Who is Jesus? What role does Jesus play in our stories and our struggles? Join Tom, Ryan, and first-timer Kevin for a long overdue discussion on the cornerstone of this entire community: Jesus. We talk about our individual beginnings with Jesus, our favorite Jesus stories, and how Jesus intersects our sexuality and masculinity.

We also make a startling revelation about the viral “Vintage Jesus” videos from many years past. We meet Kevin to start the show, and we continue our new intro segment: “The Brother Beat.” In which we dive into our favorite Christmas movies and play another round of the map game, shouting out our listeners from around the country and around the world.

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  • Tom…as I have read the Gospels, one of the things I have seen a number of times are these words,”And Jesus had compassion…” In a rough and tumble, hurley burley world that we live in…those words encourage me,,,As it says in the Psalms, I believe, “For He knows our frame” and “How precious are your thoughts toward me, O Lord.”

  • This podcast was excellent and I hope you do more of them on Jesus. Tom, you’re great on your own, the last 10 minutes alone are awesome, but in a group the podcast is whatever’s better than great. But more than that, listening to you guys talk about Jesus and focus on him is just so much better. It’s good telling our stories and sharing things we’ve learned on the journey, but it’s just better looking at Jesus than our selves, unless He’s seen in us. After listening to you guys, I’m realizing I’m kinda a hypocrite posting stuff.
    Your questions about who Jesus is and a favorite story: for the first what came to mind listening was all those “I am” statements He said in John, I am the bread and the light and the door and the shepherd… and who Jesus is, is an invitation to eat and see and enter and follow and live and walk and abide. Yeah, that’s more a what than a who. For the story, it’s only told this way in Matthew. It’s when Jesus is in the garden and the soldiers come to arrest him and they’re led by Judas who is betraying Jesus. And Jesus knowing everything at that moment calls him “Friend”. He had also washed Judas’ feet in the upper room. The story hits home cause Jesus loved Judas to the extreme despite everything and there’s times I have trouble believing that Jesus loves that much is more than doctrine. Anyway, that was my favorite story while listening.
    BTW, kudos to whoever is doing the credits and announcement at the very end, it was so polished. Whoever it is should be doing voiceovers and ads on radio and tv. If it’s Tom, there should’ve been a mic drop at the end.

    • That would be my younger brother on the intro/outro! He does have an amazing voice.
      And thanks for all your supportive words, bluz. Jesus’ “I am” statements are so pivotal. Callbacks to the Old Testament “I am” with a whole new twist and added layers. I can’t get enough of his words.

  • This podcast was excellent and I hope you do more of them on Jesus. Tom, you’re great on your own, the last 10 minutes alone are awesome, but in a group the podcast is whatever’s better than great. But more than that, listening to you guys talk about Jesus and focus on him is just so much better. It’s good telling our stories and sharing things we’ve learned on the journey, but it’s just better looking at Jesus than our selves, unless He’s seen in us. After listening to you guys, I’m realizing I’m kinda a hypocrite posting stuff.
    Your questions about who Jesus is and a favorite story: for the first what came to mind listening was all those I am statements He said in John, I am the bread and the light and the door and the shepherd… and who Jesus is, is an invitation to eat and see and enter and follow and live and walk and abide. Yeah, that’s more a what than a who. For the story, it’s only told this way in Matthew. It’s when Jesus is in the garden and the soldiers come to arrest him and they’re led by Judas who is betraying Jesus. And Jesus knowing everything at that moment calls him “Friend”. He had also washed his feet in the upper room. The story hits home cause Jesus loved Judas to the extreme despite everything and a lotta times I have trouble believing that Jesus loves us that much is more than doctrine. Anyway, that was my favorite story while listening.
    BTW, kudos to whoever is doing the credits and announcement at the very end, it was so polished. Whoever it is should be doing voiceovers and ads on radio and tv. If it’s Tom, there should’ve been a mic drop at the end.

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