WITH STEVE HOLT

THE ROAD PODCAST

The Road Podcast with Steve Holt

Steve Holt is a pastor, teacher and author.

Husband of One. Father of Seven. Mountain Man.

Worshipper Warrior

Most men want to be wholehearted—at least in theory. But the twenty-first-century male is anything but zealous and full of life. He is the child of the Sexual Revolution, a demasculinized culture, and, quite frankly, a church where he doesn’t fit. Boutique spirituality and religious posturing has produced a plastic, insecure Christian man who knows nothing of the bloody, wholehearted passion of a man like David. We need Davids.

David is the original wholehearted man! He is, quite frankly, one of the most dangerous men in the Bible. The only character in it called “a man after God’s own heart,” David is raw, gritty, and fully human. In David, we see a man of a rough-edged masculinity who is growing to love God through the actuality of His presence in earthy human conditions. In David, more than any other, we see the deep interior of a soul on fire and passionate about God. He is the type of man with the type of heart that God is raising up today.

The God-Wild Marriage

A God-wild marriage doesn’t begin with your spouse. it begins with God! In The God-Wild Marriage, Author and Pastor Steve Holt describes God’s design for marriage, practically showing you how it should work. Instead of a life of low expectations, he shows you that God is wildly excited about marriage—especially your marriage.

God’s design makes marriage—your marriage—His main vehicle for you and your spouse to experience His dangerous, extravagant love, forgiveness, and power. God has destined your marriage to be the place where His power and holiness are revealed.

With humor and practical advice, Steve shows you that when we follow God’s design, we experience the unpredictable, overcoming, and joyful life He wants for us. The God-Wild Marriage is a roadmap through Ephesians 5:18-33, the Bible’s most dangerous passage on marriage. Steve helps you tackle the thorny issues of marriage.

Worshipper Warrior

Most men want to be wholehearted—at least in theory. But the twenty-first-century male is anything but zealous and full of life. He is the child of the Sexual Revolution, a demasculinized culture, and, quite frankly, a church where he doesn’t fit. Boutique spirituality and religious posturing has produced a plastic, insecure Christian man who knows nothing of the bloody, wholehearted passion of a man like David. We need Davids.

David is the original wholehearted man! He is, quite frankly, one of the most dangerous men in the Bible. The only character in it called “a man after God’s own heart,” David is raw, gritty, and fully human. In David, we see a man of a rough-edged masculinity who is growing to love God through the actuality of His presence in earthy human conditions. In David, more than any other, we see the deep interior of a soul on fire and passionate about God. He is the type of man with the type of heart that God is raising up today.

The God-Wild Marriage

A God-wild marriage doesn’t begin with your spouse. it begins with God! In The God-Wild Marriage, Author and Pastor Steve Holt describes God’s design for marriage, practically showing you how it should work. Instead of a life of low expectations, he shows you that God is wildly excited about marriage—especially your marriage.

God’s design makes marriage—your marriage—His main vehicle for you and your spouse to experience His dangerous, extravagant love, forgiveness, and power. God has destined your marriage to be the place where His power and holiness are revealed.

With humor and practical advice, Steve shows you that when we follow God’s design, we experience the unpredictable, overcoming, and joyful life He wants for us. The God-Wild Marriage is a roadmap through Ephesians 5:18-33, the Bible’s most dangerous passage on marriage. Steve helps you tackle the thorny issues of marriage.

Steve’s Recent Posts

Psalm 34:18Romans 1:20Theodore Roosevelt and the Badlands
August 11, 2022

TR and the Badlands

“The Lord is near to those who have a broken heart, And saves such as have a contrite spirit.” (Psalm 34:18) We just returned from the Badlands of North Dakota; one of those bucket-list items…
Kingdom of GodKingdom of God RevolutionWholeheartedWorshippers & Warriors
August 4, 2022

A Kingdom of God Revolution in Our City

Every Tuesday morning, 6am, at The Road @ Chapel Hills, we have a men’s breakfast and gathering in which I (and others) speak, and the men discuss at their tables…
PraisePrayerPsalm 40
July 28, 2022

What Stirs up the Spirit of God? Part 3

Praise stirs up the Spirit of God (July 14th blog).  Prayer gets God’s attention and stirs up the Spirit of God (July 21st blog). And what else do we see…
Isaiah 42:10-13PraisePrayer
July 21, 2022

What Stirs up the Spirit of God? Part 2

Praise Stirs up the Spirit of God Last week I wrote on the power of praise to stir up the Spirit of God.  In Isaiah 42:10-13, the prophet writes of…
Isaiah 42:10-13Praise
July 14, 2022

What Stirs up the Spirit of God? Part 1

Whenever a fellow hunter begins to talk about his adventures on a big game hunt or a fly fisherman tells his tales of hooking a monster brown trout, my spirit…
Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health OrganizationOverturning Roe v Wade
July 7, 2022

A Summation of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, 597

With much controversy, protests, and violence erupting across America due to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, I felt it was important to read the actual Supreme Court brief, Dobbs v.…

Latest Posts

TR and the Badlands

“The Lord is near to those who have a broken heart, And saves such as have a contrite spirit.” (Psalm 34:18) We just returned from the Badlands of North Dakota; one of those bucket-list items for me. As one prone to read history and especially biographies, one of my favorites is the life of Theodore Roosevelt.  His life of adventure,… READ MORE

A Kingdom of God Revolution in Our City

Every Tuesday morning, 6am, at The Road @ Chapel Hills, we have a men’s breakfast and gathering in which I (and others) speak, and the men discuss at their tables questions related to the message.  We have close to 400 men who attend.  We call it “Wholehearted Men” because that’s our goal, to build wholehearted-for-Jesus… READ MORE

What Stirs up the Spirit of God? Part 3

Praise stirs up the Spirit of God (July 14th blog).  Prayer gets God’s attention and stirs up the Spirit of God (July 21st blog). And what else do we see in Scripture as being something we do that stirs up God’s Spirit? Waiting on God Stirs up the Spirit Psalm 40 is an interesting poem. … READ MORE