Stephen Mansfield is a New York Times bestselling author, a popular speaker, an advisor to leaders around the world, and an activist for a number of frontline social causes. He brings all of this passion and experience to The Stephen Mansfield Podcast. In short, fiery, informative talks, Stephen boldly deals with topics as wide ranging as learning how to learn and the crisis of racism in our time, as controversial as religion in politics and the loss of vital manhood in our generation. Join us every week for another exciting, learned, stirring “Mansfieldian” romp!
August 16, 2017
This week, in light of the racial violence and conflict seen in Charlottesville and throughout the U.S., we are reposting Part One of a two-part podcast, The Tragedy of Silent Churches.
August 9, 2017
Though Stephen has offered close commentary about Donald Trump, many of his listeners have asked for a more personal view. How did he vote? What does he think of Trump’s first months?
August 2, 2017
She has reigned as Queen of England for sixty years and has done so with character, with an unshakeable sense of duty, and with an uncompromising Christian witness.
July 26, 2017
Six months after the election, a bigger economic correction or pullback looms. Stephen explains what this might mean for you and how to prepare.
July 19, 2017
We hear often that the top one percent of earners in our society are destroying us. Is this true? Is one percent of the country the cause of all our woes?
July 12, 2017
We all have habits we wish we could break. Some of our habits may even have led us into addiction. We know what we ought to do, yet find doing it nearly impossible. Why?
July 5, 2017
American politics has descended to a childish level in recent years. Rage rules, anger dominates, restraint, character, and statecraft are rarely in view.
June 28, 2017
In this podcast, Stephen describes the challenges to a Kurdish homeland both from within Iraqi Kurdistan and from without.
June 21, 2017
June 16, 2017
June 7, 2017
May 31, 2017