Lance and Dante discuss the apostle Andrew and his unique attributes. While not the most outspoken disciple of Christ, Andrew worked quietly behind the scenes and brought many to Christ, including his brother Peter who became "the rock" Christ built his following on.
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 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.
Lance and his wife talk about common themes of dysfunctional families and parents struggling with children who exhibit behavioral issues. Lance's wife is a licensed behavioral health clinician working with children, teens, and families.
Socialism is popular on many college campuses today and some politicians are even trying to claim that Jesus and the early Christians were actually involved in socialist practices. Dante and Lance examine this theory from both a Biblical and economics point of view.
Lance and Dante talk about balancing being in the world but not of the world and how that affects our walk and witness. For parents, balancing sheltering our children with exposing them to the world without fear
Dante and Lance discuss Matthew 7 and judgmental attitudes. Dante and Lance also discuss racism and how dehumanizing thoughts and language can lead people to do unimaginable things.
Lance and Dante talk about how to maintain civility and be the salt and light on social media and when discussing highly charged topics.
Dante and Lance discuss a NY Times article where the author tries to imply that being a good dad means you're taking on the role of a mother. Gender Roles and Biblical Roles.
Dante and Lance join the discussion on "toxic masculinity" and how it differs from God's design for biblical manhood.
Dante and Lance discuss breaking down walls and how Christians should respond with grace and truth on social media.
As Lance reflects back on his years as a parent, he shares two areas that he would probably make different decisions about today.
Lance and Dante talk about why being an overprotective parent has negative consequences on our children and their development. Studies show that over coddling our children can have emotional, behavioral, and even cognitive repercussions.
See Our Original Post from 2009 - https://www.legacydad.com/blogs/overprotective-parents-underdeveloped-children-part-1
Live from Doctrine and Devotion 2018 - Lance and Dante talk about Biblical masculinity
and reflections on keynotes from Joe Thorn and Doug Logan, Jr. #docanddevo2018