Episode 26 – Mentors Who Helped Shape Us

Life is hard. Trying to live out your faith can be even harder. There are times in this life when you want nothing more than for someone to come help! Teach you, guide you, laugh with you, be a shoulder to cry on, be willing to challenge you and hold you accountable when needed. Someone who is willing to walk with you and help you through this thing called life. Someone to be a mentor.

Join Dustin and Jonathan as they each share with you a person who has been and always will be a mentor in their life. Hear how their lives were changed and how important those relationships are to them today. Here the value of finding a mentor in your own life and her a special request to share your mentors with the guys. Be sure to Listen and Subscribe anywhere podcasts are found!

Episode 22 – Why College Students Leave Their Faith.

College. It can be one of the greatest times in a young person’s life but it can also be one of the most difficult. Approximately 70% of students who are active in their faith step away from their faith during their college years. Why does this happen? What are some of the traps and difficulties our students face? How can we support our students and help them stand strong upon the foundation of Jesus?

Episode 14 – Fun, Fear, Heroes: Salt Bowl 2018

Salt Bowl. Tradition. Benton. Bryant. High School Football. 38,000 people.

For a long time there has been a rivalry between two neighboring cities. Benton and Bryant; cities separated by just a few miles. The rivalry goes across all sports but the biggest game every year is the Salt Bowl. A game between the High School Football teams. The Salt Bowl is played at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, so enough seating is available. Weeks of preparation and excitement, a day of tailgating and family fun. Even those who are not normally fans of football turn out for this great event. Through the first half an exciting game was playing out, and a wonderful halftime show by both schools was enjoyed by all.

Then came the third quarter: A fight broke out, not between the two schools, but with someone in the stands. Then the shout… “Gun!”