David Gushee chats with us about his book ‘Changing our Mind’ where he outlines the journey he went on as he looked to scripture for guidance on how we should engage with our LGBT brothers and sisters.Read More
Ryan O’Neal the musical genius behind Sleeping At Last joins the show to talk through his love of music and how this collided so beautifully with the enneagram.Read More
Pete Enns talks with us about how the Bible leads us to wisdom rather than answers.Read More
Jonathan Merritt talks with us about why sacred words are vanishing from our vocabulary and how we can bring them back to life.Read More
Greg comes on the show to talk through his new recent book 'Cross Vision' where he argues that it is the crucifixion of Jesus Christ which enables us to make sense of Old Testament violence.
In this episode Daniel tackles some of the ways we facilitate busyness in our lives and shares some hacks that he has learned have been helpful for him.Read More
Aaron discovered a practice-based faith years ago when the limits of his own faith experience left him feeling spiritually empty, Niequist got to the point where he began to even question his beliefs. It was through the help of discovering a practice-based faith that he was able to see great healing take place in his life. He began to swim with God to bring healing to others then too.Read More
Alex Seeley joins the conversation on vulnerability and the labels we all wear. Alex recently wrote a book, Tailor Made where she tells her story of how she dealt with a variety of labels she faced as a young woman.
We also chat through the importance of vulnerability in shaping faith communities, how the good news is really that good and many other things.
William Paul Young author of 'The Shack' along with many other novels, dropped into the show to chat through his involvement in The Heart of Man. He talks at length on how we as humanity engage with Shame. We also chat about developing a healthy narrative around sexuality within culture, faith, how we see God and so much more.
The Wrap-up with Lauren Horton is a conversation where we talk about some of the previous episodes. In this Wrap-up episode we chat about all things ranging from the importance of questions all the way to raising children and heaps of things in between like Entourage and women in leadership. Such a wholesome and insightful conversation.
Hillary McBride joins The GoodCast to talk about body image, hand-me-down masks, feminism, rediscovering voice and her new book Mothers, Daughters, & Body Image.Read More
Rob Bell and Andrew Morgan dropped into The GoodCast to chat about the release of The Heretic which is released on March 1. The Heretic is a documentary film following the life and work of Rob Bell, one of the most polarizing figures in modern day Christianity. Listen in as we chat about the film, surfing, faith the bible and the future.Read More
Anna McGahan is an Australian actress, poet, writer and theology student who talked candidly with me about the realities and normality of sexual harassment in the entertainment industry.Read More
The Wrap-up with Ryan is an uncut conversation where we talk about some of the previous episodes. In this Wrap-up episode we chat about all things ranging from art to male gender bias, women in leadership, growing up and some good old fashioned banter.Read More
I woke up this morning to see our friend Jarrod Mckenna and his pal Del suspended four stories above the Subiaco office of Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, on a hanging tent.
The peaceful aerial sit-in is calling on the Australian Government to take immediate action to evacuate Manus before more people die.
We needed to chat, so listen in here to our conversation.Read More
Paul Nevison is a hugely talented filmmaker who travels the world finding stories that connect with our common humanity. He is also a prolific writer who frequently writes blogs detailing his faith journey. And oh yeah, he is also my book dealer...
Jessica Le Clerc is described as a “narrative impressionist realist” which I think is artistic jargon for a ridiculously talented artist and human. Jess caught up with me to talk about the power of imagination and the need for us to continually awake ourselves to this. This episode is not to be missed.
Jarrod is a friend, pastor, non-violent activist, father, and prolific speaker. He has spoken in many different environments ranging from churches to music festivals (including Splendour in the Grass). He is the founder of First Home Project in Perth and currently lives there with refugees in Perth.Read More
I met up with Tara in Perth to talk about female leadership in the church, skateboarding, getting arrested, refugees, spiritual formation and so much more.Read More
Iain drops in to talk about the sacredness of work, reframing creation, the fall, evil, eternity and everything else. This conversation must be heard.Read More