"The Trench" explores how our relationships make us who we are and how we are to engage with others in light of the Orthodox Christian Faith.
What We Love Matters
In the final episode of The Trench, Christian explores how what we love orients our way of being in the world and how what we love is shaped by what we do. Join Christian as he says goodbye to the series by asking, "What do we truly love?"
You Can’t Share What You Don’t Have
Join Christian this week as he explores the reality that we cannot share a real love for Christ if we don't possess it ourselves.
The Mirror of Friendship
This week, Christian explores how our friends help us see ourselves clearly. Sometimes, this may mean we see some encouraging things, and other times we may see the yucky parts of ourselves. Both of these realities are what make friendship such an essential part of our walk with Christ.
How to Survive the Holidays
For many, the holidays can be a stressful time when it comes to reconnecting with family members. Join Christian this week as he explores some things to keep in mind as we interact with family over the holidays.
Practicing Death by Fasting
It's the beginning of another fasting season as we prepare for the Nativity of Christ. This week, Christian explores how our practice of fasting is also a practice at stepping outside of ourselves so that we can live for others.
Living for Others
This week, Christian explores how our lives are meant to be lived for others rather than used to serve ourselves.
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The Y2AM crew, specifically Christian Gonzalez, delivers a dynamic, fast-paced podcast that cuts straight to the blind spots that we “Christians” so often ignore. He gently read adjusts our focus so that our relationships can be healthy and meaningful, and so can the rest of our lives.
Really relevant stuff!
I have sincerely enjoyed and learned a great deal from every episode of The Trench. All of his topics and observations are so relatable! He strikes just the right balance between being humorous and irreverent and yet remaining grounded in the faith.
I’m so thankful to have found these podcasts because they really help me understand more about orthodoxy as well as the protestant faith I was raised in. I might be a little older and out of the intended age group but I have still learned a lot and I want to make all my friends listen to them haha.