Relationships can be tough. When there is tension with the people you love, it can make connecting with someone you genuinely care about difficult. Whether it’s a friend, lover, loser, or leaver, the unpredictability of people makes relationships…interesting…at the very least. The latest episode of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast covers relationships, in all their glory. In this […]
In this Episode of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, I get honest about my struggles during the Easter season. I talk about Jesus, the Cross, and the Resurrection. I ask the question, “What the hell do we do with Jesus?” I talk about faith, doubt, atheism, Christianity, and feeling stuck somewhere in-between. I talk about attending an […]
The #AskSteveAustin Twitter hashtag is really taking off. I’m getting new questions, every single day, and trying to answer as many as possible. What’s your biggest question? What’s the question that keeps you up at night? The one that gnaws at your soul? The one you feel you can’t ask anybody else? Is it about […]
“According to the World Health Organization, 350 million people suffer from depression, yet at any given time, we can feel alone.” That’s the opening line for the Giving Voice to Depression podcast. And it’s true. At times, those of us who live with mental illness, feel like we are suffering all alone. It was true […]
Do you have a list of memorable conversations in your memory? Ones you wish you could go back and replay from time to time? Maybe because they were life-changing, maybe because they taught you some incredible lesson, or maybe because they made you laugh your ass off. I have had those conversations, too.
My friend Tanner Gers is a blind paralympian, an entrepreneur, and an extreme motivator. He’s incredibly creative and one super successful dude. His podcast, “The Creative Success Show” is #1 on iTunes for a reason. I sat down with Tanner recently for a two-part interview on suicide prevention.
I had such a great time during my interview with Troy McLaughlin from Project Pastor! Talking with Troy is just like having coffee with an old friend. He has a great big heart, to see pastors and their families healed and full of hope.
During our interview, we discussed mental illness, addiction, and faith. We talked about life with Jesus and the hope that still exists in the Church today. I’m always pumped to share my story with a new audience.