Every Tuesday, I host a web show called The Exchange. In case you're unfamiliar with the show, I typically host a pastor or Christian leader and we discuss matters of life and ministry in an effort to encourage and equip pastors and church leaders around the world.
Yesterday I hosted Matt Carter, Pastor of Preaching & Vision of The Austin Stone. We've hosted a number of great guests over the past couple of years, and I am thankful that we have been able to encourage some pastors and church leaders along the way.
Today, I thought I'd share the Top 10 clips of The Exchange from the past couple of years, based on the number of views of each clip. Coming soon, we will do the same for full shows. Here they are:
Jon Acuff with some helpful words on not lusting over others' ministry success.
Francis Chan joined me on stage at Exponential last year to discuss being "radical" and what is really being "radical" enough.
Lecrae sits down with guest host Eric Geiger to talk about life and ministry.
Brooks Ritter and Jamie Barnes perform a unique version of Joy to the World.
In my discussion with Luis Palau, I ask him about his relationship with Pope Francis, newly-chosen at the time.
Rick Warren on religious liberty.
Bob Roberts, pastor and founder of Global Ventures, talks about the greatest obstacle to accomplishing the Great Commission.
Michael Horton and Roger Olsen discuss Calvinism. Horton wrote a book in favor of Calvinism, and Olsen wrote a book opposed to the doctrine. The discussion was fascinating.
Michael Kelley, Director of Discipleship at LifeWay, and Trevin Wax, General Editor of The Gospel Project, discuss small groups.
A lot of people in certain parts of the United States like to call themselves Christians, but in this clip I explain why that may not be the case for long.