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 an honor to welcome David Liscum to the show to share about House of Peace's wonderful new album Welcome to the River.
My friend Debbie Kitterman flows in the gift of prophetic encouragement. She wants to activate you in the ability to bring strength, encouragement, comfort, and even emotional and physical healing to the world around you. Be bold and step into a lifestyle of prophetic encouragement.
Back in 2018-2019, I had the pleasure of working with the real Pastor Jason Noble, who many of you may know from the major motion picture Breakthrough that shares the miraculous resurrection story of John Smith who died after falling through the ice. I enjoyed finding out what Jason has learned along the way as he's helped John and his mother Joyce steward this miraculous story. Listen and be encouraged.
Putty Putman grew up with no grid for the supernatural. He didn't believe that God even moved in signs, wonders, and miracles anymore, but that all changed on a trip to China when God used Putty to heal a woman and deliver her from a demon. Fast forward 10 years and God has used Putty's School of Kingdom Ministry to active thousands of men and women across the globe to see the miraculous breakthrough in their life and ministry.
Do you ever wonder why you're not experiencing the freedom and abundant life promised in Scripture? Despite the freedom that Jesus purchased at the cross, many Christians still live in bondage because they are unaware of the lavish spiritual blessings that God has opened to them. Kathrine Ruonala wants to help you discover the incredible freedom and abundance that Jesus promised—in every area of your life!
In this episode, I share my conversation with Jamie Wright. What I appreciated about Jamie’s book The Very Worst Missionary: A Memoir or Whatever and about this conversation is that she gives an honest take on her journey of wrestling with faith and being part of and fitting into a faith community. Honestly, it reminded me of my interview with Rachel Held Evans back in the day. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Jamie Wright, the very worst missionary.
Today I’m digging deep into the vault for what is actually the 10th podcast I ever recorded way back in the day. It’s a conversation with veteran homeschooler Marilyn Boyer about her wonderful book For You They Signed: The Spiritual Heritage of Those Who Shaped Our Nation. This is a resource my wife and I have appreciated through the years as we’ve homeschooled our children and it’s one we highly recommend. I hope you enjoy this conversation.
Sarah Cheesman loves the prophetic and believes that hearing the voice of God is the most natural thing for every believer and indeed, their birthright! She desires to present the prophetic in its simplicity and in doing so, unlocking it and making it accessible to everyone. I’m confident God is going get you stirred up and activated during this wonderful conversation.
I'm excited to welcome my friend Dr. Michael Heiser back to the show. In this episode, we discuss his recent books "Demons: What the Bible Really Says About the Powers of Darkness" and "A Companion to the Book of Enoch: A Reader's Commentary, Vol I: The Book of the Watchers (1 Enoch 1-36)."
Kamal Ravikant has meditated with monks in the Himalayas, served as a US Army Infantry soldier, walked 550 miles across Spain, and cofounded several companies and a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. In this interview, we dig into the story behind the original self-published edition of his book Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It and why it was time for a new and expanded edition. This will easily be one of my top 3 favorite conversations of 2020. Don't miss it!
America finds herself at a moral tipping point, having abandoned much of her original Christian influence. Is there still time for America to reclaim her moral compass or is it too late? Don't miss this sobering yet hopeful discussion with LTC Robert L. Maginnis about his eye-opening new book Collision Course.
Tough beginnings taught Alyson Van Hooser how to unlock the power of an ownership mindset to overcome great adversity and achieve audacious goals. In this interview, we cover some of her time tested strategies for taking responsibility to seize control of who you are, what you do, and what your life has the potential to become.
I'm sharing a big reveal in this special episode! I recently launched a new show on Destiny Image TV called Unlocking the Supernatural. During the month of July 2020, we've moved all of our episodes in front of the paywall, so you can binge-watch them all for FREE. Visit ShaunTabatt.com/UTS1 to watch them all. To give you a feel for the format and rhythm of the show, I'm sharing the audio of my recent talk with Adam F. Thompson.
Were America's founders deists aiming for a strict separation of church and state or were their political ideas profoundly influenced by their Christian convictions? Listen to this conversation with distinguished professor Mark David Hall for some helpful insight on separating modern myth from historical truth.
In this episode, I sit down with my brother-in-law Putty Putman to unpack how God chose a "Baptist boy" and used him to launch a school that has trained 6,000 plus people across the globe to flow in the gifts of the Holy Spirit and usher in the Kingdom wherever they go, which was something he didn't believe was even possible when this all got started. You don't want to miss this classic episode pulled from the Author Talks vault.