267 | Becoming Spiritually Courageous, Emulating Christ’s Honor, and Passing the Torch to Your Children (Tony Rorie)

March 2, 2023

Honor changes everything. It can take you from distant to present, from indifferent to significant, and from passive to passionate. In today’s episode, Tony Rorie shares the practical steps you can take to become a man of honor and transform your family. Key Takeaways Take the dare to have a weekly devotional with your family…

242 | Brainwash Your Kids That They Are A Masterpiece (Tom Bell)

September 8, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Our kids have their own rescue stories and songs of gratitude. Remember Him and never forgetting Him. Loving our spouse and children, when they’re hardest to love, allows them to experience love of Jesus. When we walk in obedience, our kids benefit from our…

239 | Being Still and Letting God Love You (Ken Helser: Part 2)

August 18, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways You have to believe God wants to speak to you more than you even want to listen. When you journal you are stirring up a prophetic gift. Every time we hurry, we break things. Be Still. God wants us to live life well. When…

238 | A Place for the Heart (Ken Helser: Part 1)

August 11, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Vision doesn’t become reality on the mountaintops but rather in the valleys. When God promises he follows through, just not always on our timeline. When it’s built by faith it moves from information to revelation. When you love your spouse in front of your…

217 | Talking to Our Kids About Marriage. It’s On Me! (Chad Johnson PART 2)

March 17, 2022

“I just want to pour in… I don’t want to be the guy who’s over on the couch. Whose mailed it in and thinks that everything’s going to be great. I want to be 100 percent in the game. Are they on my calendar or are they on my prayer list? Are they people I’m spending time with? I just want to keep honing…”

207 | Stop Worrying & Start 2022 with Worship (Jeff Zaugg)

January 6, 2022

I pray that we would start the year 2022 with a posture of worship versus a posture of worry, a posture of trusting God versus a posture of struggle and trying to do it on her own. A posture of God’s bigness. He is so much bigger and we need to keep that perspective of he knows best. His ways are bigger and wider and deeper and strong. Guys, we have a limited perspective. Let’s choose to worship versus worry.

182| God as Father & Hip-Hop Culture (Marcus Montana)

July 15, 2021

“You know, Martin Luther King said rioting, rioting comes as the voice of the unheard. And, you know, if your kids are trying to share with you and you’re not listening, you’re too busy. They’re rioting.”

126 | Dads Who Dare To Dream (Banning Liebscher)

June 18, 2020

Banning’s passion is to see a generation of revivalists raised up who have encountered the extravagant love of Jesus and have given themselves for worldwide revival. He and his wife have three children, Ellianna, Raya, and Lake.

91 | Growing in Flexibility, Throwing Pancakes & Watching Fear Dissipate (Aaron Shust)

October 13, 2019

Aaron Shust joins dadAWESOME for a vulnerable conversation fatherhood and trusting God in difficult moments. Aaron is a song writer and worship leader who records songs that magnify the name and nature of God. Nothing To Fear, just released in September 2019 and is Aaron’s Ninth full-length album. Aaron lives with his wife Sarah and three boys in Nashville, TN.

63 | Technology Action Steps, Worshipping God Through Trials & Trusting God in the Fire (Jeff Zaugg)

March 31, 2019

We release dadAWESOME episodes every Sunday and since this month (March 2019) has 5 Sundays, this is a special bonus episode. Jeff Zaugg shares his reflections on the previous 4 episodes outlining 5 action steps to put this these insights around Screens, Smartphones and Social Media into action. Expanding beyond the technology theme, Jeff shares three stories about trials, pain and choosing to worship in a season of unanswered prayer.