Stumbling Through Life Isn't Necessarily Bad According to Broadcaster Ross James – Hope 103.2

Stumbling Through Life Isn’t Necessarily Bad According to Broadcaster Ross James

Australian broadcaster Ross James shares how his passion for words and Christian mission has helped communities find their voice.

By Laura BennettThursday 10 Mar 2022UNDISTRACTEDPodcastsReading Time: 2 minutes

Talk to anyone with a bit of life experience under their belt and, oftentimes, you hear how in the looking back people suddenly see how each season was weaved together to feed into the next with unexpected meaningfulness and purpose.

Ross James is an Australian broadcaster who “fell into his career” he told the UNDISTRACTED podcast, after being annoyed at the quality of his local radio station.

Ross shared about becoming a health communication and cross-cultural training specialist, who has lived and worked through revolutions, military coups and civil wars, and how using his passion for words and Christian mission has helped communities find their voice and reshape their culture.

This episode is an ode to those who feel like they’re stumbling through life, and need a reminder of the intentional bigger picture each “side-step” is part in painting.

In his memoir, Ascent, Crest, Perspective: The Making of a Bamboo Camel, Ross documents his experiences, touching on the origin of our longing for more in life, why clarity isn’t essential and how to embrace religious diversity in the workplace.

Australian broadcaster Ross James

Source: screenshot of interview with Ark House Press

In many ways, this episode is an ode to those who feel like they’re stumbling through life, and need a reminder of the intentional bigger picture each “side-step” is part of in painting.

Listen to Ross James’ interview on UNDISTRACTED with Laura Bennett in the player above or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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