Filmmaker Paul Nevison returns to the show to discuss his recent trip with World Vision to film the Syrian Refugee crisis, sitting with suffering, hopelessness, neighboring, and refusing to see persecutors as enemies.
For more on Paul’s trip, check out this piece he wrote about it.
Dr. Kent Brantly joins the show to discuss God working through Ebola, why Kent went to the White House to talk with President Obama before coming on the podcast, the fear of death, being faithful while having Ebola, the distinction between God saving his life vs. God healing him, and Kent’s new book Called For Life.
Josh Ross and Jonathan Storment return to the show to discuss what book kept Jonathan in Church, N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope brought to life in Memphis and Abilene, a better story than Rapture theology, living from Resurrection, Imagination, Resurrection being Good News even for those who don’t believe and their new book Bringing Heaven to Earth.
If you want to win a copy of this book, post a pic of where Heaven is breaking in amongst your city, your church, your school or your life and post it on Twitter with the Hashtag #BringingHeaven and we will select two of them to receive a free copy of this book.
Josh Patrick joins the show for an incredibly honest conversation about being a 35 year old father of three who was recently diagnosed with stage four-colon cancer, pain as bumping into reality, Viktor Frankl, living in the present, mental off-roading and hope.