After a Facebook live recording intro, the team sits down with long-time friend of the podcast Lucas King. Lucas has been known for other podcasting endeavors involving leaving faith but is now here to share his new podcast, "Curiously Morbid." Lucas works as a Funeral Celebrant, which is a qualified person who officiates funeral services and his podcast will focus on his experiences and grief support to those struggling. This conversation is full of jokes and laughter with a heartfelt and important undertone: make the most of the life you have before you.
Elizabeth and Omar chat with Devin Shelton of Emery about their latest EP, Palmetto, available to those who join "EmeryLand". Check out the stories behind the songs, and get a sneak peek/ or is it sneak listen, to the new music.
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After a Facebook Live recording involving politics and "unfollowing season" the Fadecasters continue their conversation full of hilarity and discussion. Chris doesn't shut up about politics, Elizabeth tries to make a point, Seth-anie shows up, we drop our two cents about COVID-19, Omar shares his true feelings about old people, Elizabeth gives a review of the latest book she's been reading, and our patreon friend Stephanie drops in for a quick hello. There is A LOT packed into this episode!
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The book Elizabeth is reading: Timshel. An Idiomatic Bible Translation by Bonnie Lewis available on Amazon Soon.
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You've heard us talk about it, and if you haven't found it on your own, here's a chance for you to check out Elizabeth's - Four In Tow Podcast.
She had an interview that we felt you would enjoy, this was part three of a four part mini series she did in January featuring homeschool influencers.
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News For Noobs!... And Omar is the "noob" on this episode, as Dr. Pete Montgomery educates us on what to expect, and how to be prepared from the pending doom of the Coronavirus. "Spoiler Alert" Its the same thing your mom told you to do your whole life to stay clean and prevent germs, but still good advice. Learn the"5 W's" to protect yourself and others against this or any other communicable disease.
Dr. Pete S. Montgomery is a family medicine doctor in Wentzville, Missouri and is affiliated with SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital-Lake St. Louis. He received his medical degree from University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr. Pete also has recently started a podcast called "Aging is Optional" that you can find on Podbean or Apple Podcast if you are interested in hearing more from him.
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Seth, Chris & Elizabeth talk with new author, Josh Roggie about his newly released book “Shame, An Unconventional Memoir”. Josh shares stories of his past, experiences that have lead to his battle with shame, and how he’s worked through the shame to find hope.
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On this special Valentine's Day episode of "Open Mic", Elizabeth and Omar catch up with Taylor and Samantha Wix from the band "Ransam" as we discuss their new album release and what its like getting married and immediately starting a band. They talk about deeper meanings behind the lyrics, and how 70's rock played a heavy influence on their debut album "What are you so afraid of?"
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Amanda, Seth, Chris, and Omar sit down with one of Seth’s pastors from his youth. Karl Forehand has undergone a transformation in his faith journey and unpacks it in his new book, “Apparent Faith.” In this book, Karl explores his own deconstruction and how his relationship to his children led him to asking the big questions. Karl also runs his own podcast called “Desert Sanctuary” and is part of a collection of Podcasters, including Seth, called “Too Many Podcasters” which present Facebook Live conversations monthly on faith related topics. The FTG crew has a lot of fun catching up with Karl and asking some of the hard questions.
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