Doug talks about discerning God’s will. He looks at old forms and new forms of legalism, living according to the Spirit versus according to the flesh and how to practically discern God’s leading. A great show for people looking for practical discernment.
At the Edge of My Joy by Doug BurschAt the edge of my joy stands my sorrow waiting for the laughter to wane quiet in the shadows at the edge of light and fellowship. I turn my back to sorrow, but it encircles every room. I place myself in the center of the movement but it will be quiet soon. Soon it will be quiet and the room will empty and I will look down and in, avoiding the distant gaze the gaze that takes me beyond the circle of light into the shadows, into my sorrow.
Doug shares a special unfiltered interview of his guest appearance on the Fuel For Life Podcast, hosted by Bogdan Kipko. During the podcast, Doug talks about ministry and accountability, dealing with conflict, celebrity Christian culture, consumerism, the problem with options, the purpose of the church, spirituality versus sensuality, dealing with hurt in the church, spectating versus doing, validation through popularity, how to judge success and many other topics of ministry.
@SarahTaras just wanted you to know I have appreciated our interactions and respect your calling. All the best to you and your family as you follow God’s leading for your life. Thank you for your friendship.
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