Are You Real | Finding Your Purpose

Jon Fuller is on a mission to be a true example of Christ in his life and in his work. He introduces you to men and women of faith who have walked different paths to find a true Christianity that they live out each and every day. Some paths have been bumpy and filled with debris, but through it all, grace and faith have been a sustaining force in the lives of these men. You won't find any fake and phoney Christianity here.....just real people with a heart for God and living out His call on their lives. Join us for new episodes each week. We'd love it if you'd share the show with other men of faith who need support and encouragement along their journey.
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Mar 29, 2017

Brad McClendon’s very life demonstrates the Spirit of Prophecy and the testimony of Jesus. Having come to know the Lord early in his life, Brad spent years of running from what he knew to be his calling, until God apprehended him.

Brad is married to Susan Jenkins McClendon and the father of three wonderful children. For more than five years, he was diagnosed with an incurable form of sarcoma when he was only 22 years old. A year and a half later he received a miraculous healing. Brad’s ministry releases people into the reality of the Kingdom of God by the revelation of Jesus Christ. He is the author of The Chronicles of Awakenings and The Farthest Reach available on Amazon. 

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Mar 22, 2017

In today’s episode, Jon talks with Peter Louis, a former soccer player, about his story and how he goes about living the gospel day by day. Peter’s life was radically changed after what he describes as a power encounter with God. He shares his story of overcoming an addiction to pornography and how he is helping others find freedom in God’s grace. Peter is the Founder of Braveheart Ministries, whose purpose is to help the church reach its fullest potential in proclaiming the gospel. Peter is full of tips on how to live the Christian life to the fullest. 


What you will hear:


  • Peter’s 2006 power encounter with God
  • How learning more about the power of the Holy Spirit helped Peter escape his addiction
  • The importance of realizing that God is the only thing that can save you
  • How God’s love can change how you live your day to day life
  • Peter’s practical tips on changing your mindset if you are struggling with feeling like God doesn’t love you
  • How changing your focus back on God can change your life
  • Peter’s biggest strengths and weaknesses 
  • Something big God has done in Peter’s life
  • A daily habit that Peter has learned to help him stay focused on God
  • What advice Peter would give his younger self
  • Peter’s parting advice to you



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Braveheart Ministries

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Mar 15, 2017

Today's guest is Toderick Murry. Toderick is an entertainer who is known for his ability to captivate his audience and leave them speechless. His writing, dancing, and musicianship reveal a unique, relatable message specific to his brand. He has worked with several distinguished artists. He is a writer, producer, and a musician. 


What you'll hear in this episode:


  • What Toderick's passion is and how it relates to Jesus
  • How Toderick got his start in the "music world"
  • What Toderick did after he hit the bottom and almost lost everything 
  • When he saw the light at the end of the tunnel and start to turn his life around
  • What God has done in Toderick's life to restore what he lost 
  • Toderick's biggest strengths and weaknesses
  • What Toderick is excited about in his life
  • How can you be a friend and share the gospel with people
  • Toderick's best advice to his younger self



Are You Real? 

Chase the Lion by Mark Batterson  


Mar 8, 2017

If you haven't seen the movie yet, grab a box of tissues and head to the nearest theater! You don't want to miss this incredibly moving story and the lessons it contains about the love of God. You don't want to miss this exciting episode, along with some cool new tunes!

Paul Young is the bestselling author of The Shack, a self-published book that has sold over 20 million copies. He has written several other books including Cross Roads, and his newest release Eve. Paul lives in Oregon City, Oregon with His wife, and has 6 children and 9 grandchildren. 


What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Paul’s early life: missionary kid/preacher’s kid, from Canada to New Guinea
  • From tribal life to boarding school at age 6
  • From Bible school and seminary to meeting his future wife, Kim
  • The Shack: written in 2005 as a gift for his children, at the request of his wife
  • Financial crises, losing everything, and healing
  • Deconstruction and reconstruction
  • The heart-wrenching reality and humanity of The Shack
  • The healing process
  • Each person: intricately made and uniquely broken
  • The Shack: centered on the goodness of God in the midst of human tragedy
  • Looking back with extreme clarity
  • Living in the grace of a day
  • Cross Roads: written around the issue of belonging
  • Get help or get caught—too exhausted to keep running
  • Hitting the bottom, seeking therapy and help
  • God’s love: redeeming our messes
  • Worthlessness vs. wholeness
  • Why no one prays for patience
  • Addiction, control, and self-discipline
  • Why isolation feeds addiction
  • Jesus in ME—John 14:20
  • Why Paul gets called a “universalist”
  • Why we are always in God’s presence
  • Religion’s LIE
  • Paul’s biggest strength? “My relationships. I’m surrounded by people who love me but aren’t impressed. I’ve learned to stay inside the grace of today, and not be a future-tripper.”
  • Paul’s biggest weakness within his strength? “I’m very much a mental processor and not a verbal one. That makes it hard sometimes to stay present and engaged with someone.”
  • What is God currently stirring in your life? “I’m excited about the young generations coming up without the religious allegiances and affiliations that we were in bondage to. I think we’re on the cusp of some pretty fantastic movements and times.”
  • Paul’s advice to his younger self? “I would go to myself at 6 years old, put an arm around him and say, ‘You’re never alone and you will never be alone. Learn to tell all your secrets’.”
Mar 1, 2017

Have you ever wondered how Christians cope in the fast world and bright lights of Hollywood? To find out, listen in to today's show with Cameron Arnett, who has acted in many well-known TV shows, like ABC's China Beach and Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns. On today's show, Cameron relates how, while climbing the ladder to success in film and TV in California he realized that the Lord wanted him to get out of the system. He dropped everything over the course of the next fourteen or fifteen years, got out of Hollywood and the business, started two churches and then went bankrupt. Later, about four or five years ago, he started to resume his career in Atlanta, where film and Christian media was exploding at the time. He has now done eight or nine films on the Christian side and is scheduled to do a whole lot more. Listen in and find out how the Lord has set about replenishing and restoring things in Cameron's life, above and beyond all that he could ask for.


Cameron Arnett is the CEO of Camy Arnett Production Studios (CAPS), a television, film, and entertainment company. He's also CEO of BYOBB Media/Records, an independent film and television portal and record label, as well as being the producer and director of a number of upcoming shows. He has many past films to his credit, including the five Dove Award winning Stand Your Ground. His past television credits include NBC's Miami Vice, Fox's Star Trek- The Next Generation and many more. He is a regular host on WATC TV57 Atlanta Live Show and, most importantly, the co-host of the nationally syndicated The Christian View. 


Listen to the episode, as Cameron also discusses:


  • What's going on right now, in Atlanta
  • How he got into acting.
  • How God started working his way into Cameron's life, when he started acting.
  • How he had to change himself within the movie industry, which is one of falsities and game playing.
  • How he started out 'hitting people over the head with bibles', till he learned better, to let God do the work through him.
  • That, as Christians, we are all supposed to be acting like one character- Jesus.
  • That he works as an apostle, prophet and teacher.
  • That due to the lack respect for doctrines and principals in families today, we have children raising children.
  • The dark years he had to endure, losing his children as well as everything else... and how God restores things.
  • How the difficulties in life are there to build a muscle in you that you have to have for your future.
  • Where his biggest strength lies, with what he does today.
  • Jon's message for Cameron, from the Lord.
  • The biggest thing that God is stirring inside of him, right now.
  • How God is moving on an undercurrent of people and churches.
  • His advice to a 'younger him'.
  • The reason that he's writing a book.


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