083 Dan Chrystal on the lost art of relationship

Dan Chrystal has uprooted his life and built himself a new community again and again and again, all while serving in the church and running a business (or three!). He knows that building relationships with other people is a lost art -- and he’s written a new book to help us all navigate the process. He chats with Leary and Armin on the podcast today about how we were created to be in relationships together.

065 Herb Reese on God’s heart for single moms and widows

Herb Reese had been leading teams of men to serve widows and single moms for over ten years, but when his brother-in-law died and left his sister without someone to care for her and her daughters, he realized that his next bold step needed to be taking his ministry full time. Herb joins Leary and Armin to discuss New Commandment Men’s Ministry and how it is changing the lives of men and women around the globe.

049 Art Erickson on moving from transaction to transformation

Art Erickson took the neighborhood of South Minneapolis from being known as “Murder-apolis” to being a thriving center of economic growth and sustainability. He joins Leary and Armin to discuss how his work is entirely dependent on seeing others through the lens of transformation and not transaction.

041 Amanda Carroll on the single mom life

Amanda Carroll found herself married, a mother of three, doing a morning show in Washington, D.C., and living what looked like the life of a perfect suburban Christian woman. That all changed when her husband came home from a business trip to say that he was leaving her and their three kids---the youngest of which was only 8 weeks old. Amanda had to start her life over, and now she strives to help other single moms do the same.

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.

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