UPDATE: This is from 2006, but I figure it would be worth reposting.
It’s a few weeks after MLK Day, but Zach and I took a little time last weekend to respond to some of the things we heard from others in response to MLK Day.
We’d love to hear your reaction to our thoughts and the things we’ve heard from others. Be sure to email us.
Thoughts on MLK
I know, I haven’t done a podcast in about a week, but I’m ready to start doing them more frequently. The plan is to do one daily podcast, somewhere between 1-5 minutes. Currently there are a great many way’s to get the podcast, which you can find on the Podcast page. I did want to share one exciting new way to catch up on the latest podcast: Call in!
Sitting bored at the bus stop, waiting room, work, rush hour traffic? Call +1 (818) 688-2764 and listen to the latest Thoughts on the Journey Podcast from me!
It works and sounds great, and hopefully it’ll be a worthwhile little tidbit to get you thinking and challenge you a little.
Let me know what you think of the new feature.
Oh, and really, there’s more blogging to come too.
With the daily podcast, Thoughts on the Journey, moving full steam ahead, I figured I should compile a show for all the current Trying to Follow podcast listeners. Basically this is a compilation of 6 of the daily podcasts I’ve been doing through the month of October. This is being posted in the podcast section so it will show up on the itunes podcast page for all my Trying to Follow listeners.
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Bryan and I discuss the importance of language. When your trying to be intentional about your living and the community your forming, even the language should be intentional. Listen in and then share with us your thoughts.
Only 14 minutes long…
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It took a little while, but I’m back in the podcasting world.
Bryan and I have decided to do a weekly podcast about our experiences living in this community that we’ve formed. Hopefully it will be something that is beneficial for both us and those who are listening in.
It’s gonna take us a little while to get in a groove, but I hope your ready for some great podcasts to come. Your really going to enjoy listening to Bryan, he’s very wise and has awesome stories. Stay tuned…
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This weekend Mindy participated in the Baccaluarate and Commencement at Wheaton College, her now alma mader.
The Baccaluarate message was titled: Donkey’s for Christ. The message was about Jesus riding in on a donkey on Palm Sunday. Basically the preacher was telling all these Wheaton College grads they where donkey’s for Christ. But when you think about it, college graduates from a presitigious school aren’t exactly ‘donkeys’ they’re more like throughbread stallions, so let’s quit with the fake humility.
Here’s Mindy and Ariah cooking and giving their thoughts on “Donkey’s for Christ.”