Wayne Jacobsen on the Born to Be podcast

Wayne Jacobsen on the impact of living Loved [Part 1]

Wayne Jacobsen is an author known for his book, He Love Me!. He also collaborated on the wildly popular book, The Shack, and helped to create the publishing company behind the book, Windblown Media. Wayne is the president of Bridge Builders, focusing on bringing unity and resolving religious conflicts, and is co-host of the God Journey podcast. Wayne has 20 plus years of ministry experience.

On today’s podcast, Pastor Daron and Wayne Jacobsen discuss the idea of living from a place of being truly loved and the impact this has on our purpose, as well as many other areas of our lives.

When we experience a loss or we either lose a dream or a dream has been stolen from us, how do we react? What do we do? Wayne has experienced each of these things in his life, and has some wonderful advice on how to respond and how healing comes from God’s Love.

Learn more about Wayne and listen to his podcast at The God Journey.

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.

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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.