Radio Matt & Mo get together with some of their best friends to play some games, binge-watch some Disney+, and eat Turkey Dinner (which is actually candy corn that is flavored like Turkey Dinner). Come join the family – especially if you need a break from your real family for a couple hours.
In the last few years, it feels that it is more and more difficult, unacceptable, or even shameful to simply ask questions, compare sources, or seek a clearer picture on something that others call “settled.” In our fear of misinformation, we are often force-fed information with little encouragement to do our own research. Whether this […]
Radio Matt & Mo discuss the Facebook whistleblower, the idea of government control of social media, what really caused the Facebook blackout, and the pros and cons of social media in general.
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Radio Matt & Mo examine how our society became so “subscription-dependent”, examining the best, the worst, and the weirdest subscriptions services, and sharing what subscriptions this world still needs.
It’s Radio Matt & Mo’s 400th Morning Show! They are celebrating by having a show devoted to their friends and listeners!
Radio Matt & Mo dive into the topic of forgiveness, its affect on our health, the different types, and how people are constantly changing.
This week, Radio Matt & Mo discuss our increasingly robotic world – from Roombas to Elon Musk’s Tesla bots – and how Christians should respond.
Radio Matt & Mo spend a week on worship. First, they discuss using words like “reckless” and “irresponsible” in regards to God’s love, tackle some discussions around how we worship, and even discuss what qualifies as a worship song in the first place.
Radio Matt & Mo tackle the news media this week, beginning with the big piece on Subway that convinced everyone they use fake tuna meat, even though the article technically implies otherwise. They then discuss every big story of the past 5 years that turned out to be false, driving our trust in the media […]