I’ve been working on this since last year with a hugely talented dream team: Rupert Wickham is playing Luther, Douglas Bond is writing, Rob Jorgensen is doing sound design, and John Campbell is composing the music. This is definitely one of those podcasts it makes sense to subscribe to before it launches, because the episodes […]
Just to let y’all know (I’ve been in Florida three and a half years and I still can’t pull that off): our brand new documentary, PURITAN, has just been released.
Circumstances over the past two or three years have forced me to pray more, and depend more on God, than have been habitual for me. It’s almost as if those circumstances were by design…
My Anglican friends will say, “No, we should stay – and reform Facebook from the inside!” [/satire]. But in a week or so, I’ll be leaving Facebook. The account will remain (for now), but I’m going to try and stay off the site itself completely.
Don’t say I don’t spoil you.
Mr James Cary and I had a wonderful conversation with very funny (and nationally syndicated) radio host, Brant Hansen. So good, infact, we split it across three easy-to-enjoy podcasts.
Episode 8 of Cooper and Cary Have Words is out, and apart from a fascinating discussion about faucets and spigots, it’s mostly about evangelism.
Episode 7 of Cooper and Cary Have Words is uploaded and waiting patiently for you.
James Cary and I just released a podcast on Enneagrams, Myers Briggs, and personality tests. There’s also some biting critique of Ikea.
Here are three minutes to break your heart. In a good way.