Here are some pics we took while recording episode 28. The videocast is coming soon.
Music by The Tonies; this special episode features a silly and crazy party-reunion of our buddies from youth group; A Kiss and Hillary Duff: Cletus, Abu, and Brother Breakfast Burrito; Brother Jose Francis Rojas; youth group and friendship; Father Bags tricks Brother Jose; some crude stories involving flatulation and bowel movements; a little singin’ and guitarin’ with some old-school praise and worship; G gets pranked;
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An excerpt from an email from Jordan:
Father Bagodonuts says (paraphrasing) "make all the mistakes you want
and let Jesus take care of it". That’s a dangerous message. It might
be literally true, because if you were concentrating on Jesus you
wouldn’t want to make any mistakes (sins), but it could be
misinterpreted as license to sin because of the availability of grace
A portion of our response:
As for the Father Bags comment, I agree with you. After the statement
was made, I had a similar train of thought run through my mind. I think
on our next show we’ll address that.
I just wanted to say thank you for making your Podcast becuase it has really been helping me get though all the problems that I have been having lately. I have only been listening for a a short time but it has been really cool and helpfull with life. I just thought that I should tell you guys this.
thank you very much for everything you do and keep up the good work!
– a listener
UAE Abu Dhabi
I agree with
what you guys said about the youth groups…For me, I went through
confirmation and then just…nothing. Mass was that boring place mom
took me on Sundays and, as soon as I was 16 and she told me I could
choose for myself, I chose to stay home and sleep in. I wish I had
something that drew me in and helped me grow in my faith as a teen.