Hank and Brad discuss secret ingredients to spice up your favorite dishes and then get into the encounter between Mary and Jesus.
Hank and Brad discuss permanent daylight saving time and then get into a character study on Martha and her relationship with Jesus.
Hank and Brad discuss the current inflation issues before getting into Nicodemus and his encounter with Jesus.
Hank and Brad have some random discussion before digging into Jesus holding the keys and what the Holy Spirit has to do with the afterlife.
Hank and Brad discuss the captivating series “The Chosen” and then dig into how eternity guides our current attitude and actions today.
Hank and Brad discuss some different food-related topics and then get into a tough topic – the reality of hell.
Hank and Brad cover a few bizarre news stories before discussing snapshots of heaven.
Hank and Brad discuss some practical questions regarding the afterlife before getting into what the ascent into paradise may look like.
Hank and Brad discuss forgetting people’s names when being introduced to them and then dig into the Gates of Hades and what Christ did to set the captives free.
Hank and Brad discuss some random animal stories before getting into Sheol, Hades, and a story that paints a very accurate picture of the afterlife.
Hank and Brad sit down with special guest Adam Stetzel to discuss youth culture, church culture, and how we can get back to the discipleship model that Jesus called us to.
Hank and Brad discuss the maple syrup shortage in Canada before getting into one of Jesus’ more difficult parables – the unprofitable servants.
Hank and Brad discuss an odd problem that astronauts encountered before digging into the Luke 15 parables: The Lost Sheep, The Lost Coin, & The Lost Son.
Hank and Brad talk about a bear eating KFC and why people don’t return shopping carts before unpacking the parable of the great supper.
Hank and Brad talk about the part-time jobs they worked in the past before getting into Jesus’ parable about taking the lowest place.
Hank and Brad discuss Hank’s latest missing tooth, leadership principles, and odd uses for WD-40 before getting into the parable of the barren fig tree.
Brad and Hank talk about a real wizard and how you can “rent a friend” before getting into the parable of the rich fool.
Brad and Hank talk about shortages, a spy story, and then get into prayer and the parable of the friend at midnight.
Hank and Brad talk about the Chick-fil-A class-action lawsuit before getting into the parable of the Good Samaritan.
Hank and Brad discuss a wide range of cleanliness topics before getting into the Parable of the Two Debtors.
Hank and Brad discuss a restaurant offering free meals for life for anyone who gets a certain tattoo before digging into the Parable of the Talents.
Hank and Brad discuss “gaslighting” and weddings before getting into the parable of the wise and foolish virgins in Matthew 25.
Hank and Brad discuss the Mandela Effect before getting into the parable of the two sons and the parable of the wicked tenants.
Hank and Brad discuss why they have not released a podcast in several weeks before getting into Matthew 20 and the parable of the laborers in the vineyard.
Hank and Brad begin by talking about their own gardens before moving into the parable of the sower.
Hank and Brad discuss technology and privacy and then get into to Jesus’ prayer for the disciples and for us.
Hank and Brad talk about space, black holes, and UFOs before talking about the guaranteed helper, The Holy Spirit, and how He will bring an advantage for believers.
Hank and Brad discuss standing strong in oppression and how the words of Jesus can bring us peace in our current suffering.
With Hank out on vacation, special guest Jon Pelz joins Brad to discuss the vine and branches passage of John 15 and how we can stay connected to Jesus.
Hank and Brad talk about the most nutritious foods in the world before eventually getting into Jesus’ statements regarding love and obedience.
Hank and Brad hear from Justin and Ginni Riffe and their story of finding Jesus before digging into John 14 and the faith offered by Jesus.
Hank and Brad have the Riffe’s back to tell another one of their stories and eventually get into Jesus’ interaction with Judas in John 13 and how he taught us to love our enemies.
Hank and Brad discuss a gas station incident and then get into John 13 where Jesus executes a foot washing while telling his disciples, “You don’t know what I’m doing right now, but later you will understand.”
Hank and Brad discuss UFOs before getting into Elisha and the horses & chariots of fire.
Hank and Brad discuss how to handle conflict and what strategies have worked for them in the past before digging into Joshua 10 and the miracle of the “sun standing still.”
Hank and Brad discuss whether or not it is beneficial to fold underwear and then dig into mystery man Mel (Melchizedek) and his encounter with Abraham.
Hank and Brad discuss exotic animals and talk about the weariness of ministry and how it relates to Moses and the Israelites battling the Amalekites.
Hank and Brad discuss how crows remember faces and then dig into the disobedience of King Saul in 1 Samuel 15.
Hank and Brad discuss various topics before digging into the Israelites’ battle with the Philistines when they lost the Ark of the Covenant and God defeated Dagon.
Hank and Brad discuss mice in Australia, DNA tests, and interview Ginni about her past struggles as an enabler. Eventually, they get into the amazing story of Gideon and how God met Him in his insecurities with breadcrumbs.
Hank and Brad discuss permanent DST, check-in with Justin for another story, and discuss the valley of Achor and the ripple-effect of sin which led to defeat.
Hank and Brad discuss some random topics, interview the leaders of Celebrate Recovery, Justin and Ginni Riffe, and unpack the 6 days of silence around Jericho.
Hank and Brad talk about 10,000 steps, another Riffe’s Life story, and then unpack the amazing battle in which God asks David to wait patiently for the angels rushing along the treetops.
Hank and Brad talk unpack some thoughts on beards and revisit another Riffe’s Life story before getting into the story of Jehoshaphat singing with his people as they march into battle.
Hank and Brad wrap up the book of Revelation and reiterate Jesus’ imminent return.
Hank and Brad bring in Justin for another “Riffe’s Life” story and then discuss The New Heaven, The New Earth, and The New Jerusalem.
Hank and Brad bring in Justin for a “Riffe’s Life” story and then discuss some of the major themes throughout Revelation.
Hank and Brad play “would you rather” and then discuss all the different views surrounding the thousand-year reign of Jesus.
Hank and Brad discuss their step study inventories and then dig into the return of the King – Jesus Christ.
Hank and Brad discuss how they are each processing the current events of our nation and move on to the judgment of Great Babylon.
Hank and Brad open with a story about booze in Egypt and a time when Hank slapped Miss America before finally getting to the bowls of Revelation 16.
Hank and Brad talk about privacy concerns in this generation and move into the amazing, heavenly scene of Revelation 15.
Hank and Brad open with a strange story about a vanity license plate and then dig into the rest of Revelation 14.
Hank and Brad open with a story about a sweaty vacuum cleaner and transition into the hope of Revelation 14.
Hank and Brad open with the crazy story of Hank’s new truck and transition into the two beasts and the mark of the beast.
Hank and Brad open by talking about Brad’s vacation and why we should be smiling more often which eventually transitions into the craziness of Revelation 10-12.
Hank and Brad open by talking about people who have had near-death experiences and then move into the horror of Revelation 9.
Hank and Brad transition into the first four trumpets of Revelation and discuss how Christians should respond.
Hank and Brad discuss the major themes that play out through the end of Revelation 6 and into Revelation 7, namely, that we as believers are sealed.
Hank and Brad each take a personality test and then get into the first four seals of Revelation 6.
Hank and Brad open by talking about Thomas Jefferson’s “cut and pasted” Bible and then dig into some themes from the rest of Revelation 5.
Hank and Brad talk about the unconventional nature of everything Warehouse and then jump into the question that was met with silence in Revelation 5.
Hank and Brad talk about the difficulty of their step study, weird Coronavirus mandates, and then jump into the awe-striking spectacle of Revelation 4.
Hank talks about life in Cyprus (where they refuse to put ice in their drinks) which leads us into the final church of the 7: the church at Laodicea.
Hank and Brad begin with some discussion about William Penn and move into Jesus’ letter to the church at Philadelphia.
Hank and Brad begin with a lot of random thoughts and eventually get into the “zombies” in the church at Sardis.
Hank and Brad begin with their trip to GNC to get some great deals and eventually get into the Jezebel spirit and the “deep things of Satan” in the church at Thyatira.
Hank and Brad talk about trips to Vegas, the connection to Pergamum, and why Jesus referred to this city as the place where Satan’s throne is.
Hank and Brad explore some interesting details about Smyrna and talk about what we can learn from this suffering church.
Hank and Brad debate whether Walgreens or CVS has a better shopping experience and then move on to discuss the praise and criticism that Jesus has for Ephesus.
Hank and Brad dig into the book of Revelation and discuss the symbolism of Chapter 1.
Hank and Brad discuss how praying for rain often leads to the messiness of mud and how God uses that mud to transform us into disciples of Jesus.
Hank opens with a story from his childhood when he tried to fool his family into believing he had eaten his dinner (a boiled hotdog) which leads to a discussion on true confession in prayer.
Hank and Brad discuss how to find your voice in prayer and the reality that God will often lead us into the desert in order to find deeper intimacy with Him.
Hank tells a story about his encounter with a werewolf during a full moon which leads to some honest discussion regarding the priority of prayer.
Hank & Brad introduce the new prayer series entitled “The Conversation” which leads to a discussion on prayer, being at Ground Zero, and our relationship with God.
Hank & Brad discuss the life of Joanna, a woman whose identity would never be the same after her encounter with Jesus.
Hank & Brad discuss the life of Queen Vashti, a woman who refused to come when summoned by the king, and how God used this one decision to save an entire nation of people.
Hank & Brad discuss the life of Caleb – a faith-filled believer who, at 85, told Joshua he was venturing to the Nephilim-controlled hill country to claim the land promised to him by God.
Hank & Brad explore the story of a woman who was brought back to life by Peter’s prayer and how the legacy of Dorcas/Tabitha can challenge us today.
Hank & Brad talk about how they each deal with disappointment and explore the life of Anna; the unknown who didn’t allow disappointment to derail her calling.
Hank, Brad, & Shawn Kelly discuss the legend of Simon Magus who appears in Acts 8. Was he the father of Gnosticism and what can we learn from his interaction with the apostles?
Hank, Brad, & Justin discuss the mystery surrounding one of Jesus’ lesser-known disciples – Simon the Zealot. Who was he and what was he zealous for?
Hank Workman and Brad Boyles talk about the first time they met and open up 1 Samuel 25 to explore our latest unknown – Abigail.
Hank Workman and Brad Boyles explore the life of Malchus (the man who had his ear cut off by Peter) and Hank tries to teach Brad a proper Easter greeting in Greek.
Hank Workman and Brad Boyles talk about how they are holding up during this COVID-19 pandemic and how Jesus calls us to join Him in His victory lap…
Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles discuss pizza-eating contests, getting “stuck” in Celebrate Recovery and whether or not it’s possible to have too much CR.
Hank Workman and Brad Boyles discuss the transformation that occurs as the Kingdom of God invades the Kingdom of man.
Hank Workman and Brad Boyles dig into various passages from Luke 10 and discuss the deployment of God’s Kingdom.
Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles talk about how the last two principles of CR shift from internal to external and Justin tells a story about Gary’s moped ride that got him out of trouble.
Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles talk about why forgiveness is important to our healing and what we can expect from it. Justin also recalls a story about fake money and the FBI where he ultimately needed to forgive a family member.
Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles discuss the difficulty of submitting to the changes God wants for your life. Justin recounts a time in his life when he was only allowed 1 cup of coffee and another time when he feared being stranded in Chicago.
Why do I need to share my struggle with others? Do I need accountability? In Episode 4, Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles unpack why it is important to confess your struggles to yourself, to God, and to others.
What’s Jesus asking of you and what are you going to do about it? In this episode, Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles discuss the critical difference between knowing and doing and how to deal with relapse.
In this episode, Justin Riffe recounts how he got saved and why this was so important to his sobreity. We also unpack the difference between Celebrate Recovery and other recovery programs.
Justin Riffe and Brad Boyles strip back some of the stereotypes of Celebrate Recovery. Justin recounts his own history with addiction and demonstrates how we all struggle with hurts, habits, and hang-ups.