Episode 735: Lisa Sharon Harper and John Mark McMillan

On today’s show, Lisa Sharon Harper joins us. Lisa is an author, speaker and founder of the justice group Freedom Road. She’s also an Auburn Seminary Senior fellow and her latest book is called The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be…
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Episode 734: Jon Foreman

On today’s show, Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman joins us to talk about the stirring op-ed he wrote for RELEVANT on how Christians should respond to the gun violence epidemic. The gang also discusses what happens when high-profile leaders wrestle…
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Episode 733: Samuel Rodriguez

On today’s show, we talk with writer, pastor, speaker and National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President Rev. Samuel Rodriguez about the future of the church and the issues that will shape it moving forward as part of our ongoing look…
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733: Samuel Rodriguez

On today’s show, we talk with writer, pastor, speaker and National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President Rev. Samuel Rodriguez about the future of the church and the issues that will shape it moving forward as part of our ongoing look…
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Episode 17: Shauna Niequist

Shauna Niequist is a sought-after speaker and The New York Times best-selling author of Cold Tangerines, Bittersweet, Present Over Perfect and others. Listen in as she talks to Cameron about starting over, handling difficult seasons, the Enneagram, and even the new book she’s just starting to write. It’s a vulnerable and open conversation, exactly what you’d expect from Shauna.
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Episode 732: Mat Kearney

On today’s show, we talk with Mat Kearney about his new EP, City of Black and White Revisited. The gang also discusses Lauren Daigle’s record-breaking week, hears how Chance the Rapper’s wife changed his life and his faith, listens to a…
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Episode 731: Jo Saxton

On today’s show, we talk with writer and speaker Jo Saxton about calling, purpose and what making an impact will look like in the future, as part of our ongoing look at our issue 100 roundtable conversations. The gang also learns why millennials are…
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Episode 730: Hillsong Worship’s Brooke Ligertwood

On today’s show, Hillsong Worship’s Brooke Ligertwood tells us about their brand-new single “King of Kings.” Also, Jamie Ivey and Annie join us as we discuss the new releases from NF and Chance the Rapper, learn about the new law that could…
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Episode 729: Derek Minor

On today’s show, we talk with rapper Derek Minor about the future of the church and culture and why casual racism is so harmful. Derek was one of 40 artists, thinkers, leaders and activists to join us for a series of roundtable interviews in the…
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Episode 16: Christine Caine

Author, speaker, activist—Christine Caine is a literal world changer. She founded A21, a nonprofit working to “abolish slavery everywhere, forever,” as well as Propel Women, an organization empowering women to lead and develop their sense of…
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Episode 728: Jamie Bell

On today’s show, we talk with actor Jamie Bell about his brand-new movie Skin and the power of redemption. The gang also discusses Rich Wilkerson Jr.’s Sunday Service sermon, the new Mister Rogers movie, Katy Perry’s legal battle with a Christian…
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Episode 727: Natalie Manuel Lee

On today’s podcast, we talk with influencer and host of Hillsong Channel’s “Now with Natalie” Natalie Manuel Lee about the future of faith and culture. The gang also discusses the power of the laugh track, how to have more productive…
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Episode 726: Scot McKnight

On today’s show, we talk with Scot McKnight, theologian and author of the new book Reading Romans Backwards: A Gospel of Peace in the Midst of Empire. We hear from Scot about the book and why so it’s essential to see the modern social…
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Episode 725: John Mark McMillan

On today’s show, we talk with singer and artist John Mark McMillan about how church, music and culture have evolved in the last 10 years—and where they might be headed next. Also, Annie returns and we discuss the plan to “storm” Area 51, how a…
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Episode 724: Crowder

On today’s show, we talk with David Crowder about his recent collaborations with Mandisa and Social Club Misfits and why the idea of what “worship” music can be is evolving. Also, Bianca Olthoff and Propaganda join us as we discuss…