys and what it means to be a fan of sports. I have a lot of respect for this dude and am honored to have been friends for so long.

Duration:02:10:14

Episode 52: John Ruth- • Harvard Doctorate to Mennonite Pastor • Reflecting the Memes of Your Day • Chosen in "The Lot"

2/15/2019
John Ruth tells of how he went from being selected in "The Lot" to be the pastor to than being selected to go to Harvard for his Doctorate. Quite a life he has lived and thankfully his wisdom lives in on.

Duration:01:59:35

Episode 51: Josh Meyer- • Millennials & Faith • Mixing Christianity & Politics • Preaching Styles

2/7/2019
Josh Meyer had some very interesting takes on how he see's his role as a pastor to challenge his church and constantly making sure he is identifying possible blind spots. Found this conversation very insightful enjoyed hearing his take on millennials and how they are going about faith differently than previous generations.

Duration:01:18:59

Episode 50: Seth Laucks- • Music Therapy • Connecting Through Music • How Music Breaks Borders

1/30/2019
Had the great privilege of speaking with Living Branches Creative Arts Therapist & Music Therapist Director Seth Laucks. Truly amazing how music can move people and go deeper than simple explainable brain science.

Duration:01:19:35

Episode 49: JW Montague- • Legendary Temple U Professor/Dean • Developing a Class Preparing Students for "Real Life" • Use of the "N" Word

1/13/2019
Dean JW Montague is one of the founders of Temple Universities School of Tourism & Hospitality and known for his Legendary "Senior Seminar Class". He developed a class that was completely outside of the box and was meant to prepare students for life and the real world. We often would clash and debate within the classroom and enjoyed hearing his take on some tough topics like political discourse and the use of the "N" Word.

Duration:01:56:00

Episode 48: Kaci Hunsberger Year in Review- • First Year of Marriage • Communication Issues • Figuring Each-Other Out

1/6/2019
Kaci and Tyler discuss first year marriage thoughts reflections and lessons

Duration:00:55:49

Episode 47: Jim Laverty • Dealing with Loss of Daughter Emilee • Seasons of Life & Starting Over • Cross Cultural Experiences

1/4/2019
Jim Laverty has lived oversee's for a decade, been a pastor for several congregations, and opens up about the incredibly difficult experience of losing his daughter Emilee. His honesty and openness is immensely inspiring and equally challenging. I am a better person for this conversation.

Duration:01:27:50

Episode 46: Ryan Schroeder & Katie Ruth •Building a Tiny House • Living a Sustainable Life • Tiny House Life

12/19/2018
Had a fascinating conversation with Ryan and Katie about the Tiny house lifestyle and what the purpose of it all is and why living sustainably is so important.

Duration:01:36:36

Episode 43: James Mast- • Communicating as a Psychotherapist • New Parental Role

11/29/2018
James works at the Penn Foundation as a Psychotherapist and gave me some insight on ways of communicating better, listening better and ultimately being better. I am claiming James as my personal therapist!

Duration:01:48:04