Episode 65: Harvey Weinstein, Digital Church and Chucking Cans at Possums

With the sexual abuse allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein, the regulars tackle this sensitive subject, and discuss whether or not the messaging in our movies and music may be a contributing factor worth considering. They talk about how some churches are choosing to go fully digital, with online streaming, and if that can truly be considered "church", as well as the time that David hit a possum in the head with a can of beans.
  • Thursday, 26 October 2017 17:00
Provoke&Inspire Podcast

Bi-weekly podcasts featuring Chad Johnson, Luke Greenwood, Ben Pierce and David Pierce as well as other members of the C&L! Community

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Presented by Ben Pierce, David Pierce, Chad Johnson, Luke Greenwood

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