Am I Called? is a ministry of Dave Harvey and friends, based in Four Oaks Church, in Tallahassee, Florida. We want to help men find their call to gospel ministry and to help churches find called men.


Randy Alcorn Talks Leaving Ministry, Living For Eternity, and Writing Fiction

By on July 1, 2015

In this episode of the Am I Called podcast, Dave talks to author and speaker, Randy Alcorn. Randy is the president of Eternal Perspectives Ministries, and the author of numerous books. Dave and Randy discuss:

  • Why Randy was forced to leave pastoral ministry, and how God used that to achieve his purposes.
  • Why Randy has given so much time and thought to the subject of eternity.
  • The specific circumstances God used to set eternity into Randy’s heart.
  • Why Randy writes fiction, and how fiction uniquely effects the human heart.
  • And more…

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J.R. Vassar Talks About Glory Hunger

By on June 19, 2015

In this episode, Dave talks with pastor and author, J.R. Vassar. J.R. is lead pastor of Church At The Cross in Grapevine, Texas. J.R. is the author of the recent book, Glory Hunger. In this episode, Dave and J.R. talk about:

The Spiritual Cobra Effect

By on June 16, 2015

There were far too many venomous cobras in New Delhi. And so long as that means there were more than zero venomous snakes there, we can all agree, yes, there were too many snakes in New Delhi. The colonial government

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Calling Questions: What Should A Guy Do If His Elders Don’t Like Him?

By on June 12, 2015

In this episode of “Calling Questions”, Dave seeks to answer this difficult question: What should a guy do if he wants to go into ministry but his elders don’t like him? You can listen to the podcast in iTunes, or


Spurgeon Speaks: The Priority Of Confirming Your Call

By on June 9, 2015

The great 19th century pastor, Charles Spurgeon, was committed to training young men for pastoral ministry. One of the ways he did this was by giving regular lectures to the young men attending his Pastors’ College. Spurgeon wanted to prepare