This episode features Ken Harrison; a former LAPD cop turned successful entrepreneur who is now the Chairman of the Board for the renowned Christian Men’s group, Promise Keepers. Ken and I talk about his new book, the future of Promise Keepers, and what it means to be a man.
Join me as I chat with my good friend, Matt Wagner, about raising kids to have an understanding and appreciation for work, the role it plays in God's Kingdom, and the importance of instilling a great work ethic in the next generation. Grab a notepad—there are a lot of great takeaways in this episode.
Crafting meaningful experiences that we can share with our kids is one of the most effective ways to strengthen our relationship with them. My guest today is Nigel J Bennett, author of Take That Leap, Risking It All For What REALLY Matters. He is also an accomplished entrepreneur, speaker, philanthropist, and family man who, along with his wife, designed an experiential lifestyle for their family. Hear how they did this and how it impacted the lives of his family, both then and now.
In this episode, I chat with pastor Adam Weber about the concept of “am I running the race well?” from the perspective of being a husband and father. If you are struggling as a dad and looking for hope and encouragement, as well as some practical tips on how to finish strong, then this episode is for you.
If you want to make a positive impact on a child’s life, consider coaching youth sports. This episode features Andy Traub. He is a veteran youth coach who has developed practical methods of helping kids navigate their emotions for improved performance. He also shares the many ways coaches can build up players and help them play to their potential without losing love for the game, along with much more. If you’re a parent-coach or merely a supportive sideline parent, you’ll be able to apply much of this conversation to your child’s next season. And even if your kid isn’t into sports, there are concepts discussed here that can apply to anyone.
Leaving a legacy doesn’t just mean leaving a gift of money or personal property, it can mean so much more. Ultimately, our legacy is the story of how we live life and the Godly example we set for our children and future generations. Our life story will be told no matter the outcome. This thought provides extreme clarity in not only how we must live our life now, but how it should be someday told. My guest, Jeremy Brown, is an expert in helping people craft, document, and share their legacy.
The epidemic of fatherlessness has been building for decades and is now sweeping the globe. It has had devastating ramifications not just here in America, but in cultures all around the world—specifically with boys. To help explain this, my guest today is, Dr. Warren Farrell, author of the bombshell book titled The Boy Crisis.
My guest today is Steve Weatherford. He is ten year NFL veteran, Super Bowl champion, entrepreneur, husband, and loving father of five. But most importantly, he is a man of faith. I wanted to have Steve on the show because of how he uses his platform to reach fathers for the sake of the next generation. That is exactly what The Inspired Legacy is all about.
Video games are not new but the games of today are far different than the ones you or I had as kids. Video game companies leverage incredibly robust bandwidth and state-of-the-art graphics capabilities, as well as the latest behavioral sciences, to produce games that are not only fun and entertaining; they’re designed to be addictive.
My guest today is Dean Pohlman. He’s a former Division I college athlete turned yoga instructor, and the founder of Man Flow Yoga, an online yoga resource for men of any fitness level. Dean and Man Flow Yoga have been featured in Men’s Health, as well as Muscle & Fitness Magazine. And whether you consider yourself to be in great shape already, or acknowledging that you could drop some pounds off your classic dad-bod, Dean has a program designed just for you.
As dads and spiritual leaders of the home, it’s critical that we understand God’s Word so we can apply it to our daily lives and effectively teach our kids about it. But we obviously can’t do that if we’re not reading and studying it regularly. My guest today is on a mission to help all of us bridge that gap and equip us to dive deeper into God’s Word.
My guest today is Denny Allen. He, along with his wife, Karri, are the founders of Healing Hope Ministries, an organization that helps parents and families find hope after the loss of a child at any age, to any cause of death. They founded this ministry as a result of unexpectedly losing their child in 2012.