Laura Bennett connects with culture makers and thinkers, musicians and writers, influencers and leaders for in depth conversations to help us shape our daily lives with intention.
041 Jack Eason: "Until we learn to connect we're missing out."
American author and broadcaster Jack Eason talks about the solution to loneliness, and how our innate need for connection is being unlearned in our digitised world.
040 Lysa TerKeurst: "We can forgive and still hold people accountable."
American author and speaker Lysa TerKeurst talks about the misconceptions around forgiveness, her journey to reconciliation with her unfaithful husband and why boundaries are a healthy part of the forgiveness process.
039 Melanie Penn: "The lines of division can't have the final say".
NYC based artist and worship leader Melanie Penn talks about how to handle the traumas that have piled on in 2020, when you know it's time to make a career change and why America has reached a social tipping point.
038 Chris Sebastian: "Music has always been about how it makes me feel, and how I'm able to make people feel with it."
Singer and songwriter Chris Sebastian talks about the true impact of fame on his family, how earning the winners crown of The Voice 2020 has influenced his music and whether or not your convictions ever have to be sacrificed for your art.
Aaron McManus: "It doesn't make God feel inferior when we ask, 'Are You out there?'"
Pastor of Mosaic Venice, son to renowned thinker and futurist Erwin McManus and host of Hillsong Channel's 'McManus', Aaron talks about thriving creatively during COVID, his quest for transparency, and why he was sent to a Buddhist day camp.
Bob Goff - "Love is at its best when its inefficient".
Author of NY Times Bestseller 'Love Does' Bob Goff joins to talk about his new project 'Dream Big', and how love looks in lockdown. He also opens up about aging well, and why he bought a new wetsuit.