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Throughout this five-part journey towards recovering curiosity, have you noticed a common theme? Curiosity calls for change and action -- and usually against a backdrop of uncertainty. In this final episode of our Curious series, I pause to reflect on the role curiosity has played in my personal call to Go Outside across the past 10 years and share…
 
Are you curious about discovering how to use your unique gifts to share Christ with your local community but struggling with the fear of leaving the safety of the sidelines? Welcome to Curious, a five-part series of conversations inviting all tired Christians to rediscover and reclaim their God-given gift of curiosity.In this episode, Rob Perez, ow…
 
When was the last time you asked someone more experienced, “What advice would you give me?” Welcome to Curious, a five-part series that invites all tired Christians to rediscover and reclaim their God-given gift of curiosity.In this episode, I share something inspired by a conversation I had with several college students, hungry to learn more. Tune…
 
What if I told you that reading well could actually help make you a better steward of language on Twitter? Welcome to Curious, a five-part series of conversations inviting all tired Christians to rediscover and reclaim their God-given gift of curiosity.In this continuation of Episode 1, I’m joined by Dr. Karen Swallow Prior, author of On Reading We…
 
What if I told you that you could live counter-culturally today just by reading extra slowly? We’ve all heard that leaders are readers, but nobody actually enjoys plunging through a long checklist of titles as fast as they can. Outsiders, we need a new approach. It’s time to slow down and be curious again. Welcome to Curiosity, a series of five con…
 
The older I get, the more I realize that for some of the big questions in life there’s not always a clear right or wrong answer. There are degrees to each answer, so much so that the answer looks gray, instead of a simple black or white. For this 6-part series, called Operating in the Gray, you’ll hear from leaders in all different kinds of occupat…
 
What does it take to leave a lucrative career and start loving people in a completely foreign world? How does a willingness to follow God lead us outside of conventions, so much so that strip club owners become friends?In this interview, my wife, Rachel, sits down to answer those questions with Rachelle Starr, the founder of Scarlet’s Hope and Scar…
 
To find people who are well-acquainted with operating in life’s messy gray-area, we need to look no further than the dedicated men and women of our educational system. In this episode of Operating in the Gray, I invite Kentucky educators Tina Tipton and Artavia Acklin to share their experience in navigating how to be God’s light in the classroom. W…
 
Every couple of months a group of Christian businessmen and leaders get together for something called “The Lunch.”It’s an informal gathering where someone shares about the ups and downs of operating in the business world, and how they navigate the gray areas. From real failures, like bankruptcy and family problems, to successes, like acquisitions a…
 
The performing arts world is known for being difficult to live in as a follower of Christ. From deciding what shows to audition for to interacting with your co-workers to balancing family, there are plenty of situations that don’t have a clear black and white answer.That’s where Darian Sanders comes in. He’s a husband, father, cabaret performer, pa…
 
As an Outsider called to be God’s love in a messy world, do you ever run into situations that have no clear right answer? In this episode, Lee opens up 1 Timothy and shares 3 things we should remember and implement in our daily ministry at work, challenging us to reflect upon how we can fight the good fight of our faith in a world that’s anything b…
 
In this final episode of the Coffee House Sessions, we ask one last question to help us in our quest to develop a right perspective: Who gets the credit? How do we deny our instincts to glorify ourselves and instead surrender that glory to God? Thank you for walking alongside us in re-centering our perspective around Christ for 2018. Join us as we …
 
Welcome back to the Coffee Table Sessions! In this episode, we continue in our discussion about how to gain the right perspective. Here, I share from John 7, a passage in which Jesus' own brothers resist His timetable. Join us as we open up about what we've learned about trusting God's timing and how it moves us closer towards a Christ-honoring per…
 
Welcome back to the Coffee Table Sessions! In this fourth episode, we pose the most convicting question yet in our search for a refreshed perspective: Who's the boss? Grab a cup of coffee and join us in some honest self-reflection: is God truly the Boss of your life? Have you been living as though you know better than He does? Do you recognize Him …
 
Welcome to Part Three of the Coffee Table Sessions! In this episode, we look to John 6-7 for the second question in our search for better perspective in 2018: What's your end-game? Here, we get to the heart of what matters them and explore how having Godly end-goals can empower us live with an eternal perspective now. Episode Highlights:0:24 - What…
 
In this second episode of the Coffee Table Sessions, Philip and I dive into the discussion of how we can live life from a daily perspective that glorifies God. I ask the first question on our journey to evaluate the current state of our perspective: What do we really believe about God? And later, I address the question that so many of us ask the Lo…
 
Welcome to the Coffee Table Sessions-where I walk alongside you through the 5 questions that will help us gain better perspective in 2018. In this episode, I share how my New Year's reflections brought me to realize I'd lost perspective in 2017. Why do we sometimes lose healthy perspective, and where do we even begin to rediscover it? We talk about…
 
After retiring from a successful career coaching baseball at the University of Kentucky, Coach Keith Madison found himself at a loss when he was asked what he was going to do next. In this interview, Coach Madison shares with us how a gravel road and big hands taught him a valuable truth about God, the five words players say that mean the most to h…
 
Dan Lewis, Executive Director of the River Foundation, joins me to talk about how the best mentoring relationships are structured and what the Church can learn from leadership in the marketplace. Find out how the Millennial generation is changing the landscape of faith in the marketplace and so much more. Episode Highlights:2:13 - How an office tab…
 
As we continue our series on mentorship, my wife, Rachel Webb, joins me to talk about the many things we have learned from our marriage mentors, Karl and Susan. Their impact on our relationship is something that we’re thankful for every day.Episode Highlights:3:15 - Most important things Rachel and Lee learned from their marriage mentors4:22 - What…
 
For the Outsider, the Go-Getter, the passionate follower of Christ, it’s a challenge to slow down enough to pray. And considering our dependence on God, prayer truly is the lifeblood of pursuing our God-given dreams. With that in mind, I reached out to Curt Vernon to share with us how he has made prayer his primary activity, and what that means for…
 
So often, we look to the newest business model or successful ministry for a solution to our challenges. But what if we really just need a shift in perspective?This week, Daniel Im joins me to share from his new book, No Silver Bullets, five small shifts that will transform your ministry. As you listen to this interview, I think you'll find that wha…
 
Since the beginning of time, culture has always tried to define groups with labels and boxes: it's "us" versus "them," or some version of that. Thankfully, God has a way of breaking down those barriers like he did with my Mamaw, and my dear friend Marie Loving. The culture told them they should never be friends.The beauty of their relationship is s…
 
College is a time when many young adults decide for themselves what they believe about God and the Bible. Join in as I catch up with Brian Marshall - the leader of Christian Student Fellowship at the University of Kentucky - to hear about what is happening on campus.저자 Alton Lee Webb
 
When you’re leading an organization that ministers to the next generation, being self-aware and understanding of how the Gospel applies to students is absolutely critical.Brad Barnett leads Student Life, an interdenominational ministry that serves local churches through camps, mission trips, and retreats for youth. Listen to the conversation betwee…
 
Jesus said loving God is our greatest responsibility, and second to that is loving our neighbor.So what does it look like when our neighbor is a refugee? Refugees continue to remain a hot-button issue, in both our politics and our churches. What’s the best way to engage the issue? What happens to the families when they arrive on our shores? And how…
 
Acts 2:44 talks about the believers having everything in common, sharing their resources with each other. And often, we think about our physical possessions and stop there. But what if we have more to offer? When Jesus went to the cross in our place, he didn’t give us clothes on our back, or a roof over our head. Instead, he used his influence with…
 
Outsiders end up in all kinds of different places. Sometimes we end up starting and leading a ministry that shows kids they’re loved; other times, we end up planting a church and writing a book.For our guest on this week’s episode, Going Outside led her to become the current Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky. This interview approaches public service …
 
There’s something exciting about hearing from a fellow Outsider, someone who is directly impacted by the message of Go Outside. This week I switched seats with Philip Devine and asked him to share where Go Outside is taking him, along with some key takeaways he’s learned so far. From how Outsiders can continue learning, to staying in a constant sta…
 
It started with a conversation with someone who was in the early stages of starting out. There were lot’s of things they needed, but there was something about the interaction that made me want to share about a shift in leadership that I’ve experienced over the past couple of years.Regardless of where we are on our journey Outside, we all experience…
 
While we might not admit it to others, we all have things we've done that make us feel like we're unqualified and unable to move forward with God's call on our life.But many times, the difference between those who make a difference and those who stay on the sidelines isn't how loud their voice is or how great their idea is...it's the freedom they'v…
 
There is one thing that everyone faces when they take the next step outside. Planning out every step won’t push this issue back, and your “why” isn’t enough to keep it at bay (more on that later).In fact, it’s a necessary part of going Outside, and following God’s call on your life.Whether you’re starting a business, taking next steps in your minis…
 
Harry Truman famously said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”If you’re like me, reading wasn’t a favorite pastime in high school and college. But over the years, that’s changed. Now I’ve got a stack of books I regularly work through; and while I can’t carve out hours at a time for reading, I can make incremental progress.B…
 
I remember a conversation I had with someone I just met recently, and I asked this person what they do. As we got to know each other, it became clear that there wasn’t just “one” thing my friend did. In fact, they were involved in all facets of life, from family and church to politics and business. As leaders in marketplace ministry, it’s important…
 
Relationships are the building blocks of anything we do as Outsiders. As I reflect on how relationships have impacted me, I think about- My relationship with Christ, and how it drives everythingI do- My relationship with my wife, Rachel, and how we pursue each other and our dreams together- My relationship with my mom and dad, and how they gave me …
 
So often, fear causes us to feel a flood of emotions, and usually it culminates in inaction. But there’s a better way. In fact, Jesus beat back our fear when he defeated death and was resurrected…and he was just getting started!In this episode, we’ll share:- What Easter means for an Outsider (1:17)- How you can harness your fear and use it for acti…
 
So many of us hesitant starters dream up ways we can help people. But then life smacks us in the head and we remember that it's too complicated, we don't have the time or money and helping people is messy. But not Brook. Jump in as I sit down with an Outsider who is going and doing the thing that many of us dream about every day - building a global…
 
College is a time when many of us are making decisions about what we want to do with our life and what we believe about God. Brian Marshall leads the largest campus ministry at the University of Kentucky. Join in as he shares about faith on the college campus.저자 Alton Lee Webb
 
The Go Outside podcast welcomes Daniel Im. A true Outsider that serves as Director of Church Multiplication for New Churches and LifeWay Christian Resources. He's a Husband, Father, Author, and Teaching Pastor at The Fellowship, a multisite church in Nashville. Listen & Learn from Daniel...I know I did!…
 
Bob Russell joins us on the Go Outside podcast to share about his new book, "After 50 Years of Ministry: 7 Things I’d Do Differently & 7 Things I’d Do The Same." He offers wisdom and perspective on all phases of ministry. Don't miss this one!저자 Alton Lee Webb
 
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