This week, we talked with Damon Lindelof, the creator of HBO’s acclaimed show The Leftovers and co-creator of Lost. We also preview the latest addition to the RELEVANT Podcast Network family. The guys record on location from a ranch in Montana, where they get a live performance from worship artist Brady Toops and Jesse has a close encounter with a wild horse. Read More

This week, we talk with Rob Bell about his new book, "What Is the Bible?" and learn why he thinks people need to re-evaluate how they read Scripture. We also feature a preview of the brand-new show from the RELEVANT Podcast Network, The Red Couch Podcast with Propaganda and Alma. Each week, rapper and activist Propaganda and his wife, university professor Alma Zaragoza-Petty, break down the latest in current events, pop culture and even politics.

The gang also discusses the possibility of a Rock presidency, the upcoming "Jesus Christ Superstar" TV musical, hear your worst vacation stories, learn about one of the worst first dates of all time and a lot more! Read More

This week, we talk with Judah Smith, the pastor of The City Church and author of the new book "How’s Your Soul," about the importance of community, being vulnerable and caring for your soul. We also play a new game (sorta) ripped from the headlines: “Fake, Fake News?” The gang also discusses Chance the Rapper’s powerful Grammy performance, talk about a new sitcom based on “living Biblically,” hear your best Valentine’s Day stories and more! Read More

If you’re still of the mindset that the ‘90s were only 10 years ago, then you’re about to feel really old. This summer will mark the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. That’s right, somehow it’s been 20 years since we first met Harry and the Hogwarts crew.

To commemorate the book that started it all, the Potter series publisher, Bloomsbury, will be re-releasing, four new Hogwarts house themed editions of the Philosopher's Stone.

Pottermore explains:

Whether you're Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff, you will soon be able to own a copy of the book themed around your favourite, with a specially designed crest uniquely representing each one. As Pinfold explains, each cover tells a different story, with the artist using traditional heraldry from historic coat of arms imagery to delve deep into each house.

Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect:


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