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The Confessional Taco is a podcast exploring historic faith and practice that is rooted in the depths of Mexican-American culture. We love Christ and His imperfect bride, the church. We believe that biblical theology influences and determines how we view and respond to our culture.

The Confessional Taco Marco De Leon & Sergio De Leon

    • Christianity
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

The Confessional Taco is a podcast exploring historic faith and practice that is rooted in the depths of Mexican-American culture. We love Christ and His imperfect bride, the church. We believe that biblical theology influences and determines how we view and respond to our culture.

    The Family Table: Change and Reform in Our Community Pt.2

    The Family Table: Change and Reform in Our Community Pt.2

    The Family Table is where we’re able to come together for conversation as we listen to one another, challenge one another, and find comfort in both our convictions and differences. Before you listen, we APOLOGIZE for the sound—this is the first time we have been together in a while and with three mics! Today is part two of our conversation with our friend and guest, Izzy Nogueira on change and reform within our community.

    The Family Table: Change and Reform in Our Community

    The Family Table: Change and Reform in Our Community

    The Family Table is where we’re able to come together for conversation as we listen to one another, challenge one another, and find comfort in both our convictions and differences. Before you listen, we APOLOGIZE for the sound—this is the first time we have been together in a while and with three mics! In today’s episode, we have our first guest, Izzy Nogueira, who is a member at the church we all attend, a great to us and our family, and a political aficionado. Izzy joins us in the conversation regarding change and reform within our community.

    Ep. 21. The Family Table: A Catalyst for Conviction and Community

    Ep. 21. The Family Table: A Catalyst for Conviction and Community

    The Family Table is where we’re able to come together for conversation as we listen to one another, challenge one another, and find comfort in both our convictions and differences. In today’s episode, we open this series with the murder of George Floyd and how he along with many events afterward have become a catalyst for conviction and community. Hope you enjoy.

    Episode Twenty: Banter, Coffee, and A Cry for Justice

    Episode Twenty: Banter, Coffee, and A Cry for Justice

    And we’re back! It’s been a minute since we recorded and released an episode and today we’re simply getting our groove back. While things aren’t fully back to normal, today is an episode of banter, coffee, and a new series that we’re releasing next week on justice. Enjoy and subscribe!

    Episode Nineteen: Depression, Anxiety, and The Church

    Episode Nineteen: Depression, Anxiety, and The Church

    Depression and anxiety are real conditions that affect thousands of people. This morning, Serge and Marco tackle a couple of practical insights both from experience and academia and engage the questions and concerns on whether or not the church does a good job at engaging these conditions in regard to biblical care, counsel, discipleship, and understanding.

    Episode Eighteen: Community During Quarantine

    Episode Eighteen: Community During Quarantine

    We want to begin by apologizing for not having an episode available for y’all last week. But we’re back on schedule and looking ahead. Today, we’re discussing what community will potentially look like post-quarantine and a couple of things during the midst of quarantine about community, intentionality, and the heart.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Won't He Do it! ,

#sharktaco

This is a great podcast for anyone and everyone who loves Jesus, humor, Mexican culture, and the ability to gain wisdom and faith through each other’s experiences. Great job guys!

The Matt Watson ,

Living in the hyphen

It’s like a Tex-Mex version of the Doctrine and Devotion podcast but with 80% less banter. Still banter, because that’s how they be, but just less. I enjoy listening to Confessional Taco because it discusses the culture and church but in a relational way that is not just limited to Hispanics, or whites, or whomever. Anyone living in the hyphen can get something out of this.

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