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Hi, I'm Alastair Hunte, aka “The Techie”, together with T.W. Lawrence, aka “The Cowboy”. We’re just a couple of average guys on a journey to explore faith & the Spirit. Throughout this journey we came to see the need for a place to discuss faith-based topics related to the things that we face such as: things that challenge, things that empower, & most of all things that just confuse us. However, we wanted to talk about them in a thoughtful, nonthreatening way. We invite you to join us on each podcast as we explore our own stories, thoughts, & stories shared with us by others on their journey. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
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Can you believe it's been a YEAR since we launched The Techie and the Cowboy podcast? It's hard for us to believe it, too! So, we decided that there is no better way to end our first season by doing "best of" episode. Consider this your chance to hear the "cliffs notes" from the 15 episodes that we did in Season 1 so that you can go back and listen to your favorites.In Episode 16 we'll review the first five episodes and give you our thoughts on what we loved the most. Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE! http://www.thetechieandthecowboy.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
T.W. Lawrence, also known as "The Cowboy," was at a conference hosted by his church when he heard a phrase in a workshop that really challenged his traditional way of thinking.  The guest speaker was Pastor Larry Ragan from CULTURELink, Inc. He was talking about what people typically say when they are lost, and God is pursuing them.  A common statement that you hear about the transition from someone's old lifestyle to one of following Jesus (or to transitioning to a more Godly way of living) is, "...and then I gave my life to Christ."  Larry challenged this statement by saying, "The real question for Christianity is not, 'When did you give your LIFE to Christ, but instead - when did you give your DEATH to Christ?'"We were so intrigued by this standard deviation from a phrase that we often hear that we agreed to do a podcast episode on it.  However, once T.W. & Alastair started exploring the topic - we realized that we were a little in over our heads.  So, T.W. took it once step further and invited Larry on as a guest speaker! We are excited that our listeners can hear more about this concept directly from Larry himself.  Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE!  http://www.thetechieandthecowboy.com  Have questions?  Reach out to Larry Ragan via his company CULTURELink, Inc on:Facebook https://www.facebook.com/culturelinkinc Twitter:https://twitter.com/culturelinkinc Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/culturelinkinc/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
The Techie and the Cowboy were chatting one day about how we pray, and the subject of "answers to prayers" came up.  They quickly came to the conclusion that sometimes we think that God isn't answering.  Instead, it's just that we either aren't listening or the answer is not what we want to hear.   Join us as we talk about how God actually answers EVERY prayer! Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE!  http://www.thetechieandthecowboy.com  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
Have you ever had a time in your life where you were doing so well - that you began to take ALL the credit?  Confidence in our own abilities can be a good thing, but when you forget the nothing is possible without GOD...you start moving into dangerous territory.  Does God have a way of leveling the playing field when we get TOO confident?  In episode 13, TW and Alastair talk about this exact topic.  Using TW's experience from being an ordained Chaplain for the Cowboys for Christ organization, he talks about seeing examples of this at the different rodeos that he attends. Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE!  http://www.thetechieandthecowboy.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
In reading the bible story of Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors recently, we noticed that there is a lot of hidden lessons that align with the journey of an entrepreneur.  In Episode 12, "Hey, Joseph! Why So Many Colors?", the Techie and the Cowboy discuss these parallels and explore what they teach us about how to handle situations in our day-to-day life.Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE!  http://www.thetechieandthecowboy.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
It's amazing how much what other people think influence our lives. From our parents, to friends, to people in workplace, and even people  we don't know - you'd be surprised at how much you're affected by the thoughts of others.  How does this affect our spiritual lives? How do we overcome the stigma set by our parents? The Techie and the Cowboy talk about this & more in "Episode 11 - What People Think." Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
T.W. Lawrence, AKA "The Cowboy" had the opportunity to travel with some of his church members to Houston, Texas to help with aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.  This where he met Jaime Garcia, the pastor of Bethel Baptist Church.  After seeing the mission and vision that Jaime has along with the movement that has been created within his community, T.W. immediately asked him to be our special guest. Listen as Jaime shares his story and talks about his spiritual growth that took him from a gang member to the pulpit. Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE!  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
Have you ever wondered why you seem to self-sabotage yourself right before achieving success?  In Episode 09 - Failing Forward, the Techie and the Cowboy talk about common things that hold people back including fear of failure, fear of success, fear of money, fear of what others think, and fear of disappointment.Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE!  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
Are we to addicted to our devices? How do we know when we are using too much technology? How does technology hinder or help us to grow our faith? These are the topics that the Techie and the Cowboy cover in Episode 08, "Device Delirium". Listen, comment, and share. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
T.W., a.k.a. "The Cowboy" had some questions about what exactly is a relationship with God, so we thought we'd have a discussion about it as this episode's topic. Listen in, send us your comments on Facebook & IG, but most importantly - SUBSCRIBE! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-techie-and-the-cowboy/support
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