We had the privilege of talking to American hip-hop artist Tedashii. He is a member of the 116 Collective (Based on Romans 1:16) which includes Lecrae, Andy Mineo, and Trip Lee. We discuss the importance of sharing the Gospel through music and challenge the commonly held idea that silence will lead to more significant opportunities to share Jesus in the future. Nigel asks a poignant question about Aliens and their potential to influence his musical direction.

In this episode, David raises the valid question: “what happened to humility being a cool thing?”
The guys discuss the vanity of our age, the challenges of using social media positively, and how critical humility is as a follower of Jesus.
Oh, and there are three cringe-worthy random stories you won't want to miss!

This is part one of a four-part series the guys recorded in person back in April 2018. The series is based on Hebrews 10:23-25 and focuses on how as followers of Jesus we can make a difference in secular culture. In part four, the guys talk the importance of understanding where our hope comes from. They share personal examples of how their personal intimacy with Jesus has sustained through the years of reaching the secular world, and warn of the dangers of trying to do anything apart from it.

This is part one of a four-part series the guys recorded in person back in April 2018. The series is based on Hebrews 10:23-25 and focuses on how as followers of Jesus we can make a difference in secular culture. Part three is all about urgency! How often do we believe the lie that we have endless time? The guys talk about making the most of every opportunity we have to share the truth.

In another "road report" podcast, David and Ben talk about the amazing things God is doing during the No Longer Music tour of Ukraine. Ben brings up the Piece family motto: "Good and hard go together" and they discuss how critical it is to push through difficulties if you want to experience the dynamic calling God has for you.

Luke, David, and Ben respond to another set of listener questions in person at Steiger's International Center! Among other things, they discuss how to handle discouragement, the true nature of spiritual warfare, how to preach effectively to people from other religions. Oh, and David is compared to a young goon without a job. Check it out!

This is part two of a four-part series the guys recorded in person back in April 2018. The series is based on Hebrews 10:23-25 and focuses on how as followers of Jesus we can make a difference in secular culture. The guys talk about the "battle" mindset necessary to be fruitful as a follower of Jesus. They look at the difference between soldiers and civilians and how being prepared for a fight changes our entire mindset.

“We all have a hunger” - that empty feeling inside us, that loneliness, that weight with which our heads hit the pillow at night, when no one else knows. It’s part of being human, as if we’re born with something missing, something beyond us and beyond this world. Sometimes this heartfelt need is expressed in honest art, when an artist is bold enough to speak out.

Miraculously, this episode features all four regulars! Despite being scattered around the globe they come together to discuss the critical subject of identity. Too often we allow what we do to define who we are.
The guys discuss how some personal examples of how they've gotten off track and what they have learned about keeping their identities in Christ alone.
oh and David gets mistaken for a lady (again)

In this episode David, Ben, and Luke discuss the idea of a “calling.” What does it mean to be called by God? Are there dangers in misunderstanding this loaded Christian phrase, and how do we discern what we are actually called to do?
Also, David gives tips on how to avoid the sewage rats in Dehli if you find yourself in an Indian prison.

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