It doesn't matter the location or the topic of conversation, if I know one fact about the topic, I throw it out there like I'm the expert. Where does this tendency come from? Why do I have to put myself into spots that I now have to work avidly to live up to, when in all reality, I shouldn't even think to be in? Is the praise of others worth the burden of playing the expert?
In this week's fraternity meeting I sit down with my teammate Stephen Zepp. Stephen gets the chance to share how he worked to both provide for his family and do the Lord's will in his first years out of college and into marriage. Just a few children later Stephen already has much to share by way of example.
This is Episode 30 of the Exodus 90 Show.
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