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51 minutes | Nov 15, 2022
Let's Talk About Black Fame
In the Season 3 Finale, the Morgans tackle the complexities of the relationship the Black community has with Black public figures. they explore the nuances of the pressure Black public figures are under and the varied responses the Black community can have to various expressions of Black fame. Malcolm and Micah continue the episode with a “Faith in Context” segment on Black Deconstruction. How does it tend to be different from the Exvangelical movement? And how can Black, deconstructing Christians move through their deconstruction journey in the healthiest way possible?
52 minutes | Nov 1, 2022
Let's Talk About Parent-Child Relationships
In this week’s entertainment segment, Malcolm and Micah offer their review of the movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” including their commentary on its cinematography and on its use of metaphor. Then, in their relationships segment, the Morgans explore adult parent-child relationships. They answer questions like, “what can make these relationships so difficult? What is there to look forward to when you’ve entered adulthood with your parents?”
47 minutes | Oct 11, 2022
Let's Talk About Power
In this week’s episode, the Morgans tackle the concept of power from all angles. In their relationships segment, they start by defining power and exploring the many ways it can show up by seen people. Then, in their faith in context segment, they explore a biblical foundation for how power should be used.
60 minutes | Sep 27, 2022
Let's Talk About "Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul."
This week, Malcolm and Micah spend some time thinking out loud about the movie, “Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul.” They use their entertainment segment to explore the layers of the film and the impact it’s had on Black Christians since its release. Then, in their relationships segment, they explore the obstacles that often stand in the way of cross-generational relationships and what we can do to improve them.
46 minutes | Sep 13, 2022
Let's Talk About How Churches Innovate
In this week’s “Faith in Context” segment, Micah and Malcolm spend some time thinking out loud about the evolution of church innovation. They wonder about what motivates the church to innovate and what the purpose of church innovation is. Then, in their “Entertainment” segment, they discuss the current trend of the cinematic reboot. They answer questions like, “Do we need the reboot? What kinds of people tend to crave a reboot?”
43 minutes | Aug 30, 2022
Let's Talk About Why I'm Not Here to Make Friends
It’s never too late to discuss a good show! This week, Malcolm and Micah finally discuss the 2022 winter released AppleTV+ show, Severance. They explore the show’s appeal to the visual and auditory senses and its commentary on elements of western culture work life balance and definitions of personhood. Then, in their relationships segment, the Morgans ask and answer the question, “Why do some people come to work to make friends and others don’t?”
43 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
Let's Talk About "Holy" Dating
Malcolm and Micah head down memory lane and talk about what navigating “holy dating” was like as Black, Christian teenagers. They answer questions like, “What motivated the adults in our lives to talk about dating the way they did? And what does scripture actually say about dating— if anything?” The Morgans end this week’s episode by exploring the increasingly popular topic of ghosting— but with a bit of a twist.
56 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
Let's Talk About "Nope"
Jordan Peele’s long-awaited #NopeMovie has finally been released and Malcolm and Micah simply could not pass up an opportunity to talk about it! They begin season three of the podcast by discussing the cinematic artistry and metaphorical themes of Peele’s most recent blockbuster. Then, in their relationships segment, they explore the building blocks of apologies in both personal relationships and the entertainment industry.
35 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Let's Talk About Slave Movies
After Janelle Monae's "Antebellum," scholars and commentators revisited the conversation about whether we need any more slave movies (spoiler alert: it's a pretty short conversation). Malcolm and Micah join that conversation in their entertainment segment. Then they finish off this episode by reminiscing about the few slave movies they've valued the most over the years.
39 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Let's Talk About Church Hurt
Church hurt is a complicated subject with relational and spiritual components to consider. Malcolm and Micah sit down to first define and then discuss church hurt as a relational and spiritual issue. Then, in their relationships segment, they shift their discussion to how to repair after a fight or conflict.
38 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Let's Talk About Our "Callings"
The concept of “calling” has taken on a distinct set of ideas within the Western Christian imagination. Malcolm and Micah sit down to talk about those ideas and the impact they tend to have on the people who unconsciously adopt them. Then, the Morgans finish this week’s episode by filtering their discussion about “calling” through a review of Amazon Prime’s “Invincible.”
37 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Let's Talk About Captain America & Justice
Malcolm and Micah finally sit down to chat about the Falcon and the Winter Soldier: the show’s plot points, symbolic references to moments in history, and exploration of friendship and race. They transition to this week’s “Faith in Context” segment by answering the question, “If this is what the new Captain America thinks about Justice, what can we imagine God thinks about Justice?”
37 minutes | May 11, 2021
Let's Talk About Adult Friendships
Malcolm and Micah explore the age-old topic of adult friendships in this week’s double relationship segment episode. They begin by answering questions about when friendships were easy and what makes them difficult now. And they end with a discussion on friendships alongside of romantic relationships. Is it okay to have friendships with someone your partner isn’t friends with?
37 minutes | May 4, 2021
Let's Talk About "The One"
This week, Malcolm and Micah answer the question, “Is there such a thing as ‘the one’ when it comes to romantic relationships?” They’ll use the Netflix series ‘The One’ as a backdrop for this conversation and will end with a relationships segment on a popular tool often used to more deeply understand ourselves and the one we’re with. If you want to explore more from this week’s relationships segment, head to http://enneagraminstitute.com/.
38 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Let's Talk About "Malcolm & Marie"
It’s the season 2 premiere episode and Malcolm and Micah are starting off with an entertainment segment on Sam Levinson’s “Malcolm & Marie.” They explore the beauty and complexity of this movie and what it takes to argue healthily in romantic relationships.
35 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
Let's Talk About Difficult People
In this Season Finale episode, we are talking about difficult people. We help to identify what can make difficult people hard to deal with, what we've learned in these relationships and, how as leaders, we can better relate and care for difficult people.
45 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Let's Talk About "The Queen's Gambit"
This week Malcolm and Micah give their review of "The Queen's Gambit", including what this movie says about self-reliance and relationships. They also talk about mentorship and the reasons why mentorship may be a lost art.
49 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
Let's Talk About "Jingle Jangle"
It's a holiday-themed episode! This week we talk about the Netflix Original musical "Jingle Jangle" including what we liked, what we didn't like and some general feelings about holiday movies. We end the show with a discussion of some of our favorite Christmas movies.
47 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Let's Talk About COVID-19 (Part 1)
This week Malcolm & Micah talk COVID-19. They start off talking about how COVID-19 has caused some big changes in the church and then they talk about what COVID has revealed about them individually and collectively.
40 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Let's Talk About Tyler Perry
This week Malcolm and Micah have a spirited conversation about Tyler Perry. They look at their criticism of his work, and why they have higher expectations from creators like Perry. They end with a conversation about how to tell your friends and family that their taste in TV and movies is not good.
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