Ben and Lynley share their favorite nuggets of wisdom from guests and have created a mashup of great advice and one-liners for one show.
Dan talks about the value of your inner life and how that impacts our online life, the dangers of flattery, and the temptation to take shortcuts to fame.
Aaron and Allison Harvie know the pain of a church plant and the pain of reforming and changing a church. Anger is involved in both of those kind of assignments—and in any ministry context.
Blessed are the humble, for they will inherit the earth.
Heath and Lauren Lambert share their experiences in navigating change. Heath’s personal experience with childhood trauma gives him a unique perspective on the difficulties of ministry.
Ministry is, indeed, a dangerous calling. And this week’s guest on “The Glass House” even wrote a book about it. Paul David Tripp joins Ben and Lynley for a conversation about integrity.
Matt breaks down some myths about small churches, and Ben and Lynley share an insightful but surprising statistic about how many churches are in the small church category.
The Chapmans join Ben and Lynley to tackle misconceptions about loneliness, expectations of their family, and how God has been faithful in their hardships.
Faith is the fierce optimism that God is not only real, but he is at work behind the scenes, getting ready to do something big in your life and in your ministry.
Will ministry kids recover from the difficulties that come with the calling? Holly Knight joins Ben and Lynley to talk about this question that weighs on the hearts of many ministry leaders who parent.
Barnabas Piper opens up with Ben and Lynley on what it was like for him to grow up in a ministry home, what he learned from that experience, and how he navigates being a pastor and a parent today.
Ben and Lynley unpack a few findings from the Lifeway Research study on pastoral challenges, discuss how they’ve seen them play out in their own lives, and offer solutions.
Noe and Clancey Garcia talk about marriage and ministry through the lens of trauma. Listen to their story as they dispel the myth that simply being a believer can overcome challenges of a broken background.