Many folks in our community bear wounds and baggage from churches, be it local bodies or broader denominations. What do we do with our church angst? How should we rightly frame our motivations or expectations for attending church as gay or SSA-identifying folks?
Join Tom, Ryan, and Aaron as he makes his YOBcast debut, as we share our journeys of finding, connecting, and serving in the local church — with all the hope and angst in between. We hope you enjoy the episode!
ANNOUNCEMENTS & LINKS
We finally have a store! Head over to our new store page and get the sleek new “You Are Not Alone” diner mug, along with YOB stickers, a YOB magnet, and Tom’s first book.
We also have a new playlist featuring songs embodying our community! Search “Heart of a Brother” by Your Other Brothers on Spotify, and give us a follow as we continue to add new songs to our playlist.
Check out Aaron’s debut appearance on the ConvoCast!
GET IN TOUCH
You can call us 24/7 at 706.389.8009. We’d be thrilled to hear from you and feature your voicemail on an upcoming episode! Prefer to get in touch privately? Shoot us an email: [email protected]
You can also write to us at:
Your Other Brothers
P.O. Box 843
Asheville, NC 28802
COMMENT ON THIS EPISODE
What’s your current level of hope or angst with the local church? Do you go to church, find connection in the church, and/or serve in the church? We’d love to hear some of your church journey.
I wish that the podcasts would stick to the topic. The majority of the podcasts that I’ve listened to have too much back and forth chit chat. It detracts from talking about important topics. There is too much chit chat already out there in the community. We need more targeted conversation for fellowship and support of our brothers. So far, I’m disappointed with the podcasts.