When Allison was in her twenties, she took a road trip to all 50 states. Talking with Blake Stratton, she shares the lessons she learned, big and small, as she traveled throughout the USA.
You may be glad just to have a job. But the world of coffee breaks, cubicles, and bosses might wear on you over time. Paul Angone talks with Blake Stratton on keeping your hopes and energy up in the workforce.
When Christians express anxiety, it is easy for them to be written off with trite answers or quoted Bible verses. Therapist Rhett Smith explores anxiety on a deeper level, looking at how God might use our anxiety for good.
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Now is your chance. Why should you travel now? Jeff Goins talks about how traveling the world has made him a better husband, dad, and entrepreneur.
“We met online” is something said more and more often at weddings. How is meeting online different, the same, better, or worse than meeting “the old-fashioned way”? Blake talks with Allison Vesterfelt and her husband Darrell who met…online.
Justin Wise, a long-time church employee and social media consultant, talks about how we discuss our faith online. What does it mean to be a Christian in the Internet age?
In the moments between now and the next big thing, we can find ourselves waiting without purpose. What does it look like to wait intentionally? Blake has a conversation with Jeff Goins, author of The In-Between, on waiting well.