iMonk Radio Podcast #129

Michael talks about spring break and how beautiful the weather is which coincides nicely with what we’re seeing right now (minus the thunderstorms and tornado warnings).

Today’s topics: What did the early Christians not have that we feel we have to have to be Christian?

Finding lost things.

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iMonk Radio Podcast #127

Michael Spencer never wrote a book about parenting, dealing with issues related to raising children and teens in a Christian environment. If he had, he would have written that forming Christian identity is a better course in the long run than programming Christian behavior. This podcast episode explores some of those issues.

iMonk Radio #123

At some point after the intro Michael is going to call this podcast number 124 but you’re in the right place. We’ll have 124 next week.

Is the church sanctuary a sacred space? What does that mean to you and how has that concept changed over time?

iMonk Radio Podcast #120

I couldn’t find the kids behaving in church post that Michael mentions and he did not link it from his original podcast post. But the Reverend Billy and Andrew Peterson sites are still up. Included is a rank about how Christians do a good job promoting Christianity, or a version of such, but poorly conform to Christ’s image.

Sidebar: Michael often apologizes for construction sounds outside or noises his animals make but I never hear any of those. This podcast has some sort of running water in the background the whole time but he doesn’t seem to notice.

Satur-deja Vu

A notable distinction he never wanted: Jim Gilligan was the winner of the last episode of Jeopardy hosted by Alex Trebek and the returning champ on the first show hosted by Ken Jennings. Katie Couric, Mayim Bialik and Bill Whitaker are slated to appear as guest hosts and more will be announced later. A permanent replacement for Trebek has not been announced. Each guest host serves a two week stint and the cumulative total of winner takes during that two week period is donated to a charity of the guest host’s choosing.

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