The Shaun Tabatt Show
Summary: The Shaun Tabatt Show is an interview-based program connecting you with with thought leaders from across the globe, digging into important topics like creativity, personal development, marketing, health, spirituality, and so much more.
It's always a joy to spend time with my author BFF Sarah Bowling. In this episode, we dig into her latest book "Hey God, Can We Talk?: Real-Life God Encounters for Real-Life Circumstances."
I invited Jennifer LeClaire back to the show to share about the vivid, visionary encounter she received of the war room in Heaven. During our conversation, we get into: -The Details of Jennifer's War Room Encounter -The Mystery of Heaven's Secret Rooms -The Mystery of Your War Assignment -The Mystery of Jezebel's Daughter -A Glimpse into Satan's War Room -How to Build Your Own War Room Here on Earth
For the past several years, my friend Todd Smith has been hosting and stewarding the North Georgia Revival that broke out at his church on February 11, 2018. In this follow-up interview, we explore the many reasons every Christian should be operating in the gift of speaking in tongues and we highlight a great devotional resource that will prepare your heart for revival. Todd brings the fire in this conversation, don't miss it!
Revival happens when passion for God breaks through human restraint and ignites one heart after another with his unquenchable love. I'm excited to share this conversation with my friend Kim Meeder. Her inspiring true God encounters will challenge you to accept Jesus's commission to carry the living flame of His love wherever He leads.
It's an honor to welcome Bethel Church's Bill Johnson back to The Shaun Tabatt Show. In this episode, we explore the importance of spending time in God's presence, God's plan for significance and promotion, and the life-changing spiritual discipline of communion. I always look forward to my time with Bill, because I always learn something that forever shifts my walk with Jesus.
My good friend Ryan Johnson joins me on this episode for a dialog on the state of the church as we begin to navigate 2021 and examine some of the hard things we need to wrestle with as we start to see a way forward.
After a near-fatal heart attack at the age of 35 while 7 months pregnant with twins, Eliz Greene committed herself to uncovering and combating the preventable risk factors for heart disease, which led her to focus on job stress as a deadly and underexamined cause of heart attacks. For nearly 20 years, Eliz has been on a mission to inspire busy people to pay attention to their heart health by identifying and taming their stress environment so that they can create a purpose-driven and enjoyable life.
Tom and Joann Doyle believe that women are a major reason why more Muslims than ever before are coming to faith in Christ. Over the years they have discovered that once God sets a Muslim woman free, she becomes an unstoppable force for God. Their new book Women Who Risk: Secret Agents for Jesus in the Muslim World takes readers into the intimacy of Muslim homes in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran, and other hot spots to see the drama of Christ at work.
Most men don’t find a revolutionary leader in the plastic and convenient Jesus that is taught from the pulpit. Instead, they find a “nice” man and a good teacher that can’t seem to help with their life that’s happening NOW, much less give them purpose and something worth living and dying for. In Way of the Violent, Parker Green issues a call to Christian men to encounter a biblical and powerful Jesus, who is very much alive and ready to lead them into a deep faith that is worth both living and
Reconciling the existence of God and evil has been a long-standing conundrum in Christian theology, yet a philosophical approach--rather than a theological one--dominates the discussion. In his new book What About Evil?, Scott Christensen examines how sin, evil, corruption, and death fit into the broad outlines of redemptive history. He argues that God's ultimate end in creation is to magnify his glory to his image-bearers, most notably by defeating evil through the atoning work of Christ.
Is our world actually reeling toward the prescient days of Noah, those days of unparalleled global turmoil as foretold by Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke? Are we really on the brink of a universal shaking, as a number of today's prophecy watchers are warning? Carl Gallups joins me in this episode to help discern the apocalyptic days we are walking through, offering real answers to some of the toughest and most relevant questions and challenges Christians are facing in this hour.
It's an honor to welcome Helen Andrews, senior editor at The American Conservative to the show to discuss her fascinating new book Boomers: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster.
In Embrace the Suck, Navy SEAL combat veteran and entrepreneur Brent Gleeson provides an actionable roadmap that will empower you to expand your comfort zone so you can begin living a more fulfilling and purposeful life. Using candid stories, behavioral science research, and self-deprecating humor, Brent shows you how to use pain as a pathway, reassess your values, remove temptation, build discipline, suffer with purpose, fail successfully, transform your mind, and achieve more of the goals you set.
Do you feel stretched too thin by trying to do too much? Is there no time left in the day for relaxation or deep thinking? Are you completing thousands of tasks without achieving your goals? It sounds like you need The Focus Project. Let bestselling author Erik Qualman be your guide for discovering the answers and solutions to the challenges you face trying to stay focused in an unfocused world.
Once a month I invite one or two of my friends to take over my show and ask me absolutely anything they want. I don't even know the questions ahead of time. This time around it's my good friend Randy Kay. We reflect on some of the challenges faced by the church and the Chrisitan publishing industry in 2020. We also look ahead to what shifts and pivots are needed for churches, ministries, and publishers to both survive and thrive in 2021 and beyond.