In this week's podcast the crew talks a bit about the Olympics. Then they discuss the rise of plagiarism with pastors taking other's sermons. Then Joel closes us out with a devotional on Hebrews 13.
We talk about the fun we have been having over the Summer. Then Jess closes us out with a devotional on being content.
In this week's episode Joel and Jessica are flying solo. They talk about the 4th of July festivities and then Jess shares the story of a wasp that she came in close contact with. Then Joel closes us out with a devotional on Philippians 1.
Ron Sandison joins us to talk about his experience with Autism. He gives a good word to the Church on how to care for neurodivergent kids. He is also hilarious and has 15,000 scriptures memorized. You don't want to miss this one. He closes us out with a good word on good gifts.
Our latest Fitzfaithful, Glenna Hadley joins us to talk about her job in HR at Target. She talks about what it is like to be a widow. She talks about loving people. We love her. So much.
Kendra and Fletch Fletcher join us to talk about life as a dentist and a writer. This is a good one. You will laugh and be encouraged.
This month we celebrate you guys by interviewing Fitzfaithfuls who were nominated by others to be on. You all are going to love Melissa.
In this week's episode the crew talks about how standards have changed especially concerning the movies we let our kids watch. We also take a wild turn into Pop's shoes. Then we close out with a devotional on living into your vocation.
On this week's episode we talk about pastors who continually abuse and hurt the sheep in their churches. Jessica gives an update on her trip to Disneyland. Elyse closes us out with a great piece on the way we think about Eve.
After 6 years of podcasting as a family we finally got the oldest of the sibling group to join in. James, his wife Michelle, and their son Gabe join us on the front porch. We tell lots of stories and laugh a bunch.
In this week's episode Gretchen Ronnevik joins us to talk about her latest book, Ragged. We talk about book proposal rejections and personal rejections. Then she leads us in a timely devotional from Romans 5.
In this week's episode the crew reads a bunch of good of bad reviews that the podcast has received. Jessica blurts out a very untimely reveal. Then the crew does a devotional on 2 Chronicles 15.
In this week's episode our favorite stand-up comedian joins us and he brought his wife! Dustin and Mel Nickerson join us to talk about all the things. We laugh so much. Then he gives us a great devotional on the Jonah.
In this week's podcast Pop leads the entire deal. We have heard your cries for justice for Pop. He gets to tell any story he wants without interruption. Enjoy.
There really isn't much to say about this episode except that if you enjoy Matthew Pierce or Carman this is the one for you.
In this week's podcast Quina Aragon joins us to talk about her child's book Love Gave. She talks about her life in Tampa Bay and what the last couple years were like for her. Then she closes us out with an excellent devotional on Psalm 84.
In this week's podcast Scott Mehl joins us to talk about a small group resource that was developed to be a companion to his book Loving Messy People. We talk about the Padres (of course). We talk about being a pastor in the midst of a pandemic. He encourages us to love those around us. Then he closes us out with a great devotional on conflict and healing.
The UK Cats come on to talk about the Oprah Interview with Harry and Meghan. You know them you love them and this episode will make you love them more.
It is just the original crew in this episode. We are as dumb as always. But this devotional by Joel will make you forget that.
In this week's episode Pastor Daniel Balcombe joins us to talk about the Padres. I promise you will enjoy this podcast even if you don't like baseball. Then Daniel closes us out an encouraging devotional about God's love for us.
Andrea Howe joins us to talk about cooking good things and making good drinks.
We called our good friend and former youth pastor, Jim Ost, who lives in Texas to talk about what is going on there. He tells us how to help and pray. He is also hilarious. He closes us out with a devotional from Psalm 55 that will fill you with hope.
In this week's episode we talk about the latest scandal to hit evangelicalism. We also talk about our kid's schooling from home.
In this week's episode our friend Erin Moon joins us to talk about her faith antenna and her lent devotional Momento Mori. She is hilarious and smart exactly our favorite type of people. You will love her.
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In this week's episode Eric Schumacher joins us to talk about his latest novella My Last Name. Unfortunately, we get sidetracked talking about a bunch of random stuff like which dead celebrity pastor would be fun at a party. He then closes us out with a devotional from Song of Songs.