They talk about the challenge of relying on God instead of past successes, Josh shares about overcoming personal challenges, and finding Jesus as his strength when his own had failed.

David's random story adds a chapter to a common theme in his life, and Nigel asks yet another probing question, all on this week's P&I!

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In this episode, Ben, David, and Luke talk with none other than Dr. Tim Keller! 

Among several topics, they discuss questions such as, “where is the role of just sharing the plain gospel with people? and, “should lifestyle sermons be preached in churches?”

David reminisces about the shocking time a man would not eat his own food on a commercial flight, and Nigel interjects his political agenda, all on this week's Provoke&Inspire.

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In this episode, Luke, David, and Ben address two critical questions raised by the P&I Community. They ask what someone should do when they want to follow God, but don't feel Him, and what role emotions should play in our walk with God. 
They discuss the important of being honest with God, how followers of Jesus should conduct themselves online, and whether it's Biblical to talk about Christian influencers, instead of to them. 

Don't miss this critical discussion!

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Wednesday, 20 November 2019 09:39

Make It Count

One day last week, I jumped in my car and headed to work. Things seemed normal until the light in front of me turned red and I hit the brakes. Nothing happened. I hit them again - still nothing.

IIn this episode, Ben apologizes for rushing to judgment on an article that was shared on the podcast community page. The guys use this opportunity to talk about several key points that were made in response to Ben's comment. They ask, does the Gospel "work" with secular people? Is it arrogant to challenge people to share the Gospel, and is preaching the Gospel a unique calling, or something all believers should do?


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In this episode, the guys chat with Justin Brierley from the "Unbelievable?" podcast! They cover a bunch of interesting topics including the relevance of apologetics in modern culture, the surprising alliance of Christianity and the intellectual dark web, and the need to reclaim conversation in the era of hyper-political correctness.

Check it out!

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Monday, 11 November 2019 04:25

Your Tweets Aren't Changing the World

Former U.S. President Barack Obama made headlines recently by criticizing our “call-out culture.” It was timely and delivered with the kind of unambiguous clarity that’s typically absent from stressed out politicians trying to tow the party line.

Sunday, 03 November 2019 11:00

Kanye

Over the course of the past week, I've been captivated by the Kanye West story. In case you’re unfamiliar, he’s the infamous hip hop star turned radical follower of Jesus and bold proclamation evangelist.

It's been a stunning turnaround.

In this episode of the podcast, David, Ben, and Luke are joined by frequent contributor Brian Head Welch as well as Ryan Ries from the "Whosoevers."

They discuss why so many Christians are skeptical about Kanye's West public conversion and bold proclamation of the Gospel.

They talk about the disheartening pharisaism that seems more prevalent than ever, and ask, "how would Jesus respond to Kanye West?"

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IIn this episode of the Provoke&Inspire podcast, David, Ben, and Luke debunk the social justice or Jesus false dichotomy and talk about how we can relevantly reach culture using our platforms without adding to the tribalism.

They talk about the need to accept the foolishness of the Cross while recognizing that sometimes we create unnecessary barriers because we don't know or love people like we really should.


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