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Ashanti Pettaway

Ashanti is a recent graduate of Moody Bible Institute, with a degree in Systematic Theology. He works with the Urban Praise Internet station and can also be heard early evenings on Moody Radio Chicago. Ashanti is active in his local church, working as a youth leader. He enjoys running, playing basketball and writing poetry. Ashanti is married to Amanda, a talented singer, and they live in Chicago.

Courtney Gaines

Courtney Gaines loves engaging with people about life, pop culture and faith—and challenging their fashion sense. She is a North Dakota farm girl, a military wife and marketing professional. Claiming Nickolas as the best husband, she also brags of having the cutest son. She is always laughing and has a distaste for cheesy mom blogs.

Brian Dahlen

Brian Dahlen is a broadcaster, teacher and musician who loves to talk, and appreciates the value of sarcasm and bad jokes. He blogs about faith, life, radio and race at briandahlen.com. He and his wife Sara have four kids and live on the South Side of Chicago.

What Did They Say Now?

What Did They Say Now? is a weekly conversation between friends. Ashanti, Brian, and Courtney explore ideas and topics, both serious and lighthearted, from a Christian-faith perspective but without all the jargon you might expect. They are candid, open and blunt. This podcast plants the seeds of a conversation—take it or leave it.