The RELEVANT Podcast
Episode 979: Rainn Wilson
Rainn Wilson joins us for this brand new episode to tell us about his return to comedy in Paramount Plus' 'Jerry and Marge Go Large.' Plus, the cast discusses the death of Internet Explorer, a new FDA ban on Juuls, America's fast food hidden gems and so much more.
Episode 978: Naomi Raine
Naomi Raine's life has changed tremendously over the last two years, but she's venturing out on her from Maverick City Music. The worship artist spoke with us about her upcoming solo album and how her journey through life inspired her to worship God even more. Plus, the cast tackles Mark Cuban's new medication company, Florence Pugh's newest role, your editorial feedback and so much more fun.
Episode 977: Rev. Jacqui Lewis
This week, we're joined by the Reverend Jacqui Lewis to talk about her latest book 'Fierce Love: A Bold Path to Ferocious Courage and Rule-Breaking Kindness That Can Heal the World.' Also, the gang dives deeper into Cameron's mysterious maritime disappearance and swaps Tom Cruise stories. Also, a round of slices and the debut of our latest game: EGOTTA Be Kidding Me.
Episode 976: Rich Villodas
At a time when it seems like our society is fracturing more than ever, pastor and author Rich Villodas wants to see believers united in their wholeness. He spoke with us about pursuing goodness, kindness and beauty as a way to get back to what we were meant to experience. Plus, the cast navigates their way through the absurdity of ‘Top Gun,’ a humble apology from Lizzo and a study on the decline of women worship artists.
Episode 975: Lisa Bevere
Lisa Bevere joins us today to talk about God’s fierce love and how we have to spread both love and truth to all of God’s people. Plus, the cast looks into why younger generations are blocking family members on social media, Apple’s new feature to save users from embarrassing texts, Derek’s recent trip to Washington D.C. and so much more!
Episode 974: Dustin Nickerson
On this episode of the RELEVANT Podcast, stand-up comedian Dustin Nickerson joins us to talk about comedy's role in commenting on society (while still being funny). Also, the gang mourns Emily's loss of youth, gets slightly paranoid about the advance of artificial intelligence, checks in the question of the week and tons more.
Episode 973: Jon Favreau
Actor and director Jon Favreau joins us to discuss his new project 'Prehistoric Planet,' the fascinating new science that shaped the series and what's behind our cultural fascination with dinosaurs. Also the gang takes the Danger Zone to the toughest Tom Cruise trivia game of all time and, of course, another round of slices.
Episode 972: Bryan and Katie Torwalt
On this comeback episode, we’re joined by worship leaders Bryan and Katie Torwalt. We talk about the need to be constantly reminded of good news, even if it’s sometimes too good to believe, and how the recent season of life has changed the worship industry. Plus, the crew tackles M.I.A.’s big faith announcement, debunks a troublesome myth and looks at the cultural impact of Stranger Things. And your feedback!
Episode 971: John Mark McMillan
After two years of life seeming at a standstill, it’s time to start looking forward to the future. Singer-songwriter John Mark McMillan shares how we can keep dreaming about what’s coming next while staying mindful in the present. Plus, the cast discusses Taco Bell’s TikTok musical, VR video games and the real-life yellow brick road. And you won’t want to miss the end, when the gang listens to some of the most cringe Christian pop parodies of all time.