This week on the podcast, Shawn McEvoy interviews popular author and pastor Max Lucado about his upcoming book "Anxious for Nothing" and the editors discuss anxiety in our culture today. They also debate "radical" versus "ordinary" based on two popular Christian books that have made waves in recent years-- which one is better? Which should we be pursuing? Is it possible that there's a better middle ground? Join us on Facebook to leave your comments!
Things mentioned in our conversation:
- Max Lucado
- Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World (release date September 12, 2017)
- David Platt’s book Radical
- Michael Horton’s book Ordinary
- “The Ordinary Christian Life” blog post by Michael Horton
Check this out:
Shawn: “I Love Beer and Jesus” blog post by Jeff Hays
Rachel: “Books by Christian Authors of Color” by Diedra Riggs
Steve: The Crown on Netflix
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