Deerfoot Lodge

Episode 25 - Nick Dotti

Nick Dotti has always been a man among boys. When I first met Nick at a Christian wilderness camp for boys in the late 1990’s he was a giant physical specimen - a 6’4” slab of muscle preparing for the army. After serving 20 years in the military, most of which he spent as an Army Ranger in the U.S. Special Forces where he led and supported teams of warriors on intense post-9/11 combat missions, Nick retired and began asking God the question, “What’s next?” After a few months of obedience and trusting in God’s faithfulness, Nick’s life came full circle. He is now working as the Camp Director of Deerfoot Blue Ridge, a brand new location of the boys’ wilderness camp where so much of his story first took shape. On this episode of the podcast, Nick joins me to talk about what it means to live for something beyond ourselves, and the joys of finding God in the wildest places.

On This Episode

Host: Dan Jackson - Twitter, Instagram, Website

Guests: Nick Dotti - Instagram

Resources:

  • Deerfoot Lodge - Since 1930, Deerfoot has been building godly men in Christ-centered community through wilderness camping.

Music provided by: Łegacies - Instagram

Listener Support: Ordinary Faith on Patreon


What’s Good with Lashawn B.




Episode 02 - Ben Malcolmson

Ben Malcolmson is the Director of External Relations and Special Assistant to Coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks. Ben joins us to talk about his unlikely story of accidentally joining the national champion USC Trojan football team.  We discuss the art of being vs. doing, what it means to find purpose in presence, and the joy of seeing God's plans come to fruition.

On This Episode

Host: Dan Jackson - TwitterInstagram

Co-host: LaShawn Barber - TwitterInstagram

Guest: Ben Malcolmson - website, Twitter, Instagram

Resources:

  • Walk On, by Ben Malcolmson

  • Deerfoot Lodge, a Christian wilderness camp for boys in the Adirondack mountains.

Music provided by: Łegacies - Instagram

Listener Support: Ordinary Faith on Patreon


What's Good with LaShawn B.

Crescendo, by Jackie Hill Perry