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Category: podcast

Called Out Episode 004: Tiffany Bulgin

This new episode on my podcast Called Out features Tiffany Bulgin, who founded Isaac’s Room with her husband Mark. People in my hometown of Salem, Oregon know of Isaac’s Room through the local coffeeshop Ike Box. Tiffany and I talk about the backstory leading up to Ike Box starting, as well as talking about foster care and […]


Category: podcast

Called Out Episode 003: Sharon Hodde Miller

I’m thrilled to share this episode with Sharon Hodde Miller, where we discuss her first book project, image management in the age of Instagram, and raising up women in the church. Sharon has been one of my favorite connections in the past few years because she is not afraid to tackle difficult subjects with tenacity […]


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Called Out Episode 002: Brett McCracken

We are a society driven by individual curation. Just last week Spotify announced a new throwback playlist, created for every user based on their current favorite songs. Whether it’s a music playlist or your morning coffee or your daily news, everything is built around your preferences and interests. 2 years ago I had lunch with […]


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Announcing My New Podcast: Called Out

I’ve been an avid podcast listener for over 5 years now. While I still love blogging, I’ve come to value the podcast medium for its ability to tell stories in powerful ways. Podcasts allow for meaningful conversation and storytelling in ways other written-word mediums do not. With that in mind, I’m happy to announce that […]


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My Video Podcasting Debut

You don’t get a chance to see my face too often. I keep this blog primarily devoted to the written word. Today, however, I thought I’d share a video podcast I recently did with the good folks at Goodberry. In the conversation we touch on subjects like why I became a pastor, why I’m so […]


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Healing the Scars of Shame

Last weekend I spoke at our church on the subject of shame, a subject that holds lots of history for me personally. If you’ve read my book and know pieces of the story of my sin-ridden past, you know that I’ve walked the cycle of shame: sin, and guilt, which leads to hiding instead of confession […]


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