Conversation on and off social media regarding the role of women have exploded to the point where people's salvation has been called into question. Ryan and Phillip tackle this issue head-on. But is the role of women really the question on the table?
Phillip - Commencement speeches and persecution complexes.
Ryan - Civic conversation works!
Segment 4: MOMS!
In a special 2 topic episode, Ryan and Phillip interview Dwight McKissic, Senior Pastor of Cornerstone BC, Arlington, TX. They discuss the hiring practices of SBC entities.
In the 2nd topic, Ryan and Phillip discuss the death of Rachel Held Evans.
With Ryan attending to a personal matter, Phillip is joined by pastor Chris Gordon.
Phillip and Chris discuss the attacks on places of worship, including the attack at the Synagogue north of San Diego. Phillip and Chris discuss the church's response to these attacks.
Segment 3: both Chris and Phillip discuss the aftermath of the Mueller report.
Segment 4: Chris talks about his family.
Polling now shows that "The Nones" are as large as those who believe in Catholicism and Evangelicalism. What does that mean for the church?
Adam Estle of the National Immigration Forum joins Phillip in a conversation about the situation at the border.
Adam just returned from El Paso for his work with the National Immigration Forum.
The dynamic duo is back at full strength.
They discuss the overwhelming positives and the concerns surrounding the news about the Unplanned movie.
Ryan - The Sparrow Conference
Phillip - Uncle Joe Biden
Ryan is back from Ghana
With Ryan still in Ghana, Phillip is joined by friend of the show, John Bobb-Semple to talk about the Mueller investigation and the summary of the report as it was released by Attorney General William Barr.
On this historic day, Phillip and John break down the summary and what it means for the church as a whole.
John promotes the Bridge Conference on April 4th, 2019. Find tickets here: bridgeconferenceokc.eventbrite.com
Nathan Hedge, the pastor of May Avenue Wesleyan Church and Immigrant Connections OKC joins Ryan and Phillip to discuss immigration issues in Oklahoma.
Tony Merida, pastor of Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, NC joins Ryan and Jeremy to talk about the doctrine of adoption.
North Korea and Michael Cohen created literal 24 hour news cycles. Ryan and Phillip take a look at what happened this week and make the connection between the two.
Phillip - India and Pakistan engaging in hostilities
Ryan - Stats on minority home ownership.
Segment 4 - Ryan preps for Ghana.
With Ryan away on day job gangster business, Phillip is joined by Jeremy Coleman of Crossover Radio.
This week, stories broke regarding our friends in the LGBT community. The Jussie Smollet story and the special called General Conference of the UMC both have deep implications for how the church ministers to the LGBT individuals.
HHIEOY: The fallout from the Houston Chronicle/San Antonio Express story about sexual assault in the SBC continues.
Segment 4: The state of Crossover Radio.
Ryan and Phillip were blessed to be joined by Daniel Darling from the ERLC to discuss his new book "The Dignity Revolution".
It is an incredible interview. Thanks to Mr. Darling for being gracious with his time.
The Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express released the first of a three-part series detailing the institutional failure of the SBC in protecting victims of sexual abuse and assault. Ryan and Phillip detail the width and the breadth of the accusation as well as the potential fallout from such failures.
Phillip - The State of the Union
Ryan - Blackface
Segment 4: Superbowl recap.
The news just keeps cascading. This week saw one of the biggest moves by the Mueller special counsel's office as they issued 7 indictments to long-time friend and confidant of the president Roger Stone.
HHIEOY - Government Shutdown is over.
Segment 4 - Your definitive Super Bowl prep.
This weekend is the anniversary of Roe V. Wade, which means that the March for Life was in DC for their annual event. Ryan and Phillip breakdown the event itself, the greater pro-life movement, and the events surrounding Covington Catholic School.
Phillip: Trump's attempt to re-open the government
Ryan: The Trustees of SWBTS and the missing money.
Segment 4: Jalen Hurts is a Sooner.
Marty Duren joins RPCR to talk about his new podcast, the state of the intersection of faith/culture/politics, and cookies!
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Ryan and Phillip are back from their holiday break. They come back to a government shutdown, the 116th Congress, and a Defense Secretary that has been removed from his post. So...a lot happened!
With the last episode of 2018, Ryan and Phillip take some time to look back at the four most important stories of the year.
RPCR broadcasts from the annual West Metro Community Church Christmas Party.
The guys are back from their Thanksgiving break and they are blessed to be joined by Raymond Dix Jr., the pastor of Pilgrim Baptist Church in Ft. Wayne, IN. In their conversation, they talk about the ministries at PBC, and the successes that Pastor Dix has had in the realm of racial reconciliation.
HHIEOY: Remembering the 41st President.
Senator Lankford Joins Phillip Larsen and Jeremy Coleman for an exclusive interview with Crossover Radio. They discuss Senator Lankford's ministry, the issues surrounding immigration reform, global refugees, and debt/deficits.
Crossover Radio's exclusive interview with Eric Costanzo at the National Immigration Forum's Leading the Way event.
Our NIF interview with Zach Szmara & Liz Dong at the National Immigration Forum's Leading the Way event.
Ryan and Phillip discuss the devastating wildfires in California and how they are just as disastrous as any hurricane. And of course, they talk about why this matters to the church.
Ryan - No, there isn't a grand conspiracy to steal elections.
Phillip - Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber gives devastating advice on pornography.
Segments 4 & 5 - Jeremy Coleman joins Phillip to recap the most recent trip to Washington DC.
Ryan and Phillip recap the Midterm Elections from this week (and yes, they were this week!). Together they discuss the 'winners and losers', as well as the implications for the church as the divide between urban and rural communities, grows.
HHIEOY: Civics is evidently harder than we realize.
Segment 4: For those who are Veterans, our deepest and most heartfelt thanks!