Friends and pastors Jared Torrence & Andy Farmer bring you That Don’t Fit Podcast. They are dedicated to talking about life and life’s real issues that cross racial and generational lines. They are here to help people talk through and process through life in a crazy world.
Episode 35: Talking About Race (Feat. Isaac Adams)
Today we welcome a new friend to the podcast, Isaac Adams! He is the author of a book coming out in January called Talking About Race: Gospel Hope for Hard Conversations which we encourage you to pre-order now. Isaac is also the founder of United? We Pray which is a ministry devoted to praying amidst racial strife.
Listen as Isaac and your hosts talk about his ministry and book in depth and why we should be more active in prayer as we approach this topic.
Episode 34: Top 5 Movie Franchises
In this laid back episode, Andy and JT discuss and debate each of their top five movie franchises. Enjoy!
Episode 33: The Virtue of Humility
Andy Farmer preaches on the topic of humility followed by a panel discussion including Jared Torrence and Leo Parris.
Episode 32: Don't "Cancel" The Church
In this episode, JT and Andy talk about how generations view the church and discuss the positives and negatives of critiquing the church.
Episode 31: The History of Slavery (Bonus)
Andy and JT recorded this short episode to finish up our short series on the history of slavery that we released over Juneteenth as an educational resource. We hope this provides further clarification and insight over why this topic should be better understood in our community and our purpose/intent in making these episodes.
Episode 30: Work and Rest
In this episode, JT and Andy dig into why it's important for us to rest. We are halfway through summer and relaxation is at the forefront of our minds. But it's helpful to really think through why we should rest and what that ought to look like. Enjoy this fun and encouraging conversation about why we need to take rest seriously.
On every single topic, it is the heart of Christ that comes through, and that is something brilliant. The conversations are intelligent, and the hosts have such a balance of levity and reverence for the topics at hand that is consistently engaging. I am convinced that this will help build the Church in a positive way.
Such a powerful conversation!
Andy and JT don't pull any punches in these conversations. They have humble talks about pervasively personal things while keeping the gospel at the forefront. Each episode feels like another layer being torn away leaving behind a deeper understanding of what ethnic harmony is truly about. Must listen!
How amazingly refreshing to hear Biblically solid refreshing dialogue between two very different perspectives and voices. Grateful for this and being able to learn from productive conversation and insightful messaging. Give us more!!