Every seven days we gather at a place called "church"
but how are we living as The Church the other six?


Polarized Redux

Episode 150. Wednesday November 5, 2014.
The people have spoken and now they won't stop gloating. Elections show us how deeply divided we are as a nation, but this week we'll talk about how to make sure you don't let yourself become a part of the problem.

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Crucial Conversations

Episode 149. Wednesday October 29, 2014.
We all agree, someone needs to tell the Emperor that he's got no clothes on, but few of us want to be the one who gets chosen to do it. This week we're talking about the necessity and power of crucial conversations. If you don't think you need this episode perhaps someone else in your life needs you to hear it for their sake.

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Control Freaks

Episode 148. Wednesday October 8, 2014.
A 29 year old woman is making headlines because of a controversial decision to choose the date of her death. But can you blame her? If you were certain to die in the near future and could control the manner of your death, wouldn't you? As it turns out we shouldn't be surprised by her decision because it's not just life and death; if we look deeper, there's a control freak in all of us.

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Scary Things

Episode 147. Wednesday October 1, 2014.
Just take a look around the world today, ISIS, Ebola, freak accidents. It's easy to be overwhelmed by all the scary things that are lurking out there. But this week we'll address why fear is the wrong response.

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God Wants You To Be Happy?

Episode 146. Wednesday September 17, 2014.
A famous pastor's wife recently declared that God wants us to be happy and people went nuts over it. So is it true? Does God want us to be happy? If not, what's the alternative?

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Evil

Episode 145. Wednesday September 3, 2014.
Some things in life may be a result of confusion, miscommunications, or misunderstandings but other things can be considered nothing but pure evil. Today we'll talk about what to do when you encounter evil in the world and why Living the Six is a great way to combat it.

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The Intentional Life

Episode 144. Wednesday August 6, 2014.
"He who fails to plan, plans to fail," we know, but what does that look like as it applies to daily life? Too many of us let life happen to us and the result is not good for us or the people around us; we're unhappy, unfulfilled, and embittered. So this week we'll talk about what it means to live an intentional life and why it's an important part of Living the Six.

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Cambodia

Episode 143. Wednesday July 9, 2014.
You've heard about the inadequate schools, paltry medical care, and the human trafficking epidemic but what you might not know is that God is on the move in Cambodia. Jen Dotson joins us as guest co-host for this week's episode as we learn more about what's going on in Cambodia and also learn from our Khmer friends about how we can better Live the Six here at home.

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Polarized (rebroadcast)

Episode 142. Wednesday July 2, 2014.
The Supreme Court is in session and they're handing down one controversial decision after another. Instead of taking sides with the winners and losers, we're talking about the bad things that can happen to your heart, mind, and attitude when you're living in a polarized nation...and how you can prevent it.
This episode contains content from Episode 120.

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Revival

Episode 141. Wednesday June 11, 2014.
Revival isn't a positive word in our culture, so why are some Christians still talking about it? Worse, why are some PRAYING for it? This week we'll talk about revival in a new way that every listener will find personally challenging. PLUS this week The Six Podcast crosses the gender gap and welcomes a new guest co-host!

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