For the first time in nearly eight years as an aide to President George W. Bush, Tim Goeglein was filled with shame as he entered the Oval Office. Goeglein had brought scandal to the administration by committing plagiarism in editorials written for his hometown newspaper. About to apologize as he formally submitted his resignation, Goeglein received a response from the president that was not what he expected. Join us as Goeglein discusses the spiritual lessons he learned from his brokenness after his beloved career ended. Goeglein, who now serves as Focus on the Family's vice president of external relations, also talks about the need for Christians to engage the culture, stand for godly principles and engage in conversation with those who hold differing political views.