Happy Thanksgiving!! This week, Jimmy chats with long-time patron favorites Jenny and Tyler about fighting for your flourishing in this crazy year of 2020. Jimmy also announces their exclusive album releasing to our higher level patrons next week! Get ready to be inspired by their beautiful artistry and even more by their beautiful family. And on Black Friday, be sure to head over to http://lovegoodculture.com/store to get your hands on the best deals of the holiday season!
Regular contributor Fr. Ryan Adorjan sits down again with Jimmy for a conversation inspired by Michael D. O'Brien’s novel Strangers and Sojourners. They dive into themes of freedom, vulnerability, and what it means to "love the enemy within." We're only a week away from the holiday season, so be sure to follow Love Good on Instagram and catch all the Black Friday deals (and so much more) coming your way soon: http://instagram.com/lovegoodculture/
Jason Craig is back! He joins Jimmy again to chat about the importance of agrarianism and how his family thrives working the land. This Thursday, Jason and Jimmy are co-hosting Reclaim Fatherhood, a live workshop for men who are ready to lay hold of their true identity in a culture of perpetual adolescence. Sign up for $15 today at http://reclaimfatherhood.com!
Did you know that compassion is a virtue? It's a big week in American politics and a good opportunity to take a step back and remember what matters most. In today's episode, Jimmy chats with regular contributor Dr. Ryan Hanning about the role of social virtues like compassion and how they can heal our divided land. Also, be the first to register for Reclaim Fatherhood, an amazing men's workshop with Jimmy and Jason Craig happening next Thursday, Nov. 12th! Sign up today at http://reclaimfatherhood.com.
Beginning with the first lines of John Henry Newman's perennial book The Idea of a University, Jimmy and Fr. Ryan break open a traditional vision for education and its role in shaping culture. We're only a week away from Election Day in America, so enjoy stepping back and diving into this philosophical conversation that has nothing (and everything) to do with politics. Then head over to http://joinlovegood.com so you can subscribe as a patron and watch the full video of this conversation (alongside all of our premium content)!
Jimmy is joined today by Sarah Kroger, an old friend whose original music has defined life-changing moments for young people at camps and conferences all over the world. Sarah shares stories behind her new album "Light" that drops on Friday and models the courage it takes to be vulnerable to overcome darkness in our lives. To pre-save or stream "Light" everywhere digital music is found, visit https://www.sarahkroger.com!
This week, Jimmy sits down with old friend and singer/songwriter PJ Anderson to talk about new music, meeting popes, and leading pilgrimages to the most beautiful city in the world: Rome, Italy. At the end of the conversation, PJ performs a still-unreleased song and reminds us of the power of live music. To get your ears on all our past livestream concerts with artists like Scott Mulvahill, Jordy Searcy, and others, subscribe as a patron TODAY at http://joinlovegood.com!
For the first time ever, we’re sitting down with one of our regular contributors to celebrate the release of his BRAND NEW BOOK. Yep, you heard that right. Dr. Ryan Hanning has co-authored “The Willpower Advantage” and reminds us today that true humility is living in the truth of who you are. To take a deep dive into your own strengths and weaknesses, better understand your temperament, and be empowered in your pursuit of virtue, go buy Ryan’s new book today: https://www.ignatius.com/The-WillPower-Advantage-P3677.aspx
How do you find your true potential in life without compromising humility? Can you be a creative genius while still acknowledging your own limitations? In today’s follow-up conversation with singer/songwriter Kevin Heider, the answers to these questions become clear. Listen through to the end of the episode to catch his live performance. Then be sure to sign up for Thursday’s livestream concert (including meet & greet access with Kevin Heider) at http://lovegoodlive.com.
Do you remember a world before masks and social distancing? We certainly do. As we inch closer to America's upcoming presidential election, it's important to exercise the power of our memory for the good and not for evil. Memory is meant to bless us, not to haunt us. It's meant to make us vigilant, not spiteful. In this first of two back-to-back episodes with singer/songwriter Kevin Heider, we jump into all of this and more. Sign up for our upcoming livestream concert with Kevin Heider at http://lovegoodlive.com.