So what shows am I featuring today??
I’ve been extremely interested in bible studies and exploration lately. Side note: if you have any good recs, I’m all ears!! I’m grouping these two together: Tim and Jon host The Bible Project, Exploring My Strange Bible is Tim’s personal podcast. TBP features in-depth conversations on themes, theology, and history – and there are also companion videos on youtube. EMSB holds ten years’ worth of Tim’s lectures, sermons, and classroom teachings.
The Bible Project
God Series Recap: Recapping their series on God.
The Trinity & God’s Identity: Welcome to the final episode in our series on God! Today Tim and Jon discuss the Christian doctrine of the Trinity.
Exploring My Strange Bible
The Passover Meal – Gospel of Matthew Part 32: We continue to explore the Gospel of Matthew in this episode.
Gold, Darkness, and Dwarves – Gospel of Matthew Part 31: We continue exploring the Gospel of Matthew!
The Bible Binge
WHAT IT’S ABOUT
If you follow me on instagram, there’s a good chance you’ve seen me talk about this one. I’ll be honest, when I first started listening to the show I thought they were being WAY too casual and wasn’t all that into it…but now ♥ It’s one of my favorite podcasts hands down. Inspired by pop culture, Knox and Jamie wanted to make the Bible more accessible to people – and what’s more pop culture-y than reality tv recaps? Enter The Bible Binge. Each series offers a seriously fun – and educating – look at the stories people already know, as well as ones that aren’t among the Greatest Hits. Their first season traced the lineage of Jesus, season two was all about sibling rivalries. The third focused on David and the recently-ended fourth season was all about Advent.
The Wise Men: In our finale celebration of Advent, we’re taking a look at The Wise Men. Who were these guys? Who sent them? When did they arrive? Did they bring presents? Were these gifts any good? Matthew 2:1-12
The Shepherds and the Angels: In celebration of Advent, we’re taking a look at each of the players in the nativity. How did Mary and Joseph end up in a stable? How did those shepherds know where to find them? Should the wise men even be in the set? In this short four episode season, we’ll dissect the reason for the season.
The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
WHAT IT’S ABOUT
Jamie is an author and speaker in addition to hosting this fantastic show. I only started listening to the show last January when Candace Cameron Bure was the guest. Their chat was SO super down-to-earth and I felt like we were literally just sitting around the kitchen table having coffee. After that I was hooked. Each week features a new guest – ranging from bloggers to writers to singers, everyone under the sun. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll be encouraged. I love this one and have discovered so many new people to follow on instagram! No lie, pretty much every single one of her guests I’ve started following after listening to their episode. Jamie also puts up links to everything mentioned in the show – from books her guests are currently reading/loving (something she asks in every episode) to social media links.
Rachel Joy: My guest for The Happy Hour # 227 is Rachel Joy. Rachel is a pastor’s wife, mom to four and the Founder & Executive Director of Sparrow Women. Sparrow Women exists to catalyze the next generation of reconcilers. Rachel is a believer in strong coffee, long dinners, and spontaneous dance parties.
Lysa TerKeurst: My guest for The Happy Hour #226 is Lysa TerKeurst. Lysa is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of over twenty books, international speaker, and the president of Proverbs 31 Ministries. Her passion is teaching the Bible in vulnerably realistic ways that help others personally engage with God by connecting His truth to their everyday lives. You can find her most days writing from her sticky farm table in Charlotte, NC and enjoying life with her husband Art and the families of her 5 grown children.</div