Mike Foster, the founder and Chief Chance Officer at People of the Second Chance, is dedicated to helping outcasts, prodigals, and those without hope find meaning and purpose. He helps people learn that setbacks can be celebrated and that failure can be a path to discovering who you really are and what you are called to do.
Today Colleen talks with author and founder of People of the Second Chance, Mike Foster.
How did you launch your organization, People of the Second Chance?
What do you do to find peace when you don't have closure from the painful events of your past?
What are the two questions we ask ourselves every day and why are they important?
Why is our need for acceptance such a powerful force in our lives?
What is a "friendship bench" and how is it a model for the church?
How can the church lower the guard of looking "perfect"?
How is knowing that we aren't "in the driver's seat of our life" a comfort?
Why is it so important to validate a person's pain?
What is the power of physical touch and why is it essential to healing?
What is one of the largest threats to the health of the church and how can we guard against it?
How does judging others reveal more about ourselves than the object of our criticism?
What do you mean when you say someone who has a broken identity has a broken life?
What is the most important thing I need to be reminded of every day?
What keeps you from feeling like you are worthy of love?
What words of comfort do you have for someone struggling through a difficult season?
What resources do you have on your website?