I hope you will be challenged and inspired by this week’s episode of the podcast. I am talking with my friend and fellow “world changer for good”, Alexandra Kuykendall. Alex speaks on issues of how faith impacts everyday life. She encourages us to listen well and communicate with generosity and kindness. She has authored four books: Loving My Actual Life, Loving My Actual Christmas, The Artist’s Daughter: A Memoir, Loving My Actual Neighbor and her newest, “Seeking Out Goodness: Finding the True and Beautiful All around You”.
Philippians 4:8 tells us where to center our thought life. It is the roadmap for seeking out goodness.
How does considering what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable in someone else show us more of God’s goodness?
After the last 2 years we’ve had, is it possible for us to still see the good in others?
In this episode Alex, ultimately, reminds us that we find what we’re looking for and the more we seek out goodness and the more we look for the positive, the easier it will be for our brains to identify what is good. When we are encourage our listeners to look for the good. This is not a dismissal of accountability. It’s a challenge to not conform to the attitudes and behaviors of the culture around us, but to make room for the Holy Spirit to transform our thinking through the truth of scripture.
Episode Suggestions & Resources:
Seeking Out Goodness: Finding the True and Beautiful All around You by Alexandra Kuykendall | Buy it on Amazon.com
The Space Between Us: How Jesus Teaches Us to Live Together When Politics and Religion Pull Us Apart by Sarah Anderson
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