Jimmy and Geoff start off with a bit of conversation about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Then, Geoff shares his reflections on "Silence" by Shusaku Endo. Finally, they read an email from one of the PIPS (Priests in Pod Supporters) and share their "Hail Thee, Festival Day" moments.
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Geoff and Jimmy share their favorite music, podcasts, television shows, and books from 2020.
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Geoff and Jimmy come together to talk about the eight lessons for leadership they took from the hit TV show, "Ted Lasso."
Today Geoff and Jimmy open with an update on the status of Jimmy's burned finger and Geoff's "me time" in Chattanooga. Then they talk about their favorite speeches from holy scriptures and end with everybody's favorite segment, Hail Thee Festival Day.
Geoff picked Peter's sermon on Pentecost (Acts 2), Paul before the Areopagus (Acts 17), and Paul before the Sanhedrin (Acts 22).
Jimmy picked Moses' farewell speeches (Deuteronomy 31), the last words of Mattathias (1 Maccabees 2), and Peter before the Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15).
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Geoff and Jimmy reflect on the Crusades and its impact on the second millennium of Christianity. Join us for this serious conversations and some laughs along the way.
Geoff and Jimmy share some thoughts on the books they have been reading over the summer. Plus, lots of listener email!
The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga
A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole
Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance
This podcast was recorded at the end of July, but thanks to our suboptimal abilities it is being published at the beginning of August!
In the newest Two Priests in a Pod Geoff and Jimmy reflect on the nature of prayer. Plus, we send greetings to our Italian fans!
Geoff and Jimmy share some of their reflections about ministry and family life during this pandemic. Send us some of your thoughts, too! firstname.lastname@example.org
Geoff and Jimmy are back with their usual nonsense. This time, they reflect on Holy Communion in a time of quarantine.
Join Geoff & Jimmy for a bookish conversation on all that they are reading.
Geoff is reading John Calvin's "Institutes of the Christian Religion"
Jimmy is reading Tod Bolsinger's "Canoeing the Mountains"
Geoff and Jimmy are back to talk through some hilarity! Listen in for an opportunity to meet with them for the first ever TPIAP social hour!
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Join Geoff & Jimmy at a safe social distance as they talk about everything from St. Patrick's Day, COVID-19, & Morning Prayer.
Listen to Geoff and Jimmy consider Athanasius, one of the great doctors and heroes of the ancient church.
Jimmy sits down with Linda Barry to reflect on being a Senior Warden! Enjoy!
Geoff and Jimmy are here again to talk about the ministry of Senior Wardens. Enjoy!
The pod no one asked for and the world doesn't need is back. Enjoy!
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Geoff and Jimmy reflect on Jimmy's summer travels to Northern Ireland and the Open Championship. Plus, they wax poetic on the mustachioed!
John Daly! Karl Barth! Star(?) Jasmine! Two Priests in a Pod are back with #content and email from around the world!
Music by The Black Keys, "Everlasting Light" on the album, "Brothers."
After a self-imposed technological exile, Geoff and Jimmy are back!
Thanks to Jake Xerxes Fussell for the introduction music - "Jump for Joy" from his album, "What in the Natural World."
Two Priests in a Pod is still here. We're like that stack of old 1928 Prayer Books collecting dust in the corner of your parish library, though you haven't heard from us we're still here.
So fear not! Two Priests in a Pod will return!
Geoff and Jimmy sit down to talk about everybody's favorite subject in the church - money!