It’s been “oh so quiet” on the “Grabbing a Beer with a Pastor” blog and podcast. It hasn’t been for a lack of material to discuss and address. It’s been an intentional break to avoid drowning in the cesspool of my own cynical drivel.
So, “Grabbing a Beer with a Pastor” is back from a self-imposed break. There will be weekly (at least) blog posts and monthly podcasts.
We recorded this episode at the Broad Ripple Brewpub. This is one of my “go to” brewpub’s in the great state of Indiana. They offer delicious food, great beer, and a fun environment! Be sure to check them out! The Broad Ripple Brewpub is located at 842 E. 65th Street in Indianapolis.
In this episode, Matt recommends the app “Bands In Town”, which can be found on iTunes and Google Play.
One particular highlight is when our guest refers to one of his colleagues as being “Bart Simpson aggressive”!
We were sitting near the refrigerators that hold over 300 unique bottles of beer! And, if you listen closely, you might be able to hear a guy at the bar talking about how we are living in an alternate reality and that we are all just figments of some great rulers imagination.
On this episode, our host gets on his soapbox in regards to the so-called Super Pastor syndrome. He also talks about lazy pastors, contemplative pastors, faithful pastors, quotes Eugene Peterson, and enjoys a Three Floyds Alpha King!