Phillip is joined on the show by Crossover GM Jeremy Coleman, and long time friend (and friend of the show) Scott Garnand.
Together they reflect on the life, legacy, and the continued lessons of the Reverend Billy Graham. They reflect on his legacy, his ministry, his mistakes, and most importantly his message.
They then shift gears to talk with Scott Garnand about his involvement in the Kidney Walk and give Scott an opportunity to share his heart and the heart of this organization.
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Phillip is joined by Philip Barnes of Radiant Wild Ministries in New England. Phillip and Philip wade through one of the busiest news weeks of the last 2 years.
Segment 1: Florida school shooting. Phillip and Philip mourn with those who mourn and warn against the status quo of yelling at each other or becoming desensitized to yet another tragedy where. We end the segment by honoring the victims by reading off their names.
Segment 2: Phillip and Philip remember their October trip to Washington DC as they review the Senate’s failure to protect Dreamers and DACA recipients.
Segment 3: In a surprise move, the Robert Mueller investigation submitted 13 indictments of Russian nationals and 3 indictments of Russian entities to the Department of Justice for the social media campaign they waged during the 2016 election cycle.
Segments 4 & 5: We discuss Philip Barnes ministry in New England and the importance of church planting in that region.
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At the end of the last RPCR, Pastor Mike Keahbone stepped into the conversation on Facebook to talk about the ways churches can minister to their pastors. Mike graciously offered a spot for Phillip to join him on his show to continue this important conversation.
Phillip is joined in studio by Rick Neal. Rick has an extensive background as a pastor and youth pastor and is currently an elder at WMCC. Tonight, Rick guest hosts as they discuss the Super Bowl, the faith of the Eagles locker room and (as always) what it means for the church
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Rick Neal takes advantage of his time to talk about loving your pastoral staff well. Mike Keahbone of Open Mike weighs in on Facebook and we will continue the conversation tomorrow on his show.