This Guy Named Jesus (Podcast)

Updated: Apr 18

The more I imagine what Christ went through, the more I feel for him and what he did for me. So for the rest of my short, vapor of a life; there will be no shame. I will have no problem putting that cross out front, so everybody can see it. I will have no problem saying the words “Jesus Christ” as I used to when I was an Atheist or an Agnostic.


It's Holy Week, one of the most emotional, impactful times in my own experience. I can't think of a better way to celebrate than to bring the life of the Savior into context and, hopefully, appreciation.


**** Parental Warning ***** There is no explicit language in this podcast; however, I strongly caution against playing this for young children as it does talk about details of Jesus' death and compares them to a child's death.


Side note: the mobile version of this was glitching out on me (weird blinking). If this happens to you, you can also listen here (on my main podcast list) and here (hosted on RedCircle)




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True Fellowship - Overcome the World (article) - Jesus set the example through a life of hardship, now all we have to do is follow.


The Bible - What is it and how do I Read? (article) - Related to the podcast in this post, start with the Gospels and read in depth about the life of Christ. You might just be as fascinated as I am.


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I'm the largest human you see to the left. In spite of my faults, my biggest life goal is to follow Christ, and to pass on how it can be done. The constant work it takes to run this presence, "Getting to God", it's my thank you for the Grace and resources given to me by my hero, my spiritual father.    Read More

 

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