Andy Crouch: The Exchange Podcast

Subscribe via iTunes • Subscribe via RSS Andy Crouch is the executive editor of Christianity Today, a leading thinker in evangelicalism and the author of Playing God and Culture Making. In this episode, Ed and Andy discuss churches reaching their communities, social justice and Christianity Today’s “This Is Our City” effort. Related Resources With Playing God, Andy Crouch opens the […]

Creeds, Burning Man and Missiology with Alan Hirsch – This Week on #TheExchange

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Today on The Exchange with Ed Stetzer: Alan Hirsch, Founding Director of Forge Mission Training Network, talks ancient creeds, Burning Man and missiology. NEW SEGMENT: Social Church with author and consultant Justin Wise Training from Ministry Grid: Small Group expert and church consultant Steve Gladen Bad Church Signs Watch #TheExchange Today at 3pm Eastern/2pm Central

Stephen Mansfield: The Exchange Podcast

Subscribe via iTunes • Subscribe via RSS New York Times bestselling author and speaker Stephen Mansfield joined Ed to discuss a wide range of topics, such as the faith of past and sitting presidents, church leadership, and manhood. Related Resources Witty, compelling, and shrewd, Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men is about resurrecting your inborn, timeless, essential, masculine […]

Surviving Loss, Suffering, and Leading Change with Bob Russell – This Week on #TheExchange


Today on The Exchange with Ed Stetzer: Pastor Emeritus of Southeast Christian Church Bob Russell discusses suffering, grief, counseling and leading people and churches through change along with the Acts of God movie release. Movie review of Calvary with Rev. Thomas McKenzie Training from Ministry Grid: Former NFL player and Pastor Derwin Gray shares what sets apart transformational churches. Bad […]

D.A. Horton: The Exchange Podcast


Pastor, author, teacher, artist D.A. Horton spends some time with Ed Stetzer sharing his story, highlighting the key messages from his G.O.S.P.E.L., book and discussing how to contextualize the Gospel to urban culture.

D.A. (a.k.a. hip-hop artist Azriel) ends the show with a brief spoken word performance.

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DNA: Foundations of the Faith is written with the urban reader in mind. Through the use of familiar concepts and illustrations, D.A. Horton offers an invitation to dig into the Scriptures and learn foundational truths that believers in Christ need to know as they live on mission in our world today.
Written in a workbook style, readers will explore key scriptures and record all that is discovered as each person is equipped to live out the truths they learn.