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This week on the podcast, Voice winner Jordan Smith talks about going from a church singer to best-selling artist. We talk to two of the people behind the recent documentary For the Love Of, about why Christians should care about climate change and much, much more. Trust us, this is a good one. Read More

This week, singer/songwriter John Mark McMillan discusses the five songs that changed his life. Also, author and theologian Jeremiah J. Johnston talks about the big questions Christians need to be able to answer. Photographer-to-the-stars Andy Barron steps in as guest host, Joy updates us on her “investigation” into one of the world’s great mysteries, and much more. Read More

This week on the show, we talk with Andrew W.K. about his new, alternative political party, “The Party Party” and why he thinks it can change America. Also, Shauna warns us about the dangers of overdue Blockbuster videos, we find out about the most scientifically effective way to apologize and learn how Mark Zuckerberg might change the way we think about space travel. Read More

Worship artist Phil Wickham tells us how losing his voice inspired his new album, Children of God. Also, we talk to author John Eldredge about how we all might be getting prayer wrong—and why he doesn’t tell people “I’ll pray for you” anymore. Read More

This week on the show, we talk with To Write Love on Her Arms founder Jamie Tworkowski on the organization’s 10th anniversary. The indie rock outfit Run River North stops by to perform some songs from their new album “Drinking from a Salt Pond,” we meet the newest member of the team and send Jeremiah off in style. Read More