Noah catches up with Jason Redoutey on how encountering the affirming love of God satisfied Jason’s lifelong quest for approval and affirmation. A quest that led him to a double life of porn, lies, womanizing, and cheating in his marriage. Shame was once the ruler in Jason’s life, shame that has been replaced by love and grace, found through vulnerability. Jason now helps other men find this same overwhelming love of God as one of the directors of Hearts, Alive, and Free.
After a brief hiatus, “real” episodes of the Flip Side are back! After catching up on the mailbag, the topic of the day is the right kind of blindness, and of course, the moment you’ve all been waiting for: Noah’s Rant finally chimes in on the “real people, not actors” Chevy commercials.
Listen below or subscribe on iTunes or Google Play Key notes: Beyond the Battle online groups for guys are BACK and launching in late October. Check them out at www.beyondthebattle.net
Episode 17, the LAST DAY Noah has to work on his rental house!!!! That means a sermon episode, this one is on Luke 15’s Prodigal Son, which Noah preached at Crossroads’ new building Grand Opening on September 16th, 2018.
The next Flip Side will be “back to your regularly scheduled” programming since the rental house work will be ooooooover! Thanks for staying tuned in.
Noah’s sermon from 12.30.18 “Beyond the Sexual Purity Battle” includes his testimony as well as a walk through 1 Corinthians 6:12-20.
Ep. 15 is packed!
There’s a hard hitting mailbag, covering both same sex attraction and what to do after you’ve unintentionally seen porn on your computer.
Noah talks about Covenant Eyes’ Custom Block List, which they just brought back.
Kids puking on a whale watching tour.
Living with the in-laws.
Noah is trying to be young and hip so is now using Instagram @noahfilipiak – He is asking for help on what Instagram is for, besides selfies and food pics.
Limits. And the quote, “When the pain of staying the same becomes greater than the pain of change…THAT’S when people change.”
And the topic of the day: How an urban, multi-ethnic church planter ended up in rural Middleville and working at a suburban white megachurch