On the 9th episode of the Brio podcast I interview Jim Cowart, founding pastor of Harvest in Warner Robins GA. Jim and his Wife Jennifer planted Harvest (get it?) many moons ago and have seen Christ at work in their midst. He talks about what it’s been like the past several years and tells a little about what he does in his limited free time.
This was the first episode I recorded for the Brio podcast! Jerrod Dorminey is a Montgomery Local and the praise and worship leader at the contemporary service at Frazer. Jerrod and I sat down to chat about life about six months ago. Yes SIX MONTHS AGO. So if you hear him say things like “I have two kids” you know that this was before they adopted their new baby! Enjoy!
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Prof. Greg Bandy teaches media at Asbury U. On this episode he and I talk about the importance of story and how it shapes out culture as well as his projects the Hound of Heaven and sheisnoble.com
Tim Thompson, pastor of Frazer UMC here in Montgomery Alabama. We had a great time talking over this episode. Tim tells his faith story and we talked about baseball cards, organic vegetables, and the importance of hobbies and community.
very excited to Jeff and Jennifer Hand have been working in inner city community development and evangelism for years.
Chad and Aaron Burns are the Director/producer team behind “Beyond the Mask” a Christian action/adventure film. It’s the story of a pre-Revolutionary War era assassin who worked for the East India Company, but when his employers betray him his life is saved by a cleric who dies in the process so he takes the priest’s identity as an opportunity to start a new life. Sounds fun doesn’t it? Listen to the interview and GO BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! [podcast]http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.williamhadams.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Ep02-Chad-and-Aaron-Burns.mp3[/podcast]
On this, the first episode of my new podcast, “Brio” I talk briefly with Mark Cathy, grandson of Chic-fil-A founder Truett Cathy. Subscribe to the podcast on your iPhone, iPod, iPad, Laptop, or just listen to it right here. You can listen while you walk your dog, while you make dinner, while you hit the treadmill, on your way to work, on your way to pick up the kids from school, while you lift weights, while you’re trying to fall asleep . . . This will be the first of many (I have at least seven in the bank) and I’ll be releasing them twice a week so subscribe and enjoy!