Lucas joins Jay Wilburn to discuss evidence of God found in doubts. He shares the unique path of his life through struggles and miracles. They discus how these experiences impacted his writing and his plans for himself and his family in the future.
In order to focus your life toward a goal, you need your priorities and resources directed correctly. Sometimes that means starting some new things and quitting some old things. How do you make those decisions?
Do you know yourself? Do you have an idea of what you are meant to do with your life? Do you have an idea that the life you are living now is not the one for which you were created? How do you change that? This week's episode dives into all this and more.
Jay starts out talking about the value of free exchange of ideas for faith communities and then digresses into a rant about freedom of expression within genre writing. It holds together. He will probably get yelled at.
Lucas Mangum is the author of Saint Sadist and other great fiction. We discuss his work, his connections to horror and subjects of religion in his work, and much more. Check him out at LucasMangum.com before or after listening to this episode.
Cindy Sellers "Shug" of ShugsByTheInlet.org joins us to talk about her faith, her experience of being an organ donor, and how loss and grief in her life led her to try to make a difference in the world. She turned broken seashells into jewelry which raises money for her organization and helps provide hope for those who need it most. Learn about her story and her work now.
David Powers is a powerful voice in the world of faith. He has written a number of interesting works exploring faith through fandom, through medical science, and has resources on learning new skills faster. We discuss these and how faith changed for him from a place of fear to a place of love, joy, and adventure.
Jay Wilburn looks at 1 Kings 19:1-15 to discuss negatives voices, isolation, the path to healing, hearing the voice of truth, and preparing to be the person who understands the messages we need to hear. There is a lot of stuff in this episode that can help people who are struggling and feeling alone.
In this one year anniversary episode of the Matters of Faith Podcast on Project Entertainment Network, we discuss the amazing process of recovery from anything, the benefits of pursuing worthy goals, and how fights of faith have to be about something bigger than personal victory.
There are lots of things to criticize and argue about. Legitimate things. If you are going to engage in argument, don't be lazy about it. Arguing the wrong way or for the wrong reasons is lazy, too. Jay Wilburn tackles this and more in this episode.
We had a fun week with adventures with seizures and all that comes with that new reality. Life sometimes changes your plans. See how we navigated this trying experience and maybe our experience can help you too.
Jordan Curry joins us to talk about her path through faith and ministry. She started as a student in a youth group that Jenny and Jay Wilburn served. Now, she is guiding generations of students herself. Listen in as they catch up and discuss how faith plays into her journey.
Charles R Bernard joins us to discuss his personal journey as a Satanist. In this episode, he speaks as an individual for himself and not as a representative or spokesperson for any other organization. We talk about religion, America, horror, writing, and of course, Lucifer.
Jay and Jenny discuss the work of Beautiful Feet Ministries of Tanzania as they care for children as well as meeting needs in other areas. It is a powerful story you need to hear. Consider giving to this effort at BeTheFeet.org/Give just as Jay and Jenny do.
teZa Lord is a writer, artist, and more. In this episode, we discuss conscious, mindfulness training, fear, love, meditation, how we might find peace in a divisive environment, and more Listen in for a different perspective. tezalord.com