Justin Bieber has a new song with Chance the Rapper called ‘Holy,’ Trump is moving to ban TikTok in the U.S. and we’ve got a new look at the upcoming TV show about James Comey.
On today’s show we talk to Chad Gardner, frontman for one of our favorite indie bands, Kings Kaleidoscope. We discuss the new music they’re working on, current events, and a lot more. Plus, the Hot List covers a troubling new report that came out about Christians, a very positive story from a church in Chicago, and changes at the Oscars. And, yes, Jesse wants to reform the appliance dial industry.
‘SNL’ will be back in time for election season and they’re bringing in the big guns for Biden. Also, John MacArthur will continue to hold in-door church services and the CDC releases some troubling new stats about COVID-19.
A new study suggests an alarming trend in how much Americans understand about the Holocaust. Also, some troubling allegations about how immigrant detainees are being treated and a church in Chicago is making a huge difference.
A new study says Christians are growing less concerned about racism in America. A Maryland church is devoting itself to reparations and we’ve got our first look at the next season of The Mandalorian.
On today's show, we're joined by pastor and best-selling author Max Lucado. We discuss anxiety and how to trust God during this "new normal." We also touch on why so many Christians are disillusioned by the Church and the hidden loneliness epidemic happening right now among young Americans. You don't want to miss this conversation. Plus, Jesse gets *really* enamored with news of a very big hole in Eastern Europe, Lauren Daigle sets a crazy record, and we have your hilarious QOTW feedback.
Black Lives Matter fires back at Pat Robertson. Also, some new revelations about the possibility of life in space and a new look at Aaron Sorkin’s next movie.
‘The Fast and the Furious’ is headed to space, a new study shines a light on how faith is passed down over generations and remembering the teachers lost to the coronavirus.
Jamie's back! Today the crew covers the gamut you'd expect from us — adult milkshakes, Robert Pattinson's food inventions, Rotten Tomatoes ratings, fighting trafficking, and a lot more. Plus, indie rock duo Wye Oak joins us, who's featured in the new issue of RELEVANT. You don't want to miss it.
Regina King has unveiled the first look at ‘One Night in Miami’ and a new study reveals that BLM protests are overwhelmingly peaceful.
Best Picture contenders have some new rules to deal with if they want a shot of an Oscar, and we’ve got our first look at ‘Dune.’
A Bible signed by President Trump is for sale. The details of a supposed giant human trafficking sting in Georgia are more complicated than they seem and we’ve got our first look at Frances McDormand’s new movie.
This week, Hillsong Young & Free join us to talk about their new album, 'All of My Best Friends.' Plus, we have a HUGE announcement, author Kristen Howerton sits in for the whole episode, the crew (Derek Minor, Jesse Carey and Cameron Strang) bring the week's Slices, we have your listener feedback and a lot more.
Lauren Daigle sets an enormous milestone and Rob Pattinson comes down with COVID.
This week, Kristen Howerton sits in for the whole show as the gang discusses a troubling new study about evangelical beliefs about Jesus and a new movie that sounds right up our alley. Also, Christon Gray joins us to talk about his new music, a few cast members share their most embarrassing moments and much, much more.
Another unarmed Black man has been killed in New York state. Also, Eric Metaxas is accused of punching a protestor and we’ve got a new Bond trailer.
Christian opinions on sex are shifting rapidly, as are their thoughts on Jesus. Also, ‘The Mandalorian’ announces its return.
Ryan Coogler has written a powerful tribute to his friend Chadwick Boseman. Kyle Rittenhouse is collecting a huge sum in Christian donations and we’ve got our first trailer for ‘Faith Based’.
It's our first Tuesday episode in like six months! To kick off the all-new twice-a-week era, Hillsong NYC pastor Carl Lentz joins us to talk about the racial justice movement in the NBA, quarantine and even healthy media habits. (Like listening to this episode?) Plus, the cast—Jamie, Derek, Jesse and Cameron—bring the week's slices, your feedback and a lot more. Don't miss it!
Vice President Mike Pence mashed Hebrews 12 up with some patriotic buzzwords for the RNC. And pro teams and athletes are going on strike for racial justice.