atypical:: Seth Haines [ep. 3]

February 17, 2016

February 17, 2016

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Haines

Our third and last podcast in the “unmentionable” series.  This week Matt interviews Seth Haines about addiction and the church.

Seth Haines is a working stiff who makes his home in the Ozark mountains.  He and his wife Amber Haines have four boys, two dogs, and a flock of baby chicks.  He is the author of Coming Clean (Zondervan 2015), a story of addiction, pain, faith, and discovering the abiding presence of God.

 

If you liked the podcast & want to see conversation like these continue, please:

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  • send your feedback & ideas for future series & content to matt(at)99balloons(dot)org

Recorded live at the manastary in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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You can find Seth’s writing at sethhaines.com & follow along with his “Recovery Room” blog series by guest authors.  You could hit him up on Twitter at @sethhaines or poke him on facebook.

 

The book Seth mentioned was The Jesuit Guide to (almost) Everything.

 

 

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Haines

Our third and last podcast in the “unmentionable” series.  This week Matt interviews Seth Haines about addiction and the church.

Seth Haines is a working stiff who makes his home in the Ozark mountains.  He and his wife Amber Haines have four boys, two dogs, and a flock of baby chicks.  He is the author of Coming Clean (Zondervan 2015), a story of addiction, pain, faith, and discovering the abiding presence of God.

 

If you liked the podcast & want to see conversation like these continue, please:

  • help spread the word on the social medias & internets
  • subscribe on the itunes 
  • send your feedback & ideas for future series & content to matt(at)99balloons(dot)org

Recorded live at the manastary in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

IMG_0339

You can find Seth’s writing at sethhaines.com & follow along with his “Recovery Room” blog series by guest authors.  You could hit him up on Twitter at @sethhaines or poke him on facebook.

 

The book Seth mentioned was The Jesuit Guide to (almost) Everything.

 

 

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