March 18, 2019
This week on the indoubt Podcast Alison Stevens, Clinical Director of Wagner Hills Farm Society, joins us. Alison brings a perspective to the discussion of mental health, understanding that it's about the whole person in healing.
Ryan McCurdy is the host of indoubt. Through engaging thoughtful theological discussion with leaders around the world, indoubt's mission is to help those living in today's culture, solidify their beliefs and views on life, faith, and culture through a biblical perspective.

Ep. 165: Exploring the World – Sikhism

Mar 11, 2019|

The focus here is all about Sikhism - what is it? how do you talk to someone who is Sikh? how do you pray for them? do they even want you to pray for them?

Ep. 164: When Worship Isn’t Working

Mar 4, 2019|

If our hearts aren't in the right place, the act of worship can turn into just another feel-good experience. We talk to Andrew Marcus this week about how to get out of the search for the 'experience' and correct your heart to be in the posture to let go and worship.

Ep. 163: Top 10 Questions with Chris Price

Feb 25, 2019|

Question: Where do you go to when you want answers? This week, Ryan asks Chris ten quick questions, ranging from how to navigate the complexities in our friendships and dating relationships, to how we need to slow down, unplug, and stop expecting the Bible to be a quick fix.

Ep. 162: the Human Project with Andy Steiger

Feb 18, 2019|

In this episode, Ryan talks to Andy Steiger and they focus on identity, asking: Who am I? You’ll hear about how your view of God is the most important view that you have – the biggest test of humanity – which changes how you view yourself and other people.

Ep. 161: Jordan St. Cyr

Feb 11, 2019|

Canadian musician, Jordan St. Cyr, joins the indoubt Podcast as this week's guest. You’ll find out what Jordan’s all about and how he strives to always be a better musician, husband and father.

Ep. 160: Sexuality. Identity. Hospitality. Food. | Pt. 2

Feb 4, 2019|

When’s the last time you shared a meal with your family? Joining the indoubt Podcast this week is the author of ‘The Gospel Comes with a House Key,’ Rosaria Butterfield. In part two of the conversation, we break down the walls and check our hearts to understand the basic desire of belonging.

Ep. 159: Sexuality. Identity. Hospitality. Food. | Pt. 1

Jan 28, 2019|

When someone asks you who you are, how do you answer? Joining the indoubt Podcast this week is the author of ‘The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert,’ Rosaria Butterfield. You’ll hear about her life-changing story, the power of an invitation, and ways to overcome your own struggle of identity.

Ep. 158: Make Your Faith Stand Out

Jan 21, 2019|

“What if Christians became known not for how LIKE the world they have become, but for how UNLIKE the world they have become through love and good deeds?" That’s only one of the sentences from Scott Sauls’ newest book, 'Irresistible Faith,' but it’s the core of it altogether, and Scott joins this week to give some insight on how we can stand out in our faith.

Episode 157: Is Assisted Suicide Okay? Stephanie Gray Pt. 2

Jan 14, 2019|

In a culture that is hyper-focused on control and independence, the argument today is that people want to ‘die with dignity,’ rather than admit to and accept the help to continue living. In this week’s episode, we are joined by Stephanie Gray to continue to conversation on life. and take a look at end-of-life and the issue of medically assisted suicide.

Episode 156: (Pro-)Life Is Beautiful | Stephanie Gray Pt. 1

Jan 7, 2019|

In this week’s episode, indoubt talks with Stephanie Gray about abortion and Ryan asks the questions that surround the issue. Ryan and Stephanie get to the heart of the external and internal factors that play a huge part in a decision to abort, and she gives some advice on how you can help someone that you know who is considering abortion.

Episode 155: Barry Slauenwhite – Money, Mission & Compassion

Dec 31, 2018|

In this week’s episode, indoubt speaks with Barry Slauenwhite, and he and Ryan discuss his new book, Strategic Compassion. Many of us often think that money is the solution to ‘fix’ poverty, but Ryan and Barry take a look at the holistic approach that Compassion Canada focuses on. The call of this episode in particular is to have you really stop and think and be strategic in your own personal fight against poverty.