Steven Pemberton is more than happy to tell you about the mistakes he’s made and the trials and tribulations he’s gone through. What he won’t try to do is blame them on anyone else. If anything, he says, owning up to the mistakes he’s made in his life allows him to see how much God has helped him grow since then. This week Steven has an open, honest, and upbeat conversation with Nate Dewberry about how his marriage nearly collapsed, how he and his wife salvaged it, and how being honest about his fears and failings—with both God and other men—helped him find the strength and hope that keeps him going today.
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3:51—Steven’s story, part I—struggles, depression, and infidelity
15:35—Steven’s story, part II—spiritual transformation
24:36—How Steven and his wife rebuilt their marriage
29:46—The importance of male relationships, community, and sharing one’s story
41:54—Steven reflects on his most challenging season—right now
46:58—What do you want to be remembered for?/What does redemption mean to you?/outro