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Life Builders By Julie Hamilton

Dec 13, 2018

"There’s no other way to experience love except through allowing another to meet a need, so I have to become vulnerable. Learning to trust people is scary, but it’s more scary to not get loved." 

When John talks he makes you feel like you're the only person on the earth. In this chat, international speaker, pastor, and author John Lynch sits down & rips his heart out to show us the most important things in life -- being vulnerable, grace, humility, trusting others and even reveals the lessons that he's learned about God, faith, and others through chronic illness.  This is a chat you will want to digest again and again and share with others! 

"I love you more than 10 million yet unnamed galaxies on your worst day." -God


Some of the topics we touched on were: 

 -John's beautiful roller coaster ride of faith

-How to "remove the mask"

-The only way to experience love

-Winning at parenting

-Most important quality in a leader

-What humility looks like

-Creating an environment of grace for our homes & businesses

-Increasing productivity with grace

-Truth for Today devotional

-Lesson learned from chronic illness

-Finding the sacred space of revealing ourselves

-Getting to love

-Nuanced faith

-Strength isn't lack of weakness

-The message on John's heart

-Whom we should interview next


Resources mentioned:

Trust for Today devotional

Two Roads, Two Rooms (short campfire version)

Two Roads, Two Rooms (long version)


Bo's Cafe: A Novel

The Cure: What if God isn't who you think He is and neither are you?

The Cure & Parents

On My Worst Day

Ascent of a Leader: How Ordinary Relationship Develop Extraordinary Character & Influence

TED Talk: What Kids Wish Their Teachers Knew

Lysa Terkheurst (Olives) on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Trueface Podcast

"Even If" by MercyMe

Recentered Group  with Ed Underwood

Naked Gospel: The Truth You May Never Hear in Church by Andrew Farley


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