Daniel Darling, author, pastor, speaker

The Way Home featuring Andrea Lucado

What it is it like to grow up as the daughter of famous author and pastor Max Lucado? Why does it look like to wrestle with the faith of your parents? A journey to Oxford took Andrea Lucado to the threshold of faith and doubt. She joins me to talk about this season of life and how parents can help nurture the faith in their own kids. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @andrealucado Website: andrealucado.com Book: English Lessons: The Crooked Path of Growing Toward Faith If you are a parent, a pastor, a student pastor, you will want to attend our ERLC National Conference on Christ-Centered Parenting. Use the discount code WAYHOME for an additional 20% off. ...

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The Way Home featuring Dhati Lewis

What does discipleship look like in an urban context? What motivated one pastor to move to the city of Atlanta and plant a multi-cultural congregation? Dhati Lewis joins the podcast to discuss this. Dhati is the lead pastor at Blueprint Church, Director of BLVD with the North American Mission Board, and author of Among Wolves: Disciple-Making in the City. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @dhati Website: blueprintchurch.org Book: Among Wolves: Disciple-Making in the City If you are a parent, a pastor, a student pastor, you will want to attend our ERLC National Conference on Christ-Centered Parenting. Use the discount code WAYHOME for an additional 20% off....

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The Way Home featuring Jill Waggoner

What are Southern Baptists doing about the problem of hunger? What is Global Hunger Relief? Jill Waggoner, an ERLC colleague and lead brand manager for Global Hunger Relief joins the podcast to discuss GHR, a great opportunity for those who attend the SBC Convention in Phoenix, and how ordinary families can help provide relief for those who are hungry. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @jjwaggoner and @globalhunger Website: globalhungerrelief.com and Global Hunger Relief Run ...

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The Way Home: Dr. Barry Corey on the future of Christian higher education

How do Christian institutions maintain their orthodox witness while also loving and influencing their neighbors who think differently? How do we stand up for religious liberty while building friendships with those who disagree? Dr. Barry Corey, president of Biola University joins the podcast to talk about kindness, engagement, and the future of Christian higher education. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @PresidentCorey Website: biola.edu and lovekindnessbook.com Book: Love Kindness: Discover the Power of a Forgotten Christian Virtue ...

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