What’s been on Jon’s heart and mind lately has been the power of choices. He has been seeing a pattern in the counseling calls he’s received lately regarding marriage and business, and that is a lot of people are having problems with the issue of blame.
Are You Real Podcast
Are You Real, host Jon Fuller interviews inspiring men and women of faith as they share each week how they are making a difference in the seven cultural mountains. These include; Religion, Family, Education, Government, Media, Business, and Arts & Entertainment. I’m ready more than ever before to see a shift in our culture as others take steps to discover their gifts, and be catapulted into their destiny. You are going to hear amazing stories about how others have found their purpose and are making a difference in the world around them. I can’t wait to hear your story unfold as well!.
He set out to change that because he came to understand that a strong marriage equals a strong family, which means better work, better sex, better everything!
Jon’s wife, Kasey, will be joining him in some extra episodes in the podcasts concerning “Real Marriage”.
Before original sin, there was original BLESSING, as per Genesis 1:28’s verse, which begins “And God blessed them.”
Blessing is God’s first reflex, His default setting, and today’s guest, Mark Batterson, suggests that this sequence is one of utmost importance.
Some Kind of Crazy is a powerful memoir written by today’s guest, Terry Wardle, and follows his upbringing as the son of an Appalachian coal-mining family. Though sometimes hilarious and affectionate, his family also left him with a legacy of fear and abuse that followed him into adulthood and landed him in a psychiatric hospital before the age of 40.
Christianity is in crisis and many of our youth are checking out, for various reasons. Special Guest, Malcolm du Plessis, has seen this coming and has been working the last 5-6 years on an online library for what seems to be the future of what’s going to happen in Christianity and the world.
As Christians, we’ve been given the ministry of reconciliation. We’ve been reconciled to God, so therefore we can be reconciled to one another. Healing racial divides is what Special Guest, LaTasha “Tasha” Morrison delves into on today’s podcast. In John 17, Jesus prayed that we would be one, as He and the Father are one.