Today on the show, we talk with author Joshua Becker about the power of simplifying your life, consuming less, decluttering your home and how embracing a life of living with less can benefit not just your wallet, but your relationships.
On today’s show, we talk with Seattle’s Churchome founders and pastors Judah and Chelsea Smith about their new Churchome app and their vision for the future of church.
On today’s episode, Cameron sits down with author and former World Vision president Rich Stearns. Rich was a very successful corporate CEO, which you’ll hear about, and he left it all for something more significant. For the last 20 years he’s…
On today’s show, we talk with St. Paul & the Broken Bones’ frontman Paul Janeway about their new album “Young Sick Camellia”and how his family tree and his religious, southern roots shaped him as a person and an artist.
In this episode, Krochet Kids founder Kohl Crecelius joins us to talk about how we can make sure we’re supporting ethical business practices with our money.
On the latest episode of the RELEVANT Podcast, “This Is Us” star Chrissy Metz joins us to talk about her new movie, “Breakthrough.”
Carl Lentz is the pastor of Hillsong New York City. He’s outspoken, passionate, stylish, and— probably because he’s outspoken, passionate and stylish—is no stranger to criticism. He pastors celebrities, athletes and one of the most influential…
On today’s very special “RELEVANT Christmas Spectacular presented by Brightpeak,” we channel holiday variety show specials of yesteryear.
For this episode, influencer Branden Harvey joins us to talk about finding the good news in all aspects of our relational and financial lives.
Continued from Part 1. On comedian Pete Holmes’ hit HBO show “Crashing”, he plays a guy who grew up in a conservative family, went to a Christian college, married his college sweetheart and then had his whole life turned upside down by a…
On this episode of the RELEVANT Podcast, Lauren Daigle tells us all about her breakthrough second album Look Up Child, and Eddie takes us deep into the pages of his favorite Christian romance prairie novel.
On comedian Pete Holmes’ hit HBO show “Crashing”, he plays a guy who grew up in a conservative family, went to a Christian college, married his college sweetheart and then had his whole life turned upside down by a difficult divorce right as his…
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On this week’s show, TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie joins us to talk about the new activism initiatives at his company.