Love, Joy, Creativity, and Space Jam - An Interview with Brad Montague

Episode 36 · March 16th, 2017 · 42 mins 45 secs

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Guest: Brad Montague, the creative mind behind Kid President
General Topic: The power of love, joy, and creativity

Introduction to Brad Montague (0:51)
Brad's love for kids (2:25)
Philosophy of communication (5:51)
Source of Brad's hope and joy (9:13)
Responding to life's challenges (13:05)
Faith like a child (16:18)
Smuggling hope (20:07)
Kids' advice on being a better grown up (23:07)
What's your Space Jam? (25:12)
Challenging creative experience (32:11)
Impactful communicators (35:09)
Recommended books and resources (37:44)
How to follow Brad (41:00)

One more thing!
Brad emailed me afterward and said he forgot to mention some friends of his who "help me see God in ways I often forget." Check out their current project on YouTube here:

Reaching out to our guest
@TheBradMontague (Twitter)
@BradMontague (Instagram)

Next Episode arrives April 6, 2017!
An interview with Rev. Jim Harnish, author and retired United Methodist pastor

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