Paul Young on writing The Shack

Paul Young on Writing The Shack [Part 1]

One of the most inspirational and controversial books in recent years is The Shack. Recently, it was made into a major motion picture. In this episode of the Born to Be Podcast, we have an open conversation with Paul Young, author of The Shack. Even though it only took 6 months to pen The Shack, Paul says it took 50 years to actually write it. It was a journey of pain and recovery. It was a journey of letting go of secrets and learning to experience true Love.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Do we have the right view of God?
  • What does it mean to trust God with our secrets?
  • Are relationships worth the risk?
  • How does a relationship with God differ from a religion in God?

Paul Young challenges us with deep thoughts about who God is and how we can interact with Him. Whether you are familiar with The Shack or not, you’ll enjoy this honest conversation about life, pain, and love with Paul Young.

About the Born to Be Podcast

The Born to Be Podcast is dedicated to help you discover your unique calling and purpose in life. We believe you were created on purpose and for a purpose. Each week, we deliver inspiration and interviews with today’s top thought leaders who are living out their unique calling. Are you ready to discover your true identity and become who you were born to be?

Hosted by Daron Earlewine, popular radio host, pastor, and the creator of Pub Theology, Radio Theology, and Spiritual DNA.

http://daronearlewine.com/borntobe

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Daron Earlewine

Daron Earlewine

I am a speaker, radio host, and entrepreneur. I start new things and speak about helping people find peace, purpose and passion in this life and the next. I’m also known as “The Pub Pastor” and the leader and founder of Pub Theology.

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