In this week's episode Jess shares a story of how she got a free lunch. We talk about the Queen's funeral. Then Joel closes us out with a killer devotional.
In this episode the UK Cats join us to talk about the passing of the Queen and how it has affected their lives. We love having these ladies on and we know you all do too.
We somehow get on the topic of who we want to see, who we don't want to see, and who we will be surprised to see in Heaven. Then we close talking about what being a "person" means. It is random but it is good.
In this week's episode Pop and Elyse talk about their recent trip to Hippo Lakes where they went on safari.
Jessica and Joel are the only ones on the podcast this week and they explore the questions, "Am I turning into my parents?" And then Jess tells the story about buying something in her sleep.
In this episode the gang talks about their new love of pickleball. Pop talks about the Padres and his phone. Then Joel closes us out with a great devotional from Psalm 77.
In this week's podcast Lore Wilbert joins us to talk about her latest book A Curious Faith. We of course talk about all the things and laugh a ton. She is a treasure and we know you will love her.
In this week's episode the crew talks about what they think will come of the January 6th trials. We talk about Elyse falling into a gopher hole. Then Elyse shares a devotional on being unloved and then beloved.
Shannan Martin joins us to talk about the sky, empathy, food, and her latest book Start with Hello. We have a wonderful conversation as evevidenced by the longest podcast we have recorded in a very long time.
In this episode Jess gives a couple big life updates. You know if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck and swims like a duck... it might be a duck.
Eric Schumacher joins us to talk about his latest book Ours: Biblical Comfort for Men Greiving Miscarriage. We talk about about how men handle miscarriage and how we can help.
Our dear friend Haley Montgomery joins us to talk about creativity, artists, and confession. It is a real good one.
In this week's episode we talk about the horrible shooting in Uvalde. We talk about the SBC report on abuse. We discuss what they have in common. Then we read a prayer of lament.
In this week's episode Jessica tells the story of their bun that has escaped. It is wild. Jess talks about getting in a random mans "taxi". Then we discuss why it is important that Jesus is fully God and fully man.
In this week's episode the crew talk about their recent trip to Elgin, IL to see Wesley graduate. Pop closes us out with a devotional.
We have a very weird conversation about biting cats on the butt. Who even knows how we got there. We talk about cancel culture. Then Elyse closes us out with a devotional about Holy Saturday and the Sabbath.
We make bold predictions about the Padres season. Colin joins us to talk about a fight he was in. Then we talk about Hope for San Diego.
In this week's episode we talk about how many times Joel has beaten Pop at golf. We talk about a big fight Elyse and Pop had. We talk about a terrible tweet we saw this week.
In this week's episode we discuss a family group chat that went really wrong. Joel closes us out with a great quote from Henri Nouwen.
You are about to learn a lot about gas prices. Probably more than you ever bargained for. We talk about a couple San Diego man stories. Then Pop closes us out with a great devotional on Jesus being enough.
Joel talks all about Ruth and how much he loves her. We talk about Elyse's latest book. We talk about Ukraine. Then we close out with a question and answer from the Heidelberg Catechism.
We talk about the baseball lout out and if baseball will survive it. We talk about the Oscars. We talk about social media. We talk about Eagle Cam. Then we close out the podcast with a little devotional on what lent means and why it is helpful to observe it.
Kat Harris joins us and we talk about her book Sexless in the City. We also talk about the Super Bowl half time show and spend way to much time talking about Ranch dressing. She closes us out with a great devotional on Hagar and the God who sees.