Does a band need a clear vision to succeed? What is a covenant and how is it relevant to a Christian artist? In this first episode of the new series “Road Rules," the P&I regulars discuss these other related topics and Luke admits he supports girl bands.
Over the past several years, I’ve hoped to more consistently fulfill 1 Corinthians 4:20: “For the kingdom of God does not consist in talk but in power.” It hasn’t made sense to me how Christianity now could look so different to us compared with when it all started. I’m reading through the Book of Acts again, and the stories of the early church clearly spell 1 Corinthians 4:20. So, what’s wrong with me? 
Tuesday, 09 May 2017 09:59

Episode 46: Stop Being So Judgemental!

Is it always wrong to judge? In this episode of the P&I! podcast, we talk about the challenge of making Godly judgements while living in a culture that is hostile to absolute truth.

The Provoke & Inspire regulars debrief and break down their recent conversation with Bad Christian Podcast and discuss in further depth the ideas they debated.

Join us as we take you on a journey through our first-ever International tour/missions trip in the beautiful country of New Zealand.

We had just returned from our first adventure in New Zealand when we received a surprise invitation to visit the beautiful country of Colombia. Our first thought was, “don’t they kidnap people down there?”

Mark Mohr from the band Christafari joined us on the podcast! Mark shares his story, as well as some valuable lessons he has learned from over 25 years of using music to reach the lost.
Tuesday, 28 February 2017 18:00

How Hungry Are You?

Over the years, I’ve adopted various methods for coming into a deeper, more focused connection with God. I once quieted myself on a silent retreat for several days at a Catholic monastery in Bourbon County, Kentucky, where most of the Colombia [Esto Es Reino] script was handwritten. Since my college days twenty years ago, I’ve fasted from food on many (though far from all) Fridays. Back in those university days, a friend of mine and I worked at Pizza Hut on Friday nights. We’d push each other to refrain from eating until after the dinner rush - not out of obligation, but rather from a place of desperation to see God moving in our lives.
Wednesday, 12 April 2017 10:41

Episode 43: Why Am I Silent? I Gave Up

Whether it’s caused by the loss of our passion and focus over time; running on principle rather than intimacy with God; or simply not realizing the spiritual battle we are in, we can find ourselves giving up on our calling. In this final episode of “Why Am I Silent?”, we talk about why we often decide to give up, and how we can find the strength to persevere.