Listen to Isaac Dagneau engaging thoughtful theological discussion with leaders around the world on life, faith, and culture.
So many things in culture compete for our attention, each demanding something from us – our money, our time, etc. So, how do we know what to focus on?
Self-control isn’t very popular these days. Every day, all day – buy this, eat that; do whatever you want. But, shouldn’t it be different for Christians?
Anxiety, grief, depression, & suicide are all things that we have, or will, come up against, & in this week’s episode of indoubt, we touch on those topics.
When you come face to face with difficulty, what do you believe, and who do you believe in? Does something need to change when you think of God & suffering?
Rebekah Lyons joins us and shares her story of overcoming anxiety & discusses the limitations we often place on ourselves based on who culture says we are.
How often do we think of singleness as a gift & a calling, not the opposite? Jon Tyson joins us to discuss the stigma around singleness in today’s culture.
On this week’s episode, all 3 hosts take a look back through the year and review some noteworthy events that took place in 2019 from a biblical perspective.
So often, we anticipate stress during the holidays because that what we’ve learned to expect. But should we really be experiencing Christmas this way?
When you read the Christmas story in your Bible, what do you read? Ross Breitkreuz joins us to discuss the entire Christmas story, starting with Adam & Eve.
“It takes a village to raise a child.” It’s a saying we’ve heard countless times, but do we know what that means? Are we part of the village?
Tony Reinke joins us on this episode of indoubt to examine the pros and cons of our phones, and ultimately acknowledge that technology isn’t all bad.