Ryan and Phillip each break down their top 10 things that they loved (or hated) in 2016. Plus a shout out to a fallen brother.
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Ryan and Phillip applaud Chip and Jo Jo as they come to the defense of the Buzzfeed writers that write a hit piece against them. AND...Ryan says 'Shiplap'.
Segment 3: Ryan and Phillip talk about their favorite Christmas traditions.
Ryan and Phillip do a rare "same day drop" of this emergency episode of RPCR. In it we talk about the role the church has to play when standing with the Scott family and the potential protests. Ryan and Phillip call for Peacemakers.
The death of Fidel Castro resulted in a number of different reactions. Ryan and Phillip go through the history of the Castro regime, the reaction, and the implications for the church.
Plus, a special segment three for our dear friend Jerry Falwell Jr.
Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!
A week after the election, and people are losing their minds. The election of Trump has resulted in riots in the streets, and individual instances of violence against minorities. Ryan and Phillip take aim at the left, the right, and all those who talk a good game about unity, but whose actions are far from it.
Ryan and Phillip breakdown the 2016 election. The results provide opportunities for the church to regain an important voice.
The definitive last word on the 2016 election! Stick around for a fun announcement from Ryan's family.
Ryan and Phillip bring their friend Riley Delong on to talk about brotherhood. This episode also shares some sad news.
Ryan and Phillip take a break from the presidential campaign and current events to discuss the history and importance of...Halloween.
Then they rate candy.
The nomination of Donald Trump has been problematic for the Church. Leaders within the evangelical movement have been torn between several camps. Whether it be the stance to #NeverTrump, to vote because of the alternative, or to openly and unabashedly support the man, evangelicals find themselves in conflict. Through the conflict, the remnants of the Religious Right has sided with the nominee. What are those implications? Ryan and Phillip discuss them in what is the longest episode in the history of RPCR.
Chris Perrine joins Ryan and Phillip to talk about the most recent stories in Tulsa and Charlotte. Moreover, as an African American man, he brings a unique perspective on how the church can reconcile race relations in our culture.
Ryan and Phillip watch the debate, so you don't have to.
Ryan and Phillip are joined with their friend Andy Harrison to discuss the importance of Student Ministry in light of modern culture. Check out the excellence in youth ministry website: www.eiym.org
Stick around for a special segment 3 when Jurassic Andy brings the thunder!
The national election has a tendency to bury other issues that have incredible effect. Today, Ryan and Phillip talk about the effect of the new anti-discrimination law in Massachusetts has for the church.
The Epi-Pen price explosion prompted Ryan and Phillip to take time to talk about the greater state of healthcare in the country. Moreover, healthcare needs present the church with an opportunity that we would wise to take a look at.
You know those websites. The ones that make you angry, that shock you, and get your blood pressure going. Ryan and Phillip take aim at Clickbait and talk about how Jesus people are compelled to be better...even on social media.
As of release, Ryan is on his way to Accra Ghana to serve with The Pearl House. As he flies, he gets ready to engage in a mission trip that has sustainability. But are all mission trips created equal, or are some excuses to travel to other countries under the guise of mission trips. Ryan and Phillip discuss the difference between engaging in mission, and engaging in tourism.
The quadrennial celebration of summer olympics is in full swing. Ryan and Phillip talk about the amazing feats that they've seen during these games. More importantly, they connect the display of excellence and what it means for the church.
Ryan and Phillip are joined by friends Debbie Hogue-Downing and Sean Cummings to discuss the convention season craziness. While Sean was on the ground in Cleveland, Debbie was on the convention floor in Philadelphia. What happened behind the scenes? What was the mood like? What encouraged you/disturb you? All of these questions were answered by our special guests. The key takeaway was that although there were four distinct individuals around the microphone with four distinct ideas on politics, but we were able to have a conversation that respected each other views and respected each other's humanity.
Teachers play an important role in the Kingdom and in society. Ryan and Phillip take the time to fully delve into the importance of teachers and to get their backs.
In the wake of all the turmoil around the country and around the world, a leadership crisis has presented itself. We know this because when we see leadership like Dallas Police Chief Brown, it's like spotting a unicorn. This week, Ryan and Phillip are joined by Brad Clay to talk about the importance of leadership.
The breaking news of Alton Sterling has compelled Ryan and Phillip to respond. The time for the Church to comfort the mourning and to stand for justice is here. We can either watch our opportunity go by, or we can stand for what is right!
What does pro-life truly mean? Ryan and Phillip finally get to the episode that they wanted to do since they first were asked to do a podcast. This is the one you'll want to share!
Convention season for 2 of the major denominations produces different results. Ryan and Phillip discuss what happened there, as well as the broader implications of this convention season.