Tyler D. Smith is a pastor, NBA sports writer, basketball coach, and author. He’s also worked in the Christian music industry. He graduated from Lincoln Christian University and has served in ministry since 2005. He lives in Indiana with his wife, Katelyn and their two daughters, Addi and Ellie.
Tim Winders went from being a multi-millionaire living a lavish lifestyle to a homeless nomad. What caused such a dramatic change and what spiritual and life lessons did he learn along the way?
Known for his insight and effective, practical methodology, Tim Winders is a gifted speaker, facilitator, coach, and author. He is also the host and a content creator at the SGC Network.
It has always been Tim’s passion to aid others. As a consultant and coach, he is proud to help people from all walks of life become expert business owners, entrepreneurs, time managers, prioritizers, goal-setters, communicators, and, ultimately, confident and successful individuals. Combining his passion and gift for mentorship with his expertise in management development, negotiations, marketing, customer service, teamwork, communication, leadership, and strategic performance, Tim is able to consistently offer life- and business-changing results. Today, Tim specializes in business growth, leadership development, asset protection and privacy, and real estate investing. – TimWinders.com
Tim was my guest on the most recent episode of Bleeding Daylight. We explored the financial crash that lead to a very different lifestyle for Tim and his family.
These days, Tim and his wife choose to live a much simpler life in an RV. His story is fascinating and holds lessons for us all.
It’s almost a cliche, the comedian who is secretly battling depression, the person who makes everyone else laugh, but who is fighting their own inner struggles. Dave Ebert has a passion for comedy, but the laughs haven’t always been easy for him. He has faced a very real battle with depression and suicidal thoughts.
Dave is someone who has turned comedy from something that masked his own pain, into something that brings healing for others, including women released from sex trafficking.
In the latest episode of Bleeding Daylight we get to explore a little of the inner conflicts that Dave has faced over the years and the way that life is now so very different for him.
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Can a lawyer who is trained to rely on evidence still believe in the God of the Bible? Is faith more about feelings than facts? That’s what I’m exploring on the latest episode of my podcast, Bleeding Daylight.
Rev. Dr. Ross Clifford AM is a former lawyer, a theologian, political commentator, pastor, radio personality, and so much more. He has authored or co-authored over a dozen books. In June, 2010, he was made a member of the Order of Australia.
Back when I was working in radio I used to chat with Ross each week about faith and spirituality. It was really good to be able to catch up with him again and go a bit deeper on whether the Christian faith could stand up in a court of law. Is there any trustworthy evidence to back up what Christians believe?
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