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The Anthem of the Adventurer
42 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
S4E2- Fatherhood Faceplants with Troy Mangum
S4E2: Fatherhood Faceplants with Troy MangumTroy Mangum is an author (Fatherhood Faceplants), speaker, podcaster (The Kindling Fire) and men’s advocate. Creator of Hocoka Men,- (an initiation experience for young men). He is also a Lumbee Indian tribal member. Troy lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with wife Kathy. He has two sons, two daughters and one son-in-law.A former YWAM missionary, hardcore punk singer, substance abuse counselor, busker, long boarder, exotic fruit farmer, vert skater, singer-songwriter, software engineering manager, traveling hitchhiker and seminary dropout. Troys's challenge:Go to your kids and say, "hey, as your dad, is there anything that I need to make right with you? Something that I've done that I just am not aware of. Maybe something I said, the way that I looked, or anything at all, because I want to make sure I can make it right." And just go on that adventure with your kids. “The Lord helped me understand that the path for me was learning how to be a family man, how to be adad, and how to be a good husband. Had God said yes to me in years prior... my marriage would have blown up, and I would have blown up." - Troy MangumToday on the show:FatherhoodListening to God's invitation into adventureGo slow and steady so your kids have a place to come home toGod provides increase without regret. He grows us in trainingDon't get so impressed with yourself Mentioned resources:Fatherhood Faceplants bookHocoka Men Connect with Troy:WebsiteInstagram Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! To incorporate some more adventure into your life, check out The Adventure Challenge and use the promo code DAN10 to get 10% off your first order!
51 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
S4E1 Challenge is What Men Need with Robert Owens
S4E1 Challenge is What Men Need with Robert OwensRobert Hamilton Owens is a man of many hats. He’s been and done a lot – mountain climbing, radio and TV personality, keynote speaker, minister, Ironman, philanthropist, triathlete, Special Ops Pararescueman, and father of five – to name a few. But of all the pursuits he’s undertaken, there’s one title that best describes this literal force of nature: Robert is The Fittest and Mentally Toughest 66-Year-Old in the World. Period. “My goal is to be the longest active Ironman in the world,” Owens says. The 140.6-mile Ironman (2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and 26.3-mile run, all done without a break) is among the shorter competitions Robert’s put himself through. At age 65 he embarked on the 238 mile “300 of Sparta Endurance Race,” an eight-day endurance race in Greece to help raise over $315,000 for the families of fallen Navy SEAL contractors who died at Benghazi. A mere four days before his 66th birthday, Robert took on the SEALFIT’s Kokoro 50-Hour Challenge, originally created to train Special Operations Candidates. He was the oldest of the group by 25 years to finish, and at the same time became the oldest to ever complete the challenge, for which he was awarded the “Most Advanced Age Ever Award” by SEALFIT. And then without any training, he took on the Ironman Mexico – his 12th Ironman. And in January, 2018, Robert took on and completed "The World Marathon Challenge – 7 Marathons 7 Continents 7 Days.” Today on the show, we'll hear from Robert about his adventures throughout life, and some direct challenges to us as men that will change how you think about the way you live (no hyperbole here). This week's adventure challenge:Grab a couple of buddies and listen to this episode together. No one leaves the room until you all write down three takeaways from the episode. “The Lord needed to put me in Pharoah's army to grow me up because the church couldn't. The church couldn't deal with a young guy like me because they were soft on me." - Robert Owens Today on the Anthem of the Adventurer Podcast:Staying in the game every dayThe biggest adventure is following God's Will. Mentioned Resources:SEALfit Connect with Robert Owens:Rob's websiteFacebook Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! To incorporate some more adventure into your life, check out The Adventure Challenge and use the promo code DAN10 to get 10% off your first order!
46 minutes | May 24, 2021
S3E10: Living an adventurous life with Nick Devlin
S3E9: S3E10: Living an adventurous life with Nick DevlinNick Devlin a transformational life coach, entrepreneur, father and former US Army Ranger. His mission is to empower you to live your life as an adventure - with peace, passion and intention. He does this by helping you embrace uncertainty and envision the life you want to live (your adventure). He guides you through first steps and hold you accountable for taking action. In addition to coaching sessions by phone and in person, he takes you out in the wilderness for "adventure coaching sessions" to get you out of your head and into your heart. He listens, reflects, and supports you to grow. He celebrates your successes and push you to be brave, go farther, and does it together.Throughout this bold and adventurous life, he has won and lost. He has played with the fear of the deep unknown. He has tasted the sweet victory resulting from dedicated effort and hard work. He has felt the pain of trying to control things beyond my control. As a recovering “control addict” and former corporate employee (asleep at the wheel of my life), he has felt the struggle of living disconnectedly – void of true purpose – a vassal to the grind and societal expectations. He's been stuck in the preservation zone, playing safe and playing small. He got unstuck when a life coach, and friend, asked me one pivotal question. It was the question that cut deep and shook me to the core. It shook me awake - wide awake. He grabbed the wheel, and redirected my course towards passion and purpose. He chose to live with intention and explore the possibilities of my most adventurous life. With critical guidance from my coach – he now lives his adventure. It's his turn to help you live yours! Nick's challenge:Face a fear that you have, ideally a social fear. Something that's challenging you to get out of your comfort zone to have an important conversation to clear the air, maybe apologize for something, or ask for help. So often we're used to staying safe and in our comfort zone. So let's get out of that this week! Life is full of moments of pain and struggle. And there's lots of moments of triumph, of connection and goodness and wholeness. Lots of moments of love. Today on the show:Living fully inspired every dayWhat does a life full of adventure look like and feel like? Mentioned Resources:Life Coaching with Nick Connect with Nick:WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedIn Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! To incorporate some more adventure into your life, check out The Adventure Challenge and use the promo code DAN10 to get 10% off your first order!
55 minutes | May 14, 2021
S3E9: Wired to Hear - Hearing God’s Voice in the Marketplace with Shawn Bolz and Bob Hasson
Shawn Bolz is a TV host, author, producer and a Christian minister known for leading conversations about the church, the entertainment industry, and social justice that have helped believers connect their faith to culture in a transformative way. His deeply connected yet humorous style of speaking and coaching combined with his unique perspective has taken him around the world to meet with churches, CEO's, entertainers, and world leaders. Shawn is the author of numerous bestselling books, including Translating God, Keys to Heaven's Economy,Breakthrough: Prophecies, Prayers & Declarations, and Through the Eyes of Love. He currently hosts Exploring the Industry on CBN News, the Translating God and Discovering God series’ on TBN, and the Exploring Series Podcast on Charisma Podcast Network, which has 3.5 million downloads. Shawn is the founding pastor of Expression58, a family-focused church in Los Angeles, where he lives on an urban farm with his wife, Cherie, their two daughters, dogs, cat and chickens.Bob Hasson is a businessman and leadership consultant. His greatest passion is strengthening leaders and their organizations, with specific focus on developing sound organizational structure, fiscal responsibility, and dynamic relationships on leadership teams. He is both the Founder and CEO of R.M Hasson Painting Contractors, Inc. For over 30 years, he has been active as a consultant and board member for churches, ministries, nonprofits, and school boards. Since 2012, he has traveled around the world with Danny Silk as a speaker and consultant for Loving on Purpose. He has been married for 30 years to his wife, Lauren, and they have four children. Today on the show, we'll hear from Bob Hasson and Shawn Bolz about how we're all wired to hear God's voice in different ways, and how listening and responding can have profound effects on our lives and how we operate in the world. This week's adventure challenges from Bob and Shawn are:We all have something we're dealing with and need God's guidance on. Do a two week experiment. Put the issue before the Lord. Many times we go into our prayer closet with a list and we just go through what we need to pray. Instead of just taking 5 minutes to listen to answers to these massive problems, what Bob is proposing is that we take two weeks and be aware of all the different ways the Lord speaks. Prophecy, wisdom, mentors, through friends who are going through unrelated things. This will put us on the road to seeing God in a new way. Shawn's challenge is a companion to Bob's. The Bible over and over repeats how God is love. Take time this week to do an exercise and look at 1 Corinthians 13 and wherever the word "love" appears insert "God" when reading it. Then, insert your own name in the passage and ask yourself how you're doing on all the aspects of love, patience, kindness, not envying, not boasting, not being proud, etc. When we look at the Scriptures, we find what God is like, and we do our best to emulate Him. So we need to look at what does love look like practically, every day, tangibly. “You have been given powerful tools to make a difference in your life and the lives of those around you. It is time to gaina hope-filled view of the ways in which you already hear from God about your life and the work of your hands, andexplore the things He is saying to you, for the sake of the world.” Today on the show:Bob challenges us to take a new perspective in our prayer timeShawn challenges us to emulate love in our careers and places of influenceMarketplace leaders will be on the front lines of the next move of GodWe discuss their new book, Wired to Hear and how it’s a manual to walking out what God speaks and solving difficult problemsGoing after risk and adventure while being connected to GodThere is a process to growing in heating God’s voice Quotes from their book:On Hearing“God is dreaming over and guiding humanity all the time, but He also does more than speak to us; He gives us His nature, mind, and heart.” (p. 4) “The goal of hearing God in our everyday lives is not to evangelize every moment but to walk with God in connection. As we do, we begin to see God’s grace and influence in everything. This, in turn, creates a demonstration of His love to the world around us.” (p. 5) “When we learn to see our wins in life, our greatest successes, through spiritual eyes, we can reverse engineer how we got there. What made you follow that path? What prompted you to have that thought? There, in the midst of gut decisions and seemingly random ideas, is God’s voice.” (p. 9) On Work“We believe that we are on the precipice of a transformation within the marketplace and the church. The age that we live in with the technology that we have and the ability to get information at the touch of a finger is an invitation to blend marketplace leadership within the church.” (p. 19) “When we build our teams or pursue our careers, we need the humility to build with people who are smarter than us so that we can rely on their wisdom and knowledge for the common good of the project, the organization, the role, or the service that we’re providing. God loves a humble heart; it is the currency of hearing His voice and understanding the work He has called you to do.” (p. 23) “By pursuing your career in the marketplace, you are furthering God’s purpose to restore all things, to love the entire world, and to bring humanity into relationship with Him.” (p. 25) On Influence“This is not a church-centric move of God. He is not only speaking to cultural leaders in every area of life. He is speaking to each one of us about our call to serve and love within the marketplace. He is placing us in positions of influence— whether influence over an entire organization or industry or influence with a single co-worker—so that we can bring life and light to those around us. He is giving us influence so that we can serve the world.” (p. 28) “You were not put in your job or in a place of influence simply to invite someone to church or preach the gospel on your lunch break. You were called to your position, whatever it may be, to serve and demonstrate God’s love to those around you in very practical ways.” (p. 32)“The work you are doing right now is an important part of your life and your role in the world. It may not be your favorite job, your most desired job, or even your dream job, but you are there right now for a reason, and God has a plan for you. He wants to partner with you in every season in whatever position of authority or influence you may have.” (p. 42-43) On Process“Our process will always look different from the average person because our motivation is different. As Christians, we have a clearly defined biblical parameter in which we build our goals, a parameter that connects everything we do to our relationship with God.” (p. 50) “There is no defined five-step process to success with God. Instead, our lives become a trust fall. As we trust Him and hear His voice, we slowly learn to walk the path He has laid out for us.” (p. 52) “Making plans with God is building strategies that are bathed in prayer. It is getting our house in order so that we can be a blessing to those around us and pass down a spiritual, financial, and emotional inheritance. That is the process and the journey that we are on with God.” (p. 56) On Intuition“God never took away the benefit of being made in His image, regardless of our belief systems or even our lifestyles. As a matter of fact, God gave humanity His nature as a free gift and it works with or without a born-again experience. His nature, however, is perfected in us and brought into wholeness and everlasting fruit when it’s chosen through a relationship with Jesus.” (p. 64) “God has wired us all with this extraordinary revelation infrastructure that includes intuition, instinct, hearing God, and discernment. The more we listen to Him in these ways, the easier it is to hear and the better the decisions we will make in every part of our lives. The more we push our instinct and intuition away, the harder it is to hear, and the quality of our decisions reflects this.” (p. 77) On Wisdom“It is through God’s wisdom, and a Kingdom mindset of love and servitude, that we are able to radically transform our industries and fulfill our marketplace callings.” (p. 80) “In the marketplace, when you learn to think like God, you prosper. You are not limited to your human talents, your societal position, your education, your own awareness; you have God leading you for His purpose and He can take you beyond what you hope for or imagine.” (p. 89) “As a Christian in the marketplace, your calling is like that of Joseph, Daniel, Esther, and Paul—to shine from the highest lamp stand you can stand on so that people can see what Jesus looks like through your life. Your calling is to bring transformation to the culture around you.” (p. 92) On Agenda“Having a pure heart is to live without a hidden agenda. One of the beautiful things about God is that He discloses the mysteries of the Kingdom to the poor in spirit, the meek, and those who have nothing. There’s nothing hidden in God.” (p. 97) “Apart from remaining pure of heart and honest, one way to avoid hidden agendas, or really any agenda that violates the purposes of God, is to remind ourselves of this one thing: we don’t have to turn the workplace into church. That would be a mistake. Instead, we must learn to demonstrate the nature of God to those around us by purposing to fulfill the task He has given us.” (p. 102) On Transforming“When we choose to live out our Kingdom values and partner with God, transformation touches everything we do. Even those who are completely unfamiliar with God and His ways can recognize the power of transformation on our lives.” (p. 110)“Our lives should be so transformed that we create an environment that people want to be part of. That transformation will then leak out into our jobs, our passions, and our relationships. If this is not our current reality, then how do we get to the point where people want to be in our environment in both work and life? Start with feedback. If we’re not creating culture or bringing transformation, it might be because our own transformation hasn’t happened yet.” (p. 116-117) On Perspective“Perspective is the main factor in determining how an event resonates with you, how you feel about a situation, and how you will remember what happened. It is your ability to process the world around you and what is happening in your inside world with God.” (p. 119) “Perspective takes faith. It requires knowing that God chose you and gave you an idea, dream, or calling. It also takes knowledge, understanding, and wisdom—both from God and in the natural—to keep you moving forward and making progress on the thing He has called you to.” (p. 131) On Armor“Having the armor of God and a sword of the Spirit as your protecting devices is not just cute sentimentality; it is actually a way of life. Setting up a prayer schedule and planning it just like you plan the most important meetings in your week are things that will help you thrive internally, no matter what good or hard thing is happening externally.” (p. 136) “Every piece of our dynamic weaponry is meant to be used through relationship with God. As we learn to implement this weaponry in our daily lives and in our careers, we actually reflect God to those around us. We look more like Jesus.” (p. 146) On Prosperity“For every vision there is a provision. Resources, prosperity, and money are not the destiny of God’s people, although they are part of our benefit. When we start to see what God has in store for those who love Him, it is not wealth or resources; it is walking in full connection with Him, ourselves, and the world around us.” (p. 148) “God’s ultimate goal is always spiritual provision that brings transformation. When God brings a material, relational, business, or other type of blessing, He always has a spiritual reason behind it.” (p. 159) On Risk“The greatest opportunities come to those who stay open to obedience in places that their own skill, talent, or network can’t bring them. Faith is when you aren’t a self-made man or woman, and you don’t limit yourself to your own ability, but you trust that God has more for you than you can perform. Faith is risk.” (p. 165-166) “It’s time to take the risk that is in front of you. Do the feasibility, seek advisers, but learn to take the risk even when it’s unpopular. Don’t do it for the benefit of your career or finances as your primary motivator, but do it with and for God.” (p. 171) Mentioned Resources:Wired to HearConnect with Bob and Shawn:Shawn's WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitter Bob's WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTube Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! To incorporate some more adventure into your life, check out The Adventure Challenge and use the promo code DAN10 to get 10% off your first order!
47 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
S3E8: Vehicles Equipped for Anything with Greg Finke of the Adventure Dadwagon
Adventure Dadwagon was established by Greg Finke shortly after he learned his son was missing out on so many life experiences that electronics can't teach. With the addition of his Subaru Outback, he began going back to the basics and going on trips, camping, fishing, hiking, and just making lots of memories. Today on the show, we'll hear from Greg Finke who started taking his family on adventures in his trusty Subaru and has created an amazing community around that vehicle, inspiring others to take their families into the great outdoors with cars that can get them anywhere they want to go! Today on the Anthem of the Adventurer Podcast:The origin of the Adventure Dad WagonSubaru mods for adventureCar camping with kids and family This week's adventure challenge:If you have kids, have one day a week (or every two weeks at least) to have no tablets or screens and do something outdoors to create some memories. “The trips we take are all about making memories for the kids and facilitating that." - Greg Finke Mentioned Resources:LP AventureKC Hilites Connect with Greg Finke:Adventure Dadwagon websiteAdventure Dadwagon on InstagramAdventure Dadwagon on FacebookAdventure Dadwagon on Twitter Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! To incorporate some more adventure into your life, check out The Adventure Challenge and use the promo code DAN10 to get 10% off your first order!
52 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
S3E7 The Freedom Fight, winning against p*** with Ted Shimer
S3E7 The Freedom Fight, winning against p*** with Ted ShimerTed Shimer has mentored men since 1991 with the collegiate ministry Student Mobilization. He received his MABS from Dallas Seminary and was trained as a Pastoral Sex Addiction Professional-Supervisor. His discipleship background, theological instruction and world class clinical training gives Ted a unique and grounded approach to porn addiction recovery that is biblically based, scientifically sound, gospel centered and effective. Today on the show, we'll hear from Ted Shimer, the founder of the Freedom Fight, an online porn addiction recovery program. We go deep on this tough topic, so if you've got young ears in the area, make sure you've got headphones on! Today on the Anthem of the Adventurer Podcast:Deep dive into the addicted mindThe B.R.A.C.E. method6 reasons men become addicted This week's adventure challenge:She also challenges us to get completely down on the ground and get up 5 times in a different way. And do it outside! Do this each day for a week and let us know how it goes! “God wants to give you the freedom to run the race He's given us to run." - Ted Shimer Today on the Anthem of the Adventurer Podcast: Mentioned Resources:The Freedom Fight websiteThe Freedom Fight book Connect with Ted Shimer:● The Freedom Fight on Facebook Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! To incorporate some more adventure into your life, check out The Adventure Challenge and use the promo code DAN10 to get 10% off your first order!
40 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
S3E6: Taekwondo and perseverance with Melissa Templeton
Melissa Templeton is the lead instructor at the Heritage Black Belt Academy (where Dan and his son practice!). She's a mom of two amazingly confident young women, and shares how her adventures in martial arts have helped her build confidence and to persevere through life. She's a very adventurous soul (especially when she's on her motorcycle) and an awesome person!Today on the show, we'll hear from Melissa about how taekwondo helps build confidence and perseverance for life!This week's adventure challenge:Melissa's challenges is to get completely down on the ground and get up 5 times in a different way. And do it outside! Do this each day for a week and let us know how it goes! “We're not learning how to hurt people. We're building really good people with really strong character and just using martial arts to do it." - Melissa TempletonToday on the Anthem of the Adventurer Podcast:It's OK to mess up and for things to be hardStarting adventurous things when you don't feel adequate and persevering when you want to quitRaising a family to embrace challenges and adventureChoosing adventure when we view things as hardships in our families, marriages, and careersSelf Defense stories and martial arts.Misconceptions about martial arts Mentioned Resources:● Heritage Black Belt Academy Connect with Melissa Templeton:● Heritage Black Belt Academy on Facebook
45 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
S3E5 - Preparing for the Appalachian Trail with Jocelyn Smith
S3E5 Preparing for the Appalachian Trail with Jocelyn SmithJocelyn Smith is adventurous soul from Vermont, who recently left her job as a bar manager to pursue her passion to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail (and hopefully teach the art of pole dancing while she's out there to other hikers!).Today on the show, we'll hear from Jocelyn as she prepares her mind and body for a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail!“My parents always supported me in pushing myself.” - Jocelyn Smith Today on the Anthem of the Adventurer Podcast:Transitioning to a big adventureMindset for thru-hikingThe big "why" for doing an epic adventureCamping and backpacking gear for through hikingDetail is important, but don’t give away the entire episode. Mentioned Resources:The TrekREIGear list: https://thetrek.co/author/jocelyn-smith/gear-list/ Connect with Jocelyn:Jocelyn Smith on InstagramJocelyn Smith on FacebookJocelyn's blog on The Trek Thanks for tuning in!Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rate and review to help us reach even more adventurous souls. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or hang out with us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the adventures we're having! Want some more adventure in your life? Check out The Adventure Challenge for some great ideas!
40 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
S3E4: Prayer and prophecy with Jeff McClintic
This week, we're talking with my good buddy Jeff McClintic! Jeff is part of the leadership of 420 Ministries in Indianapolis, Indiana and is an adventurous soul. On the show today we talk about how we adventure with God, the power of prayer, hearing prophetic words, and so much more. You'll be hearing much more from Jeff in the months ahead, as we've partnered up to take this message to the next level!About 420 Ministries: https://www.420ministries.net/Ready for more adventure in your life? Check out these resources to help you on your way:The Adventure Challenge:https://www.theadventurechallenge.com/collections/products?aff=58SEAL Team Leaders:www.sealteamleaders.com
50 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
S3E3: Land Rovers and Adversity with Oliver Smith
To find out more about the great trucks that Twisted Automotive builds, check them out here:https://www.twistedautomotive.comIf you want to spend a great afternoon watching what Land Rovers are all about, check out this video on the Camel Trophy: Want to get into some casual adventures with your friends and family? Check out the Adventure Challenge books!https://www.theadventurechallenge.com/collections/products?aff=58If you're ready for a bigger adventure with your team and learn from one of the best leadership teachers in the world, check out SEAL Team leaders here:http://sealteamleaders.com/
57 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
S3E2: Chaos Can't! Embracing your creativity with Allen Arnold
About Allen:Allen Arnold is an author, (The Story of With and Chaos Can’t) speaker, and Executive Producer of Content for Wild at Heart. His passion is awakening people’s hearts to pursue their dreams and creativity with God. As a former Fiction Publisher, Allen oversaw the launch of more than 500 novels. Now he helps people live a better story. He loves blue oceans, black coffee, hot salsa, and big ideas.About our topicsLinks to Allen's work:https://www.withallen.com/https://wildatheart.org/
48 minutes | May 22, 2020
S3E1: Becoming a King with Morgan Snyder
In this episode, I get to share some excellent time on the excavation of a man's soul with Morgan Snyder. We talk about devoting ourselves to the hard, deep work of recovering our hearts and becoming the kind of men that God is happy to entrust with his kingdom. This was one of my favorite interviews of all time, and I think you'll agree and really enjoy it. Join the few who will implement what Morgan has to say, and you will find life and find it to the full.Check out Morgan's blog here: https://www.becomegoodsoil.com/Pre-order his book here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0785231854/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0785231854&linkCode=as2&tag=wwwbecomegood-20&linkId=0cf58c27745e923326a345fa1ba4979e Morgan Snyder is a grateful husband of over 20 years and a proud father of a wildly creative and witty daughter and a joyful and passionate son. He serves as a strategist, entrepreneur, teacher, writer, and speaker. His passion is to both be shaped by and shape the men and women who are shaping the kingdom of God. In 2010, he established BecomeGoodSoil, a fellowship of leaders whose global reach offers guidance for the narrow road of becoming the kind of person to whom God can confidently entrust the care of his kingdom. Morgan serves on the executive leadership team at Wild at Heart and Ransomed Heart Ministries and has contended for the wholeheartedness of men and women alongside John and Stasi Eldredge for more than two decades. He has led over a decade of Become Good Soil Intensives and sold out Wild at Heart men’s events across the United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, and Australia. Morgan goes off the grid every chance he gets, whether bowhunting in the Colorado wilderness or choosing the adventurous life with his greatest treasures: his wife, Cherie; his son, Joshua; and his daughter, Abigail. Author of Becoming A King
9 minutes | May 19, 2020
Season 3 Teaser - Podcast update
Welcome to Season 3 of the podcast, which will be a bit.... unconventional, as you'll come to hear in this episode. But hey, that's what living an adventurous life is all about! Being a bit unconventional, following where God leads, and taking the path less traveled. Let's journey together!
37 minutes | May 2, 2020
COVID-19 Special: Perspective on hard times from my Grandma!
This week, we have a super special guest... my Grandma! She talks about her experiences as a young girl going through the Great Depression, and a young woman in World War II. It's a great dose of perspective for these trying times. Enjoy!Here are the resources mentioned at the beginning of the episode:https://www.ransomedheart.com/https://www.ransomedheart.com/allies/searchhttps://www.andsonsmagazine.com/https://www.sealteamleaders.com/
31 minutes | Nov 22, 2019
S2 E8: Season Two Wrap up and After Action Review w/ Dan
Dan gives his after action review of how Season Two went from his perspective, and what's coming next. Share your takeaways in the comments, on Facebook, or Instagram!
45 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
S2 E7: A life full of adventure w/ Alastair Humphreys
Today, we talk about how to live a life full of adventure, especially as a husband and father of young kids. Our guest today is living this out, and we talk about the ups, downs, and messiness of living this kind of life everyday. You'll learn some practical approaches to incorporate into your daily practice that will help you fight for the adventure in your life!Alastair Humphreys is a British Adventurer, Author and Blogger. He spent over 4 years cycling round the world, a journey of 46,000 miles through 60 countries and 5 continents.More recently Alastair has walked across southern India, rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, run six marathons through the Sahara desert, completed a crossing of Iceland, busked through Spain and participated in an expedition in the Arctic, close to the magnetic North Pole. He has trekked 1000 miles across the Empty Quarter desert and 120 miles round the M25 – one of his pioneering microadventures. He was named as one of National Geographic’s Adventurers of the year for 2012.Alastair has written 11 books. Here's a link to his book "My Midsummer Morning" which we discussed in the interview: https://www.amazon.com/My-Midsummer-Morning-Rediscovering-Adventure/dp/0008331820Alastair is a patron of these charities:Youth Adventure TrustHope and Homes for ChildrenOutdoor Swimming SocietyYorkshire Dales SocietyYorkshire Dales Millennium TrustWebsite: www.alastairhumphreys.comTwitter and Instagram: @al_humphreys Full Bio:Click here. Photo credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/alastairhumphreys/26486442982
56 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
S2 E6: Big dreams and adventures w/ Mitch Matthews
Mitch Matthews is a keynote speaker, a success coach and a best-selling author. His podcast called “DREAM. THINK. DO.” is in the top 5% on Apple Podcasts.Mitch has worked with leaders and teams from organizations like NASA, Disney, Booking.com and the Principal Financial Group. Plus, Mitch speaks on college campuses around the country.Most importantly, Mitch lives in Des Moines, Iowa with his wife Melissa and they are very proud of their two sons. Where to find Mitch and his awesomeness:Website: MitchMatthews.comPodcast: DreamThinkDo.comMost recent book: DreamJobRedefined.comTwitter: @mitchmatthewsInstagram: @mitch.matthewsFacebook: @mitchmatthews.104 If you want to find out more about the SEAL Team Leaders Boot Camp, mentioned at the top of the show, check it out here: sealteamleaders.com/bootcamp . I can't wait to see you there!
46 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
S2 E5: Tourism for Peace and Stewardship w/ Shannon Stowell
Today we have Shannon Stowell, who is the CEO of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), talking to us about the amazing impact that adventure can have on our lives, as well as those we adventure with. Want to learn about amazing experiences that are available, no matter your budget? Or get motivated for travelling differently, in a way that promotes peace and stewardship? Shannon's your guy, and the ATTA are your people! Here's where to find Shannon and his great work:https://www.adventuretravel.biz/leadership/https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonstowell/
72 minutes | Oct 24, 2019
S2 E4: An adventurous mom's life w/ Emily McCarthy
Today we get to talk with the wonderful Emily McCarthy, head of all things women at GORUCK! She's got some amazing stories of her adventures in the foreign service, at GORUCK, and of course as a wife and mother. You're going to love her perspective!Check out one of my favorite stories about Emily's adventures here:https://blog.goruck.com/news/027-the-goruck-show-rucking-colombia/
56 minutes | Oct 17, 2019
S2 E3: Serving veterans through adventure - with Brad McLeod
Today we talk with Brad McLeod, a retired Navy SEAL from SEAL Team 4, who runs SEAL Grinder PT! The big theme of Brad's life is how perseverance has developed his character, and brought hope to his life for a better future. You'll love hearing his stories and get inspired to go do some hard things (probably out in the woods on a bike!).Here's where to find all the awesomeness Brad McLeod is up to in the world:sealgrinderpt.com/If you want to read his awesome after action report from this year's TNGA race, here it is: https://sealgrinderpt.com/blog/navy-seal-workout/tnga-2019-confessions-from-a-backwoods-florida-rider.html/
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