This week we talk about simplicity, Ryan Adams and all sorts of other things.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This week we discuss television, playoff football and a birthdays. Please enjoy and sorry about the technical difficulties.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Join us this week as we add Bianca to the 5 Best crew. We talks books, movies and music this week.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This episode includes conversations about snow falls, Metallica, sports rivalries and having kids.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This week we talk about the election, SNL, the new Kings of Leon and Christ the King Sunday.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This week we discuss MXPX, politics, marriage and much more.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Listen in to this week’s episode as we discuss Blink 182, Westworld and Wendell Berry poems.Continue Reading... No Comments.
In this episode we discuss suffering, new TV shows and Jason’s man crush on The Boss.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Join us as we discuss the Olympics, vacations, podcasts and new ideas about leadership.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This week Greg and Jason discuss the Western Conference Finals, Jimmy Kimmel and gratitude.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This week we discuss a wide range of things including Beastie Boys verses REM, hail storms and good friends.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Welcome to our 10th episode! Finally double digits. Enjoy our conversation about basketball, cover songs and learn how many states Jason thinks there are.Continue Reading... No Comments.
We talk about Baltimore, Backstrom, records, and sentimentality.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Welcome to Greg and Jason’s 5 Best. Its a simple podcast where Greg and Jason talk about five things they liked or found interesting in the last two weeks. In this podcast you’ll hear two friends and ministers discuss life, culture, music, movies and anything else they love.Continue Reading... No Comments.
In Orthodoxy, GK Chesterton takes for granted what humans strive for. His depiction is as brilliant as it is jarring. “The thing I propose to take as common ground between myself and any average reader, is this desirability of an active and imaginative life, picturesque and full of poetical curiosity, a life such as western […]Continue Reading... No Comments.