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Bearded Theologians


One of my hobbies and ministry outlets is a podcast (an online radio show) that I co-host with my best friend Rev. Matt Franks who is also a United Methodist Pastor in Oklahoma. Each week we record conversations about various topics and invite our listeners to join in the conversation through our website www.beardedtheologians.com, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. We often have a variety of guest on join in on the conversation and sharing their hearts for God and people. You can download the podcast on Itunes, Google Play, and Youtube by searching "Bearded Theologians".

On our website, we also host a blog space where we have a variety of writers who bring their voice to that table through their writings. This space for anyone who would like to write once or regularly for us. (This is your invitation to contribute to the conversation).

Recently, I wrote a response to the events that took place in Chrorlletesville for Bearded Theologians titled "Silence is not an Option". I know many from the church found it through my Facebook page but I know many don't have access. You can find that blog by clicking here. I invite you to read it if you're interested and to respond if you feel compelled. I love interacting with people even when the conversations are hard. I believe that is the only way we can grow together in community and as a church.

In closing, I invite you to check back here weekly and I hope to have a blog post up each Monday afternoon in response to Sunday's Sermon. I look forward to hearing from you and how God is working in your life.

Love, Pray, Give, & Rejoice!

Pastor Zach

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