Diane admits a secret about the uniquely Canadian term “double-double,” while Mike grapples with giving relationship advice to a friend. They also explore the “success to significance to insignificance” philosophy and the right way to say “no” when you...
From the aesthetic to the internal to places in the world, Mike and Diane discuss the concept of beauty and what it means to them. They then share some of their most embarrassing moments and why we should always look for the truth in critism first.
Mike and Diane answer a listener question about their “war wall” before unpacking Rachel McKenna’s recent Tweets about her husband, NHL goaltender Mike McKenna, being traded. They offer an inside perspective on how an athlete’s life impacts the family and why we...
Would you rather have unlimited money or unlimited time? Mike and Diane compare presents and presence in this podcast, discussing the value of time and how they want to invest in it wisely. They also talk about their “war wall”, a to-do list that helps them set and prioritize...
How many of us actually keep our New Year’s resolution? Diane and Pinball kick off 2019 with that “Question of the Week” as they explore goal setting in this episode of The Sweet Spot.
This week on The Sweet Spot, Mike and Diane talk about the real meaning of Christmas before reflecting on their upbringings and some of their favourite memories with their kids.
What happens when The Sweet Spot turns into The Sweet… Not? This week, Mike and Diane share a few stories about good intentions turning into less than ideal situations. Of course, through the bad can come some perspective and hope to build better relationships with each other.
With just a few days until the Christmas with the Clemons event, Mike and Diane talk about the annual kickoff to the Christmas season in their latest podcast. They also discuss moderation during the holidays and propose a special giving challenge to The Sweet Spot listeners.
Back from their recent vacation, Mike and Diane reflect on some of their favourite destinations and the importance of taking the time to reconnect with your spouse. Plus, they answer a listener question from last week’s Putting the Fun Back in Family episode and pose a few of their...
Mike and Diane hit refresh on The Sweet Spot with an all-new audio podcast experience. They share what’s going on in their lives and discuss ways to put the fun back in family.
We all have regrets. Whether it was a choice you made or a series of events you wish had gone differently, there are moments in our life we wish we could change. But in order to move forward, we have to understand what regret is and learn how to deal with it in a practical way. Join...
Is fear holding you back from finding The Sweet Spot? Mike and Diane break down the five biggest fears that Christians have and share their thoughts on how we can push past them to find success with life and God. Thanks to Jayson Bradley’s article for the inspiration for this...
Many people struggle with finding their identity. It is because many of us tie our identity with worldly standards and people’s opinions of us. On this episode of the Sweet Spot, we will talk about how we build a true identity in Christ by learning how to go outside ourselves by lifting...
In our daily lives, we are being stretched in different ways – physically, emotionally, mentally, and also spiritually. How do we act when God stretches our faith? Do you still believe that He’s got your back? That's the topic of discussion on The Sweet Spot.
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, we continue learning about Julia Hanna’s story after launching her first restaurant and enjoying an illustrious culinary career. She tells us that the secret to keeping the magic alive is not just about the food she cooks, but also the ability to serve...
estaurateur Julia Hanna bought and opened her first restaurant when she was just 26 years old. She took a leap of faith and that leap has taken her far in the food and culinary business, having been able to open more well-known restaurants after her first one.
As a successful author, activist, and lawyer, Jamil Jivani grew up having an estranged relationship with his father and struggled to find his identity as a second generation Canadian.
Do you find that sometimes just the idea of getting out of bed in the morning to face another day feels like a drag, when it should be the most exciting part?
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, you will learn that to God, it does not matter whether it’s winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you really got to do is call!
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, we’ll not only talk about the do’s and don’ts of living a happier life, but also the secret to finding true and lasting joy, one that begins in you and ends in Christ!
Joining us in The Sweet Spot this week is Josh McDowell, a Christian apologist, evangelist, and author of over a hundred books. He is here to discuss parenting in a modern world and help us instill proper values to our kids
Men are often given the responsibility to lead their families. But when it comes to marriage, you need to work with your wives to build a stronger relationship.
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, we will share the “secret” to a successful marriage with a focus on tips for the ladies on how you, as wives, can love your husbands the way God does.
Last week we welcomed Steve Renault to The Sweet Spot and heard his journey from a life of means to a life of meaning. Now he returns to explain what "Middle Retirement" is all about, share stories from his travels, and offer us some advice on how we can achieve a similar life.
This week's guest is Steve Renault, a financial coach and business consultant who traded his life of means for a life of meaning and began travelling the world with his family.
After 33 years of marriage (and counting!), Mike and Diane Clemons have received a lot of questions about how to have a happy and healthy relationship.
Last week, Mike and Diane welcomed Josephine Johnson to share her testimony. She continues her story in this video, discussing how she learned that God wants us to come as we are.
Mike and Diane welcome Josephine Johnson to share her testimony on The Sweet Spot, discussing her upbringing, sexuality and relationships, and how a mother's love helped her come home to God.
There's no better example of life's sweet spot than the nine fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
David Ireland, pastor of Christ Church in New Jersey and diversity consultant to the NBA, is helping Christians usher in a new era of racial reconciliation.