45 episodes

So many of us are emotionally exhausted—we’re in stale or broken relationships and we aren’t reaching our potential. But no one should have to struggle with these challenges.

Your hosts, Karl Lindsay and Filip Milosavljevic, want to help you to live a more abundant and overflowing life. The Overflow Podcast will take you on a personal journey based in Scripture towards emotional and spiritual growth that will impact you and all those you’re in relationship with.

If you wish you were more capable of loving others then this podcast is for you. New episodes drop on Mondays with Biblical principles and takeaways to empower you with the Gospel. Take the conversation further with the reflection guides available at our website, choosetooverflow.com.

The Overflow Podcast Karl Lindsay and Filip Milosavljevic

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 30 Ratings

So many of us are emotionally exhausted—we’re in stale or broken relationships and we aren’t reaching our potential. But no one should have to struggle with these challenges.

Your hosts, Karl Lindsay and Filip Milosavljevic, want to help you to live a more abundant and overflowing life. The Overflow Podcast will take you on a personal journey based in Scripture towards emotional and spiritual growth that will impact you and all those you’re in relationship with.

If you wish you were more capable of loving others then this podcast is for you. New episodes drop on Mondays with Biblical principles and takeaways to empower you with the Gospel. Take the conversation further with the reflection guides available at our website, choosetooverflow.com.

    Season Review & Holiday Update

    Season Review & Holiday Update

    We can’t believe that Christmas is just around the corner and that the year is almost over. In this short bonus update, Karl and Filip sat down for a look back at the last 8 episodes and a quick look ahead into our plans for 2022 and where we’re headed.



    We’d love to hear about your favourite episodes and how they have got you thinking over the last few months, so please message us on Instagram @choosetooverflow or drop us an email at hello@choosetooverflow.com.



    Watch this update:






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    • 5 min
    Why Wait for Sex? with Angela & Carson Blair

    Why Wait for Sex? with Angela & Carson Blair

    Carson Blair, a former player for the Boston Red Sox, navigated many awkward locker room conversations about why he was saving himself for marriage. He had no way of knowing that his future wife, Angela, was also navigating similar conversations on a dating show! Now happily married, Carson and Angela describe their journeys towards purity despite the pressure from today’s culture. They discuss myths about sex with Karl and Filip, and highlight how grace factors in to purity as a practice.



    Resource Mentioned



    Self Authoring from Dr Jordan Peterson



    Connect with Angela & Carson



    Carson, originally from Texas, played baseball professionally for over a decade for teams like the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland A’s. Angela, also from Texas, has worked in media as a TV personality on Fox Sports, NBC, CBS, and other networks and was a contestant on NBC’s dating show, Ready for Love, where her decision to wait was a hot topic. She enjoys covering stories with an intersection of faith and entertainment, and now has her own podcast, All Strings Attached, discussing sex, marriage, relationships, and other things much too sacred to leave to chance or our appetites alone. You can follow her on Instagram @officalablair or TikTok @officalablair find her podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
    The post Ep 43. Why Wait for Sex? with Angela & Carson Blair appeared first on The Overflow Podcast.

    • 59 min
    Preparing for Marriage with Jo and Laia

    Preparing for Marriage with Jo and Laia

    When it comes to the engagement season, most of us probably think about planning “the big day” but it’s important to be preparing for marriage, not just a wedding celebration. On this episode we’re back with our friends, Jo and Laia, recent newlyweds. Karl has a conversation with them to discover the process they took in preparing for the beginning of their marriage. They share some myths and mindsets they had to overcome, conversations to have and questions to ask, and healthy ways to feel supported through the process. They also talk about wedding stresses, gender roles, learning to share a space, and who should pick up the dirty socks!



    Resources Mentioned



    The following resource was mentioned during this episode. Please click the title to see more details or purchase them from Amazon. Purchasing using these affiliate links help support the podcast in a small way.



    The Man Enough PodcastTherapy and Theology podcast series from Proverbs 31 Ministries



    Connect with our Guests



    Jo and Laia just recently got married and have taken on the challenge of living an overflowing life seriously. Jo has a ministry background, and is currently using his creative talents in the media production at Loma Linda University Church. Laia just graduated with a Masters in Social Work and brings those skills to her relationships and to this conversation. You can find Jo on Instagram at @jo_amaya and Laia at @laiabamaya.
    The post Ep 42. Preparing for Marriage with Jo & Laia appeared first on The Overflow Podcast.

    • 58 min
    Setting Healthy Boundaries in Relationships with Jo and Laia

    Setting Healthy Boundaries in Relationships with Jo and Laia

    Sometimes Christians focus only on sexual boundaries in dating, while neglecting the many other types of boundaries. Our guests this week, Jo Amaya and Laia Burgos-Amaya, newlyweds, discuss the learning curve they both had with boundaries and share some of the ones they have implemented to keep each other safe. We also talk about “pressing reset”, healing, and forgiving ourselves when it comes to boundary violations.



    Resources Mentioned



    The following resource was mentioned during this episode. Please click the title to see more details or purchase them from Amazon. Purchasing using these affiliate links help support the podcast in a small way.



    Choosing God’s Best by Dr Don Raunikar



    Connect with our Guests



    Jo and Laia just recently got married and have taken on the challenge of living an overflowing life seriously. Jo has a ministry background, and is currently using his creative talents in the media production at Loma Linda University Church. Laia just graduated with a Masters in Social Work and brings those skills to her relationships and to this conversation. You can find Jo on Instagram at @jo_amaya and Laia at @laiabamaya.
    The post Ep 41. Setting Healthy Boundaries in Relationships with Jo & Laia appeared first on The Overflow Podcast.

    • 56 min
    Navigating Crucial Conversations in Relationships with Dr Heather Thompson Day

    Navigating Crucial Conversations in Relationships with Dr Heather Thompson Day

    As much as we hate it, every relationship has conflict. For this episode, Karl and Filip are joined by Communication Professor, Dr Heather Thompson Day to discuss how to handle those “crucial conversations” that inevitably come up in romantic relationships. She shares practical ways to prepare your mindset before going into a difficult conversation along with some ways to keep communication open while you’re in the thick of things. Heather also shared some stories behind her book, It’s Not Your Turn, and how taking on a patient mindset has helped to shape her relationships.



    Resources Mentioned



    The following resources were mentioned during this episode. Please click the title to see more details or purchase them from Amazon. Purchasing using these affiliate links help support the podcast in a small way.



    It’s Not Your Turn by Dr Heather Thompson DayNever Split the Difference by Chris VossWords Can Change Your Brain by Dr Andrew Newberg & Mark Waldman



    Connect with Heather



    Dr Heather Thompson Day is a communication expert, author, and an associate professor at Andrews University. She has been a contributor for, among others, Christianity Today and the Barna Group, and has written 7 books; including It’s Not Your Turn, and Confessions of a Christian Wife. Heather runs an online community for women called I’m That Wife and hosts a new podcast with Christianity Today called Viral Jesus. You can learn more at her website or follow her on Instagram and Twitter.
    The post Ep 40. Navigating Crucial Conversations in Relationships with Dr Heather Thompson Day appeared first on The Overflow Podcast.

    • 58 min
    Growing While Single with Erin Keegan

    Growing While Single with Erin Keegan

    When it comes to singleness, it can feel like there is a lot out of our control. But according to Erin Keegan, you can still work towards marriage when you’re single! She explains the types of habits she cultivated when she was single that empowered her to be a healthy potential spouse. She also walks Karl and Filip through the boundaries that she and her (brand new!) husband put in place while they were dating—boundaries that protected their hearts and sparked creativity during their dating process.



    Resources Mentioned



    The following resources were mentioned during this episode. Please click the title to see more details or purchase them from Amazon. Purchasing using these affiliate links help support the podcast in a small way.



    Read your Bible101 Questions to Ask Before You Get Engaged by H Norman WrightLetters to Young Lovers by Ellen G WhiteMessages to Young People by Ellen G White



    Our Guest



    Erin Keegan is a Nursing Lecturer at Avondale University in Australia. She is passionate about health, exercise, and telling others about the abundant life that can be experienced through obedience to God’s Word. She has just recently gotten married, but spent most of her twenties figuring out life on her own.
    The post Ep 39. Growing While Single with Erin Keegan appeared first on The Overflow Podcast.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Speedybw ,

A breath of fresh air

I don’t usually listen to podcasts on spirituality—I figure one sermon a week is enough. 😆 But I recently discovered this podcast, and after finishing the first season I can say I highly recommend it! It is spiritual without being preachy, and practical without being dry. I appreciate how the hosts share about their own struggles so that I don’t feel alone or inferior. Listening to this podcast is like a refreshing breath for my soul.

Yogi_boy123 ,

Life Changing and Insightful

I really loved listening to this podcast especially the episode that death with living life with meaning. The concept of overflow was brought up which I found interesting and insightful. I had never thought about how God in his infinite love and grace blesses us with an abundance, an overflow, that is very hard not to share with others. In sharing in the blessings that God has given us with others we are fulfilling the gospel and sharing the love of God.

kulevyajenn ,

Wonderful

What an inspiration and great input for Sharing and engaging! I’ll be listening more and looking forward to Season 4!

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