One church leader, one calling, one honest conversation. An interview show about the nature of church leadership, the inherent struggles that come with that calling, and the many different ways God has shaped individuals to work within his church.
Episode 68|41minThe Witness Is Building a Community for Christian Outsiders
Black Christians found a home in a Facebook group. Now that online community is coming together in Chicago.
Episode 67|54minJohn Perkins On The Day He Finally Understood The Bible
How a textual discovery led to a life-long call to vindicate the poor, his community, and his own family name.
Episode 66|39minJustin Giboney Is Bringing Christian Hope To Politics
By walking on both sides of party lines, the political strategist is paving a way for Christians in politics.
Episode 65|55minKeith Getty Is Still Fighting the Worship Wars
How the writer of "In Christ Alone" found an adversary in Wall Street.
Episode 64|47minWhere Is God When My Spouse Is Incarcerated?
Raising kids, maintaining a marriage, and leaning into those awkward conversations at church.
Episode 63|42minHow Billy Graham Built Christianity Today
CT's former president, Harold Myra, on the time he was grilled by Billy Graham, and what he learned from working with him.
Episode 62|51minDhati Lewis Is a Discipleship Nerd
The Atlanta pastor won't rest until all 281 members of his church are being discipled.
Episode 61|27minJenny Yang Is Bringing Humanity to the Political Discussion
World Relief's vice president of advocacy and policy wants political issues to hit closer to home.
Episode 60|43minMichael Wear’s Uneasy Call to Politics
Obama's former director of faith outreach left the White House frustrated but hopeful.
Episode 59|38minFor Andrew Peterson, Creating Art Means Facing His Fear of Being Known
The singer-songwriter and author reflects on a long career of finding holy hope in the face of self-doubt.