Cellphones, social media, work, and our families are always competing for our time. Living intentionally is an important part of our daily lives. Shane and Mike discuss the importance of staying present where we are and visit Mike’s 1 ½ year football high school career. Also, click on the link to enter into the ’47 Brand Hat giveaway in June! https://kingsumo.com/g/lyod2p/navigating-change-with-shane-and-mike-47-brand-hat-giveaway
Often, we don’t think we will ever get to the other side of conflict, but there is hope! In part 2 of their conversation, Shane and Mike dig into 6 practical steps for resolving conflict.
Fighting, arguing, and not seeing eye to eye happens daily for all of us. Followers of Jesus must handle conflict in a different way than the world. The good news? Jesus gives us a process to follow. Shane and Mike talk about how to handle conflict in a Biblical way in part 1 of their conversation.
Marriage involves flawed parents, raising flawed kids, in a flawed world. Is there hope? Our guest Melissa Bishop shares with us some keys to raising children that will fall in love with Jesus.
Need help in your marriage? Our guest today is Shane’s ministry partner and wife Melissa Bishop. Melissa and Shane have been married for almost forty-years. They have seen the ups and downs of marriage. Through it all, they have developed a stronger relationship with God and each other. They believe you can too.
Are you having trouble understanding Millennials or Baby Boomers? Understanding and speaking to another generation can be difficult. The truth is, the young and old need one another. Shane and Mike discuss the similarities, shared values, and differences between Millennials and Baby Boomers.
In this episode, Shane and Mike take time talking tackle trending topics from a Christian Worldview.
Breaking Spiritual Inertia and Snowvid 2021. Are you in a spiritual rut? It is going to take intentionality to get out of it. Shane and Mike discuss the importance of breaking spiritual inertia, post-covid.
Building bridges. Divisions among us are highlighted every day in the news and on social media; how do we find commonality with those who differ from us? How do we begin to build those types of relationships? Shane and Mike discuss.