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Cancel This!

Cancel This!

It’s time to talk with open hearts, open minds and an open Bible about the pressing topics Christians want to discuss — without the fear of being canceled. Join author and veteran firefighter/paramedic Jason Sautel as he explores current events, eternal truths and transformational lessons alongside some truly captivating guests. In the age of rabid cancel culture, “Cancel This!” isn’t afraid to ask — and answer — the tough questions.

Episodes

  • Lucas Miles Breaks Down 'The Christian Left' and How 'Liberal Thought Has Hijacked the Church' Lucas Miles Breaks Down 'The Christian Left' and How 'Liberal Thought Has Hijacked the Church' Play in Edifi Player

    Lucas Miles Breaks Down 'The Christian Left' and How 'Liberal Thought Has Hijacked the Church'

    Jason Sautel and Lucas Miles explore Miles' new book, "The Christian Left," the twisting of scripture for political purposes and the tough questions Christians need to be asking today.

  • Actor Kevin Sorbo Breaks Down Being Cancelled & Pushed Out of Hollywood, the State of Cultural Chaos and More Actor Kevin Sorbo Breaks Down Being Cancelled & Pushed Out of Hollywood, the State of Cultural Chaos and More Play in Edifi Player

    Actor Kevin Sorbo Breaks Down Being Cancelled & Pushed Out of Hollywood, the State of Cultural Chaos and More

    Actor Kevin Sorbo joins "Cancel This!" to explore his experience in Hollywood, getting cancelled, cultural chaos — and his new films to come.

  • Cancel Culture, Social Chaos, Seeing Miracles, Discovering Faith & More: Introducing Cancel This! Cancel Culture, Social Chaos, Seeing Miracles, Discovering Faith & More: Introducing Cancel This! Play in Edifi Player

    Cancel Culture, Social Chaos, Seeing Miracles, Discovering Faith & More: Introducing Cancel This!

    "Cancel This!" host Jason Sautel is joined by journalist Billy Hallowell to break down cancel culture, social chaos — and what listeners can expect from this new podcast.

  • Iraq War Vet Jeremy Stalnecker Reveals What Most People Don't Understand About War Iraq War Vet Jeremy Stalnecker Reveals What Most People Don't Understand About War Play in Edifi Player

    Iraq War Vet Jeremy Stalnecker Reveals What Most People Don't Understand About War

    Jeremy Stalnecker is the executive director of the Mighty Oaks Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping veterans and their families who are suffering from PTSD and other struggles. He's also an Iraq War veteran, and he explains what people misunderstand about war — and what it was like in the beginning moments of the U.S.-led War in Iraq. This is a powerful episode.

  • On the Hunt for Happiness: How Daniel Fusco's Quest for Fulfillment Led Him to Jesus On the Hunt for Happiness: How Daniel Fusco's Quest for Fulfillment Led Him to Jesus Play in Edifi Player

    On the Hunt for Happiness: How Daniel Fusco's Quest for Fulfillment Led Him to Jesus

    Daniel Fusco's journey to becoming a pastor is a fascinating one. Find out how his quest for happiness and fulfillment led him to Jesus — and what you can learn about your own journey to contentment.

  • 'Life Was Miserable': Peter Mutabazi Experienced Horrific Poverty and Hopelessness in Uganda — Now, He's Changing Kids' Lives in America 'Life Was Miserable': Peter Mutabazi Experienced Horrific Poverty and Hopelessness in Uganda — Now, He's Changing Kids' Lives in America Play in Edifi Player

    'Life Was Miserable': Peter Mutabazi Experienced Horrific Poverty and Hopelessness in Uganda — Now, He's Changing Kids' Lives in America

    Peter Mutabazi grew up in Uganda, where he experienced tragedy, abuse, hunger and hopelessness. But after living on the streets, he met a man who spoke words of affirmation and it changed everything. Now, he lives in America and he's an adoptive and foster dad who is changing kids' lives, using his past to transform others' present. Listen to Peter reveal the incredible ways he's giving back.

  • 'It Was Torture': Hotshot Firefighter Brendan McDonough Faced 'Living Hell' After Being a Lone Survivor — Then He Found Jesus 'It Was Torture': Hotshot Firefighter Brendan McDonough Faced 'Living Hell' After Being a Lone Survivor — Then He Found Jesus Play in Edifi Player

    'It Was Torture': Hotshot Firefighter Brendan McDonough Faced 'Living Hell' After Being a Lone Survivor — Then He Found Jesus

    Brendan McDonough, the lone survivor of the Yarnell Hill fire tragedy of 2013, faced pain, suffering, PTSD and chaos after the tragic incident. But after finding Jesus and seeking help, everything changed. Today, he's inspiring others to live powerful, hope-fueled lives. Listen to him tell his incredible story of overcoming the odds, faith, perseverance and survival.

  • 'Prayer Works': Hero Firefighter Who Spent 7 Minutes in Raging Inferno Reveals Incredible Miracle 'Prayer Works': Hero Firefighter Who Spent 7 Minutes in Raging Inferno Reveals Incredible Miracle Play in Edifi Player

    'Prayer Works': Hero Firefighter Who Spent 7 Minutes in Raging Inferno Reveals Incredible Miracle

    Los Angeles Fire Captain Cheyane Caldwell was a believer when he encountered the most death-defying moment of his career. But the events of July 24, 2007, intensified his faith — and changed everything. In the premiere episode of "Jesus Is All We Need," Cheyane tells host Jason Sautel about his miraculous survival after plunging into a raging inferno. He explains, "There’s no reason I should have survived, but I ... give all glory to my Lord and savior Jesus Christ for what he did on that …