In this week's podcast we talk about our driving aggression and blame it all on Pop, of course. Then we talk a bit about going to look at Christmas lights. Then Joel closes us out with a reflection on pastoring.
In this week's podcast we just talk about what is going on for us this week. We talk about the latest edition to Elyse's wardrobe.
In this week's episode we talk about how big websites have lost their focus on the gospel. We also talk about our Thanksgiving and what we want for Christmas. Then Elyse closes us out with a poem by Kaitlin Shleter
We felt like this episode was so good we needed to release it again. It was first released in 2015. It is good to know we have matured a ton. JK
Well, they've done it again! The Fitzes are together talking about all things "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" including Colin's rendition of an Oompa Loompa in his school play, the Grandpa Joe Syndrome which, Joel says, is what's wrong with society today. Jessica then gives Joel and Elyse a pop quiz: "Who said it? Grandpa Joe or Donald Trump"? You'll be amazed! From there they reminisce about their favorite Christmas movies like Elf, The Polar Express, and Miracle on 34th Street. Joel still won't do Chewbacca, but he does say, "Good day Sir! You lose!"
In this week's episode Blake Flattely joins us to talk about his latest EP with 1517 music Christ Coming Light.
In this week's episode we tell a bunch of Florida Man stories. Listener beware. You know how crazy these episodes get. Then Joel closes us out with a really good devotional on the Parable of the Lost Coin. You probably haven't heard this parable the way that Joel explains it. You want to listen just for this.
In this week's episode Justin Holcomb joins us to talk about his newest book God with Us:365 Devotions on the Person and Work of Jesus Christ. He gives away a bunch of books but you have to listen to find out how.
In this week's podcast we talk about teaching parables on Halloween. We talk about what costumes to wear. Then Elyse closes us with a devotional from Ezekiel 36.
We talk about vaccines and dog attacks. Then we close with a liturgy for sleeping.
In this week's episode, Champ joins us to talk about his latest book for children on Advent and the book of Isaiah. Champ has a great podcast called In the Word On the Go.
In this week's episode Lamar Hardwick joins us to close out our series talking about disability and the church. He puts such a period on this whole discussion you don't want to miss it.
In this week's episode we talk about what it is like texting with Pop. Joel recounts a couple of stories of being recognized as Elyse's son and then we jump into the discussion on empathy.
Well, this podcast is what happens when we spend a month being serious. I am really not even sure what to put in the description.
This week's episode is actually the Worthy Podcast in our feed. It goes along with the series we have been doing on disabilities.
Lucy Crabtree joins us to talk about what her experience has been being a part of the deaf community and a part of the church. She closes us out with a devotional on Matthew 20.
Lauren Sparks joins us to talk about her daughter Shelby who has Dravet Syndrome. She wrote a blog on "5 Things Special Needs Families Wish the Church Knew" and we talk about that blog.
Steve Trevino of Global Catalytic Ministries comes us to talk to us about what is going on in Afghanistan and what we can do to help.
Trista Park joins us to talk about her daughter Bernadette who has downs syndrome. She talks to us about how the church can love those with disabilities.
Debbie Bushby joins us to talk about how the church can do better supporting families and people with disabilities. You all don't want to miss this. She has a deaf child and a degree in occupational therapy and she knows her stuff.
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.