Danny Gokey shares how he discovered the importance of patience when understanding God’s plans and intentions for you. He also digs into losing his first wife to complications with heart disease, how God helped him heal, and what tangible advice he has for single people looking towards and waiting for a spouse. If you’re waiting for something big, Danny’s words are for you!
If you need a powerful soundtrack to go along with your waiting, check out Danny’s album, “Haven’t Seen It Yet.”
April 15, 2019
Jen Ledger’s advice on how she personally battles fear and anxiety needs to be heard. After battling intense anxiety during a Skillet tour, band mate Korey Cooper gave her the most beautiful and tangible advice on what to do when anxiety comes back for another fight.
“What if this is something that just never goes away for me?” “Then you fight, Jen. While there’s breath in your lungs and until the day that you die, you never stop fighting. You do not let fear rob you of your own life.” – Korey Cooper (Skillet)
Jen added her own solo project to the mix. It’s called LEDGER.
April 04, 2019
“I didn’t know Christians could be like you.” Marc Martel says this is the best compliment he can receive when his faith comes up in conversation. Hear more about that story, plus his experience singing in the Bohemian Rhapsody movie, and why projects like his Queen cover album (“Thunder Bolts and Lighting”) mean so much to who he is as a person.
March 06, 2019
Tim and Jon Foreman from Switchfoot tackles topics like PTSD, why the song “You Found Me” has stopped them in their tracks, and how they’ve learned to disagree well as band members, fellow creators, and brothers.
0:19 – Why Jon and Tim are in awe of Louis Zamperini’s story
2:36 – How “You Found Me” impacted their own lives
3:52 – PTSD, reaction to “You Found Me”
5:45 – How to disagree and fight well
And if you’re a Switchfoot fan, this mini-concert they did in the Loft at WAY Nation will give you ALL the feels. SO many good songs! 👇
December 06, 2018
Have you ever felt pressure to choose holiness over happiness? After tons of research through the Bible and psychology, author Alli Worthington speaks to all the ways happiness and holiness go hand-in-hand. Rebie and Alli unpack what’s stealing our joy, how social media can actually make us happier, and tackling the pros and cons of the popular “girl power” idea that we deserve happiness.
Can we, as Christians, reclaim the word “happy” and apply it to the Gospel?
December 31, 2018
If you’ve followed Hollyn, you’ve seen her get really honest about her romantic life, spiritual journey, and what her personal relationship with God looks like. The honest continues in this Coffee Talk as she explains how being honest with God about everything has changed her life. Plus, she breaks down how she learned to silence her inner critic, calm anxiety, and the magic of saying “no” when God leads you.
If you want to know more of Hollyn’s story – that low point in her life and what surprises she referred to – watch her two new music videos at iamhollyn.com. Together, they tell a story!
November 07, 2018
Have you ever looked around at everyone having an emotional experience at church and thought, “… am I missing something?” Author and radio DJ Brant Hansen has felt like this more times than he can count. He talks about how autism and his unique personality has shaped his experience with spirituality and the church. How has the church welcomed misfits well? What does true faith and spirituality actually look like?
Read more in Brant Hansen’s book called “Blessed are the Misfits: Great News for Believers who are Introverts, Spiritual Strugglers, or Just Feel Like They’re Missing Something.” Find the book here: https://amzn.to/2LizSx4
May 29, 2018
What is God’s overall purpose and how to I fit into it? Is there more than what I’m seeing and feeling every day? Brian Houston, pastor and founder of Hillsong Church, helps answer those questions. You dive deeper into this topic in Brian’s book, “There is More.”
May 14, 2018
How would you respond if God asked you to give up social media? After an intervention by his family, Phil Joel (formerly of the Newsboys) did exactly that. He sat down with Rebie to explain how the experiment is going so far, the challenges that lifestyle presents for his band Zealand, and a sneak preview of his new book, Redwoods and Whales.
February 15, 2018