'Cwic' is an Old English word that means 'Alive' or 'Intelligent'. Similar to 'Quick'.
A Unique Approach
There are many places you can go to learn about the gospel or hear interesting stories. But not like this. Using the 'Cwic Interpreters' outlined by Cwic Media, you can gain an entirely new appreciation for the scriptures and gospel principles.
At Cwic Media, we look at the scriptures the way they were meant to be read and offer a very practical, gospel-based approach that pulls back the layers of time, culture, and a spiritual understanding. Listen long enough to the podcast, and you'll catch on.
Our Cwic Study Group is a global group made up mostly of Latter-day Saints. They range from the 'garden variety' to more scholarly participants. We focus on the Come Follow Me program and its assigned chapters, along with a review of one Cwic Interpreter each week. Subscribers (Members) can just sit and watch/listen or can comment, ask questions and raise their hands in an interactive environment. The longer you are in the group, the more you will feel a part of a community with specific, shared knowledge of the gospel.
The stories and commentary you hear on Cwic Show are both spiritually uplifting and real. No "fluffiness" here.
Come back to this website often for additional episodes, blog posts, and refreshing, enlightening, and compelling content! Your spirit will be fed.
Greg Matsen is the founder of Cwic Media and the host of its primary show called Cwic Show. Greg ran a large web development and marketing firm representing the vast majority of the Sporting Goods industry and some of the Auto industry in Newport Beach, CA in the 1990s, then built a Wealth Management Firm in Scottsdale, AZ, which he sold in early 2020 due to health issues. He has studied the scriptures and history almost daily since his mission, seeks and develops interfaith relationships, and diligently seeks to help others learn what he has learned through lenses he developed called Cwic Interpreters. He also does a weekly Come Follow Me podcast.
He served a mission to Mexico City and attended BYU. He and his wife have four children and one son-in-law. His favorite activities are sports, long-boarding at San Onofre, sailing, and going to the gym. He believes that an authentic taco al pastor may be the original "food of the gods.".
Disclaimer: The products and content offered by Cwic Media are neither made, provided, approved, nor endorsed by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. All content and products are solely those of Cwic Media and not those of Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
"I couldn’t love these podcasts more. I’ve learned more in the past 6 months of listening than my entire 36 yrs."
"Greg has amazing knowledge of the Gospel. He explains background and connections I have never known before. He has been my instructor (through his recordings) for a year now, and I have looked forward to his insights every week. He has done some great, really interesting interviews too! I have recommended him to many, many people, and continue to do so."
"Great teaching and insights of the New Testament. The historical background provided with each segment adds much to my understanding. This is the best Come Follow Me instruction available on You Tube as far as I’m concerned."