The Purpose Trap
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Ever feel the pressure to "find our purpose because only then will you feel fulfilled?" We take on that topic this week. Maybe there is another way to see this.

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Ian Morgan Cron
Chris Cook on Finding Your True Self After Trauma (Enneagram 1) [S04-030]
I’m often asked how trauma affects your Enneagram type. The answer is: it’s complicated. Trauma is the result of an extraordinarily stressful event that shatters your sense of security and safety and makes you feel isolated and helpless in the world. It can be a one-time event or ongoing, complex trauma. Your response to trauma largely determines the type toward which you gravitate as a little child as a way of coping in the world. In today’s episode, Chris Cook opens up about his childhood trauma and how healing his broken spirit exposed his true self. We also dig into unconscious motivations, subtypes, and the inner critic. You don’t want to miss this in-depth conversation. Christopher Cook believes people should be able to live successful, meaningful lives, far above the status quo of “just getting by.” Put simply, he believes people should be able to win today. He exercises this belief as a leadership coach and business consultant to both Fortune 1000 and non-profit organizations. Additionally, he is the host of “Win Today with Christopher Cook,” a weekly podcast available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, and most other outlets. Through his work at WINTODAY.tv and as a featured writer for SUCCESS Magazine, he serves as a guide to wellness-minded men and women who are eager to confidently design their roadmap to wholeness and show up each day fully-alive in their true identity.
1 hr
For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast
For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast
Jen Hatmaker
Making Good Use of Our Emotions: Hilary Jacobs Hendel
It’s so hard to feel your feelings—especially when you have all of them all at once, and it’s never a convenient time to process them. For the past year, we’ve all been stewing with anxiety, stress, anger, loneliness, grief, and fear. Ignoring our hard feelings might seem like the easiest way to cope and get relief—but it’s not the only option available to us. Our next guest in our For the Love of Reconnecting Series, psychoanalyst and therapist Hilary Jacobs Hendel, reminds us that when we disconnect from our harder emotions, we disconnect from the life-giving ones too, like joy—and don’t we all need more of that right now?. Hilary’s the author of a fascinating book called It’s Not Always Depression (and psst: she consulted on the psychological development of characters in Mad Men!), and she and Jen talk about the freedom we find when we realize emotions just are, and we don’t have to judge them. In fact, instead of shutting down, Hilary shows us how we can walk ourselves toward self-compassion and healing, which gives us real resilience—not the kind that we *think* we have by stuffing down our feelings. * * * Thank you to our sponsors! American Giant | Get 100% American-made clothes that do good for local communities! Get 15% off with code FORTHELOVE at american-giant.com Jen Hatmaker Book Club | Join the sisterhood today! jenhatmakerbookclub.com Jen Hatmaker Merch | Get 20% off the entire site at jenhatmaker.com/shop
53 min
We Wonder: Advent
We Wonder: Advent
Area Code
Happy Feast of the Epiphany: A Star In The Sky
Happy Feast of the Epiphany! Our reading today is Matthew 2:1-12. I wonder why the Wise Men wanted to travel to find the king of the Jews? I wonder what they said to their friends and family when they left home? And I wonder what they hoped to find? I wonder why the Wise Men were full of joy when they came to the house where Jesus and his family were staying? I wonder what they saw, and what they heard, that showed them this was the king they were looking for? I wonder how Mary felt when these strange visitors came inside to worship her son? I wonder what she thought as they unpacked their treasures and gave them to her child? The word “epiphany” means “to reveal” or “to bring forth.” An epiphany is when something that was hidden comes out for everyone to see. I wonder why Jesus’s birth was hidden and unnoticed by the people in Jerusalem? I wonder why the Wise Men, from another country and far away, were the ones who saw his star, and who found him so they could worship? I wonder if today, still, Jesus can feel hidden or hard to see? I wonder if he is sometimes in people or places I don’t expect? What do I want to say to God about that? Can I ask God right now to give me a searching heart, like the Wise Men, ready to see Jesus's glory and rejoice in his presence wherever it is revealed, even in people and places where I don’t expect to find him? O God, you hung a star in the sky. By that star, you revealed your only Son to people who were far off, and led them to his mother’s house so they could worship him. Lead us now into your presence throughout this season, and open our eyes to encounter your glory in all the places where it is hidden among us. In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen.  We Wonder is written and hosted by me, Sarah Dahl; produced by Richard Clark; and engineered by Nick Thompson and Noah Kirby. To keep in touch with us and hear about future episodes and seasons, you can follow us on Instagram and Twitter @wewonderpod; you can read more about the podcast at wewonderpod.com. Thanks so much for listening: happy Epiphany to you all!
18 min
The Bible Binge
The Bible Binge
The Popcast Media Group LLC
Favored or Forsaken: Kirk Cameron Explained
We’re taking a page out of The Popcast notebook and explaining all things Kirk Cameron. From Growing Pains to Left Behind, Kirk Cameron has been a juggernaut in Christian culture. In this episode, we take a look at everything from his conversion as a “devout atheist” to his recent lockdown protest and more. What does he get right, what does he get wrong, and where does he become problematic? Listen and find out. MENTIONS * Kirk Cameron IMDB * Pete Sampras Got Milk Ad Poster * How Do You Know He's Real?: Celebrity Reflections on True Life Experiences with God Book * Chelsea Noble IMDB * Faith Adjacent: Purity Culture * Kirk Cameron Hollywood Reporter Interview * www.kirkcameron.com * Monumental Documentary * National Organization for Marriage Clip * Sean Astin Interview * The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby FAVORED OF THE MONTH * Knox: Movies - Soul * Jamie: Books: How to Fight Racism by Jemar Tisby * Erin: Books: A Rhythm of Prayer by Sarah Bessey BIBLE BINGE SEMINARY Our Patreon supporters can get full access to ad free Bible Binge Classic episodes, Bible Scholar QTNAs, monthly Sacred Cinema episodes, Faith Adjacent book club, and more! Become a partner. SHOW SPONSORS * Faithful Counseling: Faithful Counseling wants you to start living a happier life TODAY. Visit FaithfulCounseling.com/biblebinge to join the over 500,000 people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional and get 10% off. * Memento Mori with Erin Moon - Prepare for Lent and the Holy Week season with Bible Scholar Erin Moon. When you join Memento Mori, you'll receive a 20 page guide, articles, daily emails, an audio companion, and a private community of hundreds of other curious and honest people walking and working through Lent together. Go to erinhmoon.com/shop and use code Bible Binge for 15% off. THE POPCAST Check out our other podcast: The Popcast with Knox and Jamie.It's a weekly show about pop culture where we educate on the things that entertain, but don't matter. Here is our suggested Popcast starter playlist. Follow The Bible Binge on Socials: Instagram| Twitter| Facebook
47 min
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