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Generosity requires a plan. In this episode, Andy explains two gauges that will help you decide where and
how much to give.
For many, the Christmas season is complicated. But no matter your circumstances, Christmas can be a
reminder of light overcoming darkness.
In this episode, Andy explains that there’s a light that can cut through doubt, anger, shame, and
disappointment with God.
In this episode, Andy shares the Christmas story and the potential for making it personal.
Why is it so easy to make decisions that hurt us in the long run? In this episode, Andy explains that it has to do with the distinction between pleasure and happiness.
It’s easy to make life all about ourselves. In this episode, Andy explains why life is much better when it’s not all about you.
Americans are migrating away from religion at an unprecedented rate; Christianity in particular. Once upon a time Americans believed religion offered solutions. Today, religion is viewed by many as the problem.
Do you have religious doubts? When your prayers go unanswered, do you wonder if God exists? Does science make God seem unnecessary? Before you abandon your faith, consider this: What if the god you’re walking away from never existed to begin with?
Jesus loves me, this I know. For the Bible tells me so. Should we really believe something just because the bible tells us so? Andy explains in this episode.
Are you caught up in doubt because you’ve been trying to find peace with your understanding of God? If the idea of God has lost its appeal, in this episode Andy explains that it could be because you’ve mixed him up with a gaggle of gods that don’t exist.
We all want to rid the world of injustice. But we can only recognize injustice if we know what justice is to begin with. We don’t always agree about what is just. So, who gets to define justice? We’ll talk about it in this latest episode.
The idea of autonomy is attractive. One of the biggest barriers to belief in God is that we don’t want to need anyone. But what if the idea of autonomy is really the illusion of autonomy?
Busy lives make it easy to lose sight of what’s important. In this episode, Andy explains why life is better with breathing room.
Sometimes we can’t enjoy anything because we’re trying to do everything. In this episode, Andy explains the value of limiting what you do with your limited time.
We often think that a higher standard of living equals a better quality of life. In this episode, Andy explains the big difference between the two.
What do you do when your work life is so full you don’t have time for the people who matter most? In this episode, Andy talks about creating breathing room for relationships.
We’ve all made decisions that make us look back and think, How could I have been so dumb? In this episode, Andy reveals a question that can help prevent more regrets.
Every decision you make becomes a permanent part of the story of your life. In this episode, Andy explains how to make your story one you want to tell.
Have you ever needed to make a big decision quickly? In this episode, Andy reveals a question that can bring clarity to the options you’re considering
Do you ever wonder if there’s more to life than it seems? In this episode, Andy explains how life is better when lived for a greater purpose.
Your job matters. The people you work with matter. What you do matters. In this episode, Andy looks at how to go the extra mile and make a difference in the marketplace.
Gratitude and ingratitude are relationally determinative. In this episode, Andy explains the value of closing the loop with people who have influenced you.
All of life is connected. In this episode, Andy explains how to be wise with our time today in order to create a drama-free life in the future.
What do you do when your life falls apart? In this episode, Andy explains how to pick up the pieces.
You can’t blame your way into a better future. In this episode, Andy explains how to own your part of your past so it doesn’t own you.
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Sometimes we look at our pasts and our decisions don’t even make sense to us. In this episode, Andy explains how to transform your thinking.
How do you get past the stuff other people have done to turn your life upside down? In this episode, Andy explains how to release the past.
Growth and healing almost always start with a conversation. In this episode, Andy hosts a raw and candid conversation about race, racism, and faith.
What is it that you want for yourself? Is it a what? Is it a who? Maybe it’s a state of mind. Are you sure it’s what you really want? In this episode, Andy helps us figure out our answers to those questions.
We’ll never get what we really want until we discover what is most valuable. But what if the road to discovering what’s valuable doesn’t come naturally?
What do you really want? We’ll never get what we really want until we discover what is most valuable. In this episode, Andy helps us figure out what it is that we ultimately value.
What we naturally want is often in conflict with what we ultimately value. So, how do we put aside those natural wants and pursue what we ultimately value?
Life is full of change. Transitions can be both exciting and stressful. That’s because we can’t see into the future to see what comes next. But what if there was a way to prepare? What if we could do something now to influence where we end up?
Sometimes you know what’s coming next—a graduation, a wedding, a new baby, a new job, or retirement. But there’s no correlation between knowing what’s next and being prepared for what’s next. In this episode, Andy explains how to prepare for the season ahead.
While it’s impossible to be fearless, we can all fear less. In this episode, Andy explains some practical ways we can all fear less.
We tend to measure generosity by random acts of giving. In this episode, Andy makes a case for generosity as a lifestyle.
We all worry about money. In this episode, Andy explains a simple shift in perspective that can free you from financial worries.