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The Best of 2012

This week we bring you some of our favorite podcast moments from 2012! It's a special episode showcasing the year's best interviews and live performances, featuring John Tesh, Lecrae, Rick Warren, Gungor, Bob Goff, Feist and many others. And of course, it wouldn't be a best-of podcast without a compilation of wisdom nuggets from the one and only Jesse Carey! From all of us here, thanks for listening and making 2012 such a great year. We hope you all have a wonderful holiday and we'll see you back in two weeks to kick of 2013!

Download the show MP3 here, or subscribe to the RELEVANT Podcast via iTunes or any other podcast aggregator.

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Question of the Week

What were your favorite podcast moments of 2012?

As you sit back and enjoy the glow of your Christmas tree mixed with the crackle of the fireplace (who knows, maybe a little Bing Crosby is playing in the background too), allow your mind to wander back to your favorite podcast moments of 2012. As the memories overwhelm you, maybe you'll crack a light chuckle. Or, more appropriately, shed a single tear. And as you try to regain your composure, take a deep breath, pour another round of eggnog and then tell us, your favorite friends from the RELEVANT Podcast, just which moments of 2012 were your absolute favorites (or "favourites" if you're Canadian). And if you're one of those people who like to look ahead, go ahead and let us know what you'd like to see and hear from us in 2013. Are there any interviews you want us to go after? Any games you want us to play? Any bands you'd like to hear perform live? Go ahead, don't be shy, let us know and we'll do our best to make 2013 even better than 2012!

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Austin Campbell

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Austin Campbell commented…

Besides the biannual Rambo of the Month, the highlight of the year was the Oskarz.biz awards. Everything about it is why I love to listen every week. I only hope that 2013's Oskarz will include "Best Muted YouTube Video" - when Jesse announced it the week before, but then failed to include it, was the biggest let down since subscribing to his twitter account.

In regards to possible interviews, I would be happy to hear from author Wendy Alec. Her "Chronicles of Brothers" series are my absolute favorite (favourite) books of all time.

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