We are going back to where all good conversation takes place... Fireside. As a Christian, married millennial man I'm frustrated at the lack of openness and dialogue in our media, and am tired of the predictable Christian talk about faith. Let's talk about struggle, doubt, lessons and love. Join me by the fire as I engage the ideas of the most open, honest and vulnerable folks I know.
Episode 62: Joseph & Angela Hackman- •Enneagram Test •Homosexuality & Becoming a Welcoming Church •Vulnerability in Church
Episode 61: J. Eric Bishop Ph.D- •What keeps us from moving forward in our lives •Rethinking Education •Learning from History
Episode 60: Ang Sprock Freed- •Counselors Approach to Parenting •Stay at Home Mom Goes Back to Work •Disciplining Children within Structure
Episode 59: Al Feria- • Disability Ministry •Parenting through Autism •Integrating into a new culture
Al opens up about facing the totally unexpected diagnosis of autism for his son and how it completely reshaped his entire family and future, his involvement in "Night to Shine" and how to engage and integrate into a new culture.
Episode 58: Adam Larew & Mitch Keating- • Public School Teacher Chooses to Homeschool Own Kids • Value of Insulating Kids from Externals
I sit down with an active public school teacher that has decided to homeschool his own kids. Mitch and Adam have both elected to homeschool their children so we get into their reasons and what the general curriculum and theory offer to parents and kids alike. Ultimately asking the question, how much exposure is "good" for your child?
Episode 57: Dana Gehman- • Married Later in Life • Becoming a Math Teacher • Selecting a College •Expectations vs Reality
Loved the conversation with J.R. Briggs. Great stuff!
I have really enjoyed listening to these podcasts while I’m driving long distances. Tyler does a great job of creating interesting dialogue with his guests. I find these educational as well as thought provoking. I will continue listening and I hope to catch up on some of the past sessions.
Kind of strange two people talking can be so enjoyable to tune into.