Many of us feel hurried, and hurry is costing us more than we realize. Unhurried Living provides resources and training to help people learn to live and lead from fullness rather than on empty. Great influence begins on the inside, in your soul. Learning healthy patterns of rest and work can transform your life—your daily influence. Built on more than twenty-five years of experience at the intersection of spiritual formation and leadership development, Unhurried Living seeks to inspire people around the world to rest deeper so they can live fuller and lead better.
Finding Freedom from Constant Comparison (Richella Parham) (Summer of Unhurried Favorites)
Over the summer, we are sharing ten episodes of our podcast we’re calling “Unhurried Favorites.” Today we’re sharing “Finding Freedom from Constant Comparison with Richella Parham.” Richella is a wise and trusted friend and I you’ll love the reminder to step out of the comparison trap and learn to more fully express your true self. Enjoy this summer favorite on the Unhurried Living Podcast
Intentional Soul Care (Summer of Unhurried Favorites)
Over the summer, we are sharing ten episodes of our podcast we’re calling “Unhurried Favorites.” Today we’re sharing “Intentional Soul Care.” I’ve often said that one of the greatest challenges for men and women of influence is the care of their own souls. It’s rare when someone asks another who is leading them about how their souls are doing, so intentionality about soul care is key. Enjoy this unhurried favorite, “Intentional Soul Care.”
How to Plan a Restful Vacation (Summer of Unhurried Favorites)
Over the summer, we are sharing ten episodes of our podcast we’re calling “Unhurried Favorites.” Today we’re sharing “How to Take a Restful Vacation.” This may seem odd considering we are still knee deep in the dynamics of the pandemic. And yet we are seeing people becoming more active than before. So whether you are planning a getaway or a staycation, we hope you’ll find these insights useful as you make your way toward some rest. Welcome to the Summer of Unhurried Favorites on the Unhurried Living Podcast.
The Deeply Formed Life (Alan with Rich Villodas)
Here at Unhurried Living, we are often trying to find any number of ways to invite you into the depth of the work God wants to do both in you and through you for the good of others. One of Paul’s prayers has him asking that God would powerfully strengthen us inwardly through his Spirit so that Christ might dwell in our hearts more fully. Doesn’t that sound inviting?
Well, today I’m glad to be sharing a recent conversation on this theme of depth that I had with Rich Villodas (vee-yo-duss) about his book The Deeply Formed Life. I love the robust and holistic vision he offers us in it. So that’s what we’ll be talking about on today’s episode of the Unhurried Living podcast.
Embodying our Faith (Gem with Sarah Panther)
The connection between our minds and our bodies is undeniable. And even though the scientific world confirms this, practically speaking, we don’t always know how to make the most of this God-designed connection. Our guest today is Sarah Panther and she is going to talk about this connection by sharing her story of ongoing chronic illness and how she has moved to greater healing. Welcome to the Unhurried Living Podcast.
Practices of a Healthy Church (Alan with Jason Feffer)
If you’re a follower of Christ, and most of you who listen to this podcast would likely describe yourself that way, a big part of that experience is church. The church is a gathering of fellow-students of Christ. The church is people. The church is a kind of kingdom outpost wherever it has been planted in the world.
Today, I’m talking with Jason Feffer about the community he leads called The Practice. We talk about our experiences of church, and how God has been leading them to be together week to week. I’m looking forward to sharing that
conversation with you on today’s episode of the Unhurried Living podcast.
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Beautiful, timeless truths offered kindly.
I have grown to have a tremendous appreciation this podcast. Were this a movie, some might call it understated. Alan’s style of relating enables unhurried living to feel more like an accessible way of life rather than yet another To Do List. I’m grateful for the gentle strength of his presence and find it a welcome respite from the big intrusive egos that often dominate podcasts in this harried, hurried world gone mad of ours. Heartily recommend. Melodie A. ~ Indianapolis, IN
Life giving Podcast
This podcast a has changed my views from a on it means to lead in this modern age. It taught me how to seek Peace in the midst of chaos and to live a life worthy of God’s calling.