In this episode we have Eric Schumacher join us. He is a songwriter and a pastor from Iowa. We play a little game of Florida Man. Then Eric talks to us about the important roles that women played in the Bible.
In this week's episode Sarah Mackenzie, author of The Read Aloud Family, joins us. We talk all about her book. Then we answer another question we recently received.
In this week's episode we start with an apology. Then we talk about our recent trip to see Solo. We also discuss the most recent #Metoo story about Morgan Freeman. Then we close out with a devotional from the Sinner/Saint Devotional.
In this week's episode, we welcome our special guests Jessica Thompson. We interview her about her life and her work. She is an author and a conference speaker. You are really going to love her.
In this week's podcast we talk about seeing the movie Infinity Wars. Then we talk about Chewbacca and the movie Solo. Then we read Beth Moore's blog post and continue our discussion from last week's podcast about men and women. Jess closes us out with a devotional on Isaiah 40.
In this week's episode we go over all the latest news. Then we all go on a little rant about friendships between men and women. Then Elyse closes us out with a great devotional on Ezekiel 14.
In this week's episode, we all talk about our weekends. Joel closes us out with a devotional on being the outsider.
Elyse's conference Delighting in the Word
In this episode Haley Montgomery joins us to talk about her latest album Confessions. Of course the conversation spirals into things that probably shouldn't be discussed on a podcast. Enjoy!
In this week's episode we discuss what a "weaker vessel's" conference would look like. Elyse reads a blog that she wrote for the devotional.
In this week's episode, we get our groove back. Raleigh Sadler helps us find it. He works with Let My People Go to empower the church to fight human trafficking by loving the most vulnerable. Before we get into the serious stuff we laugh about Florida Man news articles.
It is an all play this week. We have the largest crew we've had yet. It is a family episode and we love it.
GUYS! We are pumped to be able to share a preview of a new podcast that is coming out called The Bible. You are going to love it. I promise.
In this week's episode we ramble on for over an hour about Alexa laughing at people, the books we have coming out, and I am not sure what else. Jess closes us out with a devotional on Revelations 21.
This week we have Fitzfaithful, Athena Deck, on to talk about her work with the company Mud Love www.mudlove.com. But first she leads us in a couple hilarious games of Mad Libs. Pop closes out the podcast with a devotional on sharing the good news.
A Fitzfaithful asked if our family ever fights, well we answer that question with a recounting of our recent trip to Florida. We talk about Grace Encounter. The conference we just went to. Then Elyse closes out the podcast with a great devotional from Jeremiah 31.
In this week's episode Duke Kwon a pastor from Grace Meridian Hill Church joins us. We talk about the best fast food burgers. We have some really good questions for Duke... because we are super smart. Then we actually have a Shannon's Corner!!!
In this week's episode we talk about Girl Scout cookies. We talk about how pastors could learn a thing or two from pirates. Then Martin Cachero, the pastor of www.risensd.com joins us to talk about the importance of diversity in the church.
We are continuing our month of having not just white people on the podcast. This week we have Jerry Q. Parries pastor of Christian Family Worship Center House of Grace and Kevin Labby pastor of Willow Creek Presbyterian Church. They both join us to talk about the Grace Encounter Conference. It is shorter than our normal podcast but still full of all the goodness.
In this week's episode THE Shannon from Shannon's corner joins us. She talks about her experiences as a black woman in reformed circles. Please listen and learn. You can find her at www.counselingrace.com
This week we have Tyler Burns from Pass the Mic on our podcast. There is not much to say about it other than listen with an open heart.
In this week's podcast, we talk about a recent family trip to see the movie Jumanji. There was a lot going on. For the month of January we are going to be interviewing who help us understand ethnicity and the church in a better way. This week, our friend, Jess Delgado joins us to talk about what she has experienced and what she is doing to change things.