Bob Woodward and an anonymous author for a New York Times Op-Ed writer present what could be the most embarrassing week to date for this administration. Ryan and Phillip get to the bottom of why this is a problem and why it matters.
HHIEOY: Nike releases its new ad and everyone loses their mind. Both Ryan and Phillip examine the freak out over both the ad and the new spokesman.
Segment 4: FOOTBALL!!!!
It was a historic week for the Trump presidency. Before we even get to the news week that was, we must take time to remember Senator John McCain. Rest well, Senator, and thank you for your devotion to the United States.
This week saw the president's lawyer and the president's campaign chair become convicted felons. The implications of this week are numerous. The boys attempt to cover some of them in the time allotted.
It seems like August is for "stupid news!" This year, August does not disappoint. Walk through the events of the last week with the boys as they explore the perils of electing a reality TV star as president.
Ryan: John McArthur takes aim at "social justice"
Phillip: Privatizing the Afghanistan Conflict
Segment 4: The queen of soul is dead. Aretha Franklin remembered.
The "Unite the Right" rally in Washington DC on the anniversary of the Charlottesville events of 2017 came with lots of concern and curiosity. Ryan and Phillip discuss the paltry attendance and the inappropriate behavior of the counter-protestors.
Phillip takes to task Missouri Democrats
Ryan speaks to the president about his continued attacks on NFL players
This week on RPCR, the fellas discuss Pope Francis changing the Catholic Church's position regarding the death penalty. As we are comprehensively pro-life this is an issue that requires close examination.
Phillip: POTUS v. LeBron
Ryan: Commissioning art in the church
Welcome to the last week of 2018 without football.
Riley Prather is a church planter and pastor in Putnam Connecticut. He is in OKC and joins Ryan and Phillip to discuss how ministering in New England is different than in Oklahoma.
If you are interested in being a part of the church planting movement in New England, please contact Riley at:
Phillip is once again joined by Senator Inhofe (R-OK) to talk about the events and news of the day.
Thanks to the Senator and his office for the time!
Ryan, Phillip, and even engineer Danny are back in studio. The guys return just in time to react to the meeting between Presidents Trump and Putin in Helsinki Finland. They cover what happened, give their thoughts, and tell you why this matters.
Phillip: Mueller Investigation Update
Ryan: WaPo article discussing how President Trump has changed how some churches preach.
Ryan celebrates a birthday.
Crossover GM and Founder Jeremy Coleman is on for Ryan to talk about the President's trip to meet with NATO, Prime Minister May of England, Queen Elizabeth, and the meeting with Russian President Putin tomorrow. They talk about the concerns they have with the President's action and foreign policy, and (of course) how the church is affected.
In Segments 3 & 4, Jeremy and Phillip discuss the 1 year anniversary of Crossover Radio.
Alan Noble joins the guys to talk about his experience as a professor at Oklahoma Baptist University, his work at Christ and Pop Culture, and his new book Disruptive Witness.
The third branch of our government is in the news as the Supreme Court as they have released their decisions for this term. Ryan and Phillip discuss those decisions and then shift their focus to the impending Supreme Court vacancy after Anthony Kennedy announces his retirement.
HHIEOY: The guys discuss the shooting at the Capital Gazette and the growing incivility and toxic discourse.
Segment 4: PG13 returns!
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)
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!
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.
Phillip: G7 and the North Korean summit
Ryan: SBC Annual meeting.
Segment 4: NBA Finals and everyone yells at Phillip.
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.
In light of the news regarding DACA, the lost 1500 kids, and the President's immigration policies, the question arises: Does America have a Isaiah 29:13 problem?
HHIEOY: Ryan, Phillip, and Engineer Danny talk about guns.
Segment 4: We talk Memorial Day!
Friend of Phillip and friend of the show Jay Knott comes on to talk health care, mental health care, the opioid crisis, vaccines, and paying up on a bet.
Ryan and Phillip discuss the events of the week regarding the discourse surrounding Gina Haspel's confirmation hearing and Senator McCain's statement that he will not support her because of her views on torture. The guys talk less about the hearing and more about the ridiculous response.
Phillip takes aim at an article posted on the Billy Graham website.
Ryan talks about Steve Gaines and his post regarding Paige Patterson.
Revisiting last week "History Has It's Eyes On You" segment, Ryan and Phillip talk about the news of the week regarding the comments by Paige Patterson, the history of his behavior, and the potential for it to be a huge moment in the SBC as our sisters in Christ watch closely.
HHIEOY: Ryan and Phillip revisit the Philadelphia Starbucks fiasco to give the rest of the story and how they are the heroes that we need in the arena of racial reconciliation.
Finally, Ryan recaps U2!
Ryan and Phillip reflect on the potentially historic movement in the Korean conflict as the presidents of North and South Korea engage in bilateral talks. Ryan and Phillip breakdown this news as well as why this matters to the church.
Phillip: The White House Correspondent dinner comic controversy
Ryan: Paige Patterson misplaced chauvinism.
The NFL Draft.
After working through some technical difficulties, RPCR got on the air. This week, the guys talk about the meeting of ~50 evangelical leaders at Wheaton College to discuss the future of evangelicalism. The reaction from the court evangelicals was a bit curious.
HHIEOY: History Has It's Eyes on You is back and it's hungry for Chicken.
Segment 4: A Tribute to First Lady Barbara Bush
Let's just say, this has been a busy week. Ryan and Phillip change up the format a little bit because there is simply so much going on in the world that needs our attention.
Join the guys as they talk about Syria, Starbucks, and the development surrounding President Trump's lawyer.
Segment 4: Dez leaves Dallas.
Ryan and Phillip go to Hurts Donut in Oklahoma City to talk about the Oklahoma teacher walkout and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
This is a shorter episode because RPCR was tabbed to be the correspondent reporters for the Candlelight Prayer Vigil in support of Oklahoma Teachers.
Ryan and Phillip are blessed to host Pastor Dwight McKissic. Together, they talk about the state of race relations within the church, the fact that we should be known by our grace more than our race, and the mission to seek common ground instead of battlegrounds.
We extend the episode to allow for the #TeachersWithAVoice segments to continue.
RPCR looks...well..normal again. The crew is together, back in the studio, on its normal time and place. Tonight, they look at the special election in Pennsylvania's 18th district.
Ryan and Phillip continue to support our teachers, therefore we will continue our #TeachersWithAVoice segment with Daniel McChesney.
Segment 4: The Legacy of St. Patrick!