Daniel Darling, author, pastor, speaker

The Way Home: Chris Horst on leadership and “Rooting for Rivals”

Chris Horst is the chief advancement officer at HOPE International, where he employs his passion for advancing initiatives at the intersection of faith and work. Chris serves on the boards of the Denver Institute for Faith & Work and the Mile High WorkShop. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @ChrisHorst Website: chris-horst.com Book: Rooting for Rivals: How Collaboration and Generosity Increase the Impact of Leaders, Charities, and Churches ...

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The Way Home: Matt McCullough

Matt McCullough is the pastor of Trinity Church in Nashville, Tenn. He is also the author of Remember Death: The Surprising Path to Living Hope. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @Trinity37212 Website: trinitynashville.org, TGC, 9Marks Book:Remember Death: The Surprising Path to Living Hope ...

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The Way Home: Hannah Anderson on discernment and joy

Have you ever been told you have the gift of discernment? As followers of Christ, how can we be more discerning? Hannah Anderson joins me to share discernment frees you to navigate the world with confidence and joy by teaching you how to recognize and choose good things. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @sometimesalight Website: sometimesalight.com Book: All That's Good: Recovering the Lost Art of Discernment ...

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The Way Home: Michelle Van Loon wandering, insecurity and belonging

All of us have a little wanderlust—a desire for that next thing, that new place, but this competes with our longings for security, control, and safety. We don’t like how it feels to be unsettled and uprooted. Whether we’re navigating a season of transition, dealing with the fallout of broken relationships, or wrestling with a deep sense of restlessness, we are all experiencing some form of exile. And most of us do whatever we can to numb the feelings of unbelonging, powerlessness, and unsettledness that come with it. But the truth is that exile has a profound purpose if we can just learn to lean in. Michelle Van Loon joins me to discuss this and her book Born to Wander: Recovering the Value of Our Pilgrim Identity.  [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @michellevanloon Website: michellevanloon.com and patheos.com/blogs/pilgrimsroadtrip Book: Born to Wander: Recovering the Value of Our Pilgrim Identity ...

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