104 Leah Archibald on discerning your call to work

Does God have a plan for our work, even when that work isn’t done at a church or religious organization? That’s the question Leah Archibald and her team at the Theology of Work ask everyday — and it’s a question she explores on the podcast with Leary and Armin.

086 John Morris on confidence in your calling

John Morris started serving the Lord at age 19, and has had an incredible journey as both an Army chaplain and United Methodist pastor, both positions from which he recently retired. He shares his story of walking away from the goals that his parents had for him and into one that God did, and how he remained confident in that calling --- even to this day.

080 Pete Enns on the sin of certainty

Pete Enns is interested in how certainty and trust play roles in the lives of believers. A Biblical scholar, Pete has spent years searching through and teaching the scriptures, confident that he would be more certain about his faith when he knew more about God. Instead, he’s found the opposite to be true, and invites us into this discussion on certainty and trust with Leary and Armin.

069 Why you need a supermodel

Leary and Armin have had a lot of great guests on the show, people whose lives they admire and seek to emulate. In this episode, they’re sharing the guests they use as reference models to level up in their own lives.

064 How do you know if you’re trusting God with a bold idea?

How do you know if you are trusting God with a bold idea? Leary and Armin take a break from guest interviews to discuss the topic, chatting about prayer, timing, pacing, and facing risk. They’ve got practical steps to test your bold idea, and ways to know whether or not it’s the right time to dive into pursuing one.

054 Making work great again

Leary and Armin are making work great again! But seriously: they are. By asking some important questions, they’re moving the conversation from whether or not what you are doing is great, to whether or not you are doing great just by doing with the right attitude.

053 Michele Rigby Assad on my secret life as a spy

Can we walk through our fear of a dangerous situation, trusting that God has it all worked out? Michele Rigby Assad is living proof that we can. A former CIA counter-terrorism officer, Michele has lived in scary places and done some scary things --- and she gives God the credit for keeping her safe and enabling her to do every mission she came up against.

051 Jackelyn Viera Iloff on pushing through your fear

Can we push through our fear to find what God has for us on the other side? Jackelyn Viera Iloff is here to say you can. Jackelyn felt God calling her to work in Washington, D.C., a long, long way from her native California. In faith, Jackelyn pushed through the fear of failing and discovered a calling on her life that could only be from God.

047 What’s wrong with a comfort zone?

What’s wrong with a comfort zone? Does a bold idea need to be a leap of faith? Is a comfort zone good or bad? How do you take steps to get out of your comfort zone? Leary and Armin discuss all of these questions, share the pros and cons of comfort zones, and talk about how to know if you aren’t leaving yours enough.

044 Wes Yoder on cultivating a life of curiosity

Can curiosity be cultivated? Wes Yoder thinks it can. Raised in an Amish and Mennonite community, it wasn’t until Wes was in his twenties that he realized that he could learn anything he wanted if he pointed his curiosity in the right direction. Now a successful author and founder of a prominent faith-based company, Wes encourages others to connect with their God-given curiosity.

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.

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