Sometimes you need to talk about lots of issues that are impacting the lives of men and their families, and that is what this show today is all about. My guest, David Norrie, and I cover a wide range of issues from politics and Christianity, to porn and womanizing and sex, to drugs, to technology, and to how God provides a way out for men who are feeling alone. It is a conversation that covers all sorts of issues that matter to men, and could have gone on for hours longer than we did!
Please note that we do discuss some mature topics in this conversation, so you might not want to listen to this episode with young kids.
David Norrie is a devoted husband, father, entrepreneur and the founder of Turned On, a platform he created along with his wife Angelike to help preserve the lost art of face-to-face connection within the home, workspace and faith community.
Identifying himself as “a student of human interaction,” his mission is to open the eyes of those people who have put their lives on autopilot and to make them more aware of the disconnection that is rapidly happening in board rooms, bedrooms, living rooms, coffee shops, churches and social media platforms. He desires to help people stop watering down their ability to interact with one another and express themselves more authentically by being “TURNED ON” to see with new eyes and listen with new ears to the possibilities happening all around them. He hopes to restore the light to a world going dark.
What are your thoughts on pastors being arrested, in front of their kids, for sharing the gospel?
Why care about worldly issues of politics and government as Christians?
How do we reconcile the current issue of “agree with me or you’re a hater” that has gripped our culture?
What are the critical building blocks for understanding biblical principles?
How does God provide a way out for men who feel like they are all alone?
How do dads lead their kids away from the pornified and counterfeit world?
What does it mean to be a real man, when it comes to women and sex?
How can men get better at communication in our families?
How do we work on controlling our thoughts and actions?
How should we respond to men who are willing to stand up against porn?
What’s the best way to respond to a guy who is bragging about his sexual conquests?
What happens when we chase after something we can never catch?
Verses Mentioned: Acts 28:25-26. 2 Samuel 23:13, Numbers 33:2, Jeremiah 36:1-2, Galatians 1:11-12, Thessalonians 2:13, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Romans 1:25, 1 Corinthians 13:11