In this episode, I talk about our worldview and why it matters. We consider the fact that every worldview seeks to answer questions of Ontology, Epistemology, Axiology, and Teleology. I offer my perspective as to why a biblical worldview provides answers to these questions that best correspond with reality as it is.
In this episode, I speak with Tom and Donna Cole about my experience of inner healing through their ministry Pure Heart. They also share their own stories of healing and together we discuss everything from true masculinity to true femininity and how we follow Jesus in all of it.
If you want to connect with Tom and Donna or get hold of their book and other resources you can do that at www.pureheart.rest
The music in the background at the end of the podcast is a song called Resurrecting by Emily Cole, their daughter. You can get a hold of her music at the following link. Emily Cole Music
In this episode, I speak with Dan Baumann about his journey of following Jesus. It's a story that includes all kinds of twists and turns including a time of imprisonment in an Iranian jail. But of all that Dan has been through, there is one thing he would want you to know, that God is really, really, really, really good. When we lose ourselves in the overwhelming goodness of God our response is a natural result of joyful, powerful overflow. Dan's story and insight is something you don't want to miss. I hope that as you listen to it, the same joy that fills Dan's life stirs in your heart.
You can find out more about Dan and even get hold of his books on his website. www.danbaumann.com
Tiana and I spend time speaking about so many wonderful truths. From what it means to follow Jesus to the wonderful revelation that "It's a Cube!!!". It's a long one, but a good one. I hope you enjoy the conversation.
In this episode we look at the importance of sincerity in our view of God if we are hoping to withstand the weight of his truth. In particular, we look at the gift of doubt, the difference between knowledge and knowing and the importance of right beginnings.