Episode 25: The Character Episode

In this episode, Jaquelle and Sean talk about the first article in Tim Challies’ blog series for young Christians — on Christian character. They also talk about their difficult week, recording in the basement, and Jaquelle’s cashews.

Recommended Resources

+“Advance: One Key Pursuit for Young Christians” by Tim Challies
+Only the Good Stuff podcast
+Radical by David Platt
+TheRebelution.com

*NOTE: Due to some scheduling changes, we mistakenly misnumbered the episode in the podcast.

7 comments Add yours
  1. Another great episode, and may I say (without being too weird) that I love the way y’all say cashews?! Thanks for making me smile… 🙂

  2. One thing that I’ve started doing to get more out of the sermon is to take notes. I was really apprehensive because I was like, “I can’t take good notes! I can’t write the points down fast enough!!” But I tried it, and now it’s what I do. I really enjoy it. Sometimes there isn’t really any discernible points, so I just wrote down what I think of as I listen to what the teacher has seen from his own study. And note taking helps me remember what was said. So that’s great! 😄

    P.S. I’m sure you guys saw you were featured on Challies’ “A La Carte”? Pretty cool! 😃

    1. I know a lot of people do find it helpful to take sermon notes to stay focused. Good on you! (And yes, we did see we made it on A La Carte!!! #bucketlist)

  3. Do you accept cashews?! 😀 I love your podcast…haven’t finished this episode yet, but you almost had me in stitches!!

  4. I love David Platt’s sermons! I’ve learned so much from that guy on a variety of topics. Hey, what do you guys (Jaquelle and Sean) think about doing an episode on some of your favorite preachers, teachers, and theologians and what to look for in those people? I know that you guys randomly mention people here and there. But I think a full episode about some of the people you listen to would be great!

    1. We love David Platt too! I love the idea of doing an episode on some of our favorite preachers, teachers, and theologians. We’re definitely going to do that! Great suggestion, Grace!!

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