When anxiety hits, it’s time to examine our thoughts. In today’s episode, Jamie Stodola, LMFT, takes us through simple mindfulness practices to slow the flow of our anxious brains. This episode is packed full of practical ideas that anyone can use!
Season Three: Stories of Overflow
Occasionally we interact with people who seem to be living a life that is truly overflowing. Their joy is radiant and their love is almost tangible! In this season, we're talking with some of these kind of people to hear their stories of personal transformation and learn their secrets to living from the overflow.Via Email
When did your anxiety begin? Maybe it started before you could even talk, or maybe it’s far more complicated. Karl and Filip ask Jamie Stodola, LMFT, why some people seem more anxious than others. They talk more about the mind being a battlefield and dive into some listener questions.
Anxiety is both a mind and body experience, but we often just focus on the mind. In today’s episode, Jamie Stodola, LMFT, teaches us the seven different types of anxiety and how they manifest in the body. We discuss Jesus’ advice to a woman who was anxious, and when it may be a good idea to seek professional help.
The Bible isn’t quiet about seeking good counsel, so why does the church seem to be? Our guest, Jamie Stodola, a licensed marriage and family therapist, is back with Karl and Filip to unpack common hangups Christians have with counseling and why it’s so important to find someone who is Christ-focused.
Even before the global pandemic, the prevalence rates of anxiety and depression around the world have been steadily rising. So this season, Karl and Filip are talking with Jamie Stodola, LMFT to learn how we can fight back towards an overflowing life. This is part one of the conversation.
Kevin Wilson makes a mean cup of chai… and he’s using it to pour into others. Join Karl and Kevin in this last episode of season 3 as they explore the importance of sharing our stories to help others. It is, we think, the essence of overflow.
As an atheistic evolutionist, Kim Busl lived to please himself, until a cocaine-snorting history teacher got his attention. Driven by the gospel to care for and bless others, Kim and his wife moved to Africa to commit themselves to passing Grace on.
Matt Parra’s disenchanting life in the fast lane was disrupted by a phone call that he didn’t pick up. Join Karl and Matt as they talk about being discipled, discipling others, and why both are crucial to leading an overflowing life.
Storyteller Kaleb Eisele champions those who may not otherwise have a voice. Bothered by impersonal ministry styles in the churches around him, Kaleb simply began to listen to and connect with people. Karl and Kaleb talk about recognizing the humanity in those we don’t understand and how to be good listeners.