On each episode, RELEVANT founder and publisher Cameron Strang sits down for deep conversations with artists, thinkers, world-changers, leaders and the people who are making an impact in culture and the Church. The intimate conversations are more than just interviews; they are real dialogues that are always honest—and always unedited.
Special Episode: Rick Warren
2020 isn't normal. We're simultaneously dealing with a global pandemic, racial injustice, political tension, economic instability and climate disasters. That's why we wanted to do this special edition of 'Unedited' where Cameron Strang sits down with pastor Rick Warren. He's a leader to leaders, and Pastor Rick's wisdom and insight to navigating these unprecedented waters is something we all need to hear. Buckle up, he brings some much-needed clarity and truth.
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Episode 19: Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Bianca Olthoff is a speaker, church planter and author of the new book, 'How to Have Your Life Not Suck.' She’s passionate about helping today's generation discover meaning and purpose in Jesus, navigate life, connect in community and live significantly. Listen as she talks to Cameron about her incredible story, struggling with self-worth and hearing God’s voice about her calling.
Episode 18: Propaganda
Propaganda is an emcee, poet and activist, but he’s also one of those voices that can’t be put in a box. He challenges the status quo and is an outspoken activist for the Church to address important issues. In this illuminating conversation, Prop joins Cameron to talk about growing up in racially segregated Los Angeles, cultural identity—including his first trip to Africa that he just took—and yes, how he finds himself at a lot of white church conferences and what he thinks about that.
Episode 17: Shauna Niequist
Shauna Niequist is a sought after speaker, and 'The New York Times' best-selling author of 'Cold Tangerines,' 'Bittersweet,' 'Present Over Perfect' and others. This has been a year of change for Shauna. Listen in as she talks to Cameron about starting over, handling difficult seasons, the Enneagram and even the new book she’s just starting to write. It’s a vulnerable and open conversation, exactly what you’d expect from Shauna.
Episode 16: Christine Caine
Author, speaker, activist—Christine Caine is a literal world changer. She founded A21, a nonprofit working to "abolish slavery everywhere, forever,” as well as Propel Women, an organization empowering women to lead and develop their sense of God-given purpose. She sits down with Cameron to talk about how she keeps all those plates spinning without burning out, what she sees God doing in this generation and what’s next for her.
Episode 15: Hillsong United's Joel Houston
Joel Houston is the leader of influential worship group Hillsong United. After a three-year break, the band recently released the album "People," which hit No. 2 on the Billboard charts.
It’s a moving and vulnerable conversation, as Joel opens up about a personal crisis he went through, and the painful process of rediscovering, as he put it, the “wonder” again.
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Just listened to the episode with Joel, and both he and Cameron came across as so real and weren’t afraid to talk about the depths as well as the heights of their last 20 years in their respective industries/ministries. Get listening!