Cultural Catalysts with John Eldredge || Healing the Masculine Soul
Kris Vallotton's Podcast
In this week's episode of Cultural Catalysts, Kris Vallotton sits down for a conversation with John Eldredge, a New York Times bestselling author, counselor and teacher, to talk about toxic masculinity and what it takes to heal the masculine soul personally and in culture. In their conversation, they discuss the restoration of the masculine identity in Christ, the importance of validation and how masculinity is bestowed through a rite of passage.Connect with John Eldredge: Website: https://wildatheart.org/Connect with Kris Vallotton: Website: https://www.krisvallotton.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kvministries/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kvministries/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kvministries Additional Resources by Kris Vallotton: https://shop.bethel.com/collections/kris-vallottonAbout Kris Vallotton: Kris Vallotton is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church, Redding, and is the Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM). He is also the Founder and President of Moral Revolution and a sought-after international conference speaker. Kris and his wife, Kathy, have trained, developed, and pastored prophetic teams and supernatural schools all over the world.
Recorded this summer while Sissy was away at Hopetown, David interviews author John Eldredge about his most recent book, Resilient, and why strengthening our souls for the days ahead is as equally important as recovering from past trauma.LinksResilient: Restoring Your Weary Soul in These Turbulent TimesWild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man's SoulLearn more about John Eldredge’s work at WildatHeart.org. A special thank you to our partners of this week's episode:Download Abide Sleep and Pray Meditation today and text my promo code RBG to 22433 today to get 25% off!Explorer Bible for Kids - Learn more at explorerbibleforkids.com. Buy your copy today from Lifeway.com and get 50% off using code RBG.The Chosen Season 3 begins in theaters November 18! For more information, visit TheChosenTickets.com.
Resilient Spirit: A Conversation with John Eldredge
The Allender Center Podcast
We’re joined again by author John Eldredge to talk about the hope that we can hold onto as we work through the collective and personal trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is not accomplished through a to-do list, but rather through small practices that gently guide us deeper into the hope and restoration that God offers. John’s latest book, “Resilient: Restoring Your Weary Soul in These Turbulent Times,” identifies the warning signs of post-pandemic weariness while also pointing to the resilient human spirit and the hope we have in God.
"Union With Christ in a Chaotic World" With John Eldredge
The Proverbs 31 Ministries Podcast
After the last few years, we are looking for relief.But in the rush to get our lives back to what they used to be, we are settling for temporary relief instead of lasting restoration. What if there's a better way to live? A way that doesn't just squeeze God into our busy lives ... a way where we can find the true rest we need. On this episode, author John Eldredge walks us through practical ways we can be intentional to cultivate a life with God so we can be resilient to whatever comes our way.Related Resources:- Your life is crazy, but your Bible study doesn't have to be. Online Bible Studies is a place where you can dive deep into books by your favorite Christian authors alongside a community of women from right where you are. Check out our latest Online Bible Study now!- Grab a copy of Get Your Life Back by John Eldredge.- Check out John's book, Resilient: Restoring Your Weary Soul in These Turbulent Times.- We want to connect with our podcast listeners each month! Sign up to be a Podcast Insider, and each month you'll receive bonus content, journal prompts and more.- Click here to view the transcript for this episode.
Rushing for Relief: A Conversation with John Eldredge
The Allender Center Podcast
A lost train of thought, a lost sense of motivation, a lost temper… these are just some of the things we may have lost as a result of the personal and global trauma of the pandemic. As restrictions have lifted, many of us are rushing for relief, finding comfort in the things we lost like dining out, going to concerts, and taking vacations. While there’s nothing wrong with enjoying these activities, we may be using them as quick fixes to soothe the pain and isolation experienced over the past two years. Our guest this week, John Eldredge, has written about the need for acknowledging the trauma from the COVID-19 pandemic in his latest book, “Resilient: Restoring Your Weary Soul in These Turbulent Times.” In this conversation with Dr. Dan Allender, John points out the warning signs of post-pandemic weariness while also pointing to the resilient human spirit and the hope we have in God. We invite you to slow your pace for the next half hour or so to thoughtfully consider this conversation with us.
Since the pandemic have you been feeling more irritable? Tired? Angry? It’s because we’ve all been through a lot! In this episode, we talk to author John Eldredge about how to build up our reserves so we can become more resilient. To get his new book follow this link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09N8XS7Y4/ref=dbs_a_def_awm_bibl_vppi_i0
Helping Others Restore Personal Worship & Connection with God | An Interview with John Eldredge
Leading Saints Podcast
John Eldredge is a bestselling author and counselor. He is also president of Wild at Heart, a ministry devoted to helping people discover the heart of God and recover their own hearts in God’s love. John and his wife, Stasi, live near Colorado Springs, Colorado.Highlights2:00 Introduction and updates with Wild at Heart. 4:30 We are now in the after effects of the pandemic. How do we recover? 6:00 One of the after effects of the pandemic is that many people are walking away from traditional religion. They are going to other places to try and find relief. They are walking away from the source of their rescue and recovery.8:50 The Edens in our life. The things that we long for. Instead of finding replenishment in God we go on vacations, we scroll our phones, etc. to find relief. 10:00 We are dealing with the traumatic aftermath of the pandemic. John explains how it has changed us and our ability to deal with everyday life. The classic trauma symptoms are:Mental fragmentationA loss of a sense of timeThe exhaustionThe lack of grace for irritating people12:30 We are struggling to go to church after the pandemic. We are exhausted, dealing with trauma, and our reserves are gone. 15:20 Advice for leaders trying to help people find Jesus in their Sunday meetings. You design opportunities for quiet and prayer.You don’t have to fill every moment.21:00 Spiritual warfare creeps in. It’s not always a big, traumatic event. The adversary wants us to give up on God.23:20 Notice how you react when someone gets in the way of your “Eden agenda.”25:10 How leaders can help people reconnect with God. We need to recast the vision.28:30 Kurt shares his own personal experience of connecting to God in a new way. His running routine has become a spiritual experience. 29:45 Nature heals as opposed to technology. First thing in the morning don’t look at your phone or listen to the news. Give a quiet moment to God. 31:00 John unpacks the meaning of the shallows, the midlands, and the depths. 35:20 How do we get our hearts out of the shallows? We begin by loving God and expressing gratitude. If we expect results and fixes from God then we are just going to be frustrated and disappointed. 38:00 How do we love God? It’s more of just keeping the commandments. 41:15 Written prayers can help us articulate things in a way that maybe we couldn’t do on our own.44:00 John talks about his app called One Minute Pause. 46:50 The pressure of leadership is having to come through for people. They don’t need you. They need God. You are there to help them get to God. 48:15 Invite people to be a part of the larger story that God has for them. God’s story puts everything into perspective. Human beings use stories to make sense of reality. LinksResilient: Restoring Your Weary Soul in These Turbulent TimesWild at HeartWild at Heart PodcastOne Minute Pause AppReconnecting with God as a Distracted Church Leader | An Interview with John EldredgeRead the TRANSCRIPT of this podcastGet 14-day access to the Core Leader LibraryThe Leading Saints Podcast gets over 300,000 listens each month and has nearly 10 million total downloads as part of nonprofit Leading Saints' mission to help latter-day saints be better prepared to lead. Learn more and listen to any of the past episodes for free at LeadingSaints.org.Past guests include Emily Belle Freeman, David Butler, Hank Smith, John Bytheway, Liz Wiseman, Stephen M. R. Covey, Julie Beck, Brad Wilcox, Jody Moore, Tony Overbay, John H. Groberg, Elaine Dalton, Tad R. Callister, J. Devn Cornish, Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Anthony Sweat, John Hilton III, Barbara Morgan Gardner, Blair Hodges, Whitney Johnson, Ryan Gottfredson, Greg McKeown, DeAnna Murphy, Michael Goodman, Richard Ostler and many more in over 500 episodes.Discover podcasts, articles, virtual conferences, and live events related to callings such as the bishopric,
Episode 066 - A guide for restoring your soul after a soul crushing 2 years… with John Eldredge
Human Hope with Carlos Whittaker
From the pandemic, to racial injustice, to political violence, to mass shootings… The past 2 years have been TOO MUCH. In today’s conversation, one of my mentors John Eldredge gives us practical skills and tools to bring our souls back to life. “I’ve laid out the book in the form of a survival guide because in this hour we don’t need inspiration and cute stories; we need skills and tools to strengthen heart and soul,” writes Eldredge. And in today’s episode… he gives us just that… Thanks to our sponsors… Green Chef https://bit.ly/HHGreenChef130 Athletic Greens https://bit.ly/HHAthleticGreens--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
CNLP 504 | John Eldredge on the Surprising Symptoms of Trauma, Why You Still Feel Depleted, and the Challenges of Deconstruction
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
NYT bestselling author, John Eldredge, returns to the podcast to talk about the collective trauma we've been through. He outlines the surprising signs of trauma, including memory loss, why you still...Read the whole entry... »
John Eldredge on How to Be Resilient During Turbulent Times
The Matthew West Podcast
I can’t wait for you to join me for a great conversation on today’s podcast. My guest is a bestselling author of one of my favorite books of all time, Wild at Heart. He’s got a great new book called Resilient, and is going to share his heart on how to restore our weary souls during these difficult times in our world. Let’s go to the Story House with John Eldredge! THANK YOU TO MY SPONSORS! Simply Earth - Go to SimplyEarth.com/WEST and use the code WEST to get a free 80ml diffuser with your box of essential oils. Better Help - Join over 1 million people who have taken charge of their mental health. Get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/MWP. Humann SuperBeets - The new "on-the-go" energy secret! Join over 1 million customers and get up to 45% off plus free shipping on your first order at SuperBeets.com/WEST. Storyworth - Preserve meaningful moments and memories for you or your family members in a beautiful keepsake book. Then, share the experience with loved ones and discover stories you never knew. Visit Storyworth.com/West and save 10% on your first purchase. FIND PODCAST RESOURCES AND MORE FROM THIS EPISODE at matthewwest.com/podcast/johneldredge!