South Carolina’s leaders are visible every day, but is who they really are visible every day? Is what you’re seeing on TV, hearing on the radio and reading in the newspaper the real deal or are you just seeing a public façade?

As is the case with many of our leaders and as much as you might think you know, you probably don’t truly know the real person behind the position. Some leaders may intentionally mislead constituents regarding their true character, but more often, South Carolina’s leaders just aren’t provided a venue for sharing.

Until now.

With the launch of the new podcast Faith Conversations, Palmetto Family helps bring South Carolinians closer to their leaders than ever before through unscripted, intimate one-on-one conversations about their experiences and their faith. These conversations will be chock-full of insights and stories and details that you won’t hear anywhere else.

Want to know how faith influences a South Carolina politician’s actions? Want to know how a Palmetto State pastor heard the calling and how he shepherds his church? Faith Conversations is a must listen because it’s just that – a conversation. Not an interview, not a stump speech or sermon, Faith Conversations will foster real, authentic discussions with those who rarely have them in public.

New episodes of Faith Conversations will be available weekly, and you can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.

It’s time to truly meet for the first time those who make decisions for our great state. Subscribe and listen to Faith Conversations today.

A Faith Conversation with Senator Shane Massey

A Faith Conversation with Senator Shane Massey

Senator Shane Massey was first elected to the South Carolina Senate in 2007 and now serves as that body’s Majority Leader. Learn how his sincere faith guides his decision-making on this episode of Faith Conversations.

A Faith Conversation with Chris Singleton

A Faith Conversation with Chris Singleton

Chris Singleton has an incredible Christian testimony. “Love is greater than hate.” Those were Chris’ words when he decided to forgive the man who murdered his mother during the Mother Emanuel shooting.