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Why do we struggle so much with controlling our urges? What does it mean to have self-control? What do the Bible and those who study brain science have to say about it? Drew Dyck wrote a book exploring all of that. It's called "Your Future Self Will Thank You," and it was the In No Hurry Podcast Book of the Month. As we close out Lent season, it fe…
 
I don't know if it's because we've spent most of the past year on our phones and away from our normal communities, but it seems like I'm seeing more people than usual open up about their struggles with comparison. As you know, I'm no stranger to that struggle and many conversations on this show have focused on it. This week I wanted to share some t…
 
It just feels good to laugh sometimes, doesn't it? Especially after the year we've all gone through. Making people laugh is what Kerri Pomarolli does best, and I'm excited to welcome her on my show this week. Kerri is a Los Angeles-based comedian who performs clean comedy and shares the gospel during her shows. In this conversation we discussed wha…
 
We all want to know what our calling is in life. Many people search for years to try and decipher what their calling is. Our calling can indeed change in different seasons of our life, but whatever it is we're being called to do, discerning God's will is often the toughest part. That's the topic of my conversation this week with Marsha DuCille, fou…
 
I'm happy to joined on this bonus episode by Jackie Bledsoe, author of "The 7 Rings of Marriage," which was the In No Hurry Podcast Book of the Month for February. This book is full of practical advice and steps that couples can take to help improve their marriage. If you've missed any of our conversations during February with couples as we talked …
 
We close out the series on marriage with one final couple, and this is such a special episode for us! This week Emily and I talked to her aunt Allison Fuller and her husband Tommy. I'm so blessed to be able to share their story and welcome their perspective on marriage to the show. One thing I've really enjoyed about this series is how it's shown t…
 
This week Emily and I got to sit down (over Zoom) with my parents Doug and Christi Claybourn and talk about marriage. I've had many conversations with my parents individually and together over the years when dating about relationships and marriage, but this is the first time I've gotten to do that alongside my spouse. I hit on this in last week's e…
 
After hearing from two younger couples, I'm excited this week to bring on a couple that's been married for 20 years. Matt and Leslee Holliday have both been on my show individually — Matt was on Episode 39 talking about his Major League Baseball career (go Cardinals!) and Leslee was on Episode 55 talking about faithfulness and following her passion…
 
We are back this week talking about marriage with a couple of friends from our life group at church, Tyler and Dena Lindsey! Tyler is the worship pastor at our church and Dena also helps lead worship. They've been married for a little over two years. My wife Emily is back on the show with me as well, and one of the cool aspects of this conversation…
 
We are kicking off a new series this month all about marriage and relationships, and I could not be more excited to have our friends Nick and Cristen Lawson on the show! They are in our life group at church and just two people Emily and I do life with. They are newlyweds — they got married in October — so I loved hearing the perspective of such a y…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many churchgoers to have to do church in new ways. Most of it happened at home, either through live streams or in small groups on Zoom. It put a heightened focus on how important the home is as a place of worship and prayer. Author Winfield Bevins just released a timely book entitled Living Room Liturgy that he hopes wi…
 
We all have dreams for our life. What happens when the one you planned to share them all with is no longer here? In August 2018, that became the reality for Kayla Stoecklein. In her first book, Fear Gone Wild, Kayla bravely and vulnerably shares the story of her husband Andrew's battle with depression and subsequent suicide and all the emotions tha…
 
Here at In No Hurry, we love talking about the intersection of faith and creativity, especially when we get people like Peter Craig and Kristin Schroder of Moving Works. Moving Works describes itself as "a non-profit organization that makes short films to tell the world about Jesus." More specifically, they are missionary filmmakers who travel the …
 
We are called to model our lives after Jesus, but sometimes we forget how deep that calling goes. Obviously our actions toward others and honoring God are hallmarks, but what about the minutiae of every day life like managing our technology, our creativity, and daily tasks? Elijah Bowling set out to examine and explain all of that in his new book t…
 
As we close out 2020 and look ahead to 2021, there’s no guest on the show this week. We’ve already recorded five episodes for 2021, which I am so excited to share with you all starting in January, but this week I just wanted to take some time to share some thoughts that I’ve had on my heart this year and reflect on some of the events that shaped me…
 
It's wedding anniversary week for my wife Emily and I, which means this podcast gets to be graced with her presence again! We celebrate three years of marriage on December 23, so we used this time to reflect on the past year of our marriage and on 2020 as a whole. We've had plenty of hard moments this year, like everyone, but one thing we agreed on…
 
It started with a simple prayer for Leland Wetzel. In July of 2012, he had the idea to make a wooden baseball bat as a gift for his nephew. It felt much deeper than just a gift, though, and he sensed it. He felt prompted to pray a simple prayer: "Lord, if you want this to be a hobby for me or maybe something even more than a hobby, give me a passio…
 
Leslee Holliday is proof that it doesn't matter what age you are or what season of life you're in, it's never too late to pursue your goals or go where God is calling you. Quite literally and figuratively speaking, Leslee and her husband Matt — a former Major League Baseball player — have gone through a number of seasons in their life. A lot of cha…
 
I'm excited this week to introduce you to an up-and-coming poet and artist named Lo Alaman. I had the honor of sitting down with Lo to talk about some incredibly important stuff — racial reconciliation, what we as humans and Christians can learn from the racial events of 2020, and what it looks like lament injustice and other difficult things. We a…
 
What are the most pressing issues facing young adults right now? How can the Church respond to meet those needs, and what should we be teaching young adults to help fix it? How can we promote and achieve unity in the Church and in our nation? I spoke with Wayne Dickens about all of that and much more this week. Wayne is the Campus Director for the …
 
Today we are celebrating one year of the In No Hurry Podcast! What a year it has been. Those of you who have supported this show since its inception, I truly cannot thank you enough! What better way to celebrate than to bring Ryan Ahlwardt back on? Ryan was my first guest and he also created the theme music that we use each week! We had such a grea…
 
If you're a thinking person, you'll definitely enjoy this conversation. Thane Marcus Ringler is a former professional golfer who now is a writer, podcaster, thinker, and thought leader. His latest book, Catalysts for Hope: Unlocking Energy, Optimism, and Your Full Potential, just released last month and is available on his website for free. He's al…
 
It would seem as though prayer would be a fundamental part of a Christian's life. While most would say it is, the truth is many Christians struggle to build solid rhythms and habits when it comes to their prayer life. We aren't as intentional at making prayer a priority as we could be, for a number of reasons. I unpack that and much more this week …
 
The element of faith has been a highly discussed part of the upcoming presidential election. Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden are looking to court the Evangelical vote as well as votes from others who identify as people of faith. Journalist Adam Wren, a Christian himself, has covered this and all aspects of the election for Politico and Indianapolis…
 
This week we're talking all about writing on the podcast — specifically book writing. Whether you're a writer/aspiring author or not, I think you'll find this conversation with author Barnabas Piper interesting. Aside from being the first repeat guest on the show — check Episode 18 for his first appearance — Barnabas has written four books and also…
 
One of my favorite people ever gets to join me on the show this week! Author Hannah Brencher's writing has resonated with me an incredible amount, perhaps more so than any author. I'm not sure if it's the Enneagram 4 wing 3 in both of us or the fact that we both met our spouses online, but at times reading her writing made it feel like we're kindre…
 
This week I wanted to do something a little different with the show. There’s no guest this week, and I just want to take a little time to talk with you about the topic of identity, and more specifically what I learned about identity and contentment, and what the Bible has to say about it, in the year that I was away from teaching and just this past…
 
When I was fresh out of college, I use to bemoan the fact that the churches I went to seemed to lack any sort of substantial programming for that awkward age range of early 20s to mid-30s. Growing up in the church, there's always plenty for youth and even in college there are plenty of campus ministries to be a part of and meet people to do life wi…
 
Happiness is often a difficult concept to explain, much less achieve. It seems ever out of reach, yet its profoundly subjective in its nature. If we can define what makes us happy, why does it feel so hard for us to obtain it? Much like identity, we often look for happiness in all the wrong places — people, sports, hobbies, or other activities that…
 
It's all too tempting in the age of social media to jump in on any and every controversial debate or conversation we see. Chances are, especially in 2020, you've had to decide whether to engage with someone or bite your tongue. If you're like me, you've entered into some online battles you didn't really need to. We've all been there, and it's only …
 
Ben Courson's mission is to inject hope into a generation plagued by anxiety and despair. In the middle of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, this conversation comes at an important time when suicide rates are climbing due to COVID-19 and other perils that 2020 has brought. Ben's new book, Flirting with Darkness, encourages you to not accept depre…
 
No matter where you are in life, God can and will meet you there. That's one of the most beautiful things about the gospel, and it's the premise of my friend Rashawn Copeland's new book, "Start Where You Are." Rashawn was living a life of self-gratification, chasing after fame on the shoulders of a football career and eventually lived the Hollywood…
 
We were created out of love for love, but it's not always easy to love some people. Adam Weber, pastor at Embrace Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, knows that well — so well that he wrote an entire book about a season of life where he was finding it difficult to love everyone. His new book, "Love Has a Name: Learning to Love the Different, the D…
 
I know I say this a lot, but this episode is truly one of my favorites. As you know, I'm a huge St. Louis Cardinals fan, so getting to talk baseball and relive the Cardinals 2011 World Series run with one of the best players to wear a Cardinals uniform in some time was awesome. In all seriousness, Matt Holliday is a great guy and super genuine huma…
 
As so many of us are struggling with anxiety, disappointment, and grief in the wake of COVID-19 and everything else 2020 has thrown at us, author Nancy Hicks is working to provide hope and guidance. Earlier this summer she launched Meant to Live: Six Sessions, a brand new course based on her book, Meant to Live, that is dedicated to helping people …
 
We're picking up with the final installment of our short two-week feature on Olympic athletes during what would've been the 2020 Olympics. This week my guest is swimmer Erik Risolvato, who is hoping to qualify to swim for Team USA in next summer's Olympic games. Risolvato actually has dual citizenship with Puerto Rico thanks to his grandmother bein…
 
We're supposed to be enjoying the Olympics right now, but COVID-19 has forced it to be postponed until 2021. So to fill the Olympic void you're feeling right now, the next two episodes will feature Olympic athletes. We're starting it off with USA Rugby star Carlin Isles — the fastest man in rugby. Carlin has an amazing story. Long before he became …
 
Losing one child at birth is hard enough. Jon Ackerman and his wife, Shannon, have lost two, with a third being lost to a miscarriage. Needless to say, there have been plenty of times when Jon could've walked away from God and many people in the world wouldn't have blamed him. But that's why his story is so good, because he doesn't approach his hea…
 
This conversation pairs well with last week's with pastor Scott Sauls as we pick up where we left off talking about how Christians can respond on the Internet in the growing age of vitriolic public discourse. Matt Brown is an evangelist and the author of Truth Plus Love: The Jesus Way to Influence, where he discusses how Christians can respond with…
 
Pastor Scott Sauls is one of the most prominent voices when it comes to how Christians can and should should respond to potentially contentious conversations about race, social issues, politics, and religion. His new book that came out in early June, A Gentle Answer: Our Secret Weapon in an Age of Us Against Them, is a timely, necessary book in a y…
 
You could make the argument that Matt Jones is the most influential person in Kentucky and you'd have a good argument. His title might say "host of Kentucky Sports Radio," but those from this state know he holds much more weight than just the founder and host of a radio program covering University of Kentucky athletics. Love him or hate him, Jones …
 
What's it like for a sports journalist during a time when there aren't really any sports? If you're a good storyteller and know where to find stories, it's not so bad. That's been the case for Indianapolis Star sports columnist Gregg Doyel, who's arguably busier now than he's been with live sports. Gregg is one of the best storytellers I know. If y…
 
It may not be Godzilla or Bigfoot or something like that, but we all deal with monsters in our own lives. Maybe it's comparison, or chasing after success, or a misplaced identity. In his new book Befriending Your Monsters, author and pastor Luke Norsworthy addresses those lies we believe and how we can fear them in a way like we did with monsters a…
 
Fear is something we don't always like to talk about. But gear up, because this conversation with author Scarlet Hiltibidal is full of talk about fear. This is a pretty topical conversation right now given what's going on in the world. We all might be getting adjusted to life during COVID-19, but I'm guessing at some point all of us have experience…
 
Our season was canceled due to COVID-19, but that won't stop us from having a makeshift Senior Night for these girls. As many of you know, this Spring was going to be last season coaching high school tennis at Reitz High School in Evansville. Even though Emily and I moved two hours away to Bowling Green, I was going to live in Evansville during the…
 
I have an affinity for wit mixed with a little cynicism and sarcasm. Because of that, Tyler Huckabee is one of my favorite Twitter follows, and he was one of the first people I wrote down as someone I wanted on this podcast as a guest. I'm glad to finally get him on here to talk all things faith and culture. Tyler is the senior editor at RELEVANT M…
 
Alex Stein is one of the most successful basketball players in the history of the city of Evansville, Indiana. He was one of the best players on his high school team that went to the State championship his senior year, then he became the all-time leading scorer at the University of Southern Indiana, and is now working his way toward the NBA with th…
 
Several authors from B&H Publishing have been on this show this year, and Jenaye White is largely to thank for that. Jenaye is the senior publicist for B&H Publishing and has been super helpful in setting up the interviews for authors like Daniel Im, Robin Dance, Jamie Sumner, and Art Rainer. We found out we have quite a few mutual friends and figu…
 
One of the hardest parts for me about the COVID-19 shutdown is that there's no baseball right now. It's just as hard for the players. This week I got to chat with Jerad Eickhoff, a fellow Evansville native and pitcher for the San Diego Padres, about how he's handling not being able to play baseball and having to head back to Evansville for the time…
 
There is a lot of misinformation about and misrepresentation of the gospel amid the COVID-19 crisis. With Easter falling in the middle of it, I thought it was important to have a pastoral voice on this podcast to guide us toward some truth in this season. Gregg Farrell is the senior pastor at my church here in Bowling Green, Kentucky — Crossland Co…
 
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