Why Everything We Do Matters So Much

Have you ever asked, What can I do to mend the world, my family, or my own life? And if I could, why bother? Does my own small part even matter?

This week on the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar is joined by Charlie Peacock and his wife Andi Ashworth. They discuss a model for expressing love in marriage, friendship, citizenship, and every kind of work—even in the midst of cynicism, fear, exhaustion, and oppression.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • Why simple things in life can make such a big difference in the long run.
  • Why we are all culture-makers… even if we don’t know it.
  • A theology of imagination and creativity that provides a framework for all of life.
  • How our lives can help move people in the direction of Jesus–or away from him!

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Charlie Peacock and his wife Andi Ashworth

From this episode:

We really believe that you’re never going to win the culture or create a movement based on what you’re against or who you’re against, but what are you about? Who are you for? And we see in Christ that he’s with and for everybody.


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Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

Coaching with Caesar and Tina in discipleship and missional living.

Free Discipleship and Missional Resources

Why Everything That Doesn’t Matter, Matters So Much


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