In Episode 31 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, Steve is joined by two of his IRL friends, Dennis Gable and Angie Von Slaughter. Dennis and Angie are designers who know a thing or two about messy grace and vulnerability. Listen to this powerful conversation between three great friends.
Welcome to Week One of Steve Austin's brand-new weekly affirmation episode. Each week, this will be a mix of affirmations, meditation, contemplation, and prayer. Steve hopes it encourages you to get silent, look deep into your soul, below the surface of all the noise and find out who you are at the core of your being.
Week one's theme: love.
Recovery from a suicide attempt feels a lot like resurrection. For the spouse of someone who just caused their own near-death experience, managing the aftermath is unthinkable and overwhelming. In Episode 24 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, Rev. Liz Edman interviews Steve and Lindsey Austin. This one is all about the years of recovery since the day Steve tried to die. This extremely vulnerable conversation is the messy marriage story the Austins have been waiting five years to share.
In Episode 19 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, Steve Austin talks with Christopher Stroop, creator of the viral hashtag #EmptyThePews.
If you're sickened over Charlottesville, Evangelical Christianity's love-affair with Donald Trump, or the recent Nashville Statement, this is a conversation you do not want to miss!
On Episode 15 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, Steve Austin talks with a very special guest, The Reverend Ed Bacon. Together, these friends discuss the wonderful truth about Heaven and Hell. Having conversations around Heaven and Hell can be heavy, scary, and devisive. That's exactly why Steve invited Ed Bacon for this "Ask the Expert" segment.
In Episode 14 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, Steve Austin talks about getting naked. What would our relationships look life if we stripped it all away and stood, naked and unashamed, in front of those we care about? What would it do for our own mental health, if we peeled back the layers of fear, shame, and guilt, and saw ourselves for the first time? How might we heal, if we undressed from the unrealistic expectations of other people and institutions, and looked into a mirror of mercy, and began to practice some self-love?