Old news, but Biden was refused communion. There is a ton of debate about it right now. And the guy leading the charge for the discussion gets caught on grindr. In this solo episode, Michael gets back to business and discusses the true Holy Communion from the Bible.
The boys catch up after a while. Follow along as they recap the past few weeks.
Happy (belated) Father’s Day. It’s nice outside, so the boys just have a quick chat, then head out to the fire pit. The boys also discuss a news article about over 300 kids with heart inflammation after the vaccine. You can read it here: nbcnews.to/3zHuUTU
The Senate unanimously approved to federally recognize Juneteenth. Now it goes to the House for a vote.
A father understands what it’s like to miss a kid once they get older and begin to find their own identity. It feels like the intimacy is gone. But the love from a true father never wains. The longing for closeness grows and the hope of connection increases with time. Michael deals with this idea in this solo episode.
The boys discuss LGBTQ+. We believe everyone should love who they choose.
Michael and family are visiting Sean and Brooklyn. In this EP the boys enjoy each other’s company and give an update on the trip so far. Follow along as the boys tear up IL and MO.
Last episode before the boys record again in person. Sean is finally getting excited.
The boys eventually get into another conversation about prayer. Being unchurched, does prayer become more obligatory? Is that ok if it does? There is a lot of guilt about praying only when you need something. But there is still something to be said about being in the presence of God without asking for anything. Sean breaks down the Lord’s prayer.
Sean has a 2 minute brain fart. Coronavirus talk for a few. Then…bigfoot. Michael is planting herbs. This was a weird convo. But that’s what friends do.
Bald Eagles are cool. The Prez and Kev started a new apparel co called “Friend not Foe”. Check them out. Mask mandates are changing. Hamas vs Israel in Palestine. We need to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.