Deep Water Podcast

Deep Water Podcast

Latest Episodes

E61 – Story of the Ne’er-do-well
June 06, 2019

Who are the ne'er-do-wells in your life?  What are their stories? -   - This is the talk I mentioned: Tea with Hezbollah: Is it possible to love your enemy? Carl Medearis - He has a book with a similar title if you are interested in reading the book...

E60 – Hitting the 20 mile wall
May 28, 2019

Learning to run - Run a marathon - Not a sprint - A marathon - And, run it well - "If only for this life we have hope in Christ, we are to be pitied more than all men." 1 Cor 15:19 (NIV)

E59 – When God asks you to play second fiddle… or third… or fourth
May 21, 2019

What do you do when God asks you to play second fiddle? What do you do when His plan for you is not fame and glory, but anonymity and unrecognized work? Will you follow Him?

E58 – Perseverance and Encouragement
May 14, 2019

Ironically, a short episode on perseverance and encouragement.

E57 – Are you all in?
April 30, 2019

Are you all in when it comes to the Kingdom?  What does it mean to be all in?  How do we help grow the people to disciple to be all in?  In this episode, we address some of those questions as well as some of our own struggles in those areas. -   -

E56 – The Silence of Easter
April 23, 2019

Imagine what it would have been like to be a soldier guarding the tomb. It's silent. It's quiet. - Until it isn't. -   -

E55 – Learning to pray the scriptures
April 16, 2019

Prayer is hard, and if we were honest with ourselves, most of us struggle to have the kind of prayer life we really think we should.  Today, we are going to be talking about a really great way to grow your prayers and your prayer life.

E53 – Tech investors, Beekeepers, and disciple making
April 09, 2019

What can we learn about disciple making from a major tech investor and beekeepers?

E52 – Which sin would you rather commit?
April 02, 2019

Have you ever found yourself facing a decision and not knowing which way is right and which way is wrong?  Each choice has the potential for obedience and each choice has the potential for sin. - I recently was faced with a similar problem. For me,