How Just Showing Up Can Change Everything, with Drew Dyck (Ep 060)

We’re not called to change the world, we’re called to simple acts of everyday faithfulness.

Just showing up in people’s lives is such an important aspect of life and ministry.

In this conversation with Drew Dyck, we talk about why this is so important, as outlined in Drew’s new book, Just Show Up: How Small Acts of Faithfulness Change Everything (A Guide for Exhausted Christians).

Including:

  • The value of our physical presence in pastoral ministry
  • The importance of quantity vs quality time
  • How showing up is not the end game, it’s the onramp for healthy life and ministry

Bonus Chat

The Importance Of Letting Some Things Slide, with Drew Dyck.

Drew and Karl talk about how telling people “no” is not as costly as you might expect it to be, how to be more proactive in our schedules, and even how to decide which things to drop and which things to keep.

To get the link for the bonus chat, subscribe to the free weekly newsletter at KarlVaters.com/Subscribe or become a monthly supporter at KarlVaters.com/Support.

Links from this Episode

  • Pocket App
  • Website: https://www.drewdyck.com/
  • Facebook: drew.dyck
  • Instagram: drewndyck
  • X: @drewndyck

Support This Work

Click here to support this work on a one-time or ongoing basis. This will help us continue to put these resources into the hands of the ministries that need them the most.

Want More?

Listen and subscribe to the podcast on all major platforms including

APPLE SPOTIFY | YOUTUBE AMAZON MUSIC | iHEART RADIO | GOOGLE PLAY

New episodes are available every two weeks.

If you click here to subscribe to our free weekly newsletter you’ll get all the breaking podcast news early!

Also, if you have any other ideas or guests that might fit this podcast, let me know in the comment section, below.

Credits

Producer
Veronica Beaver | Veronica@KarlVaters.com

Editor

Phil Vaters | Phil@KarlVaters.com

Music

Composed and performed by Jack Wilkins | JackWilkinsMusic.com

Logo

by Solomon Joy

Correspondence
Shelley Vaters | Shelley@KarlVaters.com

Author

Got questions or comments? Do you have any ideas for future podcast guests or topics?

Use the comment section below.