Interviews

Christ's final commission was to make disciples "as you go." What does that look like in today's context? Michael talks with Carl Cartee, songwriter/artist/worship leader, about making disciples through the avenue of worship. ...

There are approximately 900 printed English translations and paraphrases of the Bible. What is the story behind the first English translation and how we arrived with so many versions today? A conversation with Dr. Ed Blum, General Editor and Translator of the Holman Christian Standard...

A conversation about the progress of racial reconciliation in America and the church, racially charged current events, Black Lives Matters, and what our response should be as followers of Christ. ...

On this episode: George Grant shares the little-known truth about Margaret Sanger and the origins of Planned Parenthood; Dr. Anthony Trabue shares his perspective as a former abortion provider, and Meg Webber discusses And Then There Were None, a nonprofit that assists abortion clinic workers...

What are we fighting for? A conversation about the pro-life and pro-choice rhetoric, convictions, and more with Roland Warren (President/CEO of Care Net) + Stephanie Gray (pro-life activist)....

The Greatest Message in the world deserves to be told on the most influential medium, in the best way possible. An interview with Dallas Jenkins, writer, director, producer of award-winning faith-based films. His latest film, "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone” hits theaters January 20th....

If you could do it all over again, what would you do more of? Less of? What's a life lesson you're desperate to pass on? Join Michael in studio with Jon Gauger as he discuss his book, "If You Could Do It All Over Again...

How do we practically fight the attitude of comparison in the age of social media where we constantly compare our reality with others' highlight reels? Join Michael in studio with Rachel Cruze, author of "Love Your Life, Not Theirs" and Dave Ramsey Personality. ...

A lesson in American history and government from Bob McEwen and a plea to "IDK" millennials (and other confused, apathetic and undecided voters) to join a party and vote from Katie Thompson....