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Today Nate and Aaron Chat with David Cassidy, Pastor of Christ Community Church in Franklin Tennessee, to chat about his book Indispensable: The Basics of Christian Belief.  They discuss the invitation to the common table that binds all Christians of every denomination together. 

Episode 238 * Tony Kriz

The boys sit down with author, speaker, and Jesus pursuer Tony Kriz to look for some clarity about finding truth in a world bombarding us with truth tailored to suit our own desires.  They also dip into the mailbag and answer a letter about relapses and slips.  

Today Nate & Aaron sit down to hear Bill Garner and Jeff Howard tell their stories from both sides of the addiction journey.  Bill and Jeff work to help those struggling with addiction at Harvest Church in Germantown Memphis Tennessee.  

Live and in person, Nate and Aaron sit down with Jeremy Slayden to talk about his experiences as a professional baseball player, and how his need for coaching in his athletic career helped him to dive into seeking coaching in recovery.

Aaron and Nate reconnect after Aaron's big move across the country to Nate's neck of the woods, and Nate leads a mini-meeting with Pirates around the world.

Episode 234 * Jim Cress

Welcome to today's amazing episode where Pirate Monks from around the world participate in a mini-meeting and Nate and Aaron converse with counselor and certified sex addiction therapist Jim Cress.

To find out more about what Jim is into and up to head on over to jimcress.com

Mondo joins Nate, Aaron, and a bunch of pirate monks for a special episode of the podcast recorded on Sunday morning at the 2018 "Another 48 Hours" fall retreat.

Episode 232 * Russ Taff

Today Nate & Aaron answer some mail and then run a conversation Nate and David Hampton had with CCM artist Russ Taff on his journey out of addiction and into forgiveness and healing.

Today, Jay Stringer, author of Unwanted: How Sexual Brokenness Reveals Our Way to Healing, unpacks a story of great hope for those in the battle for victory.  Check out Jay's website to learn more at:


Today the three-part series on privilege wraps up with a conversation about things heterosexual people may not consider in their day-to-day lives. Nate & Aaron hope that these conversations have been useful and informative, but more than that encouraged you to engage in conversations that help you to understand and love the people around you better.

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