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How do you get from where you are to where you wish you were? In this episode, Andy introduces an idea that can help you find your way.
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
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 why many people believe it.
In this episode, Andy gives advice on the topics of debt, sexual choices, and self-improvement.
The new year is all about making ourselves better people. In this episode, Andy suggests becoming a better person by doing something to make the world a better place.
If you want to become a better person, do something this year to make the world a better place. In this episode, Andy discusses how to determine what that something should be.
Making the world a better place means giving up time, money, or opportunities. But what if that’s the only way to live a life of purpose and meaning?
A hero saves the day, and sometimes a hero saves the planet. That makes heroism seem inaccessible to most of us. But with a single question, we can access our heroic potential.
Something we all have in common is making messes of our lives at one time or another. In this episode, Andy reveals the silver lining of this fact.
In this episode, Andy explains how the messes we make of our lives can bring us closer to God.
It’s a misconception that Christianity is about staying out of trouble. In this episode, Andy discusses the flaw in this belief.
The messes in our lives are rarely solved with quick, simple fixes. In this episode, Andy introduces a better approach.
The way of God isn’t appealing when we have been wronged by someone else. Our natural urge is to try to get even. We want to wrong the people who wrong us as a way of getting payback. That seems just. It seems fair. But does it solve anything? Maybe there’s a better way.
Few things are as repulsive as a leader, parent, boss, or politician who leverages influence for his or her benefit to the neglect of those he or she is responsible for. Few things are as inspiring as a leader who says no to himself or herself in order to say yes to those for whom he or she is responsible. So how can we lead well when authority is placed in our hands?
Plans are great. Reality is greater. Reality wins. Things don’t always go as planned. Some dreams don’t come true. So what do you do when you discover your dream can’t come true?
We all dream of a trouble-free life made possible by something. In this episode, Andy asks the question of what really makes people happy.
Sometimes it seems that happiness and holiness are mutually exclusive. In this episode, Andy explains why the opposite is true.