I am part of a unique band called No Longer Music, and last summer marked my tenth straight year of touring with them. In NLM, we use music and theater to present a clear Gospel message outside the church.

Over the years, I have been in many intense situations, and it hasn’t always been safe. I’ve had rocks thrown at me, fled from a riot in Lebanon, been followed by the secret police, and had our power cut just as we started to play. One time, a guy threw a cell phone at my head while I was preaching!

Is leadership really necessary? Won’t a leader hold you back? In this 4th episode of Road Rules, the regulars discuss the importance of good leadership and knowing your giftings in a team setting. And, of course, there’s also another random story brought to you by David.
Matty Mullins (Memphis May Fire) joins the podcast and shares about overcoming anxiety and being bold for Jesus.
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 04:26

Episode 49: Road Rules! Don't Do Crack!

At what point does striving to live a holy life just become legalistic, or a set of rules we try to follow? The podcast regulars tackle the topic of holiness in this new episode of the Road Rules series, and David shares a secret to eating at a restaurant without paying.
Is prayer really that important in a band? Shouldn’t musicians focus more on practicing? While Luke is stuck in traffic in the Swiss alps, Ben, Chad, and David talk about having the perspective that prayer changes everything, and David shares the first of many random stories.
Does a band need a clear vision to succeed? What is a covenant and how is it relevant to a Christian artist? In this first episode of the new series “Road Rules," the P&I regulars discuss these other related topics and Luke admits he supports girl bands.
Tuesday, 09 May 2017 09:59

Episode 46: Stop Being So Judgemental!

Is it always wrong to judge? In this episode of the P&I! podcast, we talk about the challenge of making Godly judgements while living in a culture that is hostile to absolute truth.

The Provoke & Inspire regulars debrief and break down their recent conversation with Bad Christian Podcast and discuss in further depth the ideas they debated.

Thursday, 16 February 2017 11:36

Come&Live Introduction

This is the first video of a series based on David Pierce's book "Revolutionary. 10 Principles That Will Empower Christian Artists to Change the World."
Mark Mohr from the band Christafari joined us on the podcast! Mark shares his story, as well as some valuable lessons he has learned from over 25 years of using music to reach the lost.
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