There’s a quote from Jason Robard’s character, Frank Buckman in the 80s movie Parenthood, that’s been on my mind a lot lately. He says, speaking of parenting, “There is no end zone. You never cross the goal line, spike the ball and do your touchdown dance. Never.” When my children were young I couldn’t appreciate the weight of that simple analogy. Years later, those words have crashed into my soul with the power of a tsunami, time and time again.
Now we jump ahead to a teenage Joseph and how his father has labeled him as his favorite! Not only that, but gave him a special, colorful coat that ensured everyone new Joseph was the favorite. This favouritism, coat, and some interesting dreams turned this family jealousy into betrayal!
Join Jonathan and Dustin as they start a journey through the life if Joesph. It starts like a popular reality show, but soon turns into a wonderful story full of redemption, grace and love.
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The headlines are scary. The reality is overwhelming. We are in the midst of a pandemic. Schools are closed, people are losing their jobs and hope seems dim. But there is hope. That hope is found in Jesus Christ.
Merry Christmas! On this Christmas episode, the guys talk about the difference between happiness and joy. They also take a look at their familes and think about how they experience the joy of the holidays.
Tis the season to be… struggling? What? Christmas is supposed to be about joy and happiness. Why do so many struggle, including us?
Tis the season to be… what? Jolly? Happy? Sad? Mad? Lonely? How about thankful? When the Israelite’s were in the desert and GOD provided them a way, and HE gave them all they needed, how did they respond? Were they thankful or desiring things of old? How do we respond when we face the same challenge? How do we keep the attitude of thankfulness during the holidays?
Join Dustin and Jonathan as they help you get ready for Thanksgiving and remind you not to leave it out of your holiday enjoyment. Plus Dustin shares a life changing event that he is continuing to learn to live with. Listen and Subscribe anywhere podcasts are found!
If you live in the United States you probably remember where you were on 9/11. It was a shocking and terrible day. A day of major loss and fear. A day that we will always remember and a day we will set aside to remember all those that lost their lives.
We need more role models that will run into a burning building to save a stranger than ones that will jump on a plane to Cabo instead of honoring their word.