Geoff and Jimmy are back for their last episode of 2016! Thanks to everybody who has made this an incredible project so far. Today on the pod - a conversation about the War on Christmas and what it reveals about the Church.
Geoff and Jimmy are back to talk about the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation. They break down William Tyndale's translation of the holy scriptures into English and catch up with everything that is broke (and working!) at Holy Comforter.
The general election of 2016 was, in many ways, unprecedented. Geoff and Jimmy reflect on what happened, is happening, and how Christians should respond.
Geoff and Jimmy are back to talk about money. You know you want to listen!
Geoff and Jimmy are back to talk about Genesis, capital campaigns, and the final king of Rwanda. Enjoy!
Geoff sits down with the Rev. Jack Alvey, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Selma, Alabama.
Big news! Two Priests in a Pod have reached new heights! Plus, Geoff and Jimmy catch up and talk about Rosie Schaap's book, "Drinking with Men: A Memoir."
Jimmy sits down with the Rev. Whitney Kirby to talk about her call to the priesthood and ministry at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Austin, Texas. Enjoy!
Geoff and Jimmy are back! It's along episode but a great one! Please review us on iTunes and send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Geoff sits down with the Rev. Mary Balfour Vanzant Dunlap.
Geoff and Jimmy reflect on the nature of human folly and why it seems so pervasive in the church, in government, and in humans generally. Plus, Jimmy made a deplorable basket. We want to hear from you! Send us your email email@example.com
Do screens help us communicate with each other, or do they get in the way? What does real community look like? And what would a coat hanger say to Jimmy? All on this week's pod!
The burkini ban and the reaction to Colin Kapernick provide fodder for conversation about civil religion. And please send Jimmy and Geoff an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Geoff sits down with writer Beck McDowell. Check out her site http://www.beckmcdowell.com.
We're back! After the Pokemon Go craze, Geoff and Jimmy talk about hospitality and evangelism in the church. Plus we received a ton of email!
Geoff and Jimmy talk about the ministry of reconciliation given to the Church by Christ. And we hope that you, our faithful listener, can be reconciled to us despite the terrible audio quality of this episode.
Geoff and Jimmy discuss how history influences our lives today and how even something so distant as the Civil War still matters.
Send us an email! We want to hear from you. email@example.com
Today we are joined by special guest Scott Madison. Scott is a member of St. James' Episcopal Church in Austin, and is on the team planning General Convention 2018. Listen in as he describes his vision not only for General Convention, but for lay ministry in the Episcopal Church.
Today we welcome the Rev. Phil DeVaul to join Geoff and Jimmy. Enjoy the conversation!
Geoff and Jimmy talk through the Gorilla Pit Mom episode and how it exposes our natural antipathy toward grace.
Geoff and Jimmy wonder if we are really supposed to be ourselves. Plus, we've added a new element to the 50 iTunes Review Challenge. Give it a listen!
While Geoff is out on paternity leave, Jimmy sits down with the Rev. Beth Magill. Beth is the Missioner at the Episcopal Student Center in Austin, Texas. They talk about college ministry, the church, and mops. Enjoy!
Geoff and Jimmy sit down to talk about parenting, fatherhood, and the saintliness of labor and delivery nurses. Enjoy!
Geoff and Jimmy reflect on the beauty and the difficulty of preaching at funerals. We've also found a new term for all of our followers, PIPS: Priests in Pod Supporter. If you're a PIP, send us an email and review us on iTunes. Sorry for the poor sound quality. We blame the rain.
Mustache update: we are still 42 reviews away from Jimmy growing a mustache.
We have a pod special this week! This week Geoff sits down for a conversation with Tripp Martin, the Senior Pastor of Auburn First Baptist Church in Auburn, Alabama.
Liturgical note: this interview was recorded before Pentecost.