Podcast Episodes

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Critical Race TheoryCulture

The Consequences of Killing God with John Stonestreet

The foundation of our society has shifted beneath our feet. Where there was once a firm base rooted in the Bible, we now find our culture in a moral freefall. Special guest John Stonestreet from the Colson Center reveals how subtle shifts have radically eroded people’s ability to find truth, identity, justice, and meaning. Believers have a responsibility to shape society in such a way that people know truth and can find meaning and justice …

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Biblical WorldviewCulture

Understanding the Times and Seasons by Darrow Miller

The men of Isaachar are described in the Bible as having an understanding of their times and knowledge about what to do (1 Chronicles 12:32). This is no time to sit passively, expecting the Lord to accomplish His work apart from His people. Jesus is not only the Lamb of God; He is the Lion of Judah, the Victor, and the Dragon Slayer. We must not fear going into dark and hard places as His representatives. Ungodly cultures are breeding death and destruction …

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Biblical WorldviewKatherine Gallagher

A Framework for a Life that Works with Katherine Gallagher

Many Christians uncritically blend secular thinking with a Christian worldview. They syncretize the dominant worldview of their friends, family, and community with bits and pieces of a biblical worldview. Today’s guest shares that this fragmented thinking creates real challenges, because only one worldview actually works …

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Christian relief and developmentdiscipling nations

Honey, We Shrunk the Gospel with Leanna Cinquanta

To their detriment, many ministries pivot between a message of salvation and a social gospel–neither capture the fullness of the Great Commission. Dr. Leanna Cinquanta, the dynamic founder of We Ignite Nations (WIN) passionately challenges Christians to shift their understanding from a shrunken gospel to the comprehensive gospel of the kingdom, which connects to every part of our lives. Hear inspiring boots-on-the-ground reports …

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Brazildiscipling nations

Revival + Reformation = Discipled Nations with Teo Hayashi

It seems there are more churches and Christians globally than ever before in history. Yet, society and culture seem to be crumbling around us. Where are these believers? Today’s guest, Brazilian Pastor Teofilo Hayashi, argues that this lack of Christian impact is because we’ve seen souls stirred and saved, but not lives reformed …

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BrazilCommunications

Cultivating Imagination and Deep Thinking Amid a Culture War with Samuel Felix

In today’s anti-Christian culture, how can churches, ministries, and all of us communicate effectively with people who would rather not listen to what we have to say? What strategies can we employ to help people engage the biblical worldview? Our featured guest, Samuel Felix, is a long-time friend and Kingdomizer …

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Culturediversity

Learning to Critique & Celebrate Foreign Cultures with George Oliveira

When we cross cultural borders to serve others, it is essential for us to learn when to celebrate cultural diversity and when to critique it. This can be tricky! We may instinctively seek to align everything to our cultural norms–but doing so can dangerously lead to the erasure of beautifully unique and diverse elements …

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Jon TysonMasculinity

Fighting Shadows with Jon Tyson

Today, as men, we need to do more than understand the largely lost concept of biblical masculinity. We need freedom. Most men are trapped by “shadows” or lies and have a difficult time expressing vulnerability, making us familiar with the grip of isolation and loneliness. This is not the life God intended…

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Christian nationalismCulture

The Gospel Has No Significance for Society

Christian nationalism was recently denounced by John MacArthur as a faulty viewpoint. He says things will get continually worse on Earth. Unfortunately, this view cultivates apathy and even discourages cultural influence. In contrast to this view, Christ teaches us to pray: “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven…

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Biblical WorldviewFreedom

Words Worth Rejecting or Redeeming with Dr. Elizabeth Youmans

Words are constantly created and redefined in our day. With such dramatic shifts, how can we have the “mind of Christ?” Words are not just sounds we utter; they are powerful building blocks for culture. Words and their meanings shape our thinking, convictions, beliefs, and worldview – ultimately bringing about our actions. Which words need to be redeemed? Are there words that need to be rejected? Today we are joined by author, teacher, education consultant, trainer, speaker, and our good friend, Dr. Elizabeth Youmans, who helps us think deeply about this while helping us consider specific words like, gender, marriage, liberty and more.

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AbortionChildren

What’s the Harm of IVF? With Katy Faust

The Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that frozen embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are children. This case caused many to realize how little they know about IVF and the principles that drive the practice. Christians instinctively celebrate anything that has to do with children and life, but we will talk about the deeper worldview principles underneath the surface. Guest Katie Faust, sentinel of children’s rights and president of Them Before Us, helps us tackle the complexities of how society’s adult-centric desires impact voiceless children. She also talks about if there is an ethical way for believers to participate in IVF.

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Easterimago Dei

Easter Part 2: Representatives in a Foreign Land

How does Easter’s message interweave our daily lives? Jesus’ reign is not confined to some spiritual reality. His kingship radically transforms every aspect of our existence. From personal identity to societal influence, we peel back layers of cultural misconceptions to expose a truth that emboldens us to live fearlessly within the victory of the resurrection.

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Meet the Hosts

Scott Allen

Scott Allen

President

Scott Allen serves as president of the DNA secretariat office. After serving with Food for the Hungry for 19 years in both the United States and Japan, working in the areas of human resources, staff training and program management, he teamed up with Darrow Miller and Bob Moffitt to launch the DNA in 2008.

Darrow Miller

Darrow Miller

Co-Founder

Darrow Miller is a world-renowned author and teacher on Christianity and culture, apologetics, worldview, poverty, and the dignity of women. In 1981, he began 27 years at Food for the Hungry, serving there as vice president from 1994 to 2007 until he helped launch the DNA in 2008. 

Dwight Vogt

Dwight Vogt

Vice President

Dwight Vogt serves as the vice president of international programs. Before coming to the DNA, he worked for 27 years at Food for the Hungry, including field-based leadership roles in Bangladesh, Peru, Thailand and Guatemala.

Luke Allen

Social Media Manager

Luke Allen serves as the marketing manager of communications. He works with strategy, social media, and graphics. He is newly wed, newly grad, and native of Phoenix.  

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