Why do some ideas take off while others wither and die? In this week’s episode, Leary and Armin dig into the reasons your bold idea may never take flight. They’ve identified three bold idea killers that could be stopping your idea in its tracks. Listen in to learn about the three bold idea killers and how to avoid them!
Tom Gehring is a trial lawyer, mediator, adjunct professor of law at Pepperdine University’s School of Law, and author. He travels the country sharing strategies for conflict mediation. Today, he joins Leary and Armin to discuss how Christians can become world-class peacemakers based on Biblical examples and how walking the Camino de Santiago has helped him take one step at a time with Christ.
Phil Cooke is a writer and Hollywood producer who discovered his unlikely true calling in the world of film. He joins Leary and Armin to talk about how Christians can use the power of media to spread the Gospel.
Os Hillman is a speaker, author, and the president of Marketplace Leaders. Join us in this episode as Os shares his story of finding his calling through adversity.
Jarod Cronk is the owner and founder of Sharehouse Goods, a Milwaukee organization that turns unwanted goods into revenue and jobs for the community. Jarod joins Leary and Armin to talk about transforming a city culture and engaging in your story.
Joe Pellegrino is a speaker, author, entrepreneur, and founder of Legacy Minded Men. In this episode, Joe shares the power of a father’s blessing and how men can live up to a Biblical example of leadership.
Aaron Walker is an entrepreneur and author who sold his first business to a Fortune 500 company at age 27 and has since bought and sold 11 other companies. He joins Leary and Armin to talk about the relationship between success and significance.
Darren Wilson is an author and filmmaker who was recently named an Emerging Leader of Tomorrow by Charisma Magazine. In this episode, he shares his story of embracing the journey after asking God to give him an idea.
Michele Pillar is a three-time Grammy nominee, author, and founder of The Clothesline Conference. She joins Leary and Armin to talk about how God helped her move from frenetic to fulfilled so she could help others find healing and redemption.
Bob Stromberg, comedian and communicator, tells us about his career that is heavily dependent upon creativity. He encourages us to pursue creative avenues in our lives, whether we feel “artsy” or not, lest we miss out on some of life’s fullness.
Tim Eldred, president of Endeavor Ministries, revitalized the oldest youth ministry in America. He advocates returning to the biblical model of teaching young people as Jesus trained His disciples.
Dan Brokke, president and CEO of Bethany International, knows about getting people to rally around a big goal. He shares some of his insights in this episode.
Dan Wallrath, founder and president of Operation FINALLY HOME, explains how his small steps of obedience turned into a ministry that blesses wounded veterans and their families.
William Paul Young, bestselling author of The Shack, never intended to be an author. God’s grace and work in Paul’s life has brought Paul to unexpected places where God uses a small bold idea to impact millions.
Dr. Thomas Phillips, Executive Director of the Billy Graham Library, is an expert on evangelism and revival. Tom explains what personal revival looks like and where it begins, but, even more, provides the example of humility that will start a personal revival.
Dr. Michelle Watson, founder of The Abba Project, talks about how a father's influence reaches deeply in to the hearts of their daughters. She shares her own story of how this ministry came to life as well as the ways in which fathers can make a lasting impact with their daughters.
T.C. Stallings, former football star and current movie actor, made his huge career change based on nothing external. His bold move came out of prayer and purpose.
David Hoffeld, author and business advisor and trainer, tells us some of the scientific aspects of selling something—whether that something is a product, a skill, or a company.
Stephen Kendrick, along with his brother Alex, have produced several blockbuster Christian films. Stephen shares how they got their ideas and became successful through the process of prayer.