Shout out to all the moms for Mom’s Day. Near or far, let’s celebrate. And don’t forget the moms who have lost their children to different circumstances. Our love and hearts to them as well. Today also marks three years of the podcast. Over 15k plays over three years. The boys rap about the journey as they appreciate the milestone.
The boys record on Star Wars Day and Michael can’t nerd out because Sean doesn’t care. Google honors the life and work of Hisaye Yamamoto. No more masks outside. Are we getting back to normal?
It’s called a “hangover”. Sean has fun in St. Louie and nerds out about cameras. Michael talks video. Then the convo goes to how crazy social media is. First Toilet paper, then hand sanitizer, now ketchup- restaurants around the country are struggling to get it because everyone has all the stock at home. This of course leads to another covid discussion. Here is the ketchup article: on.wsj.com/3uIt8P7
Michael almost vents about Law Day. Sean thinks he’s boring. It’s a weird one. But it’s a beautiful day to have a deep convo. Shout out to Kevin B. who is recovering from achilles surgery. Sean leads Michael down an amazing rabbit trail.
Max makes Daddy proud. Sean’s birthday is coming this week and he is showing his usual excitement. Michael runs into someone from the old church and discusses how it feels to explain their “unchurched” status.
Do you feel guilty about being unchurched? Or are you comfortable sharing your journey with other people?
Back at it after missing a couple. The boys catch up and rap about the decline of church membership in America. Here’s the link to the article discussed: bit.ly/2QzBn18
Happy Easter? Are you cool saying it? How about that bunny laying eggs? Do people still hunt Easter eggs? Christ’s resurrection is paramount to our faith. The boys discuss why on this short ep.
Sean jabs at Michael who is excited about March Madness. Michael is transplanting Rose of Sharons and found a new pet rock. Sean survived the tornado. They prayed for their community which sparked a conversation about prayer.
Michael starts off with technical difficulties. Then the boys nerd out on bbq. It is Passover. Respect to all our Jewish friends who celebrate the feast. The boys take turns explaining Passover and how it is fulfilled in Christ.
Michael butchers a joke. After some banter, the boys discuss a conflict between Kirk Franklin and his son. Why do we put people on a pedestal and are shocked when they fall short of our expectations? What should the response be from the Christian Church?