How to Gird Up Your Loins (First, set down your sword.) Episode 66: Maundy Thursday – explained. Well, attempted at least. We dig in to the Passover… Read more “Episode 66: Maundy Thursday – explained”
Join Gini and Tim for an exciting episode where we explore one of the most hopeful verses in Scripture (“I am about to do a new thing;… Read more “Episode 64: What happened to all the nard?”
Join Tim and Gini for Episode 58 of the Irreverends, in which we discuss Paul’s first letter to Las Vegas Corinth, marking the first time on the… Read more “Episode 58: Fishing for People?”
Join us for Episode 57 in which Jesus issues a dramatic spoiler alert that changes everything! Listen to Gini and Tim struggle with why people react the… Read more “Episode 57: Jesus & the Spoiler Alert”
Join us for Episode 56: “I thought YOU ordered the wine!” as Gini and Tim explore the story of Jesus’ first miracle – turning water into wine.… Read more “Episode 56: “I thought YOU ordered the wine!””
The Irreverends Episode 40: These are NOT the gods you are looking for… has come to visit you from far, far, away… in which Gini and Tim discuss Joshua’s call to the Israelites to follow the one true God and not the false gods that attract there attention and time… and the final segment of the Jesus Summer of Bread for John where Jesus loses a few followers who might have been looking for an easier path to follow than his… followed on by Peter’s beautiful affirmation of faith…
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Join us for this delicious episode of the Irreverends! Wisdom has invited all of us to a great feast that will bring us life. And Jesus confuses… Read more “Episode 39: Jesus is the Bread of Life! But not toast. That’s not real.”