#151: Donald Miller Gets Scary Close [Podcast]

Donald Miller is one of the most influential Christian writers of our day. His books evoke strong reactions, and for many they strike a chord like no work before.

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His new book, Scary Close, is available today, and in this interview we discuss how he came to write it, and why the message of this book is so important.

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Get the book and other neat stuff at Donald Miller’s website.

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4 thoughts on “#151: Donald Miller Gets Scary Close [Podcast]

  1. This was such a great interview. I was able to spot areas where I’m not being true to my original design, and how that causes diminished intimacy in the relationships I value most. I have some direction now to confidently express my authentic identity, and also become a safe place for others to be themselves.

  2. Ray,

    Really enjoyed the interview. I literally just picked up his book A Million Miles In A Thousand Years and then your interview episode appeared in my feed. Coincidence? I think not!

    Donald’s comment in the podcast about how he’d rather connect with 3 people than simply reach a thousand (probably butchered the quote, sorry) really hit home with me.

    I often get very frustrated by trying to grow my reach. It never really seems to be fulfilling no matter how many likes, subscribers, downloads, etc.

    BUT, when I truly connect and interact with someone and can hear their story and share an idea or encourage them personally, THAT is an amazing, fulfilling feeling every time.

    And, of course I am often lifted up as much by them as they are by me.

    Thanks for another great show.