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We asked our favorite serviceman, the Army's Lieutenant Colonel Polosky, for practical ways we can show our appreciation to servicemen and women on Veterans Day. Hear our full interview with LTC Polosky in our podcast: You may remember LCT Polosky is the one who took Bekah sky diving earlier this year. The video is well worth a watch. Watch Bekah jump!  

The last time we had America's Got Talent star Joseph O'Brien in, we promised him that we would have him back to perform one of his songs after he had wrapped up filming for AGT. Today, we made good on that promise. Here's Joseph O'Brien performing his song "Light." We also talked about life after America's Got Talent and that awkward shoutout he was forced to give during the quarterfinals.

Photo Op is where Wally confiscates our phones and checks out the last photo we took. Which photo do you like the best? Top-Left: I don't have kids, so my dog Hadley gets to dress up every year. It’s a puppy in a poodle skirt!! -Bekah Top-Right: At Pumpkinfest, my daughter Anna was excited to get her picture taken with some princesses. She had no idea who the guy sliding in on the left was. -Zach…

I know there are some well-meaning Christians who seem to be a bit confused as to why a Christian artist like Lauren Daigle would go on the show of a "Godless sinner like Ellen." Sadly, that was an exact quote from a preacher’s wife who called me after we talked to Lauren Daigle about her performance on the Ellen Show. Those words reverberated in my head, and I found myself both flabbergasted and frustrated. The…

There is a new movie out called Indivisible. While it is a serious movie about the stress that deployments take on soldiers and their families, we thought we would have a little fun first. So we did "Chaplains in Choppers Eating Churros" with Chaplain Darren Turner, the man whose life and service inspired the movie "Indivisible." Indivisible is the true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner who went to Iraq to help minister to the…

Zach Williams recently worked on a really cool project, where he performed his songs for a group of prisoners at Harding Prison in Nashville. He joined us to talk about that experience--plus Wally got choked up while sharing a letter from his brother who is currently in prison. The videos of these men in prison worshipping along to songs like "Chain Breaker," "Fear is a Liar," and "Survivor" are incredibly moving. Check out a little…