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Best Dan Allend podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Dan Allend podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Welcome to Undone Redone, the podcast that talks the messiness of life…addiction and infidelity…grace and reconciliation…marriage and family…authenticity and faith. Tray and Mel are a couple that know a thing or two about messy and who are thrilled that their divorce did not work out! Let's talk about scandalous grace! All show notes and more of their story at http://www.undoneredone.com.
 
The Allender Center Podcast features Dr. Dan Allender and his team engaging topics on healing and restoration through the unique intersection of theology and psychology. Through questions submitted by listeners, stories, interviews, and conversations, we engage the deep places of heartache and hope that are rarely addressed so candidly in our culture today. Join us to gain refreshing insight into understanding your story, handling relational struggles, recovering from trauma and abuse, and m ...
 
Sixth & I celebrates the unexpected convergence of arts, culture, and spirituality by hosting impactful, entertaining, and thought-provoking programs for the Washington, DC community and beyond. Sixth & I LIVE brings you exclusive access to the conversations on our stage with today’s leading authors, politicians, comedians, artists, journalists, actors, and thought leaders. Learn more at sixthandi.org.
 
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Hey Friends, David here today (President at Paterson and host of the Paterson Podcast). One of the beautiful gifts of getting to host this podcast is the opportunity to invite incredible people to join us for conversations; including those men and women who have greatly influenced my own life. It’s a delight to share the wisdom and work of these in…
 
On this week’s episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Melody sits down with returning guest Leslie Vernick to discuss walking through betrayals, infidelity, and heartbreak in a relationship. Leslie gives our listeners some tips on how to recognize a toxic person or a toxic relationship and what you can do in those situations. She also explains how a…
 
Continuing to talk about the impact of the pandemic on relationships, Dr. Dan Allender and Rachael Clinton Chen invite Dr. Steve Call into a conversation about the impact of covid-19 on marriage. We do not approach this topic lightly—we know there is much heartache and brokenness in many homes. Marriage itself is full of complexity and possibility.…
 
Today we have the honor of being joined by Mark Suster. Mark is the Managing Partner at Upfront Ventures, the largest venture capital firm in LA. Before stepping into the world of VC, Mark started and sold 2 companies (selling the last company to Salesforce, where he became VP, Products). Mark is also a prominent blogger – you can check out his tho…
 
America’s independent restaurants face a future in which half their tables stand empty. Anne McElvoy asks award-winning chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson how restaurants can reinvent their business models to survive. They talk about converting chic eateries into community kitchens in the covid-19 crisis and why he thinks Joe Biden deserves a …
 
“There are broken parts in every one of us that need a good parent.” Dr. Dan Allender Rachael Clinton Chen and Dr. Dan Allender have a conversation with Meredith Dancause—a pastor, writer, and parenting expert—about the complexity of being a parent during a pandemic. Not only parenting young children, but how to be a good parent to ourselves. With …
 
“I cannot achieve my way out of this, I can only grieve my way through this.” – Steve Carter Hello friends, David here. On today’s episode we are joined by author, speaker and pastor Steve Carter. Steve is the author of the book This Invitational Life, creator of the Desert Sessions, and co-host of The Home Team podcast, with ESPN’s Sam Ponder and …
 
The writer of “The Wire” and “The Deuce” takes a break from the dark side of real life to explore an alternative history in which Franklin D Roosevelt lost the 1940 presidential election to an anti-Semitic isolationist—on a platform to lead America towards fascism. As the country prepares for a very different election, Anne McElvoy asks David Simon…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody chat with returning guest, Dr. Barbara Lowe, to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic from a mental health perspective. Dr. Lowe discusses ways to treat your physical, mental, and spiritual health during quarantine, and, even as life begins to return to normal, what we can do to address l…
 
In today’s conversation we are joined by Jennie Allen. Jennie is the Founder and Visionary of IF: Gathering, a million strong movement of women around the world. Jennie is also a best selling author of a number of books including Nothing to Prove, Restless, and her latest best seller, Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts. Whi…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Dan Allender and Rachael Clinton Chen talk with Heather Stringer about her creative process of stepping into a moment in someone’s story in order to create a ritual. Heather invites us to pause, gather a few items, and participate in a special ritual to account for the past few days and to ask: How do I need to m…
 
Liberty is curtailed around the world during the global pandemic. With the costs of lockdown mounting, Americans are divided over how far and how fast to reopen. Anne McElvoy asks Dan Crenshaw, a rising star in the Republican ranks in Congress, whether the coronavirus is forcing conservatives to embrace a new era of big government. As his own state…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody chat with Elyse Fitzpatrick & Eric Schumacher to discuss their book Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women, a timely resource that dives into the value, place, and calling of women in the church. But, as they explain in this interview, this isn't a book just for women, but also of…
 
Dr. Dan Allender and Rachael Clinton Chen invite Heather Stringer, a facilitator at The Allender Center, therapist, and ritual-maker, to begin a conversation about the importance of ritual and routine in a season of traumatic disruption. What does the loss of our previously held routines mean for each of us, and how can creating rituals become life…
 
Seventy-five years after the end of the second world war in Europe, armed forces around the world have been mobilised to fight a new common enemy. Anne McElvoy asks General Sir Nick Carter, Britain's chief of the defence staff, what lessons past wars hold for conquering the coronavirus. He explains the work of the secretive 77 Brigade in fighting d…
 
On this week's episode of The Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Russ Morgan & Joey Mure of Wealth Without Wall Street to discuss financial security during COVID-19. Joey and Russ share their expertise to our listeners to help them navigate the financial minefield that is the COVID-19 pandemic. They explain the things every person…
 
Today we have the privilege of hearing from Ellen Agler. Ellen serves as the CEO of the END Fund, working to see an end to the suffering caused by Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) that affect over 1 billion people world wide. Most of us have probably never heard of Neglected Tropical Diseases; and yet it is a massive issue affecting over a billio…
 
In their final conversation, Dr. Dan Allender, Diane Summers, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD, and Matt Tiemeyer, LHMC, explore ways we can heal our relationship with food and our bodies. No matter where we are in our journey with food or disordered eating, it is never too late to “turn back to kindness.” Resources: Matt Tiemeyer practices at Blue Harbor Counseli…
 
COVID-19 has shut down the US economy and many are feeling the effects as unemployment applications hit record levels. On this week's show, Tray and Melody talk with Financial Coach Ericka Young to discuss how to handle financial uncertainty during this unprecedented pandemic. Ericka offers practical guidance to help navigate the current financial …
 
In a year of plagues, power struggles and star-crossed lovers divided by lockdown, Anne McElvoy asks James Shapiro, author of “Shakespeare in a Divided America”, what the bard would make of it all. Shakespeare is claimed by Americans of all political stripes. But how can a lad from 16th-century Stratford-upon-Avon illuminate the past and future of …
 
Today we have the privilege of speaking with inspirational leader Nick Grono. Nick was appointed as the inaugural CEO of the Freedom Fund in 2014, to launch an ambitious effort to mobilize the knowledge, capital and expertise needed to end modern slavery. In the first 5 years of their operation, the Freedom Fund worked with frontline partners to di…
 
“We are all too willing to turn over our awareness around our bodies to something outside of ourselves, whether its praise or shame of some kind.” Picking up their conversation from the first episode, Dr. Dan Allender, Diane Summers,RDN, CEDRD-S, CD, and Matt Tiemeyer, LMHC, continue talking about the connection between desire, shame, and food. Not…
 
As billions of people remain in lockdown to stem the coronavirus, Anne McElvoy asks the Chilean author whether imagination is the cure for isolation. Allende, who lives in California, talks about why she loves her adopted home and her hopes for the political future of Latin America. Plus, long lunches, hard truths with Pablo Neruda, and the urgent …
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Therapist Bryce Landwehr to discuss how to parent a child that has been exposed to pornography. Bryce explains that especially since we all have more free time during the COVID-19 pandemic, its more important than ever to ensure that we have a proper way to talk to o…
 
“Why are we at war with food?” Dr. Dan Allender hosts two guests, Matt Tiemeyer, LMHC, and Diane Summers, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD , to begin a three-part conversation about the war many of us wage against food and our bodies. In this strange space we find ourselves, food and how we nourish our bodies can become a way of gaining control, particularly for t…
 
“Problems are there to be solved, not to be lived with.” If we could sum up Chesca Colloredo-Mansfeld’s approach to life in one phrase, that might be a good one to use. “I believe it is very possible for a single person, or a team of people, to actually solve a big problem,” says Chesca. Chesca is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of MiracleFee…
 
A global contagion requires global solutions. The big technology platforms that have been targets of politicians and regulators are now at the centre of efforts to fight the coronavirus. Anne McElvoy asks Margrethe Vestager, EU competition commissioner, whether the pandemic has killed the techlash. The “giant-slayer” in charge of the EU’s digital s…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray sits down with Army Ranger Jeff Struecker to discuss what it means to be a man. Jeff and Tray discuss how we should mend men who are suffering from brokenness and how to build boys into men. We often try to grow up being a man without ever having someone properly teach us what it means to tr…
 
“We are living in a time where the visceral nature of impermanence is inescapable.” Today we have the remarkable privilege of connecting with Jerry Colonna— the man NPR called the CEO Whisperer. Jerry is the CEO of Reboot.io, an executive coaching and leadership development firm whose coaches and facilitators are committed to the notion that better…
 
Rachael Clinton Chen and Dr. Dan Allender have a poignant conversation about making space for the tension and grief of Holy Saturday. In the protestant Christian tradition, the movement from Good Friday to Easter Sunday often bypasses Saturday—the day Jesus “spent time before the face of evil itself.” How then do we engage the reality of Holy Satur…
 
As governments around the world see their finances savaged by the pandemic, emerging economies are crying out for cash. More countries are turning to the International Monetary Fund for support than at any point in its history. In an exclusive podcast interview ahead of its Spring Meetings, host Anne McElvoy and Zanny Minton Beddoes, The Economist’…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Gary Thomas to talk specifically to ministry leaders who are overwhelmed in the midst of an unprecedented time with COVID-19. Gary explains how ministry leaders need to identify their strengths in the church and when to recognize that something is outside of "their l…
 
Today, in light of COVID 19, we take a few minutes to ask: What might we each do to cultivate quiet in this moment? As David mentions, “When we can get to a place of quiet, our hearing becomes more attentive.” What is it we need to listen to right now? And what does it look like to cultivate quiet spaces in this particular moment of history? Perhap…
 
We find ourselves in the midst of a collective trauma that both exposes, overwhelms, and compounds past traumas. In this new reality, as we come upon the end of the Lenten season, “how do we live as though the resurrection is more true than death?” Rachael Clinton Chen offers words of grounding and hope as she invites us into a different kind of pr…
 
The global total of confirmed coronavirus cases has exceeded one million; a quarter of them are in America. The new epicentre of this pandemic is the New York tri-state area. As politicians argue over how to save lives and the economy, Anne McElvoy asks Cory Booker, a senator from New Jersey, whether America can unite to fight the virus. They talk …
 
Get Your Questions Answered! Tray and Melody's journey has provided unique wisdom and insight in the areas of marriage, parenting, pornography addiction recovery, and betrayal trauma. Each Wednesday at 2 PM CST, you have the opportunity to have any specific questions you might have answered on Q&A with Mel & Tray, a new feature being offered by Und…
 
Do I believe God is still good even in the midst of profound suffering I don’t understand?” Our world continues to change in monumental ways. In this episode, Rachael Clinton Chen and Dr. Dan Allender engage the implications and anxieties brought about by Covid-19, but also turn our attention to the goodness, power, and protection of God. Resources…
 
This week we wrap up our mini series on the Thinking Wavelength by diving into the space of Conceivers. “Conceivers live in a space that is, by nature, grey. It’s ambiguous. It’s less concrete,” comments David. Conceivers are theorists. They are captivated by the next. They love living in the wonder of what things could be. However, sometimes Conce…
 
For decades Sir David Attenborough has brought the natural world into people’s homes. But his upcoming film, “A Life On Our Planet”, offers a stark message about human impact on the environment. Anne McElvoy asks the godfather of natural history television where he draws the line between wonder and warning. Does his work have the power to change he…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with military spouse and minister Megan Brown. Megan works with the military community, specifically spouses, on how to connect into your community as a military spouse and increase community engagement with active duty members and veterans alike. Military life and the tr…
 
In their final conversation about authority, Rachael Clinton Chen and Dr. Dan Allender return to complex waters to discuss mutual submission, what good authority looks like, and what it means for us to submit to those in authority. Oftentimes words like submission are difficult to hear because they have been misused by those in positions of authori…
 
We’re excited to continue the conversation around the Thinking Wavelength. If you haven’t done so already, we invite you to jump back to episode 55, the start of this mini-series. Today we dive in to what it means to be a Finder on the Thinking Wavelength. Finders are more comfortable with risk, change and the variables in life. “Central to Finders…
 
What does it mean to be a Christian in a moment like this? How then, shall we live? Rachael Clinton Chen and Dr. Dan Allender continue to talk about the impact of Covid-19 and the rapid ways our world continues to change, even in the few days following our first episode. Throughout their conversation you’ll hear words of hope, encouragement, and so…
 
Why is America divided? Anne McElvoy asks the editor-at-large of Vox Media and podcast host about whether the coronavirus pandemic will bring Americans together or further apart, if Donald Trump is a symptom or cause of polarization in America and why podcasts are the platform to find common ground. Also, when did Klein last change his mind? Please…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Melody sits down with trafficking survivor Christa Lynn. Christa tells Melody how she survived a life filled with neglect, addictions and trafficking, and how she is using that experience to help children, teens and young adults recover from the trauma of human trafficking. Christa Lynn works clo…
 
In light of recent, world-altering events, Dan and Rachael sat down to check in with each other and have an honest conversation about the impact of COVID-19. A global pandemic cannot help but bring issues of trauma to the surface. Though we are not trying to resolve all that is unfolding in your own circumstances, we do want to be present and offer…
 
Rachael Clinton Chen and Dr. Dan Allender continue their conversation about authority, this week diving into who we’re meant to trust and submit to in a healthy, biblical way that leads to our flourishing. To begin the episode, Dan reads from Romans 13, a passage often referenced in conjunction with the topic of authority. Both Rachael and Dan ackn…
 
The covid-19 pandemic is spreading fast, bringing immense uncertainty to individuals, governments and the global economy. Lord Mervyn King, who led the Bank of England through the depths of the global financial crisis, faced turbulent times. Anne McElvoy asks the former governor whether forecasters can keep up in the era of coronavirus. Also, how p…
 
On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with guests Tod Jacobs and Peter Lynn, authors of Not a Partnership, to discuss why we seem to keep getting marriage wrong and what we can do to make our marriages stronger. Tod and Peter present tools and strategies to not only sustain marriages, but to enrich them as we…
 
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