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.
After Doubt (Alan with A. J. Swoboda)
Recently, I had a very encouraging conversation with my friend, A. J. Swoboda about his latest book titled After Doubt. It’s a beautiful invitation into the sorts of reconstruction that many of us need and into which God is graciously inviting us. That’s what we’ll talk about on today’s episode of the Unhurried Living podcast.
The Art of Letting Go (Gem with Marla Christian)
Letting go is hard, isn’t it? For most of us, it’s about admitting that we aren’t in control, and that is difficult. My dear friend, Marla Christian, is with me today and we’re going to talk about the freedom of releasing our grip on people and circumstances. Welcome to the Unhurried Living Podcast.
Unhindered Abundance (Alan with Ken Baugh)
Today, I’m talking with Ken Baugh about his new book, Unhindered Abundance. I think you’ll find help for how to enter more deeply into the very good life to which you’ve been invited. That’s our focus on today’s episode of the Unhurried Living podcast.
Musings on Beauty and Courage (Gem with Morgan Harper Nichols)
I have long believed the practice of gratitude and looking back in discernment is crucial for a well-lived life. In Morgan Harper Nichols’ new book, "How Far You Have Come", we are invited to notice and give thanks for our growth along the journey of life. With her unique style, and deep, soulful heart, Morgan guides us yet again with her stories, poems and art. I am so happy to be talking with Morgan about all of this and more, today, on the Unhurried Living Podcast.
Lead Like It Matters to God (Alan with Rich Stearns)
Leadership matters to God. The way leaders lead matters perhaps more to God. We who would serve the people of God as leaders are invited to do so in the way of Jesus—the Spirit of Jesus. We often say that you do not need a position of leadership to be a person of influence.
Today, I’m pleased to have as my guest Rich Stearns, President Emeritus of World Vision and author of the new book Lead Like It Matters to God. We’ll talk about some of the core values that have guided his leadership over the decades. I’m glad you’ve joined us for today’s episode of the Unhurried Living podcast.
Two Spiritual Directors Respond to Questions (Gem with Stacey Green)
Today my friend and spiritual director, Stacey Green, is with me and we will be responding to some spiritual direction and formation questions that we received via social media. We’re going to interact on these themes and hopefully offer some guidance and encouragement along the way. Welcome to 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.