Episode 17 (Interview with Dave Ebert): Loving God, Ourselves, and Others Through Depression
In Churchthink's first interview episode, Dave Ebert and I discuss how to love God, ourselves, and others through depression. We discuss signs that other people are depressed and how to help them, ways the church can help depressed people, and we encourage anyone who is struggling to take a brave step and reach out to someone. If you are depressed or you know someone who is or you just want to know more about depression and how to help people who struggle with it, you will be blessed by this episode. More about Dave Ebert: Dave Ebert is a credentialed minister, improviser, improv coach, speaker, and host of the Gifts for Glory Podcast, a show featuring testimonies of faith and how the guests are using their gifts for God's glory. Dave rededicated his life to God in January 2013, and shortly thereafter he relocated back to the Chicago suburbs where he's spent the last 8 years using his gifts for God's glory. He founded the Well Versed Comedy improv ministry team in 2013 and has been performing clean comedy all over Chicago-land since. Since 2018, Dave has been using his passion for God and comedy in teaching improv to sex trafficking survivors. Dave has a passion for using the healing power of God-honoring comedy. LINKS: Dave Ebert (Acting/Speaking/Improv Coaching) email@example.com daveebert.gifts4glory.com firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @realdaveebert Gifts for Glory Ministries gifts4glory.com Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @gifts4glory Well Versed Comedy wellversedcomedy.com Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @wellversedCMDY
January 24, 2021
Episode 16: Our God is a God of Renewal. That is Why We Can Have Joy No Matter Our Circumstances (Christmas Devotional)
This is a special Christmas devotional episode. Our God is a God of renewal. That is why we can have joy no matter our circumstances.
December 23, 2020
Are we trying to rationally convince people or are we just trying to be right?
There’s a lot of mud slinging nowadays, even in the church. Is this a constructive approach—one that will actually get everyone to consider all sides of the argument and make a more informed decision? Or will it only generate hostility?
July 17, 2019