Nathan Boyd is joined by Shane Smith, Tyler Cloud, and Pat Hardin this week to discuss struggles of fear and faith as applied from last Sunday's scripture passage, Numbers 13-14. Real-life fears are shared along with the hope for how they can be overcome.
Nathan Boyd discusses the basic components of a healthy family on mission with Shane Smith (filling in for Russ Butcher). This week, they focus on the third component, missional purpose. Much of our content for family on mission is drawn from the teaching and writing of Mike and Sally Breen, especially in their book Family on Mission.
Russ Butcher starts a discussion about the basic components of building a healthy family on mission. With guest Shane Smith (filling in for Nathan Boyd this week), they focus on the first component, spiritual parents.
Russ and Nathan sit down and talk about the importance of developing leaders within the church and how we do that at Church at the Grove. Take a moment and be challenged about how you can get involved with what God is doing and join him on his mission.
Russ Butcher continues the discussion about hearing and responding to God's work in our lives with guest Shane Smith, filling in for Nathan Boyd this week. They discuss a guide for life-changing responses to God's voice, called the Learning Circle.
Nathan and Russ sit down to discuss the importance of hearing and responding to God's voice. In this episode, Russ and Nathan talk about the learning circle which is an easy process that people can follow to have spiritual breakthrough.
Pat Hardin and Shane Smith join Nathan while Russ is out-of-town to discuss the importance of rest and work. This episode will challenge the way that you view your schedule and your daily, weekly, and yearly rhythms.
Russ and Nathan sit down and talk about how to achieve the balanced life in this busy world. The balanced life can be achieved and remembered through the shape of a triangle, with each side representing a different relationship. The triangle points UP, IN, and OUT. We need an upward relationship with the Lord, an inward relationship with our extended family, and an outward relationship with others.