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Intentional Fatherhood for the Whole Child and Whole You. Being a present and engaged Father is hard. Most of us are doing the best we can but are often running alone. Whole Dad is about building a community of fathers who are running together in the same direction to build whole children. And in the process, we ourselves grow toward wholeness as well. Come join us as we journey toward being a Whole Dad together!
 
The Spiritual Directions Podcast is intended to help guide listeners toward wholeness through practicing greater spiritual awareness. With roots in ancient myth and the contemplative traditions, the show will touch on topics of spiritual growth through deeper awareness. Guests include people from different walks of life discussing the ways in which they have confronted their suffering and come out transformed.
 
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Kevin East is the President & CEO of Mentoring Alliance, a Christ-centered, intentionally multiethnic ministry that mobilizes Godly people into the lives of kids and families, to provide tangible help and eternal hope. Kevin and his wife, Stephanie, are the proud parents of five children—two of them began as foster children, but God allowed them th…
 
Amidst all of the pain each of us suffers in various seasons, plus the onslaught of "bad news" we see in our world each day—it can be extremely challenging to find any glimmer of hope. Join host Richard Dahlstrom and guests Kim Hurst and Nathan Nelson as they discuss practical ways we can take steps toward hope and wholeness. Kim Hurst is the North…
 
Alcohol, overeating, pornography, drug abuse—how can one break free from the strongholds of addiction? Join host Richard Dahlstrom and his guest, Steven Ginsburg, as they discuss Steven's incredible road to recovery from alcoholism, to now dedicating his life to helping others break free from addiction. Steven has been in and around recovery and so…
 
With so much pressure to find work you're "passionate about" these days—what does the process of discernment actually look like? Join host Richard Dahlstrom and the co-founder of the Taproot Theatre Company, Scott Nolte, as they discuss how Scott found his calling and sustained it for over 40 years. Scott is the co-founder and former Producing Arti…
 
How does one pursue wholeness after receiving life-altering news? Host Richard Dahlstrom speaks with longtime friends Tim & Alicia Nygard as they discuss what they've learned since Tim's stage 4 cancer diagnosis.Toward Wholeness Podcast
 
In a world full of busy schedules, distractions, and endless entertainment options—how can we break away to connect with God in deeper ways? In this episode, host Richard Dahlstrom is joined by Professor of Clinical Psychology Dr. Thane Erickson as they discuss Thane's personal experience on a life-changing Ancient Paths trip. Find out more about t…
 
How we can find a path forward in such a time of polarization? Join hosts Richard Dahlstrom and Abby Odio as they interview Pastor, author, and president of Fuller Theological Seminary, Mark Labberton. Mark Labberton was named the fifth president of Fuller Seminary in 2013, after four years as Fuller’s Lloyd John Ogilvie Associate Professor of Prea…
 
In an overwhelmingly transient society, being committed to meaningful relationships and endeavors is perhaps more significant now than ever. But how can we remain committed in healthy and transformative ways? Join host Abby Odio for a special interview with Spirit, Soul, Body co-founders Richard and Donna Dahlstrom—as they discuss their 41 years of…
 
The season of Lent helps us slow down, soften, and grow as we turn toward Christ—but what role does God's creation play in the process? Join host Abby Odio as she interviews author Gayle Boss discussing her beautiful book about Lent titled "Wild Hope." Learn more about Gayle and her work at her website.…
 
How can a follower of Christ see other religions through a Biblical lens? Join host Abby Odio as she interviews Dr. Diana Keuss and dig deeper into her extensive experience, study, and teaching on World Religions. Dr. Keuss is an adjunct professor at Seattle Pacific University where she teaches courses in World Religions and the History of Asian Re…
 
In a time when outrage seems to permeate every corner of our society, how can we have Kingdom-minded conversations that lead to wholeness? Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he interviews Shelton Oakley Hersey and Bev Emerson, both serving as Spiritual Directors at the Nuos Formation. Shelton Oakley Hersey has sought out, participated, and facilitated …
 
Is "the love of money" truly the greatest barrier in our path toward wholeness? Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he interviews author, speaker, and founder of Gospel Patrons John Rinehart. John is the author of two books, Gospel Patrons and Giving Together, he speaks at conferences and events around the world, and is passionate about helping people d…
 
How can we face the darkest seasons of our lives in ways that honor God and His creation? Join hosts Richard Dahlstrom and Abby Odio as they interview author Gayle Boss discussing her fascinating book about Advent titled "All Creation Waits." Learn more about Gayle and her work at her website.Toward Wholeness Podcast
 
What does it look like to live communally and why is it relevant today? Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he interviews teacher, pastor, and author Charles Moore discussing his experiences living in a Bruderhof Community. Charles, with his wife, lives in a Bruderhof Hous Community in Denver, Colorado. A former professor of philosophy, Charles is a tea…
 
What does it mean to be called to a completely new way of living? Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he interviews teacher, pastor, and author Charles Moore about his decision to follow God's calling on his life to live in a Bruderhof Community. Charles, with his wife, lives in a Bruderhof Hous Community in Denver, Colorado. A former professor of philo…
 
What does it look like to build your life and business around second chances, restoration, and reintegration? Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he interviews business owner and non-profit founder Amy King. Amy is the owner and CEO of Pallet, a Seattle based Social Purpose Corporation striving to improve people's lives while also being a successful and…
 
Can grief and lament be a good thing in our lives? Join host Richard Dahlstrom and his guest, Pastor and friend Dave Burns, as they discuss the importance of "grieving well" in the midst of severe loss. Dave is the Director of Adult Ministries at Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center in California. Prior to joining the Mount Hermon team in 2006,…
 
What are young adults looking for in a church? Why are young adults seemingly leaving the church at higher rates than previous generations? Join host Richard Dahlstrom and he discusses these questions with author, professor, and theologian Dr. Jeff Keuss. In addition to being the Professor of Christian Ministry, Theology, and Culture at Seattle Pac…
 
All of us have a calling in life, but it can be difficult, even discouraging, to discover it. Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he discusses the vital subject of "calling" with the AV Preeminent Lawyer and founder of Agros International Chi-Dooh "Skip" Li. Early in his career, Skip was deeply involved in politics, and from 1973 to 1976 served as legal…
 
What does it really mean to grow in Christ? Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he discusses "an evolving faith" with Pastor and Bible professor Rob Whittaker. Rob served as Senior Pastor of Calvary Christian Fellowship, a church he and his wife planted in 1974 in Lostock Hall, a small mill town to the south of Preston. In 1998 Rob joined the Capernwray…
 
Rick Newell is the founder of Mentoring Urban Students and Teens (MUST), a professional mentoring organization dedicated to serving young black males in Seattle, WA. MUST believes that in most cases black youth are best served by positive black role models. MUST hires and professionally trains black male college students to mentor black youth truly…
 
How can we practice civility while holding onto our convictions in such a hostile and divided world? Join hosts Richard Dahlstrom and Abby Odio as they interview Dr. Richard Mouw, Professor of Faith and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary. Dr. Mouw served as school president at Fuller Theological Seminary for twenty years, he earned his Ph.D…
 
Join host Richard Dahlstrom and Biochemist, professor, and author Dr. Ben McFarland as they discuss the ways science can point us to a deeper understanding of God. For more information about Dr. McFarland, subscribe to his YouTube channel where he covers recent topics on science and faith.Toward Wholeness Podcast
 
Questions like "why am I here?" or "what is the purpose of my life?" can be challenging to navigate. Hosts Richard Dahlstrom and Abby Odio interview pastor, wife, mother, and Design Your Life Coach Kendy Easley discussing ways to find the life you were created to live.Toward Wholeness Podcast
 
Jim Wellman, prolific author, and professor at the University of Washington's "Jackson School of International Studies" talks about the surprisingly positive discoveries he made about Megachurches in America, and what those discoveries might mean as we seek to live purposeful lives.Toward Wholeness Podcast
 
While raising children brings great joy to the parents, it can be overwhelming and discouraging—especially during a global pandemic. Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he interviews writer, dietitian, wife, and mom Kelsie Crozier as they discuss the challenges of finding wholeness amidst major disruptions at home. For more about Kelsie, including wonde…
 
"I couldn't see myself until I saw myself in my son." Jonathan Rainey, Washington Huskies and Seattle Seahawks Chaplain, talks about manhood, fatherhood, and discipling men (including me) along his journey as a whole dad. Intro music: Trey Willis - "Fear of God" from his EP - You Are Not Alone. http://www.tr3ywillis.com/…
 
Up until the very recent history of humankind, breaking free from the regular demands of everyday life for a focused experience in the wild was a normal part of being human. Such times are profoundly transformative. Host Richard Dahlstrom discusses with guest John Wayne Seitzler about a new “Ancient Paths” offering that meets this deep need, and ho…
 
Hope, healing, and wholeness: all essential elements to fully live into the life for which we were created. Amidst crisis, however, these characteristics are difficult to find—in our own lives, and in the world around us. In this episode, Richard Dahlstrom and Abby Odio navigate what moving toward wholeness looks like in the middle of this season o…
 
Jason talks why Easter is his favorite holiday and the 4 things every day can download into their children this holiday Season. Intro music: Trey Willis - "Fear of God" from his EP - You Are Not Alone. http://www.tr3ywillis.com/To contact Jason you can find him on Twitter and Instagram @thelowercasejc.…
 
Raising children when you never knew your dad is hard. Claude Atcho knows that reality well. In this episode Jason talks with Pastor Claude Atcho about fatherhood, poop stories, and the power of men stepping into a vacated father role. Intro music: Trey Willis - "Fear of God" from his EP - You Are Not Alone. http://www.tr3ywillis.com/To contact Jas…
 
What happens when two brothers sit down to talk about being fathers? Embarrassing stories, glowing praise, honest conversation, and a desire to continue growing together. In this episode, Jason speaks with NFL Veteran, entrepreneur and his brother, Jared Cook. For more about Jared Cook check out: https://nifty-genius.comIntro music: Trey Willis - "…
 
In this episode, Jason talks through why there is such a great need for another podcast on parenting as well as some of the great dad's that have influenced his life. Intro music: Trey Willis "Fear of God" http://www.tr3ywillis.com/Jason Cook
 
Long-time spiritual mentor and advocate for men's spirituality John Brand sits down with Marc to discuss what he learned in the African jungle, the principles he lives by, and the gifts he brings to men's spirituality.Marc Thomas Shaw
 
Former Naval officer and long-time Centering Prayer practitioner Steve Allman sits down with Marc to discuss learning to accept the journey into the unknown, the search for meaning, and a method he learned for dealing with anxiety.Marc Thomas Shaw
 
In this episode, Marc reads the 23rd Psalm through a contemplative lens, indicating how this spiritual practice can allow us to see familiar things, including time-worn spiritual texts, in a new light.Marc Thomas Shaw
 
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