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Crackers and Grape Juice began in the spring of 2016 with a conversation between Jason Micheli and Teer Hardy. In the years since, two shows have been added to the lineup, Strangely Warmed and (Her)Men*You*Tics, but the goal has remained the same: talking about faith without using stained-glass language.

Crackers and Grape Juice Crackers and Grape Juice

    • Christianity
    • 4.8, 159 Ratings

Crackers and Grape Juice began in the spring of 2016 with a conversation between Jason Micheli and Teer Hardy. In the years since, two shows have been added to the lineup, Strangely Warmed and (Her)Men*You*Tics, but the goal has remained the same: talking about faith without using stained-glass language.

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4.8 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

FloridaIsNiceThisTimeofYear ,

So many good leads for good reads

The CGJ team is responsible for several really good podcasts, and this is no exception. Their author interviews have led me to some really life-changing books, and the classic episodes with Fleming Rutledge have reshaped my whole faith-brain. Sometimes I wish they broke down concepts for laity even farther, and when they talk about figures like Capon and Barth, I want to read more, but I can't figure out what books to search out. I'm convinced that I need to read these authors, but I don't know how.

SoonerNorm ,

Great resource

I love listening to Crackers and Grape Juice, although as an Anglican I question the need for grape juice. :)

They have engaging people and authors on the podcast.

Retiring DR ,

Jeff and Steve

Have been enjoying CGJ for several months even though some of the podcasts have led to anxiety and hurt for the UMC that I've served for over 21 years. However the conversation with Jeff and Steve touched my heart and soul with God's love and grace. Even in the midst of our GC turmoil, God's blessings are flowing. Thank you for the witness, the doxology, and the prayer of Great Thanksgiving. I've worshiped God at 1:30 am on a Saturday morning. Blessings to all of you!

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