This week, we talk with Paul Rust, writer, star and co-creator of the Netflix series "Love." We also chat with singer and worship artist Kari Jobe about her new album "The Garden," and the real-life events that inspired it. The gang is also joined by rapper and spoken-word artist Propaganda for the entire show as they recap their visit to SXSW, discuss Vice’s investigation into sanctuary churches, hear about a strange situation involving “elves” in Iceland, learn how two “inspirational strongmen” are pranking news stations around the country and a lot more! Read More


This week, we discuss embracing Lent with pastor Matt Chandler. Also, it’s that time of year again: The 7th annual awards are finally here! Read More

This week, we talk with actor Sam Worthington about his new role in 'The Shack,' his views on the controversy behind the film and how he came to faith himself. We also talk with hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits about their latest album, 'The Misadventures of Fern and Marty,' and get a walkthrough of some of the album's biggest songs. The gang also discusses the ethics of bringing back an animal from extinction, listens to your ideas of ways to improve sports, debunks a major myth about phones and a lot more! Read More

Last night, Pres. Trump addressed Congress during a televised speech, and though there’s been a lot of debate about the politics of the evening, one moment stood out with its unifying call to honor a national hero.

The widow of Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens, who died on a recent anti-terrorism mission in Yemen, was present, and the president addressed her directly.

We are blessed to be joined tonight by Carryn Owens, the widow of U.S. Navy Special Operator, Senior Chief William "Ryan" Owens. Ryan died as he lived: a warrior, and a hero — battling against terrorism and securing our nation … Ryan's legacy is etched into eternity. Thank you.

For the next three minutes, lawmakers stood and applauded Carryn and the legacy of her husband. It was a powerful moment. Discuss

Here's a new look at Star-Lord, Baby Groot and everything else you're wanting from the sequel to Marvel's spacey, super fun series.

The movie hits theaters May 5. (Just a heads up, the trailer contains some strong language.)