The Way Home: Episode 54 featuring Sean McDowell

How can parents, pastors and influencers help students think critically and think well? This is the task of my good friend, Sean McDowell. Sean  is a gifted communicator with a passion for equipping the church, and in particular young people, to make the case for the Christian faith. He is an Assistant Professor in the Christian Apologetics program at Biola University. He's also the son of famed apologist, Josh McDowell. On this podcast we discuss a great new resource for students, passing down the faith, and Sean's relationship with his famous dad. [powerpress] Show Notes: Book: Twitter: @sean_mcdowell Website: seanmcdowell.org The Student Apologetics Study Bible Also: check out the latest edition of Light Magazine....

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How to be a prolific writer

One of the questions I often get from emerging writers is this one: How do you create a lot of good content at a regular pace. Over the years, I've been blessed with opportunities to write for a variety of outlets on topics I enjoy. I write regularly for ERLC and am a regular contributor to several other publications. Every writer has their own rhythms, but perhaps there are some things you can learn from what has helped me. Here are six things I do in my life to be a productive and consistent writer: 1) I don't wait for inspiration, for a cabin next to a mountain stream, or a light bulb. I just write. I'm amazed at how many people I know talk about writing, love to discuss blogging, have good thoughts on writing a book. It's a much smaller group of people who actually sit in a chair and write. Don't let the lack of an idyllic setting or...

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The Way Home: Episode 53 featuring Jim Gash

Today I am excited to be joined by Jim Gash. Jim is the Director of the Global Justice Program and Professor of Law at Pepperdine School of Law, a Christian law school in Malibu, California. Professor Gash is the author of an exciting new book titled Divine Collision: An African Boy, an American Lawyer, and Their Remarkable Battle for Freedom. This book tells the amazing true story of how after a series of God-orchestrated events, Jim found himself in Africa defending a Ugandan boy wrongfully accused of two separate murders. As we’ll discuss with Professor Gash on today’s podcast, this case ultimately led to the reforming of Uganda’s criminal justice system, effecting hundreds of thousands of lives. We will talk about this incredible case as well as Gash’s continued work as Specialist Advisor to the Ugandan High Court, his work as a lawyer in Los Angeles, and the mission of the Global...

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The Way Home: Episode 52 featuring Dimas Salaberrios

Today on the podcast we chat with Dimas Salaberrios founder and pastor of Infinity Bible Church in New York City. Dimas has a remarkable story. His mother considered aborting him; he spent time as a gang leader on the streets of New York City and was discipled by Tim Keller. Today he's pastor of a ministry that targets at-risk youth and is an eloquent speaker and writer. His latest book is: Street God. Listen to this week's episode [powerpress] Show Notes: Website: pastordimas.com Twitter: @PastorDimasNYC Book: Street God Also: check out the new edition of Light Magazine....

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