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040 Jeff Goins on why real artists don’t starve
Ever want to take the leap, quit your job, and pursue your art full time? It’s often tempting for a lot of us, but the phrase “starving artist” pulls most of us back. Jeff Goins joins Leary and Armin to talk about the myth of the starving artist---and how you can pursue your art like so many creatives before you.
061 Taylor Smith on how refugees have changed me
After losing both of her parents by the age of 18, Taylor Smith learned what loneliness was. Her mission is to help refugees all over the world feel the sense of belonging that we have as God’s people, and she has a remarkable story of how she got to this point. In this episode, she shares with Leary and Armin her vision for the world, that the nations of unrest might find God’s peace.
066 Whitney Johnson on leading with disruption
Whitney Johnson knows that personal disruption is the best way to level-up in your own career trajectory. She jumped from earning a degree in music to becoming a sought-after equity analyst on Wall Street and knows that the experience helped her to jumpstart a new learning curve of her own. She chats about her experience with Leary and Armin and shares some tips for how to invite disruption in your own life in order to grow.
022 Os Hillman on adversity and your Joseph calling
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.
014 The difference between a good idea and a God idea
Leary and Armin sit down and discuss the nitty gritty of how to know whether your good idea is a God idea.
095 Patrick Morley on being a Christian man
Patrick Morley founded the Man in the Mirror ministry nearly 30 years ago and since has helped over 35,000 churches minister to more than twelve million men around the globe. He joins Leary and Armin today to discuss the issues that plague modern men (spoiler: they’re the same as they’ve always been) and the three things he thinks every man needs in order to be growing in his walk with the Lord.
089 Ben Peterson on when God told me to go
Ben Peterson has been many things: a doubting high schooler-turned-believer; a soldier and lapsed disciple; a successful salesperson and non-profit builder. Through all of that, He has tried to listen to the voice of God and go where God tells him to go, when God tells him to. That call has lead him to start a nonprofit whose goal is to help military come to know Christ and be discipled in the local church.
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.
071 Gigi Marvin on the time to act
Gigi Marvin is an expert at taking action. A professional hockey player and three-time Olympic medalist, Gigi helped Team USA win gold earlier this year at the 2018 Olympics. But that rise to the top almost didn’t happen. Just months before the games, Gigi and her teammates chose to take a stand and demand action in regards to the state of women’s hockey across the country. She chats with Leary and Armin about the courage it took, and why acting was the only thing they could do.
091 Phil Zahn on moving from bondage to bonding
Phil Zahn is a bit of a mystery. He doesn’t like to name who he works for, where he’s traveling, or the people that he’s talking to. And he does this in service to the people that he knows God loves, protecting their identities and their stories. But he will absolutely talk about the Jesus that he knows, and he does so on the podcast with Leary and Armin today.
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.
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.
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!
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.
096 Ann White on gaining courage for life
Ann White is passionate about getting God’s Word into the hands of every woman in the world. Sometimes, this take a more creative approach than just handing out Bibles, so her team at Courage for Life has released the first-ever female-voiced Bible to bring the Word of God to at-risk women in a voice that that doesn’t cause fear.
078 Kelly Resendez on your voice as a masterpiece
Kelly Resendez knows what it’s like to be successful on the outside but unsatisfied on the inside.In 2002, Kelly was a mortgage lender who had it all: a high six-figure salary, the beach house, the mansion. But she felt joyless. When three family tragedies struck in close succession, she realized that she needed to change her definition of success and chase what God had for her.
059 John Griffith on why the global refugee crisis matters
Can we make a difference in the global refugee crisis? John Griffith is living proof that we can. A former real estate developer and early retiree, John found his second life’s purpose in working with the American Refugee Committee and putting his skills in global development to perfect use.
073 Danita Bye on why millennials matter
Danita Bye was planning to write a book, just not the one that ended up being written! After speaking with her 23-year-old son following a leadership conference he attended, she felt compelled to explore what leading Millennials looked like --- and what it should look like instead.
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.
072 John Turnipseed on how I went from leading gangs to leading dads
John Turnipseed used to lead a gang of 300 or more in Minneapolis, a gang with a reputation big enough and bad enough to have the National Guard called in against them. Now, he’s living a completely different story. The campus pastor and executive vice president at Urban Ventures, John takes his passion for fathering and uses it to minister to men and their families.
012 Dan Brokke on pursuing seemingly impossible missions
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.
085 Bill Davis on sharing LSD with Charles Manson to sharing Christ by faith
There are few things more removed from each other than dropping acid with Charles Manson and preaching the Gospel around the world. Our guest Bill Davis has done both, and he shares his story of transformation from a man haunted by addiction to one forgiven and loved by God.
043 Victoria Jackson on laughter in tough times
What happens when a comedian gets breast cancer? She makes a joke about it. Former Saturday Night Live cast member Victoria Jackson shares her story of how laughter in tough times can be its own kind of saving grace. Join her, Leary and Armin to hear how God can use even cancer to spread His Gospel.
097 Steve Siler on writing music for the soul
Steve Siler is an award-winning songwriter and producer, but even more than that: he brings people hope through his ministry, Music for the Soul. Writing songs about grief, misscarriage, porn addiction, and adultery, Steve and his fellow songwriters are bringing people of all walks of faith the unique yet universal message they need to hear: that they are loved by God.
074 Sarah Beckman on coming alongside those in trial
After a trying bout of bed rest with a pregnancy and four consecutive back surgeries, Sarah Beckman was tumbled into walking three people close to her through terminal illness in just three years. The decade of heartbreak and hardship taught her what it means to come alongside someone in their trial and truly be present for them, and she has tips for everyone that she shares with Leary and Armin in today’s episode.
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Jan 11th, 2017
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Nov 27th, 2019
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