In this episode, Ben and David go live for a special edition of Provoke&Inspire, where they talk about the need to place our trust in Jesus alone. They talk about how we should be making the most of this period of time by strengthening those foundations of faith and displaying genuine hope to our neighbors around us.

David recalls a story of trying to use humor to diffuse the tension of a different national emergency and much more on this week’s P&I!

In this episode, Ben, David, and Luke discuss the role of theology in the life of a believer. They ask, "how can we avoid the extremes of either living without it, or letting it make us dry and stuffy?" They also share some additional thoughts on the coronavirus. How do we overcome fear? What would Jesus have us do in the face of a crisis like this? 

David launches immediately into the story of a prank involving a "secret concert in Iraq," which left many in tears, despite the fresh chicken. All this and more on this week's P&I!

In this episode, Ben, Luke, and David discuss the Coronavirus. Is it bad? If so, how bad? They discuss the media, globalism, and our tendency to panic as a culture. Most importantly, they ask, "how should a follower of Jesus respond to global events, like pandemics? Could this be a healthy reminder of our dependence on God? Can this be an opportunity for the Gospel?" 

Davids reminisces of Luke's former band, 'Zombie Apocalypse Boy Rangers', and much more on this week's P&I!

In this episode Ben, Luke, and David have another inspiring conversation with author and Christian activist Shane Claiborne.

They discuss the United States’ use of the death penalty, how we should use Jesus as the filter through which we interpret all scripture, and how to have the correct motivation for pursuing justice in our world

Nigel continues his campaign trail, and David laments the fact that everyone is always trying to help him

Thursday, 20 February 2020 12:56

Episode 200: Radical Faith, Not Dead Religion!

When we started this podcast a few years back, we had no idea how long it would last. But here we are, at our 200th episode!

We've cried, we've laughed, we've heard a lot of random stories. We've been able to interview some pretty amazing people from around the world.

One thing is for sure: we would've stopped long ago if it wasn't for all of you! Thanks for all of your support along the way!

We can't wait to record the next 200!

In this episode, Ben, David, and Luke speak with international speaker and evangelist Ben Fitzgerald. 

They discuss how we can let God work through us in everyday life, the element of courage in following the holy spirit’s promptings, and how we should guard against becoming professional Christians.

David tells a story of Asian Cuisine, and Nigel returns, all on this week’s P&I!

In this episode, Ben, David, and Luke speak with international speaker and evangelist Ben Fitzgerald. 

They discuss how we can let God work through us in everyday life, the element of courage in following the holy spirit’s promptings, and how we should guard against becoming professional Christians.

David tells a story of Asian Cuisine, and Nigel returns, all on this week’s P&I!

In this episode, Ben and David talk with special guest Scott Klusendorf from the Life Training Institute. 

They discuss whether or not abortion is an "all or nothing" battle, and how we engage the issue without compromise, but with grace and truth.

A cat assaults an Australian man, who, in turn, attacks others (at least according to David), and much more on this week's P&I!

In this episode, Ben, David, and Luke discuss the hot topic of heresy in the church.

They ask, “should we be the modern-day heresy police?” and, “how should we properly call out serious issues when we see them?”

David adds another (and hopefully the final) chapter to Ben’s childhood exposé, and Nigel is nowhere to be found. All of this and more on this week’s P&I!

In this episode, Ben and David discuss the idea that It’s not enough to just have a vision for our lives, but that we need to have Godly burdens.

Related to this, they discuss the idea that if we make knowing Jesus our number one priority, everything will fall into its proper place despite our circumstances.

Luke takes a week off to attend a specialized class, and much more on this week’s P&I!

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