Communion often begins with good conversation, and good conversation often begins around the table. Join in on the table talk with award-winning singers, songwriters and authors Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer and their thoughtful guests for the brand new TV show and podcast – Dinner Conversations ... Turning the Light On One Question at a Time.
The Legend of Charlie Daniels ft. Charlie Daniels
At 83 years-young, Charlie Daniels passed away on July 6, 2020. Filmed at his home studio in Nashville last year, this never-before-seen conversation with the Country music legend was much more than a chit-chat with a musical giant – it was a glimpse into the heart of a man educated and inspired by a lifetime of family, faith, and of course, music.
Family Matters ft. Michael Tait and Lynda Randle
Sibling singers Lynda Randle and Michael Tait of Newsboys fame dish on hot topics like family dynamics, race relations and the unifying power of music. Musical artist Jon Reddick expounds on the conversation.
Finding Beauty In Brokenness ft. Julie Roberts
Gold-selling country music artist Julie Roberts chronicles her real life drama of tragedy and triumph – including a life-changing Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis while in her twenties – and the lessons of hope she has learned along the storied way.
An Intelligent Faith ft. Eric Metaxas
New York Times bestseller and radio personality Eric Metaxas discusses the crossroads of culture and faith as we ask the question, "What does it mean to be a Christian in the 21st century?" – peppered with Eric's infamous wit and no-nonsense grit. Filmed on-location at Gaylord’s Opryland Resort in Nashville.
Personality By Number ft. Ian Morgan Cron and Lisa Whelchel
Enneagram authors and podcast host Ian Morgan Cron and television star Lisa Whelchel reveal how to discover your true self–and better relate to the world around you–through the Enneagram personality typology. Plus Your Enneagram Coach's Beth McCord chimes in.
Suicide...Hiding In Plain Sight ft. Mark Means and Wes Hampton
Licensed therapist Mark Means facilitates a sensitive discussion around the whys and whats of our culture’s suicide crisis and how community can help. His singing son-in-law Wes Hampton of the Gaither Vocal Band sensitively highlights the conversation with music.
I love dinner conversations!
I just love this podcast!!
Bang on .
Excellent show. Keep them coming.
I love the ease they have with each other. I love the topics & the fun