Podcast: #23 of The Sean & Jon Show

This week Jon’s Supercoach gets to his head, the lads chat toast vs bread, and the mystery of not knowing where you are being led. 

Topics discussed:

  • Flat from Stage 4
  • Sean learning to be an adult
  • Leftovers
  • Supercoach glory
  • Sean’s toast and bread rant
  • What would you miss if it broke?
  • Sean’s new phone
  • Predicting the Lord’s return
  • Mystery and the future

// Apologies for the audio disparity between us this week, we’ll make sure we get it right nor next week. We hope you can enjoy the conversation anyway, even if it means adjusting the volume up or down every few seconds…! //

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Podcast: #22 of The Sean & Jon Show

Today the gents are yelling for your sanity, swimming with the family, and the ups and downs of spiritual vitality.

Topics discussed:

  • Stand at your porch and scream
  • Walking and swimming?
  • Cooking fail
  • COVID test
  • Lectures and washing
  • Zoom birthday party & bloopers
  • Spiritual vitality

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Podcast: #16 of The Sean & Jon Show

This week we chat grumpy lifestyle, murder trials, and Jon having been married for a while.

Topics discussed:
– Grumpy Jon
– Groaning Sean
– High ropes course
– Liturgy of the Ordinary book
– Family dinner
– Wedding anniversary
– Christ and His Church
– The four walls of the building

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What Happens When All The Chocolate Has Been Eaten?

I’m currently trying to work out what I will preach on next Sunday.

It’s Easter Sunday and logic would suggest that the resurrection would be appropriate.

But, isn’t it the case that as we move through the Easter weekend we are more concerned with remembrance than on what’s next?

It goes without saying that we are to remember. It is a great time to reflect on the death and resurrection of our Lord. It is important to see and feel the gospel afresh again.

But are we missing something if all we do is stop there? 

Easter is a great time for remembering our Lord but it is also a great time to re-adjust our priorities. We can come closer to him, be convicted toward transformation, and seek to bring glory to God. The gospel changes and renews, and what better time of the year for this to make a tangible impact in our lives than at Easter.

So, what do we do once all the chocolates have been eaten?

Do we continue on our merry way like nothing much has occurred, only slightly slower from the extra calories?

Or, do we get a renewed sense of God and his purposes, a renewed sense of the gospel?