151: Christians in the Workplace – Conviction, Compromise, and Caring for Others

Our faith impacts everything, including our work and family, but what does this actually look like?

How can our faith intersect with who we are and what we do all week long?

In this episode, Lance Lawson sits down with David and Emily Lantz to discuss the perils of busyness, faith in the workplace, and where we find our identity.

 

150: Mommy Wars — Stay at Home or Work Outside the Home?

Our faith impacts everything, including our work and family, but what does this actually look like? How can our faith intersect with who we are and what we do all week long?

Stay at home or work outside the home?

In this episode, Rachel Chester sits down with Allison Swenson and Donya Lawson to talk about how mom’s working inside or outside the home can cause judgement, guilt, or rigidity.

149: Retired — What’s Next?

We are all created for work, but what happens when it is time to retire?

How does this affect our identity? How can we still make a difference?

In today’s episode, Aaron Lutz sits down with Greg Murphy and Glenn Lutz to discuss our need for work, rest, and how we can all participate in God’s work no matter where we are.

148: I Don’t Want to Join a Small Group

If you’ve been around Clear Creek for any time at all, you know we talk about small group often.

But what if you’re too busy, or too shy?

What if you’ve tried group but had a bad experience?

In this episode, Aaron Lutz sits down with Rachel Fisher, Small Groups Associate, to talk about the legitimate obstacles people face when it comes to joining and leading small groups, and why, at the end of the day, they are still worth it.

147: A Conversation with an Enneagram 8 & 9

Does your mind go into overdrive in conflict or does everything seem to slow down?

Do you sometimes feel like you’re too much for people?

Or not enough?

How has the way God wired you affected how you love, serve, and lead?

In our final episode about the Enneagram, Rachel sits down with Yancey Arrington, who is an 8, and Kara Dawson, a 9, to discuss how we should think about the Enneagram itself and how their own, differing personalities affect their mission with Jesus.

146: A Conversation with an Enneagram 6 & 7

Do you prepare for the worst and hope for the best?

Are you energized by the crowd and bring life to the party?

On this episode, Aaron Lutz sits down with Courtney Ricketts and Aric Harding to talk about what it’s like to see the world through the lens of an Enneagram 6 and Enneagram 7.

But more than knowing ourselves better, we want to know and follow Jesus more fully, so how can the Enneagram be used as a tool to grow spiritually?

145: A Conversation with an Enneagram 4 & 5

Have you ever felt misunderstood by the people around you?

Why does your spouse need so much alone time?

On this episode, Rachel Chester talks with Kendra Bates and Mandy Turner about what it’s like to walk in the shoes of an Enneagram 4 and Enneagram 5, and how this tool has helped them to better love and serve God and others.

144: A Conversation with an Enneagram 1 & 2

Do you consistently see things that could be improved?

Do you need to be needed but struggle to express your own needs?

On this episode, Aaron Lutz talks with Sarah Beth Dikun and Abby Willis about what it’s like to see the world through the lens of an Enneagram 1 and Enneagram 2, respectively.

But more importantly, how can the Enneagram be used as a tool to more faithfully follow Jesus?

143: A Conversation with an Enneagram 3

Have you ever wondered why your spouse or friend reacts so differently than you to the same event?

Or, why we all keep struggling with the same fears and obstacles in our spiritual life?

Rachel Chester sits down with Bruce Wesley and Aaron Lutz to discuss the personality type profile, the Enneagram.

They answer how this can be a helpful tool as we try to love others well and grow as disciples of Jesus.

Bruce and Aaron also give us a glimpse into their own personalities and perspectives as Enneagram 3s.

142: A Conversation with Ryan Lehtinen

If Ryan Lehtinen wasn’t the pastor of the Egret Bay Campus, what would he do?

What’s his favorite food?

What are his plans for his sabbatical this summer?

On this episode Lance Lawson talked with Ryan before he went on sabbatical about his family, his passions, and his hope for the future of Clear Creek Community Church and the Egret Bay Campus.

He also shares the story of delivering his third child in his van in a Waffle House parking lot.