Phil Vischer

Encore Episode: VeggieTales Creator Phil Vischer on Dreams, Loss and God

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Phil Vischer was just 22 when he launched an animated kids show starring a cast of talking vegetables. That was 1989. Today, those talking veggies are the stars of the globally renowned VeggieTales series. In this interview Phil talks candidly about the rise and fall of his company, and the lessons he learned about dreams, success, failure and God. More…

007 Bob, Larry and Dreams. The Phil Vischer Interview [Podcast]

In 1989 22 year-old Phil Vischer launched an animated kids show starring a cast of talking vegetables. It became the massively popular VeggieTales series. In this interview Phil talks candidly about the rise and fall of his company, and the lessons he learned about dreams, success, failure and God. More…

Why This Christian Radio Show Talks to Atheists

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Why would a ‘Christian’ radio program invite an atheist on to talk? Or hear the experiences of someone who visits a psychic? Or talk to someone involved in the adult entertainment industry? In this interview with Greg Newman for the broadcast industry publication Jocks Journal, I explain some of the thinking behind the Open House radio show. More…

Open House Volume 2

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In this second book of conversations drawn from Sheridan Voysey’s Open House radio show, we peer into the lives of national and international personalities like Steve Waugh, Gloria Gaynor, Nicky Cruz, William Paul Young, Anne Rice, Lee Strobel, Richard Foster, Barry McGuire, Brian ‘Head’ Welch, Shane Claiborne and many more.
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