Rich Stearns

This week we talk to humanitarian and president of World Vision, Rich Stearns. Rich has a new book out called Unfinished that explores our calling to live out the whole Gospel. We also introduce you to a great new indie/folk band, The Lonely Wild, deal with the impending reality of lightsabers, and discover a new app to help us find our "heartpoints." Trust us, you won't want to miss this one...

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The Lonely Wild: Everything You Need (Live at The Echo)

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"Unfinished" by Richard Stearns | World Vision

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Question of the Week

What movie inventions would you like to see in real life?

Scientists have discovered that we are on the verge of being able to create a real-life lightsaber. So naturally, it got us thinking about all the other cool things we'd like to see and use, so this week we want to hear from you, what other movie inventions would you like to see in real life?


Phil Stuller


Phil Stuller commented…

We should have seem the shrink ray gun from "Honey I shrunk the Kids"...wonder if that works on student loans

James Netherland


James Netherland commented…

Radioactive super power giving spiders.

Though I'd like to point out that lightsabers don't put us ahead of the game really- we should've had them "a long, long time ago."



Joe commented…

The child-sized gummy bears in "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory"

Dave Watson


Dave Watson commented…

Can there be any question? It's gotta be Flubber. It's cool and it gives Jesse his flying car. (Jesse, you cool with a Model T?)

Rob Mitchell


Rob Mitchell commented…

My first thought for this 'editorial question of the week'?

google : 'star trek inventions that became real'

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