These are stories from the life and dreams of Reuben and Leighton. For information check out http://frenchpresspodcast.com This is a weekly podcast. Leave feedback on Facebook, @frenchpresspod, Google+, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Train Your Mind & September Coffee
Leighton discusses his second Lego project and Theodore brings coffee from September Farms. Reuben discusses the video he teased last week about why you should stop social media and the awesome date night he had at The Waypoint VRcade in Mishawaka.
Memory Is a Muscle — FPP352
Mitch, the Leader of the Militant Wing of the Fans of the French Press Podcast, wrote some feedback. We read every word carefully. Next week we’ll recap our presentation at work about DISC and Leighton will share his reaction to putting together Legos for the first time.
The Bible in One Year — FPP351
Everyone is back. Jeff talks about a chronological Bible reaching plan.
No Pot So Crooked
Theodore joined the podcast again to explain “There’s not a pot too crooked that a lid won’t fit.”. Reuben challenges the others about their perspective on 2020 and shares how 2020 has been his favorite year for a number of reasons.
Theodore's Lego Lair
Theodore joined the podcast discuss “Where does it mean?” Where does the word “Sandwich” come from? After the sandwich discuss Theodore talked bout how to get started with Legos and Leighton admitted he never put together a Lego set. Maybe you should send him a set for Christmas.
I'm Sorry but You Got the Short Straw
What would go through your mind if your supervisor said, “I’m sorry but you’ve been given the short straw…”? Leighton, Jeff, and Reuben share what went through their mind and then Reuben told the story about what the “short straw” meant.
Customer ReviewsSee All
The shorter episodes feel crammed and a bit rushed. 45-60 minute episodes are perfect.
I think that Jeff’s phrase “as an online shopper, I shop professionally” should be on a french press shirt.
Don’t be thrown by the name. Although they do taste and review coffee, their main jam is having a conversational, storytelling podcast about daily life. I feel like listeners should throw a little more love your way, hence the review. A good listen to anyone, if you stick around long-term.