Drew and Griss start off with a discussion of holidays and how to take time off as a full time minister and then Griss goes into an extensive overly-long story about his Mug for the Mug of the Week section. Drew takes umbrage at the length of Griss' Mug of the week story and finally turns the subject to the new school he is taking classes from (11:13). Bob drops by and suggests a series in which his questions would be the center, they talk about the idea of drinking alcohol in the morning (19:00) and they FINALLY get to the book (33:45) and have some good points that you really have to pay attention for
Its a grab bag of holiday talk! We're all busy, so we didn't write a full synopsis. Just know we talk about Holiday gifts, the reverse ratio of size of tv to size of house (11:00) and introduce a new segment--Friday is the new Monday.
They get to the book at the (27:30) point of the pod and have a great convo on the power of God.
The podcast returns after a slight hiatus and Drew and Griss ruminate about the holidays and Maria drops by to "explain" her budgeting theory called "It's CHRISTMAS!" (1:30). Drew debunks popular Christmas songs (2:00) and they go on to lesser things.
Griss talks about working at a cigarette shop or a vape shop and Drew chimes in with hidden office facts (5:00)
They talk about a number of things including bullying today vs bullying in the 90's and they FINALLY get to the book (34:50) and talk about the Wisdom of God.
The pod returns with an apology for how bad last weeks pod was (0:30) and a discussion on giving up on podcasts and thinking for yourself.
They do the weather update (3:45), the mug of the week (5:15), the importance of high learning and reading (6:45). Grissom then explains why he is the Mike Tyson of college (8:00) and Drew talks about his experience as an RA. They touch on lessons learned from Bill Simmons and how to be a real revolutionary (9:30).
They dive into Chapter 10 of Knowledge of the Holy (20:00) and discuss the truth that God knows all things.
The pod comes at you on a week delay again with a dive into Drew and Griss' political views! Drew offers his musings and paints his canvas of what is going on in the world and Griss of course pushes back against everything and everyone(0:00-14:55)
They pick up the regularly scheduled pod (15:00) and cover whats good, why Drew's middle school group is called the middle, the mug of the week. They talk about the first time they ever listened to a podcast (21:00), they salute the veterans (22:00) Rich and Bob, and finally get to The Immutability of God (30:00) and have a lengthy discussion!
Recorded this podcast last week! The guys talk weight loss (0:30), the slack app, the backlash to the new Macbook and then they are visited by a surprise guest 2 year old! They talk World Series, what day to vote on and whether or not Drew is registered for the Selective Service.
They get to the infinitude or the absolute unmeasurableness (not a word) of God at the mid pod (17:49) and have a good discussion.
Drew and Griss return with a pod about the eternity of God and why that matters. They cover impromptu speaking (2:46), speaking in other countries with translators, the Weather update (6:25). Drew muses on the difference between selling yourself and selling someone else (7:30). They talk world series--(recorded after game 2) (13:40).
They talk about Chicago, the Cleveland against the world phenomenon, the NBA, Griss' favorite three Bengals and then finally get to the book and have a lively debate of importance of the truth that God is outside of time (24:50)
Hopes run high as the fall rambles on and Drew and Griss discuss the greatness of life in Medina (3:10), the highs and lows of fall weather (4:30) and then Bob joins and wreaks havoc (5:37) by having Drew and Griss debate the highs and lows of the social gospel.
They pick back up with the Mug of the Week (22:15) and talk about their Marriage theme verses and Drew's birthday gifts and goals. Drew shares some Randy Nickel insights (28:25) of ministry transitions. Griss does a (32:50) WHAT'S GOOD monologue about sports.
They finally get to the chapter--The Self-Sufficiency of God (35:43) and have a lively discussion.
Drew and Griss return with a blazing take on politics and the importance of Facebook posts (2:05) complete with stats and figures (5:30)
They do the Weather report, Mugs of the Week and What's Good (11:00) and talk about absurd Halloween decorations and costumes (14:00) They tackle the self-existence of God (18:00) which is the main topic of Chapter 3 of Knowledge of the Holy by Tozer
The guys discuss the topics of the day as well as craiglist ads (4:30), baseball (5:20), pumpkin patches (11:30), and the emotional effects of ministry (14:15).
They finally get to Chapter 4: The Holy Trinity (15:30). They discover that Tozer is a true contemplative. Drew loves it and Griss has big problems with the floweriness of Tozer's speech.
They end with Three Mugs In (38:14) where Drew talks about Triple A friendships and Griss talks about bigger visions and what they do for you.