Episode 22 - Michael John Cusick, “Less is More”

November 25, 2016

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As we come to the end of our first podcast season, I am so thankful for the opportunity to share the Restoring the Soul podcast with you--our listeners. As a way of saying thank you, I’m sharing this podcast which includes a special Christmas song from my friends Andy Gullahorn and Jill Phillips. I’m also sharing a message I recently gave at Denver Seminary student chapel called, “Less Is More” about our need to be still and rest in what God has already done in Christ. It’s a very timely for the often hectic holiday season.  

For those of you who may be wondering, Season 2 of Restoring the Soul will premier on February 7th, 2017. You can look forward to more in depth interviews and several fresh voices about how we flourish from the inside out. Until then, many blessings to you through the Christmas season and into 2017. From my family to yours.
 
Michael
 
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Episode 21 - Gordon MacDonald Part II, “Our Broken Souls”

November 20, 2016

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Gordon MacDonald served for over forty years as a pastor and was President of World Relief, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and now serves as Chancellor at Denver Seminary. He is an author, speaker, and teacher whose books include Ordering Your Private World, Rebuilding Your Broken World; Renewing your Spiritual Passion, Mid Course Correction, and A Resilient Life, Going Deep, Shoring Up the Foundations of Leadership. He writes regularly for Leadership Journal and also writes a column which appears on the LeadershipJournal.net website.

Gordon and Gail MacDonald have been married 53 years and live in Concord, New Hampshire. Their great satisfaction is in their two married children and five grandchildren. The MacDonalds are also hikers, bikers, kayakers, and voracious readers.

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Episode 20 - Gordon MacDonald Part I, “Our Broken Souls”

November 13, 2016

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Gordon MacDonald served for over forty years as a pastor and was President of World Relief, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and now serves as Chancellor at Denver Seminary. He is an author, speaker, and teacher whose books include Ordering Your Private World, Rebuilding Your Broken World; Renewing your Spiritual Passion, Mid Course Correction, and A Resilient Life, Going Deep, Shoring Up the Foundations of Leadership. He writes regularly for Leadership Journal and also writes a column which appears on the LeadershipJournal.net website.

Gordon and Gail MacDonald have been married 53 years and live in Concord, New Hampshire. Their great satisfaction is in their two married children and five grandchildren. The MacDonalds are also hikers, bikers, kayakers, and voracious readers.

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Episode 19 - Crystal Renaud Part II, “Dirty Girls Come Clean”

November 6, 2016

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On Episode 19 Michael’s guest is Crystal Renaud, author, speaker, and pioneer in the growing movement to address pornography addiction in women and girls. Crystal is the Founder and Executive Director of Dirty Girls Ministries (DGM) as well as an author, speaker, and professional life coach from the Kansas City area. DGM exists to provide help, hope, and healing to women struggling with pornography and sexual addiction. In her first book, Dirty Girls Come Clean (Moody Publishers), Crystal shares her story of freedom from eight years of pornography use with steps and recovery questions for personal or group study. In her second book, 90 Days to Wholeness, Crystal expounds upon the steps outlined in Dirty Girls Come Clean to help journey women journey through 90 days of daily recovery devotionals. 

 

Her work has been featured in the New York Times, ABC News, CNN, Christianity Today, 700 Club, and more. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Liberty University and four certifications including Professional Life Coaching from the American Association of Christian Counselors.

 

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