This week on the podcast the guys interview Randy Wickham, A father of 8 who adopted 6 children. His heart for adoption is a powerful reminder of the love that Christ has for us as his children. His story is one you won’t want to miss.
Envy, social media, the desire to want what someone else has. Have you ever scrolled through social media and felt like everyone else is doing things you only wished you could? Today we talk about the value of battling that thought and moving to a place where envy does not control our actions by taking a few small steps.
Responding to the unexpected. Bad things happen all the time, the tire goes flat, the coffee runs out, you lose the keys. How do we respond to negative things? As we respond our family watches how we react. Are we inspiring our children to faith or fear?
Running on Empty. There is a common thought that being busy is a sign of importance, yet there is a feeling within us that tells us this is not true. So how do we change? How do we fight against simply staying busy? This week we talk about this in a practical way and how to move from busy to being still and fulfilled as we hear about the story of Elijah and his exhaustion in the midst of serving God.
Fear of the Gap. The tension between adventure and responsibility. Being busy can get us in a rut and cause us to feel lost and forget the things that caused us to become alive in the first place. Do we ever have an adventure we were walking towards? How can you know? Today on the podcast we talk about the value of pursuing something bigger than us. Its not just for us but for those who are watching us take chances and trusting God along the way.
Today we talk to one of my hero’s, Duke Hergatt. He is my first Pastor and his wisdom speaks to the heart of the the young man in search for meaning and to the old man who wonders what is next with their journey. He shares wisdom from his over 40 years of ministry and impact in the lives of thousands. You don’t want to miss this podcast.
This week we got the opportunity to sit down with some of Travis’s brothers in the battle. We talk about the value of each man having a group of guys that they can stay connected with and how important those guys are as we lead and father our children.
Travis and Bill share who they look to in the scriptures as Godly, biblically masculine men and what they have learned from them. They speak of the value of seeing the world through the proper lenses and the value of mentorship and the challenge that comes with that. They share the truths they find in the scriptures that define biblical masculinity and the value of “the one degree” of change that can happen in mens lives.
What is masculinity? – You aren’t a man because of what you do – you are a man because you were created that way. Today on the podcast we talk about this idea of masculinity and the various ways it is described in our society. We look into the scriptures and ask what is fake and what is real when it comes to masculinity?
Breaking the intimacy barrier – There are times when your marriage seems like a coexisting relationship verses what God really intended. We talk about the value in the short game verses always trying to get the touchdown. We as guys generally have one thing in mind when it comes to pursuing our wife. There is something powerful as we begin to see the value of investing in the day to day with our spouse. Yes sex is fun, but there is actually more than that with our marriage. But yes its really fun. For more info on the upcoming Known Legacy Conference go to:
Over a Cup conversations part 3! Were finishing up our series of what “Over the Cup” is all about. Beyond looking at those at work or those who we don’t agree with we look at those closest to us. We talk about how to have an over the cup conversation with our families. We talk about the value of moving from a toxic situation in our family relationships to creating a dynamic that leaves a God honoring legacy for those who come after us. For more info on the upcoming Known Legacy Conference go to:
Part two of “Over a Cup” Conversations – we saw the Gillette commercial too… Find out what we thought and how we see the need for “over a cup” conversations more than ever. We go through some of the markers and “wins” on how to have the conversations with someone. The power of stories. For more info on the upcoming Known Legacy Conference go to:
We see so much division in our country but more importantly in our houses. Its hard to find ways to break down the walls of those who you look at in the rearview of your car. We go into work and have a hard time not simply getting frustrated with those who have different views than us. We believe we can be the ones to create change in this area. We are talking about how we can make a difference quickly by having a conversation “over a cup”.
Welcome to 2019!
We are back and excited to kick off the podcast with one of the unknown heroes of our community – Jason Klotz – He is an elementary school teacher who is changing lives and impacting legacies every day. He is sharing with us the difference in kids through out the years of his teaching and how the family and technology has impacted the current culture of children today.
Today we talk to Chad Mattson, lead singer of the band Unspoken – www.unspokenmusic.com – He shares his testimony as well as encouragement to parents who have wayward children in their lives. He also shares about pursuing what God has put on your heart and what to do in the hard times in your journey.
How to make 2019 not look like 2018.
Merry Christmas! Were talkin’ family christmas traditions that drive us nuts, Elf on the shelf, christmas movies and the busyness of the holiday. Now is the time to stop and help make 2019 different than the regrets we may have from 2018.
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Its good to be back! This week we are talking about our dating stories, the ways to have the conversation with your kids, creating boundaries, and helping them to look to the horizon of who they want to become as they are faced with the idea of dating.
Part 2 of the sex talk – We talk about some tangible ways to have the conversation with your kids. We give the full picture and share some tools to use to create the conversation. We share about building trust and allowing for a dialogue that leads to a healthy conversation as well as how to have a game plan to engage this issue. We would love your feed back on how you had the conversation as well, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We got cider donuts!! (But always looking for more!) Thank you Chris!
THE DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS: This week we start the conversation of how to have the conversation with your kids about sex. So many of us find this the most awkward conversation so we talked about why its important and how to get the conversation started in your home.
This week we talk about FORTNITE, our kids addictions, and some ways to help us lead our children through this while balancing between technology today and how we grew up. We ask the question of how to discipline through this and give some tangible help to all of us!
Finishing up the Proverbs challenge! we talk cider doughnuts, kids books, and Solomon. We break down how to finish well as a husband and father through the wisdom in the book of Proverbs.
Proverbs challenge – Week 3 – The Pumpkin Spice verse Apple Cider debate, we continue to dig in to the proverbs and get challenged by seeing what it means to pursue the desires God has given us. A way to start to discern your gifting. Peeling back the onion.
Proverbs challenge – Week 3! allergies, essential oils, popcorn, Instant gratification. How to create gain in your life, the benefit in the waiting, the temporal verses the eternal, and we share some of the verses that spoke to us this week.
This week we start digging through the Proverbs challenge and talk about wisdom, how to get it and how to promote seeking wisdom with your family,
30 day challenge for the next month – Proverbs – Taking time this month to start a new priority and how this impact affects the dads we are becoming.
Making our walk with God simple – Possible Avengers spoiler!?!? The value of obedience – Can I really trust Him? Is it worth it? rejoicing in what you have. How to move forward with God by asking a simple question.
A Band of Brothers -Who are your guys when the stuff hits the fan? A challenge to all men and some help to find authentic brothers in the battle.
Our Guest today is Joe Russo – He is one of Bill’s heroes! He is an incredible example of coming from a broken legacy and allowing God to change where we are from and create something only He could. He shares his journey of healing and going “all 15 rounds” in our life. He gives wisdom for soon to be married men and those who have been married for decades.
Were finishing up our discussion on forgiveness and how our act of forgiveness impacts how our kids forgive.
We’ve broken protocol and decided to give you two podcasts this week! You can check out the video on our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/knownlegacyministries –
We are talking about creating a culture in your family and the importance of having that culture as it impacts the world around you. And were talking about Chic Fil A, and that’s never a bad idea…
Today were talking about forgiveness, learning how to let go and forgive and the harder act of accepting forgiveness for ourselves.
Today we are answering your questions! You ask em’ we try and answer em’. Some of the topics include:
Being on the same page as your wife
When and how to share past mistakes with your kids
What to do if you were abused as a kid by a church leader/ member
When is it a test from God or a temptation from satan?
This week we are talking to Trent Monk from We Are The Monks – wearethemonks.com He shares his story of how to balance living the dream that God gave him and being the leader of his family. He shares his wisdom in maintaining a clear unified direction with his wife and what he does before Netflix starts…
Today you get the chance to meet Brian, a man who suffered great loss as a child but continued to move forward. He shares his wisdom of how to raise children through this brokenness and how we can make changes now to impact the legacy we leave behind, how to father through the “void” and encouragement for the future.
Today’s interview is with Billy Newell, who has dealt with some extreme loss this year. He shares how he grieved individually and as a family, some tangible steps of how to walk through grief and how you can help others move through their grief.
An interview with our friend Doug as he shares powerful insight on how to create memories with your kids, the one degree moments and taking back your calendar.
Powerful interview featuring DJ Overflow as he shares his story of being a Pastors kid, his battle with addiction and the way he was rescued by the Father as he experience redemption through Jesus.
A special father’s day issue featuring former Harlem Globetrotter Melvin Adams. It’s funny, raw and real. It speaks to the heart of men and father’s alike. Happy father’s day!
Kintsugi pots, learning how to stop saying “Im Fine” and begin to accept you are a man of Valor…
Men and the church, a bigger adventure, Jonathan’s crazy idea, David’s response to messing up.
Breaking down walls and building bridges, Cultivating not killing, hearing the heart of your kids…
Discipline and your kids – What worked for one doesn’t work for the other, they are listening, sometimes unfortunately, and opportunities during the little league game…
For those who are on the edge of quitting and letting go. This one’s for you…and for us!
Black Hairy Tongue, Vineyards in Europe, figuring out what ABIDE means and dealing with seasons…
Stepping into the awkward, “Superhero Dad”, EMB’s…
Stepping into the awkward, bad statistics… CIALIS commercial…
Stepping into the Awkward, being thankful for the 11 teeth… Pecan Trees…
This one is not for your wife! Sorry Ladies… It’s yoga pants, the bigger picture and bucket lists.
Your chapter, a good cup of coffee and a couple of filters.
What is this podcast all about? Why should I listen to these guys? You don’t have to read it, so that’s one thing…
And were pretty funny, at least we think so.