In this episode of the DadPOD, I had the opportunity to interview David Murrow. David is the author of a provocative book entitled, Why Men Hate Going to Church.
Alcoholism never happens because someone says, “I want to be enslaved to alcohol”. It usually starts out of a need to be accepted, loved and known. It always starts with the first drink and the opportunity to numb those hurts when we aren’t getting what we long for…real relationships. David Palmer needed those same things. Hear his story on the latest episode of the DadPOD.
In this episode of DadPOD, Social Media Examiner’s founder, Michael Stelzner discusses his latest online magazine, My Kids Adventures. A great family tool to get kids and parents away from the digital landslide and have some good old-fashioned fun and adventure. Plus Michael gives a tribute to his dad! Listen in!! Oh, also you get a a chance to win a great prize!!
In this episode of the DadPOD, I interview Bob Lepine. Bob is the Co-Host (with Dennis Rainey) of FamilyLife Today, a radio program that’s been on the air for more than 20 years and airs on hundreds of stations around the country. Bob is also an executive leader at FamilyLife, has served on the board of the National Religious Broadcasters for a number of years, pastors a growing church in Little Rock, has written a book called the Christian Husband, is married and has 5 adult children, scattered around the country.
Listen to Chase talk about how growing up in a blended family was all based on the influence of his stepfather. His stepfather, Larry, had a key influence on the development of Chases’ faith, his maturing and helping Chase to take the baton into his upcoming marriage and life as a young leader, man and soon to be husband.
In this episode of the DadPOD, my guest is Wes Yoder. Wes is the President of Ambassador Agency. Wes was instrumental in launching Christian contemporary music in Nashville, TN. He is also an author and speaker. Wes’ book, Bond of Brothers: Connecting with Other Men beyond Work, Weather and Sports is a unique book focused on why men struggle in relating to each other and how the church has struggled to engage men in meaningful ways.