What do Thomas Kinkade, Frank Peretti, and Sarah Palin have in common (outside of not being relevant for 20 years)? The crew is back for its first episode of 2020, with the normal shenanigans of John slandering LL Cool J, David calling out DJs ‘art’, and Amanda’s not so king thoughts on women who don’t …
Welcome back as our Fall Season kicks off with a look at humility as the basis of trust-building between students and teachers. Along with the normal shenanigans, David talks about life, John offers thoughts on discourse in the church, and Amanda drops Trinitarian bombs on the boys…join us for season 3!
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We have a special guest this week: Melissa Thompson. We discuss superhero movies and parenting theory. We also talk about Eneagram personality, Carman, and Dismissive Beavers.
It’s been a while, but the crew is excited to be back. Let’s get caught up and talk about what’s been going on in everyone’s life. We talk about death and pastoring and Amanda’s recent trip to Powell’s where she found The Hobbit Musical which was actually approved by Tolkien himself.
You, dear listener, are in for a treat when you tune in to Episode 20 of the Donnybrook Podcast. Our special guest on the show this week is Tom Velasco who we’ve dubbed The Most Interesting Man in the Treasure Valley. In this wide-ranging episode, we rabbit-trail with breathtaking velocity, talking about quality movies, dystopian …
This week we discuss liturgy and worship in the high and low church traditions. We find out what everyone’s reading, and David gives podcast gifts. Here’s the link for the Rachel Held Evans article that John mentioned (about why progressive Christians should care about abortion).
The gang talks through Amanda’s Required YA list, the importance of reading diverse authors. We also talk about free range parenting and the importance of letting kids have space to explore the world on their own.
In a first for the ‘cast, we welcome in a special guest, our friend Brent. We talk about new years resolutions, epic poetry goals, and the importance of changing people’s hearts. And David reads a liturgical poem about weeping. For reals.
And we compare Neil Stephenson to Wendell Barry.
In this episode we talk about black and white movies that everyone should see and David wears an ugly Christmas sweater. We also talk about how we should measure success in the church (should we?) and the apocalyptic fiction genre. And Amanda’s forthcoming Napoleon Dynamite experience.