Today we're joined by the host of Hillsong Channel show 'Now With Natalie,' Natalie Manuel Lee. We talk about knowing how to bridge the gap between your gifts and your purpose, and keeping your head on straight when it feels like things are falling apart. And as great as that conversation is, we should be honest this episode actually gets into the ridiculousness ditch for the first half. The "Boys Are Back In Town" .... because Jamie isn't on this one. It's a hilarious episode, but substance does happen eventually. We promise.
On today's episode, Dharius sits down with author Joel Marion to talk about being vocal about your faith, surrendering situations to God and shares advice on being an entrepreneur. Also, the cast discusses gender roles in marriage, and you don't want to miss listener questions on spouses in the shadows of ministry and the future of the body of Christ.
Today we're joined by One Day's Wages founder and Bread for the World president Eugene Cho. It's a timely conversation about how Christians can stop being such jerks when engaging politics. The crew also brings some creative 2020 Halloween ideas, and don't miss Slices, covering the gamut from scary movies, to firefighting robots, to the unexpected reason some college students are intentionally trying to get COVID. Plus, your feedback on creative Halloween costume ideas and a lot more. Don't miss it!
Today we're joined by We The Kingdom. We talk to the band about the tension of being creative in a community and how sometimes that tension leads to artistic breakthroughs. The crew also touches on everything from Chinese church persecution to how churches are responding to pandemic to the latest Kanye drops. Don't miss it!
On this episode, Dharius sits down with Hillsong NYC pastor Carl Lentz. Their conversation covers breaking bad religion, to having thick skin and a soft heart, to how racism is challenging the humility of Christianity. Plus, don't miss the cast's conversation about the fly that made an appearance at the VP debate and how political leaders need to be knowledgeable about what systemic racism really is. And to finish the episode, Dharius answers your questions about interfaith-relationships and why God chose you.
Today we’re joined by one of our favorite worship outfits, Housefires. We cover their new music of course, but also talk about what’s bringing them joy this season. The crew also covers the full gamut, somehow getting from Halloween costumes, to church holiday parties, commercials, improv films, CRISPR’s ethical implications, and neighbors coming together across political divides. Don't miss it!
2020 isn't normal. We're simultaneously dealing with a global pandemic, racial injustice, political tension, economic instability and climate disasters. That's why we wanted to do this special edition of 'Unedited' where Cameron Strang sits down with pastor Rick Warren. He's a leader to leaders, and Pastor Rick's wisdom and insight to navigating these unprecedented waters is something we all need to hear. Buckle up, he brings some much-needed clarity and truth.
Today we're joined by pastor Rick Warren. We have a powerful conversation about navigating this challenging political season — you definitely don't want to miss it. Plus, the crew tackles a surprising new survey about waning Christian pro-life support, the unexpected new direction for the Lord of the Rings series, and the new satire Christian movie 'Faith Based.'
We're back for an all-new season! In this debut episode, pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. joins Dr. Dharius to talk about conformity, contentment, identity and a lot more. You won't want to miss that conversation. Plus, this season we add a big new element to the show — co-hosts! And we have your amazing questions in the 'Ask Dr. Dharius' segment to close the show. This episode sets the tone for an exciting new season of the Dharius Daniels Podcast!
On today’s show, we’re joined by gospel artist Tasha Cobbs Leonard. She tells us why she recorded her new live worship album in an empty sanctuary, why we all need mentorship, and a lot more. Plus, the crew has this week’s Slices, running the gamut from flying security robots, to the danger of AI bias (like in flying security robots), to redlining, to awkward Uber rides, and more. And don’t miss the QOTW segment, where you send in your favorite all-time viral clips. They’re pretty hilarious …
Tobe Nwigwe’s got a cool new Apple commercial. Also, the SBC is condemning white supremacy and Chrissy Teigan and John Legend mourn a tragic loss.
Today, rapper Andy Mineo joins us. We talk about how he’s kept his mental health up the last few months, and he gives us the inside scoop on his new project that’s in the works. Plus, the crew tackles prank calls, even more news about what a great person Chadwick Boseman was, a surprising study a study about spirituality and making a difference in your community, and the difficult news around the Ravi Zacharias investigation.
The President refuses to condemn white supremacy, Marvel has found its newest superhero and we’ve got our first look at Steven Yeun’s ‘Minari.’
Three women have come forward with claims against the late Ravi Zacharias. Also, Trump apparently makes fun of evangelicals when they’re not around and Chadwick Boseman fought hard for equal pay for his woman co-star.
Today, author and pastor Ashlee Eiland joins us. We talk about church during the pandemic, social unrest and living to put others first. Plus, your hilarious QOTW feedback and the crew tackles banned American foods, classic Internet memes, cruises and a LOT more.
The Billy Graham Association is part of the Trump Taxes story. Also, the Democrats are accused of an anti-Catholic bias and Billie Eilish has a documentary on the way.
Hillsong United has dropped an album of previously unreleased material and Wayne Grudem defends his support of President Trump.
Today we're joined by Hillsong United's Joel Houston. It's a hard-hitting conversation that touches on everything from hopelessness during this difficult year, to truly trusting God, to his thoughts on Christians holding gatherings in defiance of health guidelines in the name of "religious freedom." Plus, the crew also talks about the upcoming 'Passion of the Christ 2: Electric Boogaloo,' the Texas pastor who lost his preaching license for a political Facebook post, and how Africa has beaten COVID. Plus, Derek records on a church mic. It's a packed show!
We’ve got our first real look at Sorkin’s likely Best Picture contender. Also, a new study links spirituality with civic mindedness and Christian leaders speak up about the Breonna Taylor case.
A grand jury will not directly charge any of the cops involved in Breonna Taylor’s death with her killing. Also, a church is suing to re-open during the pandemic and Africa has avoided predicted nightmare scenarios.