In this episode of the podcast, David, Luke, and Ben interview worship leader, songwriter, and Christian influencer Sean Feucht about his decision to run for congress.

They ask how can politics bring about change, should the church be engaged in politics, and how can progress be made in a two-party system that offers little hope for new ideas?

This unique episode is a must listen!

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In this action-packed episode, David and Ben discuss how we should view Kanye West's Sunday Service. They ask, should be we skeptical or excited?

Ben brings up Ellen DeGeneres' appeal to be nice to everyone - even to those we disagree with.

Lastly, the guys bring on Megan Almon, who is a full-time Pro-life advocate and educator. They ask, how can we remain vigilant in defending the pro-life position, and do intellectual arguments ever change people's minds?

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In light of the rise of Greta Thunberg and the unprecedented scale of the amazon fires, the boys felt it was time to talk about the environment. They ask, why has the environment become a political issue, and is it tight that Christians are often the most apathetic when it comes to global warming. They attempt to find clarity and a firm footing in the murky waters that is the environment debate…

You will laugh, you will cry, but you won’t be bored.

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In this episode of the podcast, David, Luke, and Ben talk with Youtube influencer and atheist Finn Mckenty about his video “What Killed Christian Core?”

In his video, Finn breaks down the decline of the Christian hardcore scene and makes several interesting observations. He challenges the double standard of a secular culture that allows everyone to speak their minds except Christians. Finn criticizes Christian who lead double lives, or abuse religion for fame, wealth, or power.

During the discussion, they cover a variety of critical topics, including hypocrisy, the role of art in culture, and the existence of God.

You don’t want to miss this episode!

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In this episode of the podcast, Luke, David, and Ben talk with influential thought leader Dr. Michael Brown. Ever since his radical conversion in the early 1970s, Dr. Brown has been a bold voice for Biblical truth as an author, radio host, and online content creator. We discussed the broken sexuality of our culture, how a follower of Jesus should engage with politics, as well as how to defend the truth in a way that honors Jesus.

Don’t miss this critical conversation!

In this episode of the podcast, David and Ben talk with influential Brazilian worship leader Andre Aquino. They tackle some critical questions, including, what does authentic worship look like, how can we worship God amid discouragement, and is our culture’s elevation of worship leaders to celebrity status healthy?

Don’t miss this important conversation!

In this episode of the Provoke and Inspire, the regulars have a conversation with Chip Ingram from Living on the Edge!

They discuss what real faith looks like, the lies that keep us from experiencing God’s power, and the unique challenges facing followers of Jesus in culture today.

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In this episode of the Provoke and Inspire podcast, David and Ben are joined by John Cooper (Skillet) and Brian “Head” Welch (Korn) to discuss the intense reaction to John’s recent Facebook post, “What in God’s Name is Happening to Christianity?”

They ask whether social media is the proper avenue for working out one’s faith, and discuss the worrying influence of secular culture on Christian influencers.

You don’t want to miss this episode!

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John Cooper's FB Post

In this bonus episode, David and Ben react to the recent renunciations of faith by Marty Sampson and Joshua Harris and specifically look at John Cooper’s (lead singer of Christian rock band Skillet) response.

They ask critical questions about the negative impact of our culture’s glorification of youth, and whether being “real” is always right.

This is a critical conversation for every follower of Jesus.