We’re joined by two experiences tabletop gamers, Will & Chris, to learn about gaming culture and explore where & how the church might learn and connect. Will (@oddrev1) blogs at www.oddrev.com & Chris (@ChrisABooth) produces art here.
If you have no idea about role-playing games, such as Dungeons & Dragons, here are a few introductory videos:
Watch Community, S02E14 “Advanced Dungeons & Dragons” on Stan
Watch The Big Bang Theory, S12E16, “The D&D Vortex” on Netflix (soon)
Watch HarmonQuest, S01E01, here (and yes, technically they’re playing Pathfinder, but we’re not focussed on details)
We finish 2019 with a bang! Bradon highlights some of the best Christmas presents youth pastors have received over the past 25 years, and our new voicemail system reveals some delightful Christmas messages from former guests.
We also bid farewell to our technical assistant Alan, who’s general inability to fill his role has become a burden to the WXPC team. We have an exclusive interview with Alan.
We’re thrilled to share our conversation with pastor & artist David Hayward, aka The Naked Pastor. We discuss David’s ministry, his favourite cartoons and how Christians might act with love to our world.
Our host has been in the studio during the season break, putting together 10-minute monologues. If you didn’t catch them in your podcast app or via our Facebook page, we’ve included them all here for your listening pleasure. Just click ‘Play’
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Our season finale features a banquet of content – an impassioned plea for the brilliance of Joan of Arcadia, a moment of raw beauty from a school assembly, a cheeky request for sponsorship, and the famed ‘River Camp Armageddon’ story.
Friday September 20 is the Global #ClimateStrike. We speak with two people who are working hard to ensure the strike has an impact: Luca, a yr12 student who is coordinating the Albury Strike event, and Aletia, who works with Uniting World.
Due to popular demand, we got the band back together for Cracking Coconuts, part 2. We chat about the challenges & opportunities for 2nd Gen within the church, and hear some raw honesty about the hopes & hurdles experienced.