In this episode, the guys talk to John Couch, the 54th employee of Apple personally recruited by Steve Jobs.
He discusses the emptiness of significant success and his spiritual awakening.
The conversation covers everything from technology, working with Aaron Gilespie, and when robots will take over the world.
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In this episode, we catch up with Brian Head Welch from the band Korn to discuss what he’s been doing in Japan, his thoughts on the suicides that have shocked the rock world, and how to handle the haters.
Recently, I saw a meme that showed a cartoon Jesus and a tagline that said, “I died! April fools!” and another one that exclaimed, “YOLO. JK. BRB!” (You Only Live Once. Just Kidding. Be Right Back!)
Some of you may have seen these and even laughed. I didn’t.
In this episode, the guys talk about the decline of Christianity in the West. They wrestle with the question why are people leaving the church? What does it mean to be “hot” and “cold?” Is there a greater social cost to following God now compared to just a few years ago?
The guys also discuss at what point does a missional band's use of promotional tools (website, music videos, social media, etc) become a distraction.
Oh and David talks about his encounter with controversial latte art.
In this episode, the guys react to the reactions to their podcast on Spencer Chamberlain from Underoath.
They talk through their decision to speak on this particular topic, how they could have done it differently, and why it's important to stand up for what you believe is true.
If God asked you to quit what you were doing and follow Him in a different direction, would you? That is exactly what Chad Johnson did nine years ago when he began Come&Live! Chad shares about the steps of obedience he took, and how God has been transforming his life ever since, in this month’s artist interview.
In this episode, Chad, David, and Ben discuss Snoop Dogg's recent response to those who have been critical of his decision to record and release the Gospel Album "Bible of Love."
They talk about whether the criticism is fair and whether a person with a unique platform is held to a higher standard when representing the Christian faith.
Ben goes on a rant about irreverent Easter memes and the guys talk about whether our Christian traditions have become meaningless and if so how to make them meaningful once again.
To hear the guys discuss this topic on the Provoke&Inspire podcast click here.
In a recent interview with the Australian music website Music Feeds, Spencer Chamberlain of the band Underoath claims that Christianity ruined his life.