Blazing Center / Happy Rant / September 12, 2016

New Happy Rant – Pour Overs, Christian Athletes, and Thought Leaders

In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Barnabas, and Ronnie discuss the following

  • Pour overs: what are they an why are they? Isn’t a pourer just a slow version of what a coffee maker does?
  • How does an athlete being a “brother in Christ” effect our feelings towards him? What if the athlete is Sam Bradford, the over-prices substitute for the QB on Barnabas’s favorite football team?
  • What is a “thought leader”? What exactly do they lead? Do real leaders of thought call themselves thought leaders?

campfire-spurgeon_mediumWe’d like to thank our sponsor, Missional Wear (or Calvinist Swag if you prefer). You can find a fantastic selection of apparel, art, mugs, pint glasses, and more there. And it’s good quality, artistically designed gear too! Be sure to use the code HAPPYRANT at checkout for a listener special deal.

51fR8DB067LAnother thank you to our second sponsor, Waterbrook Multnomah and their new release, Chase the Lion: If Your Dream Doesn’t Scare You, It’s Too Small by Mark Batterson. Following up on his previous best-seller, In a Pit With a Lion on a Snowy Day, it pushes the reader to refuse to pursue dreams that can be accomplished without God. It is available tomorrow, September 6.

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