In this episode Justin, Nolan, and Fr. Sean discuss a myriad of topics. They discuss Spiderman Homecoming, The DC Talk Cruise, and discernment. How do we know what God wants in our life. It isn't always easy to navigate. Check out what the guys have to say. Please rate us in iTunes because it increases our ability to be discovered by unsuspecting podcast listeners who we can trick into thinking this podcast is good. Also, please support our friend Ike who is making a new record. http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/ike-ndolo
This week Justin, Nolan, and Fr. Sean are back. They discuss Life Teen's CYMC, DC Talks reuinion cruise, and relational ministry. If that isn't enough, then find another podcast to listen to. We're just kidding. We desperately don't want to lose our dozens of listeners.
Fr. Sean and Nolan are without Jusin this week. They discuss the differences between the role of the youth minister and the priest and how important that relationship is. Please rate and review us. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and email us any questions or suggestions you may have.
This week Justin, Nolan, and Fr. Sean discuss the restaurant Friendly's, memes, and Pentecost. Please review on iTunes.
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This week Nolan, Justin, and Fr. Sean welcome a very special guest. Unfortunately it doesn't rhyme with Shmark Shmallberg, but it is Ike Ndolo. Not only is he an international worship leader, he is also Justin's roomate. We talk about how we first met Ike, weird travel stories (although some are heavily edited), and the difference between performing and leading worship. If you want to know more about Ike, please check out his website http://www.ikendolo.com
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This week Fr. Sean and Nolan discuss what navigating the difficult world of being a chaperone. How do you walk the line of not being like a teacher on a field trip, but also being a responsible adult that doesn't lose minors? If you're looking for answers to questions similar to this, maybe listen to a real podcast.