243 episodes

Initiation and the young man’s soul. It’s a young men’s Christian podcast. And it’s a podcast on our cultural moment, post-modernity, the millennial world.

To become a great man, you have to become a good man, one day at a time. And to become a good man, you have to understand your moment. Beauty, adventure, politics, theology, psychology, and the soul, we have conversations with experts in their own terms and dive deep into topics that, if you understand them, will help you change your life. A weekly podcast.

And Sons And Sons

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 311 Ratings

Initiation and the young man’s soul. It’s a young men’s Christian podcast. And it’s a podcast on our cultural moment, post-modernity, the millennial world.

To become a great man, you have to become a good man, one day at a time. And to become a good man, you have to understand your moment. Beauty, adventure, politics, theology, psychology, and the soul, we have conversations with experts in their own terms and dive deep into topics that, if you understand them, will help you change your life. A weekly podcast.

    242 | Finale

    242 | Finale

    This is it. The final AndSons podcast. In this profoundly heartfelt conversation, Sam and Blaine look back at how this podcast came to be, what this journey has meant to each of them, and how their understanding of success has shifted over the years. This episode, originally a livestream, includes past AndSons podcast guests speaking a blessing over your life. Come, raise a glass, and celebrate the hard but timely end to this amazing chapter.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    241 | The Journey

    241 | The Journey

    How do you know when it's time to end a good thing? As the AndSons podcast nears its final episode, Sam and Blaine reveal how they knew this was the right moment to bring the series to a close. They also share how beautiful and hard it's been knowing this decision may disappoint others, facing the risk of what's next, grappling with the difference between leaving and arriving, and processing their own grief as this chapter comes to a close.
    Show Note: The poem excerpted at the end of this podcast is "The Journey" by David Whyte.

    • 56 min
    BONUS: The Mount Vigil Podcast

    BONUS: The Mount Vigil Podcast

    Blaine Eldredge introduces an episode of his new venture, The Mount Vigil Podcast. www.mountvigil.org

    • 1 hr 58 min
    240 | What's Next

    240 | What's Next

    The AndSons podcast is drawing to a close but AndSons is NOT ending. In this conversation, Sam and Blaine share what's next for each of them. Sam reveals plans for the future print volumes of the magazine as well as a 2022 live AndSons event that will become a long-term video resource for young men. And Blaine introduces his new focus, named Mount Vigil. Completely distinct from AndSons, Mount Vigil is a platform to help men and women interpret the movements of the story of God and discover how to enter into a deep and alert experience of Jesus in this significant time. For more on Mount Vigil—including podcasts, articles, and videos—visit www.mountvigil.org

    • 26 min
    239 | Sage Advice for Your Twenties

    239 | Sage Advice for Your Twenties

    The Wild at Heart men's team recently gathered for a new mission—to share insights gleaned from the ups and downs of their twenties. To start the conversation, Sam and Blaine invited the guys over forty (John, Bart, Allen, Morgan, Alex, JD, Justin, and Barry) into the podcast studio one at a time and asked them this question: "Looking back, what do you now wish you could tell the you of your twenties"? The advice is timely and timeless. Because every man feels both overwhelmed and underqualified during this demanding season. So imagine being around a fire-pit with these men as you take in these personal, powerful stories of those who have traveled the miles, earned the scars, and, along the way, discovered what matters most.

    • 57 min
    238 | God's Will?

    238 | God's Will?

    In this listener-requested topic, Sam and Blaine enter the deep waters of how to know the will of God. Most arrive at this question through the problem of pain, the desire to make choices that please God, or seeking his seal of approval on an outcome we want. But what if something more is at play that requires us to ask additional questions? Like how do free will and the issue of evil factor into the equation? Does God have a single vision for our lives (so we better not blow it)—or is he inviting us to co-determine the future with him? Finally...if the Creator really does care enough to engage with us in both the daily and the major decisions, how do we enter into that with him?

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
311 Ratings

311 Ratings

Patrick McCrary ,

Great job

I love the way you think and process. I really enjoy the balance of profound thought and discussion in parallel with a light hearted presence to the moment. I just discovered this podcast! Good fortune to future projects gentlemen.
Thank you!

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Woman Listen In

I’m a wife in my late 40’s and I love listening to this podcast. The laid back environment, funny, serious, open, and genuine. I can’t wait to listen to the next one.

madeleine77 ,

One of my favorites! 🙌

I’m subscribed to about a million podcasts, but this is one that I consistently come back to. It’s geared toward men, but as a woman I still get so much out of it! These guys are wise and intelligent, but don’t take themselves too seriously, which I appreciate. Keep it up guys!

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