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There isn’t a more polarizing topic in our culture when it comes to Christianity than the topic of sexuality. What is our response, as Christians, around the conversation surrounding the LGBTQ+ movements? Why is there such a divide between our
Why are so many teens and college students leaving the faith? Why do kids who grow up in Christian homes end up rejecting those beliefs as adults? We speak with Mark Gregston, author of the book “Raising Teens in a Contrary Culture” and Founder
How should the church respond to the #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements? We dive into that conversation with Danielle Strickland, an expert in this area who trains, advocates, and inspires people through initiatives like Amplify Peace, Brave Globa
The term “woke” has become a very loaded term, especially in the church. How does the church wake up to and engage in social issues of racial injustice? We dive into a roundtable conversation with Dr. Eric Mason, Dr. Ed Stetzer, and Ron Zappia
The topic of human trafficking is a topic that the church just hasn’t completely missed, but has often ignored entirely. We speak with Christine Caine about how human trafficking takes on many forms outside of what has been sensationalized by H
What if leaders were more interested in developing others around them, than leading for their own gain? That is the question we are seeking to answer in this episode. How do we make more leaders and invest ourselves into others? Dave Ferguson i
Leaders and pastors are crashing and burning left and right, both in the workplace as well as the church, with leaders burning out now more than ever before. There is no one better to speak on burnout than Carey Nieuwhof. He is a former lawyer
The amount of noise that we experience in today’s culture has never been higher. Cell phones, social media, the 24 hour news cycle. How do we intentionally create space to hear from God in the midst of all that is thrown at us? We dig into a hi
There is no doubt that mental health issues are on the rise. With the influence of social media, the rise in suicide rates, and the rising cases of depression and anxiety, this is not an issue the church can afford to silent on any longer. Derw
Does God intend everyone to get married? Does the church have a blind eye to single people? What does it look like to live as God intended, even in singleness? We talk with Lina AbuJamra, the founder of Living With Power Ministries, author of t
HOW we communicate, HOW we get our point across, is important. As Christians, are people even listening to us or are we just living in our own echo chambers? Have we lost the art of effective communication and debate? Dr. Ed Stetzer, professor
Marriages never stand still. They are either getting better, or getting worse. We are speaking with the guru of marriage, Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages and speaker who has impacted countless lives and marriages. Talking wi
Kadi Cole is no stranger to developing leaders. She oversaw the booming growth of Christ Fellowship in Palm Beach, Florida as the Executive Director of Multi-site, taking the church from 3,500 to 23,000 people per weekend. She is now a leadersh
When it comes to race and reconciliation it can feel like there are only two sides to the conversation. But is there a third option? We talk with Miles McPherson, Senior Pastor of the Rock Church in San Diego, former NFL player, and author of t
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