“My Dear People” a project.

I’m ankle deep into a project that I’m really excited about.  I think it came from listening to Andrew Osenga’s podcast, “The Pivot”.

Here’s the skinny:

I’m going to sit down behind a microphone with six of my friends (and then myself), ranging in age from about 20 to 70, and have a conversation. It will be a discussion more than an interrogation, but it is an interview of sorts. These audios will be released daily for a week sometime in May (probably).

I’ll be asking them questions dealing with the season of life they’re in, the strengths and weaknesses of their personality, what scares them about their future, how disappointment has shaped their life, their favorite thing about America, their favorite thing about Jesus…and maybe more…or less…or other.

*If you have question ideas…I’m listening*

The idea is to converse with friends about things that we often talk around…and to have a good time.

And the cool part:

With each of the seven episodes, we’ll be giving away a book and an album of music which have been important to me and that you should have too. So you got like 14 chances to win.

If you’d like to make sure you don’t miss out, comment or message me your email address, and I’ll make sure they get to your inbox.




*If you would like to sponsor some of the giveaway material, I would be open to that…*

Published by javenbear

Javen Bear is 25 years old and lives with his beautiful wife Aleisha in Phoenix, Arizona. He's a graduate student in a mental health counseling program at Grand Canyon University where he also works as an admissions representative. Javen’s super-power, if he had one, would be the ability to press pause on the world and catch up on reading. He enjoys talking walks with his wife, playing guitar, and always uses Oxford commas.

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