The boys reunite after a three month sabbatical. They recap the break and share their perspectives of how the year ended, the good, bad and ugly.
The boys chat about what they love about Halloween. The one time of year morbidity is acceptable. 31Oct is also the anniversary of the 95 Theses of Martin Luther. The boys break down a summary and “challenge serious things”. 95 Theses: luther.de/en/95these
Adulting sucks sometimes. Especially when things spin out of your control. Texas Gov signs bill banning trans girls from competing in female sports. The boys may get cancelled talking about it, but they don’t hold back. Here is the article:wapo.st/3Gpfw1I Anyway, we are still gonna celebrate Halloween.
The boys catch up after yet another long break between recordings. It’s fall and the fire pits are lacking wood. They talk about releasing some blooper drops in December, “the slow month” and Michael has a long honey-do-list. Are you getting the third shot when it’s available? Also, Sean started a fantasy NHL league toContinue reading “EP260: Like It or Love It”
The boys debate about the podcast music. Michael misses fried chicken. Service dogs have been left behind in Afghanistan…but a debate on who the dogs belong to. But Christians are stepping up to the plate to help out.
The boys catch up. Sean shares a bit about his absence. Then the boys talk about how to pray for the country and our leadership.
In this episode, Michael discusses questions about being unchurched. And highlights several benefits gained from leaving the four walls. He shares a renewed focus on what is important and the freedom gained from caring less about others opinions.
Michael shares a conversation he had with his wife about missing corporate worship. Is it ok to go back for a visit? Michael explores some old church mindsets that need to be challenged.
Michael loses his canopy in a storm. Then he breaks down the “scariest scripture for a Christian”: Matthew 7:21. Context is key in understanding scripture. Faith is key in pleasing God. And there is power in believing the truth.
Michael begins with an excerpt from one of his favorite books. Then recaps the beginning of the week with a “tragedy” of a storm. We all have them, but how we deal with them sets us apart. Maturity requires certain behaviors. He goes over strategy to make wise decisions and challenge better behavior.