Film, Actor, Musician

Harvard Atheist to Faith Filmmaker w/ Tim Chey

Tim Chey, director of 15 faith-based films, joins us to discuss his remarkable journey from atheism to Hollywood. We explore his transformation and get an introduction to his upcoming film, “The Firing Squad,” starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Kevin Sorbo. www.thefiringsquadmovie.com

American Patriot w/ Natasha Owens

Natasha appears on Becoming Outlaws, showcasing her hit single ‘Trump Won’ along with two new releases. Her story of overcoming personal challenges and her familial ties to Elvis provide inspiring insights. Don’t miss out on this episode—it’s one to listen to and share!
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John Michael Talbot

John Michael Talbot a pioneer in Contemporary Catholic Christian Music, reflects on his journey from the early days with Mason Proffit to embracing the monastic life. He discusses the origins of contemporary Christian music within the charismatic movement and shares his near-death experience, offering a glimpse into Heaven.

Pastor’s Kid the Movie w/ Courtney Bandeko

Actress Courtney Bandeko & filmmaker Benjamin Ironside Koppin discuss the new Art House film, ‘Pastor’s Kid.’ An open discussion on how were all broken people on a journey of healing.

Elvis Lives w/ Billy Stanley

Elvis Lives? Hear the first hand account of a stepbrother dying and encountering him in Heaven!
Elvis Presley, the legendary “King of Rock and Roll,” captivated the world until his sudden passing in 1977 at the age of 42. However, beyond his musical prowess, lies a facet of his life often overlooked: his deep-rooted faith.

Everything Matters w/ Charlie Peacock & Andi Ashworth

Do feel at times your seemingly mundane life and daily routines don’t have meaning in the big picture? Be encouraged that your life not only matters, but has true meaning and impact in God’s Kingdom. Charlie Peacock & Andi Ashworth join Becoming Outlaws to share these ideas straight from their new book, ‘Why Everything That Doesn’t Matter, Matter So Much: The Way of Love in a World of Hurt.’