Pastor Warren Stewart joins Phillip in Scottsdale to talk about his ministry, racial reconciliation, his work, and his song Stay Woke. Join the conversation as we continue the work towards the Kingdom.
A special 2-hour episode with a live audience. With the proposed and pending Oklahoma teacher walk out, Ryan and Phillip lend their spotlight to Oklahoma teachers to detail what they go through and what is going on.
Ryan and Phillip are joined by Pastor Clark Frailey who has helped found "Pastors for OK Kids".
Senator Jim Inhofe joins Phillip and Jeremy Coleman for a conversation about the issues of the day.
Ryan Abernathy is back behind the mic, but Phillip got caught working over the weekend. Ryan and engineer Danny discuss the power of activism in light of the student action in Florida. What can the church learn from these incredible kids? Find out in segment 2!
Phillip breaks away in time for HHIEOY along with Jeremy Coleman.
Segment 4 fun as always.
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
Phillip: Market Mayhem!
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.
Crossover Radio's breakdown of the State of the Union.
Adam Estle from the National Immigration Forum joins us to break down the President's immigration proposal.
Jeremy Coleman then joins to talk about the rest of the speech.
Phillip and Jeremy talk about the Larry Nassar case and the comprehensive pro-life implications to the church.
Phillip: The Legacy of Cecile Richards
Jeremy: NFL Ad Consistency:
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Segment 1: Phillip and Jeremy provide some of the backstory of why we asked you to pray for our friend Ryan, and our friends at WMCC last week.
After: 366 days ago, the Trump presidency officially began. Which is a perfect time to look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly of the past year. Phillip and Jeremy break it down.
Phillip and Crossover GM Jeremy Coleman sit down to have Senator Jim Inhofe on to talk about the March for Life, Tax Reform, the President's unorthodox style, and his Senate bill for the wildfires.
Adam Estle from the National Immigration Forum joins us to discuss the latest news regarding DACA/Dreamers and immigration reform more broadly.
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Ryan and Phillip are back in the game after the holiday break. 2018 starts off with a potentially important story as unrest in Iran has implications both for geopolitics and for the Kingdom. Ryan and Phillip detail the events on the ground, but more importantly, they ask "Why does this matter to the church?"
Ryan takes a look at fire and fury
Phillip breaks down the latest article from Red Letter Christians written by Jim Wallis
The guys give their holiday vacation report.
Ryan and Phillip sit down with Emma Green from The Atlantic to talk about the numerous tensions that surround faith, culture, society, and politics.
Ryan and Phillip are live from the West Metro Community Church Christmas Party.
Ryan is out of town for his day job, so Engineer Danny is temporarily promoted to co-host.
Phillip moves History Has its Eyes on You to the first segment where he talks about the breaking news from last week regarding Michael Flynn.
Then the main event. Danny and Phillip talk about guns, gun culture, whether the U.S. has a problem with gun violence. Ultimately, Danny and Phillip agree that elevating gun culture to the point of idolatry presents dangers for Jesus people.
Segment 4: College Football regular season comes to an end. Playoffs and Heisman predictions follow.
The stories that have come out regarding powerful men using their power to abuse women have Ryan and Phillip on fire. The last couple of weeks, we have seen stories emerge regarding Al Franken and Roy Moore. To be honest, the Roy Moore stories bother Ryan and Phillip more than the other, simply because of the rationalization. Ryan and Phillip have a special message for those who would choose power over the victims of sexual abuse.
HHIEOY: After a bit of a hiatus, this segment returns. Phillip talks about the blockade in Yemen. Ryan discusses celebrity hero worship.
Segment 4: Thanksgiving is this week. Happy Thanksgiving to all.
The fellas are joined with Kelly Pensoneau from Lincoln Lending to talk about his experience with the foster and adoption process. All three guys talk about the importance of orphan care in the church and how everyone who follows Jesus has a role to play.
The fellas start off with History Has It's Eyes on You as they talk about the events in Sutherland Springs.
For the rest of the show, Ryan and Phillip breakdown the bombshell story coming out of Donna Brazile's book that states that the Clinton campaign in effect stole the nomination.
Segment 4: Is literally all over the place.
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Ryan, Phillip, and Crossover GM Jeremy Coleman talk about the latest news regarding the Mueller investigation. Of course, as always, they ask: "Why Does This Matter?"
Ryan and Phillip welcome friend of the show, social media expert, and author of "Leadership Interrupted" Kevin DeShazo to the show. Kevin joins the fellas to talk about leadership culture and the importance of building a strong leadership foundation for not just business, but for families, for churches, and for everyday life.
On this weeek’s episode of RPCR Ryan is back as he and Phillip take on the blog post from John Piper on Lecrae and “white evangelicalism.” The fellas talk about race, the need for a real conversation, and compliment Piper on his handling of the situation.
On HHIEOY the fellas talk about Gold Star Families and Hannity at FBC-Dallas.
Don’t miss this episode. It’s packed from end to end.
Phillip is joined by Crossover Radio GM Jeremy Coleman to discuss the news regarding Harvey Weinstein. Phillip and Jeremy come at this story not just as believers but as fathers of daughters. Jeremy and Phillip call for better conversations regarding sexual assault and serving the victims.
After almost a month, Jeremy and Phillip discuss the ongoing manmade disaster that is the response to the Puerto Rico hurricane.
A year later, we reflect on the lost of a dear friend.
*We experienced some technical difficulties, and there was a portion of segment three that was cut off. We apologize for this.
On this week's RPCR Ryan and Phillip are joined by Jeremy Coleman (Crossover Radio GM) to review the recent trip to DC. Tune in for some behind the scenes stories, insights from Senator Lankford, and how Jeremy one upped ABC
In HHIEOY Ryan goes all in on Mike Pence and it ain't pretty and Phillip discusses Bob Corker and his call for the GOP to return to sanity.
Segment 4 finds the fellas lamenting the loss of Tom Petty.