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Life In The Cracks

Dec 20, 2017

David sits down with Jonathan Stewart as he shares his story of growing up with hippie parents who found God and began a journey down into religion. Jonathan said he’d never be involved with church and religion, only later to become a pastor and being part of the church culture for 23 years. He talks about transitioning away from being a pastor and shedding some of the religious hang ups he was accustomed to. It’s an interesting talk about stepping back to rediscover and embrace God’s grace. We missed having Luke with us this week, but he will be back next time!


Previous Episodes:

LITC 1: David & Luke Share The Vision of LITC and What Is To Come

LITC 2: Ken Barner on Getting Through Brokenness (and Loving & Leading People Well)

LITC 3: David & Luke on How Sharing Our Brokenness Can Influence Others

LITC 4: A Conversation With Dan Baxter About Strict Faith Upbringing and Seeing The Bigger Picture In Life

LITC 5: David & Luke ON Thankfulness In All Circumstances 

LITC 6: Eric McElvenny on Overcoming Obstacles, Become A Triathlete, and Leading His Family 

LITC 7: David & Luke on The Significance of Story In Light of Christmas.

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