The cost of freedom

John Collier recounts how his homecoming--to a place of childhood trauma and pain--caused him to face his fear and woundings and find a freedom that was worth the cost.

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.

Why God isn’t afraid of your doubts

Darren Wilson, filmmaker and author, challenges our unspoken assumption that if God is for us, then things should always go well for us. That notion flies in the face of Jesus telling his disciples, His best friends mind you, that “in this world you will have trouble." Here's why God is not afraid of our doubts.

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