Seasons 2 and 3 were short, but I’m very fond of a handful of these shows.
I’m hard at work on Season 4 right now. This time around, a lot more planning will go into the season and once all the pieces are completed for each topic being researched, the episode will post. A lot of cool things are in the works, so please stay tuned. In the meantime, I figured I’d do a few posts that showcase some “must listen” episodes if you’d like to catch up!
It’s almost Christmas! Which only means one thing…Krampus is coming to town for all the bad girls and boys! I have a conversation with Greg Horton about the history of Krampus and other Christmas time folklore.
I have a conversation with Bob McDonald about his journey through most of the major religions and his decision to start up a church of his own: The Gnostic Church Of Dharma And Virtue.
Rob Davis returns to the show in an impromptu discussion about life on the other side of his journey from full-time ministry 6 years ago to normal, every day life. When anyone “deconstructs” their faith there is a natural progression that takes place, very similar to the various steps of grief. Rob and I talk […]
As we journey through life we will lose people we love along the way. It’s something that can shake us to our core and challenge our world view. This week I have a conversation with Ronn Compestine about his faith journey after the loss of both parents 10 years ago.
As we near Halloween, ghost stories are on everyone’s minds. This week I have a conversation with Ghost Hunter Ray Friis. We discuss the paranormal, demonic activity and even the Catholic Church’s real life exorcism division.
The AxPx is back! After a hiatus that went far too long, I am very happy to be in a place in my life where I can bring this podcast back. This week I talk to Blake Collier about Horror movies and how he approaches these films as a Christian.
Joey Avalos finally returns to the show! Sean and Joey catch up and discuss their journey so far. Music by Shearwater.
Daniel G. Harmann is the founding member of the band The Trouble Starts. I have a history with his music since about 2010 when I discovered his album “Risk.” Since then, I’ve wanted to get the chance to interview him and the stars finally aligned. Here is my candid conversation with Daniel G. Harmann.