The Digital Age

This week we spotlight one of our favorite new worship bands, The Digital Age. Fans of the David Crowder Band might recognize these guys - and there's good reason for that - so listen to our interview with them to find out why. Plus, Jesse finds a real shark attack (not a Megalodon one), we update you on the Left Behind movie, and Cameron makes a very important announcement.

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Bonus Content

Featured Videos

The Digital Age - "Believe"

Find out more about the band here

The Digital Age - "All The Poor And Powerless"

Episode Wiki

Notable Jokes & Runs

27:14 - A discussion begins about Tampa, FL ("It's a different kind of Floridian."), and people who own airboats. This leads to Eddie talking about his school being right next to the Monkey Island.

Notable Guest Moments

41:09 - Introduction to The Digital Age.

Other Notable Moments

5:14 - Jesse brings up the backlash against Cameron's comments about science fiction fans from last episode.

12:55 - A long discussion begins about the upcoming Nicholas Cage remake of Left Behind. They talk about Ashley Tisdale leaving the film, and Calvin suggests it should be called Left Behind: The Squeakquel.

21:57 - Jesse's slice about a shark attack survivor who has also survived lightning, rattlesnake bites, and monkey punches.

30:20 - Eddie's slice about a secret art installation beneath Times Square.

33:49 - Calvin's slice about a woman in England tweeting for help while trapped inside a church. He guesses what Obama, Rhianna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Justin Bieber would tweet if they were locked in a church.

52:31 - Cameron announces his sabbatical from the podcast.

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Erica Minehan Cook


Erica Minehan Cook commented…

I just started listening to you guys last week and enjoyed the show, even the nerd comment had me giggling (and I'm a nerd).

With that said, I have two comments about this week's podcast:

- Cameron, I appreciate your honesty and openness on this difficult time in your family's life. I have no idea what you are going through and I'm not even sure what the right words are but know that my family and I are praying for your family. I can imagine that the journey looks scary but I pray that this time away will bring some form of healing and peace to all of you.

- The tweets from inside a locked church had me laughing and I did want to comment that there has been a "Twitter Celebrity" who tweeted when they were stuck somewhere. It was Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos (who at the time had like a million followers), and he got stuck on the balcony of his hotel room at a conference. He talks about it in the company blog about how Twitter has helped him personally & professionally, see Topic 2. It's quite funny to think about.

Thanks for being awesome!

juliette pardue


juliette pardue commented…

My now-young adult kids got me hooked on the podcast years I'm a fifty-year old woman and still a faithful listener! I want to encourage all those young folks struggling in their marriages. My husband and I were fighting to stay in our marriage for at least the first fifteen years....battling through depression, anger, poor financial decisions, raising children, major career changes, etc. We made it through to the other side, and now we are dealing with a major blow to my health and prolonged disability. I can say now that my husband is my dearest friend and I can't imagine life without him. What seems impossible in the early years of marriage can through the miracle of love and perseverance turn into the grace of God. Please don't give up.



TA commented…

I know Cameron is on sabbatical and probably won't see this message but I just wanted to say I appreciate your honesty with us listeners and sharing something so deeply personal. When things get tough, I hope you remember the community of listeners that is praying for your family (all of you podcasters, really) and care very much for you. I'm rooting for you guys and praying that God restores and strengthens your family.

Nathan Schock


Nathan Schock commented…

Maya and Cameron, you're in my prayers. God bless.

Mike Murphy


Mike Murphy commented…

Just listened to the last podcast. Praying for you and your family Cameron. I know this is a hard season for you 3. Know that me and my family are praying for you, Maya, and Cohen.

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