The Way Home: Dana Perino on politics and media

Today, Fox News host Dana Perino joins me on The Way Home podcast. Perino has been in the journalism space for the last decade or so, and before that she worked in the White House as the Press Secretary to George W. Bush. She has a lot of insight and perspective on the nature of…

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The Way Home: Shai Linne on ethnic unity

Today I am joined by my friend Shai Linne, popular Christian rap artist and pastor of Risen Church in Philadelphia. He loves the Lord and Scripture and is a great Christian voice speaking to a variety of topics. He has a new book out called “The New Reformation,” and he is working to bring people…

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The Way Home: Michael Kelley on family devotionals

Today, my good friend Michael Kelley joins me again on the podcast. Michael is a gifted pastor and author. He has written quite a few books. He’s a gifted speaker and teacher of the Bible. We talk about his new resource “The Whole Story for the Whole Family: A Year of Jesus-Centered Family Devotions.” It…

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The Way Home: Sean Clifford on protecting kids from porn

Today Sean Clifford, founder and CEO of Canopy, joins me on this episode of The Way Home podcast. He and his team at Canopy have developed a groundbreaking innovative technology that filters the internet without compromising speed and accessibility. It is a great resource for families. Go to canopy.us/wayhome for 30 days free and 20%…

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The Way Home: Preston Poore on work and the Kingdom of God

On this episode of The Way Home podcast, Preston Poore, a long-time Fortune 500 executive and author of “Discipled Leader: Inspiration from a Fortune 500 Executive for Transforming Your Workplace by Pursuing Christ.” It can be hard to think about how our “secular” jobs connect with the Kingdom of God. But God cares about the work…

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The Way Home: Dave Harvey on the plurality principle

On this episode of The Way Home podcast, Dave Harvey, a long-time pastor and author, joins me to talk about his latest book “The Plurality Principle.” We talk about what it means for a church to have a plurality of leadership—leadership that is not just centered in one person—and what that looks like practically within…

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