Justin and Martin are preachers with beards who talk to each other! Every episode includes delightful discussion from a Christian perspective. They hit on everything from pop culture to historical theology. Give them a listen and be sure to subscribe.
Carbs, Cauliflower Mac and Cheese, and Getting to Sleep
Does the way a son mows the grass reflect on the father? Absolutely, so you had better do a good job. The same is true of a wife's ability to make a delicious comfort dish. All this and more are discussed in depth by Martin and Justin in episode 149.
Danger Zone, Animal Flavor, and Freedom
Justin and Martin survive hurricane Dorian by buying extra snacks, going on vacation, and relying on their neighbors.
147-Parent Fail, Low Impact Sheep, and Kissing Marriage Good Bye
Justin fails at parent and it might cost him his shoes. Martin gambles on a low impact sheep. And Joshua Harris kissed marriage and Jesus good bye. All this and more.
146-Vacations, Getting Old, and Poison Oak
The Boys are back from their summer time off and ready to misbehave. The Goats of Podcasting are back with more dad jokes and more shenanigans than ever before.
Justin and Martin ask if its racist to have kids pretend to be slaves during VBS. They also spend a little time talking about that time a stranger tried to sell Justin CBD oil in a Starbucks. Martin gets a little insensitive and wants to escape the pain and suffering of everyday life. All this and more from the Two Bearded Preachers!
144-Schools Out, Avoidance, and Hiring a Hitman
Why would a minister try to hire someone to kill another person? Good question! Justin and Martin's discussion is centered around the latest celebrity pastor caught up in controversy.
An amazing experiment in audio recording
Mmmmmm... So good. Like putting on socks right out of the dryer, the Two Bearded Preachers will bring comfort and warmth as they let you in on more than ten years of friendship.
Best podcast I subscribe to
It's also the only podcast I subscribe to, but that shouldn't make a difference. The fact is that I listen to it semi regularly and have even laughed at it. Why not try it?