29 episodes

Welcome to Nights! I kindly admit that I don't have anything figured out except for the fact that I love people and want to see them do well. Come along as we deconstruct our faith, talk about love and what its going to take to become exactly who we're meant to be. Pull up a chair, everyones invited.

Nights At The Round Table Pod Nights At The Round Table Pod

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9, 283 Ratings

Welcome to Nights! I kindly admit that I don't have anything figured out except for the fact that I love people and want to see them do well. Come along as we deconstruct our faith, talk about love and what its going to take to become exactly who we're meant to be. Pull up a chair, everyones invited.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
283 Ratings

283 Ratings

SIAfromLBC ,

Finally...

...realest podcast I’ve heard yet. I love the honest, real conversations. You guys are awesome! So glad I stumbled upon it.

JaxPinay ,

Positive vibes all the time

This podcast is so amazing. I love how they have real talk about life, love, religion, beliefs. I am Christian but I hate when religion is thrown in my face. This podcast does not do that. They talk about real issues, personal stories and how they overcome obstacles in each of their lives. They admit faults of what they’ve done in the past and how they deal with things. Manwell is so chill and I’m 100000000% with him on the moscato. That is my drink of choice. Anjelah is so funny and honest. I like how she admits how she thinks certain ways that may be “wrong” but it’s how she feels. BoBeese aka Elyse is also a pleasure to listen to. Brandon is also so amazing. I feel like at his young age, he’s so wise. This is a must-listen-to pod.

cheat113 ,

Love this table

New listener and I’m so loving this podcast! To play devils advocate my heart is going out to those Christians who come for you in the comments. I can hear their fear...

The reality is the Christian side of us is looking for examples on how to walk and behave as followers of Jesus. We only have so much access to a pastor, and his walk is put in an unattainable perfect box because his whole life is God, so we are still looking for the realistic acceptable, Jesus approved, gray, nonjudgmental- but still sanctified and holy example of how to be. When viewing your (any public Christian figure) public life we outsiders ask “does his life match how I’m trying to live my life based on what I’ve learned?” Yes or no is the quick easy way to answer. If no... mean comment mania ensues. The human side of us wants that knowledge of good and evil. We want to be able to decide yes or no.

What we should be asking is “does what I’ve learned leave room to include this picture of his life in the family of God” yes or no? If the answer is no then I have to stretch and grow my faith, cus Jesus has room for everybody sins and all. That’s a lot more difficult than just telling you to change. It’s so hard for us to accept that Jesus is ok with both of our lives and we’re both approved. I presume that although Jesus hates actual sin, not just the appearance of sin like a skull ring or a satanic bikini (sarcasm) we humans are terrified of being linked to the appearance of sin. We’re afraid of what It means for us. If you secretly are a Satan worshipper and I enjoy all the content you create... I might look up and find myself unknowingly a Satan worshipper myself. Jesus doesn’t risk anything by accepting you and your potential apparent sin. We do. If we get linked up to a wolf in sheep’s clothing, or a act like blind following blind it could be all bad for us... Ramble ramble, wish I was actually a part or the conversation, wish anyone else was actually having these conversations.

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