Episode 505: Kyle IdlemanMar 21, 2019 | Kyle Idleman
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Episode 358: Gabe Lyons & David Kinnaman
Tyler Reagin talks with Gabe Lyons and David Kinnaman about how the Church, and its relationship with culture, is rapidly changing in this generation.
Episode 345: Andy Stanley & Jennie Allen
Cole NeSmith sits down with Andy Stanley at Catalyst Atlanta to discuss awakening the wonder in ourselves and the people around us, meanwhile Brad Lomenick and Jennie Allen chat about what it means to overcome the fear of following a God-Sized dream.
Episode 266: Mandisa & Josh Shipp
Stan Johnson catches up with former American Idol contestant and Grammy-winning artist, Mandisa – why she didn’t attend the Grammy’s plus her album, Overcomer, and Ken talks with author and teen expert, Josh Shipp, about the importance of mentoring.
Episode 263: Si Robertson // Mark & Jan Foreman
From Catalyst Atlanta 2013, Ken interviews Uncle Si Roberston about the success of Duck Dynasty and the influcence of the Roberston family. Then, Cole NeSmith talks with Mark and Jan Foreman, parents of Tim and Jon Foreman of Switchfoot, about parenting, church structure, and how to get people involved at church.
Episode 241: Max Lucado & Derwin Gray
Ken Coleman chats with Max Lucado about his new book, You'll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times. And Brad talks with former NFL player and now lead pastor of Transformation Church, Derwin Gray.
Episode 237: John Eldredge & Ryan O’Neal
Ken Coleman sits down with John Eldredge at Catalyst West to talk about Heaven, parenting, and John's book, The Utter Relief of Holiness. We also hear from Ryan O'Neal from the band, Sleeping at Last. He tells Carlos Whittaker about songwriting and touring. And Brad and Ken share their latest Leadership Nugget.
Episode 236: Christine Caine & Anthony Evans
In this episode, Christine Caine, founder of the A21 Campaign and author of Undaunted, talks about leadership, her story, and her book. We also hear from singer, songwriter Anthony Evans, who shares what life as a music artist is like including his experience on NBC's The Voice.