How Can We Find Hope in Brokenness?

Part Two of My Conversation With Pastor Shane Idleman

By James Robison Published on March 3, 2020

“One thing about pastors is if we’re not very transparent, we can’t help a lot of people.”

In this second part of our conversation, Pastor Shane Idleman opens up about his broken past and how that has affected his family and ministry. His desire is to use those experiences to bring hope to those who are suffering.

If you haven’t already, be sure to watch the first part of our conversation: “How Can the Church Confront a Sinful Culture?” Three more parts will be released in the coming days.

WATCH:

 
 

Part One: “How Can The Church Confront a Sinful Culture?”

Part Two: “How Can We Find Hope in Brokenness?”

Part Three: “Stop Giving Authority to Satan: You Are a Priest and King NOW!”

Part Four: “Why Socialism is Not Biblical: A Pastor’s View”

Part Five: “The Key to Reaching Millennials With Gospel Truth”

 

James Robison is The Stream’s founder and publisher. He is co-founder of LIFE Outreach International and co-host of LIFE Today. He’s the author of many books, including Indivisible (with Jay Richards) and Living Amazed.

Shane Idleman is the founder and lead pastor of Westside Christian Fellowship in Southern California and is the author of several books, including Answers for a Confused Church and One Nation “Above” God. He has also written several popular articles here for The Stream.

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