We live in a culture saturated with and shaped by technology. It has transformed the way we learn, communicate and play. But for many of us it seems the church is lagging far behind; not just in using technology but finding a place for the tech savvy to use their gifts. In this episode we catch up with James Kelly to explore his story. As Founder and CEO of FaithTech, he is helping to pioneer a new way to share the good news about Jesus in the digital era.
As a young child, rapper WHATUPRG woke to the sounds of immigration officials taking his father into custody. Over the years that followed, he would struggle with the absence of his father and how to make sense of his faith. In this episode we interview WHATUPRG and hear his story of God’s faithfulness.
1K Phew got into a lot of things that he never needed to. He came from good parents, had a good church, but at a young age found himself on a path that would lead to either prison or death.
Tiagro’s story from New York to Miami, from broken to a life of purpose. At the end of the day, his message is easy: love is simple.
Jared is an author and filmmaker who voluntarily lives on an average income. Five years ago, he was delivering pizzas.
Back from tour in 2007, Trip was constantly missing classes, sleeping 18 hours a day and still feeling exhausted.
Drew Worsham shares his adventure of discovering his wildcard and how God wanted to use it.
Shaun Hover is living proof that when you put all your trust in God, He will take care of everything.
In youth group, with only knowing three chords on the piano and guitar, the Mooring boys started their musical journey. Fast forward to today— eight albums later—this family band has rocked the charts with their passion for music and love of God.
His sound, tough. His stature, a beast. Listen to one verse and you’d agree he’s a hard-hitting MC whose passion is #turnt to the fullest. This Is Me TV headed to Tedashii’s home town, Dallas Fort Worth, to hear his story and witness him storm the stage.
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