Jesus Culture Podcast
Summary: Formerly the Jesus Culture Leadership Podcast, the new and improved Jesus Culture Podcast exists to come alongside you as a believer and grow you both spiritually and practically. Every other week join Banning and Becky as they dive into topics to deepen your relationship with Jesus such as the prophetic, the Word, character development, prayer, healing, and more. Special guests will join and there’s bound to be the meaningless banter you’ve come to love.
In this episode Becky and Derek Johnson sit down with Nate Edwardson, Lead Pastor of The Stirring, a thriving church in Northern California, to get real about scripture. How do we cultivate a personal passion for the Bible? How do we raise a family that values God’s word? Nate calls us to embrace the journey of scripture be it in a place discipline or in a place of desire, because when you are in the word of God, the word of God gets in you.
Banning Liebscher sits down with Eugene Cho, the founder and former pastor of Quest Church and founder of One Day’s Wages, a non-profit organization aimed at alleviating global poverty. They discuss the process of being given a dream from the Lord and what it takes to walk that dream out. Eugene encourages us to grow in self-awareness, and to recognize our passions and burdens in order to bring them before the Lord in prayer.
Get ready for this special conversation with Jeremy Riddle. Most known as a worship leader and songwriter, Jeremy opens up his heart in this episode allowing us to hear some of his process of discovering true identity in Christ, how to embrace sonship, and stepping into the role of fathering the next generation.
Banning sits down with Danny Silk, founder of Loving on Purpose, speaker and author of 7 books on leadership, relationships and culture. Danny shares the importance of properly managing authority and fear. He also gives practical tips to grow your self-awareness to build teams that have diverse skillsets to accomplish your vision.
Don’t miss this incredible conversation with Rebekah Lyons, co-founder of Q Ideas, speaker and author, whose book YOU ARE FREE was featured on Good Morning America, and more importantly a dedicated mother of four. She takes us on her journey of adoption where obedience and surrender collide in the form of her beautiful daughter, Joy.
This episode brings close friend of Jesus Culture’s and phenomenal communicator, Havilah Cunnington, to talk about offense, destiny, the importance of being able to hear the voice of God, her thoughts on women in ministry, the lie that we are ‘running out of time’ and so much more. Havilah Cunnington has been in full-time ministry for twenty years, and serves as a pastor at Bethel Church. Havilah and her husband, Ben, lead a nonprofit and an online platform called Truth to Table, reaching the world with Bible studies, messages, and lifestyle leadership tools.
Don’t miss this incredible conversation where Banning sits down with Co-Founder of WebConnex, Eric Knopf. They dive head first into clear communication, ministry in and out the church, building the culture you want within your team/ministry and protecting your appetite for growth.
In this episode we have a conversation with Mo Isom Aiken, NY Times Best Selling author and speaker, who travels the country sharing the Gospel of Jesus in an honest way. She opens up her past including her father’s suicide, an eating disorder, and a devastating car accident leaving her with a broken neck. Jesus found her in the lowest point and revealed Himself to Mo, changing her life forever.
Becky and Derek Johnson, along with Phil Manginelli, interview the one and only Annie F. Downs. Annie opens up about her journey as an author, navigating rejection, following the leading of the Lord, and if that wasn’t enough, the group also discusses their experience with the Enneagram.
In this episode of Leadership Talks with Banning Liebscher we have our friend, John Bevere. John and Banning discuss leadership topics like living with honor, running an excellent organization, the posture of humility and more. John Bevere is an internationally sought-after speaker known for his bold and uncompromising approach to God’s Word. As a best-selling author, his messages position believers to know God intimately and live empowered by His grace.
This month we bring our friend, Shawn Bolz, back to the podcast to talk about his personal journey, hearing the voice of God, and what it looks like to truly love people in the midst of their pain. Listen in as we discover some fun facts about Shawn including his love for musical theater!
Banning and Becky speak with Chad Veach, Senior Pastor Of ZOE Church in LA, about his journey of planting ZOE, key foundations that often go unseen, and being on the ground in Los Angeles reaching people with Christ’s love.
Join us this week as we talk to Efrem Smith on racial reconciliation and the role we have in it. This is a crucial conversation to have and we hope it challenges you to ask yourself what you are doing to bring about reconciliation where you are. Pastor Efrem Smith is an internationally recognized leader who uses motivational speaking and preaching to equip people for a life of transformation. He consults on issues of multi-ethnicity, leadership and community development. Pastor Smith is the former- president and CEO of World Impact, an urban mission, church planting and leadership-development organization. He is the current co-lead Pastor of Bayside Church, Midtown. He’s the author of several books, including his latest, “Killing Us Softly.” Pastor Smith is a graduate of Saint John’s University and Luther Theological Seminary. He received an honorary doctor of ministry degree from Ashland Theological Seminary. He’s currently a doctoral student in Church Leadership at Fuller Seminary.
On this episode of Leadership Talks with Banning Liebscher, we talk with founder and Pastor of Radiant Church in Kansas City, David Perkins. He inspires and challenges us to take our prayer lives to a deeper level as we pursue intimacy with God as a Father. In this conversation, David highlights the principle of intimacy before impact giving us practical application for our daily lives.
Worship artists, Bryan and Katie Torwalt join us in the studio to talk about their raw and vulnerable new EP, “Praise Before My Breakthrough”. We discuss honesty in worship, walking through difficult seasons, and the power of bold declarations. Check out their latest release here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/praise-before-my-breakthrough-ep/1441572979