033 Tim Sanders on being spiritually rich

    Tim Sanders has a revolutionary idea for business and life: giving away your love, your time, and your resources to help others is the only way to be truly successful. Tim chats with Leary and Armin about how important it is to give and ask nothing in return, and he shares seven principles for leading a life that is spiritually rich.

      032 Kathleen Cooke on the influence of relationships

      Kathleen Cooke is someone who is hard to keep up with---she’s an actress, author, speaker, and mentor seeking to connect Christians within Hollywood and beyond. Kathleen chats with Leary and Armin about how important the influence of relationships is in our lives as Christians, whether we’re seeking a new job or trying to carve out space for daily quiet time.

        031 Dan Rupple on preparing to be surprised

        Dan Rupple is a media strategist and producer, as well as the CEO of Mastermedia International. He works one-on-one with media executives, helping them to understand the Christian audience and serving as an ally and Christian influence and counsel in their lives, both professional and personal. Dan talks with Leary and Armin about the changing media landscape and how Christians can be a part of it, if they are preparing to be surprised.

          030 Karen Covell on the world’s most influential mission field

          Karen Covell is a producer in the entertainment industry, an author, and founder of the Hollywood Prayer Network. She discusses how Hollywood might just be the Christian churches biggest mission field and how she’s working to bridge the gap between an industry that Christians fear and one that desperately needs Jesus.

            029 PJ Jonas on integrating work, faith, and family

            PJ Jonas is a writer and small business owner who encourages others in their own family entrepreneurship adventures. In this interview, she chats with Leary and Armin about it means to work hard with a blessing from the Lord and how to integrate homeschooling, owning a business, and raising Godly children into one very full life.

              028 Mark Goblowksy on enduring hard times

              Mark Goblowsky is a martial artist, author, and podcast host as well as a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. After his son suffered a tragic brain injury, Mark had to learn to have faith in God even while walking through the hardest of times. Mark shares with Leary and Armin how this journey has changed him as a person and how he has turned his pain into a bold idea to help others.

                027 Chris Fabry on the reason for your bold idea

                Chris Fabry is an award-winning author of more than 80 books and a Moody Radio talk show host. After an unexpected financial and physical setback, he and his family had to learn to walk in faith toward what God had for them next. He joins Leary and Armin to discuss how false humility can often keep Christians from following their bold idea, and what he thinks you should do instead.

                  026 Shari Rigby on perseverance

                  Shari Rigby is an author, Hollywood director, producer, and actress, who bold idea is to inspire women around the world with film, speaking, and her writings to say yes to their own stories and to know that they have been uniquely and beautifully created by a Savior that loves them.

                    025 Three bold idea killers

                    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!

                      024 Tom Gehring on being a world-class peacemaker

                      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.

                        021 Jarod Cronk on listening to the story

                        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.

                          019 Aaron Walker on success and significance

                          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.

                            015 Bob Stromberg on the creative process

                            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.

                              009 Dr. Thomas Phillips on the power of humility

                              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.

                                008 Dr. Michelle Watson on the influence of a father

                                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.