How does your family treat school? Does it run your family? Does your child believe you’re only satisfied with him if he makes good grades? Believe it or not, school is way too important in our society today. The Pairadocs discuss ways to limit its importance while still keeping it a priority.
The guys interview Mary Jo Sharp, apologist and professor at Houston Baptist University. Mary Jo talks through how to have faith conversations with neighbors and why the 21st century requires an intelligent faith.
The Pairadocs sit down with Trevin Wax, Bible and reference publisher for LifeWay. He is managing editor of The Gospel Project, a pastor, podcaster and author. Trevin discusses tough issues facing the church, self-denial and the marginalization of Christianity.
The guys sit down with Van Moody, pastor, author and international speaker. Van discusses his latest book, The I Factor. His work stresses the importance of knowing and accepting yourself as a child of God, first, and a spouse, parent, and/or friend, second.
Welcome back to the show! The guys took a much needed break, but look forward to digging in with some great interviews and content show! Enjoy.
The guys sit down with Aaron Hanbury today, Relevant Media Group's Editorial Director. He shares his thoughts on millennials, pornography and possible reasons for young folks leaving the church.
Josh and Jimmy interview Aaron Ivey, a Pastor at The Austin Stone. Aaron leads worship at The Stone and has fantastic insight regarding worship, and the importance God places on believers worship - not only in song - but with their lives.
The Pairadocs sit down with Jess Connolly today, author of Wild and Free. Within the book Jess and her co-author, Haley Morgan, discuss the importance of women learning to live without the limitations of two foundational insecurities: "I am too much" and "I am not enough." Listen in as she describes how important of a concept this is to grasp for husbands and parents of young women.
Jimmy and Josh speak with Natalie Hanson today. She has a travel blog where she highlights various “educational expedition” that her and her kids take. You will not want to miss her blog! Also, as a previous homeschool mom, Natalie offers fantastic encouragement for parents to not let school be the boss of your family!
Todd Phillips is the Executive Director of The Last Well, a clean water initiative in Liberia. He sits down with the guys to tell you about his ministry and to share his insight regarding putting action to your faith.
The Pairadocs sit down with Tony Campolo for an insightful interview about bridging the political gap that exists in America. He shares wisdom regarding what it means to be a Red Letter Christian.
This couldn’t be a more crazy election year! No matter the candidate you agree with, no matter the political party you identify more closely to – it is easy to be filled with fear during the 2016 election. The Pairadocs discuss how we should parentally handle this years election. God has called us toward confidence and contentment, no matter who is elected. Join the guys this week as the discuss Trickle Down Emotional Economics.
The guys sit down with Chad Veach, pastor and author of Unreasonable Hope. Chad discusses his daughter's illness and how he finally had to place his hope in the person of Jesus, not the outcome of the illness. He shares stories of his tattoo movement and how you can live a Zoe life.
Jimmy and Josh discuss "outsourcing" your children's spiritual and emotional development. So many parents feel unqualified to help their depressed, anxious and spiritually questioning child. However, the Pairadocs believe that you are the perfect person to help, regardless of qualifications. Learn how to be there for your child in life's difficult circumstances.
The Pairadocs interview Lysa TerKeurst today. She is the bestselling author of over 19 books. Her latest book, Uninvited, encourages people to Live Loved. Lysa shares her insight regarding how easy it is to feel unloved, but encourages believers to rest in God's unending love and affection.
Jimmy and Josh discuss not letting emotions control your marital relationship. When it comes to marriage there is a lot of attention paid to the fact that emotions should be given and received. We should have more, not less, emotions, correct? It depends. The guys talk about the dangers of having too many emotions in marriage.
The guys sit down with Richard Clark, the online managing editor at Christianity Today. He has some fantastic insight about how we, as believers, can appropriately engage culture.
The Pairadocs sit down and discuss parental anger today. Let’s face it, kids are little idiots. They do and say the stupidest things – God love them. It is easy to be frustrated when trying to do life with them, but parental anger is one of the most harmful things we can do and show our children. In this episode Jimmy and Josh share ways you can keep calm when parenting your kids.
Have you ever experience spiritual apathy? Ever wanted to be saved from the American Dream? The Pairdocs sit down with Shannan Martin and discuss her new book, Falling Free, and why she was blessed by giving up everything she ever wanted.
Can grace towards your kids ever become a problem? Surprisingly, yes. Jimmy and Josh sit down and discuss how too much grace can be bad for your children.
Jimmy and Josh sit down with Brandon Hatmaker. Brandon’s new book A Mile Wide takes an insight look at shallow faith. It’s a challenge for any believer to examine his faith and grow more in love with his Creator. The guys talk about deepening one’s relationship with God, the importance of moving away from helping that hurts, and tattoos. Enjoy!
What in the world do we do as parents with electronics and social media? Have you ever asked yourself that question? Tune into this episode as the guys discuss how to handle this progressively bigger issue with your children.
Have you ever experienced loss, shame, guilt, depression, hurt, etc? Who hasn’t! Christa Black Gifford talks to The Pairadocs about losing her child, learning to grieve, and at the same time fostering/bettering her relationship with her husband and other children.
Do you ever find it difficult to support your spouse when you disagree about parenting? Ever want to stand up for your kids against your spouse? Don’t! The Pairadocs discuss supporting your spouse over and above your kids. Enjoy!