Joe has Cliff Ravenscraft on today’s podcast episode.
Cliff Ravenscraft a business mentor, life coach and motivational speaker. Cliff mentors coaches, consultants and thought leaders through the transition from their unfulfilling day job into their own responsible and profitable online business so that they can live the life of their dreams and do the work they feel most called to do in this world.
Today Cliff and Joe talk about Cliff’s life in ministry and the importance of mindset. They talk about the need of being a part of a supportive community and they talk about Cliff’s upcoming conference Free the Dream
James Hazelwood has been a parish pastor, photographer, disc jockey and ice cream scooper. These life experiences inform his writing for the recently released book, Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning
He currently serves as Bishop of the New England Synod of the Lutheran Church (ELCA) He and his wife, Lisa, share a home along the Rhode Island coast where they bicycle, garden and enjoy visits from their grandchildren.
Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning seeks to help people who have struggled with traditional practices of the spiritual life. Rather than prescribing another failed attempt at daily devotional readings, written prayers and moments of quiet meditation, Everyday Spirituality exposes the truth that much of what we already do in life is, in fact, spiritual.
Through a series of short chapters centered around an action such as breathing, walking, working, eating, the reader realizes that spirituality is not an assigned section of their day or week. It’s everything they do.
Welcome to the latest episode of the 2 Bald Pastors. Sorry we have not had an episode in a few weeks. The end of the summer has been busier than we thought. We are happy to get back into the swing of things with a conversation with Knute Ogren.
Knute is the Director of Development and Communications at Camp Calumet in Freedom, NH. He oversees Reach the Beach which is a Ragnar race. You can learn more about it by listening to today’s episode.
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This week we talk with Molly Beck Dean who is the Director of the ELCA National Youth Gathering. A tri-annual gathering of over 30,000 youth and adults. In 2018 the gathering will take place in Houston, Tx.
Molly has a vast experience working with youth of the church and is the perfect person to lead this charge. We had an amazing conversation with Molly and we hope you enjoy it!
Laura Everett is the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches. Almost ten years ago Laura found herself in need of transportation and ended up with a bike. Thousands of miles later she can be found riding to and from work in the Boston area.
She talks about her life as a cycle commuter and what she has learned about riding and about her faith.