Randall WorleyBrushstrokes of Grace
“The two greatest myths that we, as humans, believe, are the myth of separation and the myth of scarcity.”
Grace, empathy, spiritual maturity, identity, destiny, purpose, and a sense of our eternal significance and worth; in this podcast, Randall Worley dives headlong into the measureless transforming and reconciling mystery of the love of God.
“My definition of empathy is the echo of someone else’s pain.”
“If there is anything the message of Jesus teaches us it is solidarity.”
“He (Jesus) is what being human, really looks like.”
“The two greatest myths that we, as humans, believe, is the myth of separation and the myth of scarcity.”
“Jesus doesn’t want you to live for Him, He wants to live His life through you.”
“We have to make a choice at some point…whether we want a mind that makes sense or a heart that makes love.”
“Love has to have an object…love that is not manifested is not love.”
“Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven, that happened in the creation account. The idea of family began with Him.”
“The first image of adoration in scripture is the creation story…God was adoring us before we were.”
Podcast intro and outro music by Wilde Assembly
Jason Clark is a writer, speaker, and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.
Randall Worley hosts interviews on his Instagram and I (Jason) was honored to have a conversation with him about the goodness of God, the mystery of faith, the sovereignty of God, and how we are navigating the murky waters of offense in these unprecedented times.
I also share about the heart behind why I wrote the book, God Is (Not) In Control / The Whole Story Is Better Than You Think
Randall Worley is an author, speaker, leadership consultant, and life coach. For 40 years he has traveled the world speaking in conferences, seminars, and schools inspiring his audiences to think progressively about the role of the kingdom of God in the world.