Marlene Dietrich once said, “It’s the friends you can call up at 4 AM that matter.”
So, who are your “4 AM friends”? Is there anyone in your life that you can talk to about anything and everything – your biggest problems and your deepest questions?
If so, how did you get to that point in the relationship where anything goes? And, if not, how do you even begin to establish such a relationship?
On this episode of The DBC Podcast, I’m joined by two of my favorite occasional co-hosts, Katie Phillips (Director of our church’s 1Family foster-care ministry), and Mark Paul (Minister with Students) to discuss the importance of genuine friendships, and how such relationships are established. What does it take to find friends you can truly trust – who know you inside and out – and what steps can each of us take to live the kind of life that allows such connections to happen?
We’re so excited to bring this episode to you, as it marks the beginning of Volume 2 of The DBC Podcast. We’re looking forward to a great 2016 of in-depth conversations that inspire us all to grow in our faith and impact our culture. As always, add your own thoughts, stories and questions in the comments section below, and we may even feature them on an upcoming episode!
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