Podcast

115 | Choose Greatness (Dr. Clarence Shuler)

April 2, 2020

Dr. Clarence and Brenda are parents to three young adult daughters (he’s the minority in their sorority), author, marriage counselor, speaker, and life & relationship coach. He is the President/CEO of BLR: Building Lasting Relationships. For nearly 35 years, Clarence and Brenda have conducted marriage, discipleship, men’s, women’s, and single seminars internationally.

114 | The Love of a Father (Pierre du Plessis)

March 25, 2020

Pierre is known for his unique ability to bring the Bible to life using vivid illustrations mixed with humor and practical life application. He is passionate about mentoring & equipping leaders, engaging all generations and encouraging people to experience God. He is married to his best friend and partner in ministry, Marlize and they have two young adult children, Chloe and Caleb.

113 | Living on a Boat, Building a Tight Knit Family & Walking Through Pain (Scott Magdalein)

March 19, 2020

Scott Magdalein joins us for a conversation about leaning into time together as a family, living on a boat with young kids, and his son giving him hope to move home and seek healing and forgiveness in a failing marriage. Scott and his wife Erica have three young kids and live in Jacksonville, FL where they lead a ministry focussed on helping couples walk through forgiveness and healing. They love to travel and share their adventures with the world.

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BONUS Update | Wisdom, Pain, Passion & LIFE (Jeff Zaugg)

March 15, 2020

Jeff Zaugg unpacks three fatherhood principles in this special bonus episode as we approach the launch of dadAWESOME Season 2. Let’s double down on WISDOM, allow pain to fuel PASSION and add LIFE to the dad life. 

112 | Harold and the Purple Crayon (Paul Hurckman Revisited)

March 8, 2020

Paul and his wife, Candace, have 4 children (2 bigs and 2 littles) and they live in Minneapolis where they love to bike, run and host popsicle extravaganza gatherings for their neighborhood. Paul is the Executive Director at Venture Expeditions.

111 | Media Mentor Dads (Jonathan McKee Revisited)

March 1, 2020

With over 20 years youth ministry experience, Jonathan speaks to parents and leaders worldwide. He’s the author of over twenty books including the brand new THE TEEN’S GUIDE TO SOCIAL MEDIA & MOBILE DEVICES and IF I HAD A PARENTING DO OVER.

109 | Crafting Key Moments (Ryan Skoog Revisited)

February 16, 2020

Ryan is an entrepreneur, ministry leader, world traveler and adventure dad. He started Fly for Good, Volunteer Card, Yonder Travel Insurance, and the non profit Venture.org which helps people do tough things to help people in tough places around the world.

108 | Intentional Fatherhood & Radical Mentoring (Regi Campbell Revisited)

February 9, 2020

Regi is a serial entrepreneur who has founded 15 companies and has now devoted this phase of his life to creating a mentoring approach that produces incredible leaders and deep discipleship.  Last Summer he was leading his 18th mentoring group and he has now personally invested in 144 men and indirectly, in their marriages and families.

107 | Fatherhood insights from the life of Abraham (Jeremy Pryor Revisited)

February 2, 2020

Jeremy Pryor is a business owner, creative entrepreneur, author, podcaster and a builder of multiple movements with family at the core. We’re incredibly thankful for this conversation with Jeremy about his time in Jerusalem, welcoming his children into creative roles in his company and the long term iterating of their family sabbath. 

106 | Listen For Jesus’ Voice & Do What He Says (John Wyatt Revisited)

January 26, 2020

John Wyatt lives in Jacksonville, FL with his wife Carrie (21 years married) and two teenage daughters (14 & 17). He has been serving for over 10 years at Celebration Church and is currently an Executive Pastor. This incredible conversation explores asking for forgiveness, praying for our kids to hear God’s voice, honoring the Lord with our money and the parallels between surfing ocean waves and our role as fathers.