Granger Smith, also known by his alter ego, Earl Dibbles Jr., is an American Southern Baptist minister, former country music singer and songwriter, and a New York Times bestselling author. He continues to share his personal testimony to fans across the globe through his book Like a River: Finding the Faith and Strength to Move Forward After Loss and Heartache. After the tragic loss of his son, River, Smith set forth on an inescapable path of discovery towards God’s grace and mercy.
Scott Gutzman embarked on his career in the audio/visual domain at 18, swiftly ascending through various roles, mastering leadership, organization, and customer interactions within a decade. His stint in nightlife security polished his abilities in customer engagement and heightened his situational awareness.
Josh White is a musician who is still involved in music and has a record label at the church. His ethos and philosophy revolve around fatherhood, broken relationships, forgiveness, grace, and faith. He believes in breaking the cycle, creating change, surrendering to God’s perfect plan, and embracing vulnerability and humility in relationships.
Brad Lea is a soon-to-be billionaire and the host of the Dropping Bombs podcast. Brad is also the author of the Real Deal and has a new book coming out, The Hard Way. Brad Lea learned the hard way in business, marriage and fatherhood. Take advantage of the wisdom bombs he drops in this episode!
Is there someone in your life that you are finding it hard to forgive. A sibling, friend, or parent? We all have grudges, but we don’t realize how much emotional and mental bandwidth they’re stealing from us.
Derek talks about his painful journey out of hate, anger, and shame and how the power of forgiveness can free us to create the full and happy lives we were meant live.
John Eldredge, author of the bestselling book Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul, is here to talk about our core needs as men and our constant quest for validation. He also shares life-changing insights on how to become a student of our child’s heart and interpret their experiences for them so that they can become happier, stronger adults.