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Join the RELEVANT team as they tackle the intersection of faith and culture like no one else — all with a hilarious twist! In addition to the week's news and randomness, Cameron Strang, Jesse Carey, Jamie Ivey, Derek Minor and Tyler Huckabee are joined by thought-provoking leaders, influencers, and artists you don't want to miss.
 
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Episode 886: This week, Sleeping at Last (aka Ryan O'Neal) joins us to discuss his musical, creative and spiritual journey. Then for our Quarterlife Conversation, we speak with the co-authors of 'The Great Sex Rescue,' Sheila Gregoire and Rebecca Lindenbach, who are pioneering a new way for the Church to talk about sex. Plus, the gang has a major n…
 
This week we’re joined by author, speaker and activist Christine Caine. It’s a fascinating conversation about spiritual burnout — how easily we can fall into it, how to keep our guard up and what to do when we get there. Also, singer/songwriter Phillip LaRue tells us the beautiful story behind his latest music. The cast brings slices — Jesse takes …
 
The guys are back from Wyoming, and on today’s show we’re joined by another member of the trip — hip-hop artist, poet and activist Propaganda. We talk about his new book and album series, Terraform, and recap some highlights from our adventures out West. We also preview the epic summer issue of RELEVANT, and for our Quarterlife Conversation (presen…
 
On this week’s podcast, iconic worship artist David Crowder discusses his new album, “Milk and Honey.” And for this our Quarterlife segment (presented by UHSM), pastor and author Dr. Dharius Daniels shares tips on both dating and breaking up well. Plus, RELEVANT News and Slices covers everything you need to be in the know about, from songs about he…
 
Author, artist and activist Sho Baraka joins us this week to discuss his new book and shares how creativity and the arts are essential in the fight for justice and equality. Also, Jennifer Dukes Lee shares tips on eliminating stress and hustle from your life during our Quarterlife Conversation, presented by UHSM. Plus, this week’s “dudecast” tackle…
 
This week, Passion founder Louie Giglio joins us to talk about mental health — both his own struggles and how he’s found help winning those battles practically, mentally and spiritually. (It’s this week’s Quarterlife Conversation, presented by UHSM.) Also, we introduce you to singer/songwriter Natalie Bergman, whose amazing new album ‘Mercy’ is abo…
 
Episode 880: This week, Chandler Moore from Maverick City Music joins us to talk about the amazing live album they just released in collaboration with Elevation Worship. We talk about how the partnership came about—and how working together unlocked a whole new lane of creative inspiration for them all. For our Quarterlife Conversation (presented by…
 
Episode 879: Singer/songwriter extraordinaire Matt Kearney debuts some of his upcoming album ‘January Flower,’ and tells us why it’s his most personal project yet. Then, for our Quarterlife conversation (presented by UHSM) we talk to counselor and author Mike Foster about some of the obstacles twentysomethings face on the road to mental wellness. T…
 
This week, MARTY from Social Club Misfits is in the hot seat playing our RELEVANT Culture Quiz: TV Edition, author John Elredge joins us for our Quarterlife conversation (presented by UHSM) talking about the importance of soul care, especially post-pandemic, and of course we talk about the issue gripping America this week—the Chauvin verdict—and wh…
 
Episode 877: This week, Joel and Luke from For King & Country join us to talk about live music, collaboration and their new live concert film, which just released. We’re also joined by relationship expert Debra Fileta to talk about dating in your 20s, part of our new Quarterlife series presented by UHSM. (Yes we talk about all the apps, and how to …
 
Episode 876: This week, one of our favorite authors and pastors, Francis Chan, joins us to talk about the importance of unity in the Church (man, we could use some of that!). We also debut our new content series, 'Quarterlife,' which focuses on making the most of your 20s, this week talking to mental health advocate Brittney Moses. Then, just warni…
 
Episode 875: The Giving Keys is a popular purpose-driven jewelry brand based in LA, and founder Caitlin Crosby joins us to talk about pursuing faith and entrepreneurship. Other than that, it’s Jesse’s birthday and things get off the rails. We talk about the news about declining church membership, and somehow that turns into … well, you just need to…
 
Episode 874: Dante Bowe joins us to talk about his new album, and why he believes music can help bring clarity to spiritually complex topics. Plus Kristen Howerton joins for the whole episode, and is subjected to Jesse and Cameron's excitement about ORU's unexpected March Madness run. Slices covers everything from Maine's Viking funerals to how muc…
 
Episode 873: Award-winning actress Cynthia Erivo joins us to talk about the challenge of playing Aretha Franklin in the new NatGeo miniseries debuting this weekend, then big news—Derek won a Grammy, Cameron's allergies from last week were cured (by Jesse's air fryer solution?), Tyler brings some encouraging Oscar news you might have missed, plus th…
 
Episode 872: Today kicks off a new era of the show! Comedian Nate Bargatze (one of the funniest guys in the game) joins us to talk about comedy in the COVID era and his brand new Netflix special. Plus, this is clearly Cameron's "Jordan Flu Game"—you'll get it when you hear it—and Jesse has an unexpected cure for seasonal allergies. Then the crew br…
 
Today we're joined by one of our spiritual heroes — theologian, mentor, teacher and best-selling author Tim Keller. His new book about the resurrection, Hope in Times of Fear, comes out today. We talk about that, plus he opens up about his ongoing cancer battle and more. Also, the crew talks about the troubling Tom Cruise deep fake, the encouraging…
 
Today we're joined by Eric Johnson, lead singer of folk-rock band Fruit Bats. We talk about their new album, The Pet Parade, which releases today, as well as why their music seems to be connecting now more than ever and even ways to be creative even when you're not feeling all that creative. Plus, Derek Minor is back—and he has a new grill (you won…
 
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