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Ryan and Phillip's Conversation Rules

We look at current events and trends and take a broad view of what those things mean to the Kingdom. We will attempt to answer the question: “Why should Christians care about this?” The answer to this question cuts both ways. Either it is a subject that Christians care too much about and shouldn’t, or don’t care enough about and should.
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Now displaying: June, 2018
Jun 25, 2018

Friend and friend of the show Brad Clay joins the guys to talk about Final Descent Outdoors and biblical manhood.

Check out the Season 8 premiere of Final Descent this Tuesday (07/26/2018)

Jun 18, 2018

Once again, the new of the week demanded that we do a news blitz.  

Segment 1: we are joined by Alan Cross of the Evangelical Immigration Table

Segment 2: The North Korean Summit

Segment 3: The Inspector General Report has been released

Segment 4: Happy Father's Day! 

Jun 11, 2018

Ryan and Phillip use the deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade to discuss depression and mental health.  The church can and must do better in this arena. 

HHIEOY: 
Phillip: G7 and the North Korean summit
Ryan: SBC Annual meeting. 

Segment 4: NBA Finals and everyone yells at Phillip. 

Jun 4, 2018

Phillip is taking a week off, but Ryan chats with Karen Workun, an English teacher from Jenks to talk about how she uses hip hop in the classroom and how these principles can be used in the church. 

HHIEOY: Karen goes broader on how the attitudes towards women in the church affect the greater congregation.  

Segment 4: Karen describes her work with Poetic Justice and how they work with female inmates to re-establish their worth. 

www.poeticjustice.org

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