Dante and Lance talk about Francis Chan's book Letters to the Church and whether modern ministry and church in America is off track.
Lance and Dante talk with Jeff McDaniel about discipleship, multiplication, and modeling faith. God has used Jeff to reach thousands in Africa and now God is using Jeff to reach 250,000 in the Washington D.C. area.
Dante and Lance discuss the divisive nature in America and who or what we are putting our hope and faith in. Why some are angry, fearful, hurting, or hanging on to the past.
Lance and Dante discuss bullies, why they bully others, what we as parents can do, and also tips for our children if they are bullied.
Additional content - How To Stop A Bully - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oKjW1OIjuw
Lance and Dante discuss the disciples of Jesus and how they were selected, including using their strengths and faults for the glory and advancement of God's Kingdom.
Lance and Dante discuss the traits and attributes of modern special operations warriors and how they are applicable to your marriage, parenting, and life.
Lance and Dante discuss a recent speech by Dr. Voddie Baucham about social justice as well as the techniques used to manipulate people on an individual and group basis. These techniques are used by politicians, the media, marketing, and people who want to influence, persuade, or manipulate us.
Dr. Baucham’s original speech can be found here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFNOP2IqwoY
Dante and Lance talk about keeping romance and intimacy in the marriage after you've had kids. Practical ways to keep the fire alive 24/7 when we are tired and stressed out from life.
Lance and Dante talk with Brandon and Taylor from Brothers of Merit about authentic brotherhood, truly doing life together, and creating bonds that last a lifetime.
Lance and Dante are also on Brothers of Merit's Podcast this week so check them and us out on itunes, spotify, and at brothersofmerit.com
Dante and Lance talk about the Dad Novelty - fathers who start out on fire but then burn out after a few years. Lance discusses the difference between the protection phase and the preparation phase of parenting and five ways to stay the course and finish strong.
Lance and Dante discuss recent church leaders who have been fired, resigned, or forced out of their positions. Why does this happen, how does the church body respond, and how can this be prevented.
Lance and Dante talk about why many of the popular parenting books fail long term, the lasting consequences of behavior modification and manipulation, and how to use a more positive parenting strategy that addresses the root of behavior issues while developing character. #legacydads
Lance and Dante discuss some complaints from Christian women about men and spiritual leadership, discipleship, consistency, and being a Christ-like husband and father.
Dante and Lance talk about what causes frustration and anger while parenting and how to mitigate it. Lance and Dante also explain how to create a home environment that reflects Christ like character and minimizes the areas that cause frustration.
Dante and Lance discuss managing money, budgets, and Biblical stewardship in marriage. How to communicate with your spouse on what money means to you, different perspectives on stewardship and how to reach common ground when conflict arises.
Lance and Dante walk you through the history of the early Christian Church from Christ to the 1600’s. Major events include early teachings and writings, adoption of the faith by Rome, the fall of Rome, the Middle Ages and abuses of power, the split of the Eastern and Western Church, and the Reformation and split of Protestantism.
Dante and Lance discuss the similarities and fundamental differences between the three major religions so you can explain this the next time someone says “All Religions Are The Same.”
Lance and Dante try to distinguish fact from fiction in what the Bible actual says about end times, persecution of the Church, and tribulation.
Lance and Dante talk about Revelation and various teachers in the New Testament warning of false teachers.