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Jonathan Cain is a Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee and member of the legendary rock band, Journey. In this podcast, Jonathan shares from the heart on topics of faith, family, marriage, manhood, and music.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
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Jonathan Cain is a Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee and member of the legendary rock band, Journey. In this podcast, Jonathan shares from the heart on topics of faith, family, marriage, manhood, and music.

    What Men Can Learn From the Kingdom of God

    What Men Can Learn From the Kingdom of God

    Jonathan Cain shares his thoughts on what it means to be a "kingdom minded" man. It isn't about being religious. It is about taking up our God given responsibilities and properly exercising our God given authority as shown to us by Jesus.

    • 5 min
    008. Father's Day

    008. Father's Day

    Jonathan Cain discusses the history and origins of Father's Day. Every year on the third Sunday in June, Americans take time to honor their fathers in their role in the family and community. Jon encourages fathers to stand up, take authority, take leadership, and lead your family into the next decade.

    New releases on Sundays.

    Links:
    What God Wants to Hear on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3agWLNH
    What God Wants to Hear on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WMwwLf
    More Like Jesus on Amazon: https://bit.ly/MLJesus
    More Like Jesus on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Uj6BJr
    Don't Stop Believing Book on Amazon: https://bit.ly/dsbbook

    • 8 min
    007. Kids and Music

    007. Kids and Music

    Jonathan Cain shares about how he got into music as a child and his opinion on kids learning music. It was a game changer for Jonathan. Music helped improve memory, increased discipline, taught him time management, and made him more creative. It was fun to learn while building confidence and self esteem.

    New releases on Sundays.

    Links:
    What God Wants to Hear on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3agWLNH
    What God Wants to Hear on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WMwwLf
    More Like Jesus on Amazon: https://bit.ly/MLJesus
    More Like Jesus on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Uj6BJr
    Don't Stop Believing Book on Amazon: https://bit.ly/dsbbook

    • 13 min
    006. Boundaries

    006. Boundaries

    Jonathan Cain shares about boundaries in relationships with spouses, family, and children. He shares his wisdom and insight on how boundaries play a critical role in the level of satisfaction and stability of our lives. We all know in a healthy relationship, open communication is crucial. If your partner does something that upsets you, or makes you uncomfortable, you have a right to address it with them. And depending on the situation, address it as soon as possible.

    New releases on Sundays.

    Links:
    What God Wants to Hear on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3agWLNH
    What God Wants to Hear on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WMwwLf
    More Like Jesus on Amazon: https://bit.ly/MLJesus
    More Like Jesus on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Uj6BJr
    Don't Stop Believing Book on Amazon: https://bit.ly/dsbbook

    • 8 min
    005. What a Man Wants the Most From a Woman

    005. What a Man Wants the Most From a Woman

    Jonathan Cain shares about relationships and marriage. God never designed a man to meet all the emotional needs of a woman. He's supposed to meet some of them, but there's probably not a man on planet Earth who is wired to meet all the emotional needs of a woman. So what is it that men really want?

    New release every Sunday morning.

    Links:
    What God Wants to Hear on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3agWLNH
    What God Wants to Hear on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WMwwLf
    More Like Jesus on Amazon: https://bit.ly/MLJesus
    More Like Jesus on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Uj6BJr
    Don't Stop Believing Book on Amazon: https://bit.ly/dsbbook

    Machine transcription:
    Hello, this is Jonathan Cain with my podcast "Anchored", where I share my ideas of faith family, marriage and manhood. Today, I'd like to share with you a little research I found online, and it's what a man wants the most from a woman. And some of you ladies might be surprised to find what the answer is. To begin with men and women want different things. Some of you might remember the book by john gray. Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. I read that book and was fascinated between the differences of men and women and our wants and desires. For instance, if you ask a woman to describe their ideal man, many will describe a man who loves to chat and open up and want someone to enjoys the details of life. Someone remembers all the little things that are important. Someone that would rather share with them about the day then stare at the TV all night. And short women describe their favorite girlfriend. Sorry ladies, but we men would make terrible girlfriends. We didn't like to talk open up. We forget the little things and staring at a flashy boob tube is often more appealing than sharing minor details of the day but don't take it personally. We don't really want to share with anyone. Men do not share. we conquer, we protect, we compete. We work, we insult, we make disgusting noises. Leave the toilet seat up and generally do not share. You can train us to share but it just doesn't come natural for us. Here's another thing men don't want. They don't want to work in their marriages. Why? Because most men like the marriages the way they are. A survey taken by the Chicago Sun Times showed 2300 men said they would remarry their wives. In another survey by Women's Day men more asked how They felt about their husbands. Only half of the women who wrote into the magazine said they would marry their current husbands if given the chance to do it all over again. Most of the time it is the women who are upset with the whole marriage idea. They say 80% of all divorces are filed by women. It is usually the woman who seeks out marriage counseling. Women of our day are the ones frustrated. It is the woman who always seems to have her heart broken. It is a woman who is most disappointed. And now I believe women of the 21st century have completely unrealistic expectations. When it comes to living with and dealing with men. Sometimes it seems like women are in a romantic fantasy thinking that when they enter into marriage with the expectation that a man will meet all the emotional needs of her heart. But see, God never designed a man to meet all the emotional needs of a woman. He's supposed to meet some of them, but there's probably not a man on planet Earth. Who is wired to meet all the emotional needs of a woman. So what is it that men really want? In one word, ladies, men want respect. That means a man wants to be held in esteem, shown consideration and appreciation, even when he makes mistakes. He wants to be seen as some kind of hero especially in the eyes of his bride. It needs someone to believe in Him when the odds are against him. For man doesn't feel respected. He's destined to act in a reminiscent obnoxious way. I can't get no respect Rodney Dangerfield, he becomes insulting, Boogie eyed and gross.

    • 11 min
    004. Why Fathers Matter

    004. Why Fathers Matter

    Jonathan Cain shares about why dads matter and about his own father. We have valued men as wallets more than as dads. The result is moms feel deprived of resources and dads feel deprived of purpose and children feeling deprived of the full range of parenting. Proverbs 22:6 says, "Start children often the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it."

    New release every Sunday morning.

    Music tracks include "My Dad Matters" and "My Old Man"

    Links:
    What God Wants to Hear on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3agWLNH
    What God Wants to Hear on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WMwwLf
    More Like Jesus on Amazon: https://bit.ly/MLJesus
    More Like Jesus on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Uj6BJr
    Don't Stop Believing Book on Amazon: https://bit.ly/dsbbook

    Machine transcription:
    Hi is Jonathan Cain, and I'm back with my podcasts anchored. Today I'd like to talk about something close to my heart. Why fathers matter? As some of you may know, if you read my book, don't stop believing. I grew up with an amazing father, a father who I adored. I consider my vision keeper, my mentor, who had an even temperament, who was always there in a loving, kind way, supportive, and he would lift us up. And he was prophetic in a way that he could say, this is going to be your destiny. And he'd stand behind it. He would be there. No matter how hard you fell, every time to encourage and inspire and be confident. My dad was a cool daddy. Oh, he walked in confidence. And he gave all of us boys. I grew up with two brothers. An amazing confidence. And I couldn't imagine growing up living a life Without him, I mean, I wouldn't be the same man. And when he passed on, I believe that I harvested his beliefs in me, and so I shine my light twice as brighten. So I guess this is why this matters to me so much is I think I see fathers maligned in our society today and I see men stumbling. Well, I still believe that fathers matter. And I believe my dad matters. Here's a musical tribute to my father. My dad matters because he gave me his last name because it's blood runs through my veins. His blood would always lead the way. And math was my hub from oh god me shoes when man god gratitudes of joy when I was was always came to my rescue led me to the crow. Save me the crow My father is gone now but he's firmly implanted in my heart and my memories and he's part of my DNA. So once again, I couldn't imagine trying to have grown up without having a father. So I've kind of a first hand experience of what is St. Leonard looks like if you know what I mean. This was a guy that was self made that you know started in Arkansas with a seventh grade education and turn out to be an amazing father and and family project. For us for all the years, and he died very suddenly and 63 came down with cancer and left us quite suddenly. So dad, we miss you. The more I looked at fathers and families, kids, generations, the more interesting things became. And it didn't surprise me when I looked at some of the facts and figures. You know, as recently as a generation ago in the 1970s. Most psychologists and other experts thought that besides bringing home a paycheck, fathers didn't matter much for their kids. There was a much evidence for the irrelevancy of fathers, but there wasn't a lot of data to suggest they were even relevant. Few had asked the question, and nobody had the answer. The irrelevancy of fathers had become an article of faith among researchers, and why would any of them question something they knew to be true? Then researchers started challenging that assumption and studying father's roles in greater detail. To sum up their conclusions we know now that fathers are vastly important in their children's lives in ways that both scholars and parenting experts have overlooked. As far back as World War two researchers noticed that us children whose fathers were away at war when thei

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Thought provoking, informative and inspiring lessons on life

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Mentors on life issues are hard to find for men. I don’t need another Bible lesson on being more Christ like. I don’t need to “get saved” every week. I need someone who is just going to give me some advice on how to navigate things. Thank you, Mr. Cain, for taking the time to do this and putting yourself out there.

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