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UR 125 : Getting Jesus Wrong — Matt Johnson

On episode 125, Traylor and Melody are joined by Author Matt Johnson to discuss faith, his book Getting Jesus Wrong, belonging in a community and all that life throws at you. Matt Johnson says his book is about “everything breaking” and describes it as the spiritual component of a mid life crisis. Throughout the book he discusses various stop points in his life and faith over the past 25 years and reflecting back on it all. Matt grew up in a household where his spiritual journey really...

Duration: 00:39:16

UR 124 : The Heart Of Man — Tony Anderson

On episode 124 of the Undone Redone podcast, Melody and Traylor are joined by Tony Anderson. Tony Anderson is an executive producer and composer for the upcoming film, The Heart of Man, which hits theaters September 14, 2017. Tony lends his passions and creative voice in an impactful way through the upcoming project. In this episode, Tony elaborates on the creative process behind his impact on the score of the upcoming film and how it has been brought to life before his eyes. In perhaps the...

Duration: 01:03:00

UR 123: The Heart Of Man — Brian Bird

On episode 123 of the Undone Redone podcast, Tray and Melody are joined by Brian Bird. Brian serves as Executive Producer in the upcoming film The Heart Of Man which comes out September 14, 2017. In this episode Brian discusses his passion for film making

Duration: 00:49:05

UR 122: Honest Dialogue With The LGBTQ Community — Preston Sprinkle

Tray and Melody are joined by author Preston Sprinkle on episode 122 to discuss faith, sexuality, gender and courageous love. Bridging the gap between conservatives and the LGBTQ community with an open and honest dialogue is what Preston strives to do.

Duration: 01:02:58

UR 121: The Heart Of Man — Kevin Triplett

In this week's episode Tray and Mel are joined by Kevin Triplett who lends his voice and story to the upcoming film, The Heart Of Man, coming out September 14, 2017. Kevin talks the traumas he witnessed in the line of duty and how this led to his addiction.

Duration: 01:01:48

UR 119: The Heart of Man — Justin Torrence

On this week’s episode Mel and Tray are joined by Justin Torrence who makes his debut as actor in leading role in the upcoming film The Heart Of Man. Justin plays the prodigal in the film hitting theatres September 2017. Justin talks religion and his journey to finding his role in The Heart of Man with Mel and Tray. Justin was born in Chicago where he lived until his family moved to Atlanta at the age of 11. Although acting was always a passion he did not pursue it until the end of his...

Duration: 01:02:21

The Heart of Man — Noel Bouché

On this week's episode Mel and Tray are joined by Noel Bouché of PureHOPE as he lends his voice to the upcoming film The Heart Of Man. Noel aims to inspire and equip believers to pursue a world free of sexual brokenness and exploitation through personal transformation. Noel worked as a litigation attorney in New York, Washington D.C., and Cincinnati prior to joining PureHOPE as the Chief Executive in 2008. Noel lives in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area with his wife and two daughters.

Duration: 00:46:35

UR118: Healing From Sex Addiction — Seth Alan Taylor

On this week's show, Tray and Mel are joined by author, speaker, and life-coach Seth Alan Taylor who openly shares his journey of recovery from pornography addiction and offers hope and help for fellow sojourners. Seth's first book, Feels Like Redemption, leans into the issue of porn addiction, but is a book for everyone who seeks to experience freedom in their lives. Trained by Dr. Dan Allender at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, Seth brings deep insight and wisdom to this...

Duration: 00:58:16

UR 117: The Love of God in Christ — Elyse Fitzpatrick

Tray and Mel welcome author and speaker Elyse Fitzpatrick to the Undone Redone podcast! Elyse is the author of 23 books on daily living and the Christian life, including Good News For Weary Women, Because He Loves Me, Found in Him, and Give Them Grace. Elyse is a frequent speaker at women’s conferences, has been married for over 40 years, and has three adult children and six grandchildren. Connect with Elyse at www.elysefitzpatrick.com.

Duration: 00:59:02

UR 116: The Heart of Man — Jackie Hill Perry

Episode 116 features writer, speaker, and spoken-word artist, Jackie Hill Perry, whose work has been featured in the Washington Times, The 700 Club, Desiring God, and The Gospel Coalition. Jackie lends her voice to the upcoming film, The Heart of Man, through her story of abuse and coming out of a homosexual lifestyle. Jackie's debut Christian wrap album is The Art of Joy. CLICK HERE to purchase now. Connect with Jackie on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and on her site at...

Duration: 00:42:49

UR 115: Parenting By Grace — Jessica Thompson

Episode 116 of the show features Jessica Thompson, co-author of “Give Them Grace: Dazzling Your Kids With the Love of Jesus” and “Answering Your Kids’ Toughest Questions”…two fantastic books on grace-based parenting. In this interview, you will hear Jessica’s heart for men, women, and children to be freed from the bondage of moralism so that they can live in the freedom offered by the Gospel. Here are a few great quotes from this episode: “God showed me that my goodness would never be...

Duration: 00:50:48

UR 114: Losing Religion, Finding Grace — Kendra Fletcher

Kendra Fletcher, author of Lost & Found: Losing Religion and Finding Grace, joins Tray and Mel for episode 114 of the show. Kendra is a homeschooling mother of 8 and popular conference speaker. She and her husband came close to losing 3 of their 8 children over the span of 18 months and, in the process, discovered that their clean and neat Christian formula wasn’t working. Kendra is passionate about addressing the quiet legalism that so easily infiltrates Christian communities and...

Duration: 00:42:31

UR 113: The Heart of Man — John Lynch

Author John Lynch is back on the show to discuss the upcoming movie, The Heart of Man, his new book, The Cure & Parents, and the messy work of forgiveness. John courageously and vulnerably shares his story of abuse in the film and again in today’s interview and speaks to the debilitating shame that followed as he spent years covering up his secret. Listen as he shares the wonderful freedom that followed when he finally revealed his secret and experienced unconditional love instead of the...

Duration: 01:03:41

UR 112: Jesus Came For The Train Wrecks — RJ Grunewald

Author and Pastor RJ Grunewald, a self-proclaimed theology nerd, joins Tray and Mel for episode 112 of the show to discuss law and grace, his latest book Reading Romans with Luther, and the many ways we attempt to hide our true selves from those around us. In this episode, RJ shares the paradoxical truth that the things we spend so much energy trying to hide often become the tools God uses for the mission of the Gospel. Whatever you are facing today, be encouraged that you do not have to...

Duration: 00:43:25

UR 111: Stewarding our Scars — Chad Bird

It is often tempting to hide who we really are to the outside world and project that we have it all together. We have many seemingly valid reasons for why we do this — to be a good witness to the world around us; to pretend the Christian life produces nothing but happiness and joy; and often, simply because we fear that no one could relate to who we really are. But God has never called us to a pretend life where we cover up the truth about ourselves. As we see throughout scripture, it is...

Duration: 00:49:37

UR 110: The Shark of Shame — Jay Stringer

Therapist Jay Stringer joins us for episode 110 of the show to discuss story and the importance of understanding our trauma and wounds in order to experience true healing. Jay shares the difference between the quick-fix band-aid that we often turn to and the healing process that takes time and intentionality. This interview also offers a powerful discussion about the paramount reality of shame in our lives and how it impacts our core-beliefs and even how we see and hear God. Jay leans on...

Duration: 00:53:03

UR 109: Heart of Man — Dr. Dan Allender

Author, Speaker, Teacher and Professor Dr. Dan Allender joins Tray and Mel for episode 109 of the show to discuss the upcoming film, The Heart of Man, and the importance of entering into our own narrative in order for true healing to occur. An expert in sexual trauma, Dr. Allender shares practical insight into the journey to wholeness. A co-founder of The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, he is the author of The Wounded Heart, The Healing Path, To Be Told, and God Loves Sex, and...

Duration: 00:57:31

UR 108: Parents Who Fight — Sarah Siegand

Sarah Siegand joins Tray and Mel for episode #108 to discuss online digital safety and Parents Who Fight, an organization she runs with her husband Jesse. Parents Who Fight is a place parents can get connected to other parents and organizations who are proactively engaged in the battle for this generation. Sarah is a contributor to Undone Redone’s MySecureFamily.com and provides great insight on this episode from her own experience. You can connect with Sarah via Facebook, Twitter,...

Duration: 00:40:02

UR 107: The Grace Experiment — Erik Guzman

Author Erik Guzman joins Tray and Melody for episode 107 and talks about how we often commodify our experiences instead of allowing ourselves to live fully present in the moment. He is the author of The Gift of Addiction, a book that dives into the healing elements of pain in our lives, and also The Seed: A True Myth that has just been released. Contact Erik on Facebook and Twitter and read his writing at KeyLife.org.

Duration: 00:55:10

UR 106: The Heart of Man — William Paul Young

William Paul Young, author of the bestselling book, The Shack, joins Tray and Melody on episode 106 to share his story of abuse, addiction, and finding God in the middle of his pain. Much has been written and debated among Christians about Young’s depiction of God in The Shack, but this interview allows the listener to ‘walk a mile in his shoes’, so to speak. Paul doesn’t mince words about his own sexual abuse as a child as well as his painful journey to discover himself and the true...

Duration: 01:13:20

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