004: Part 2 – Trophy Husbanding with Chocolate Milk and Bacon with Riggs

Continuing on with my conversation with Riggs, this is the episode where we talk about what it's like for him to be a stay-at-home dad with his daughter who has cystic fibrosis. We talk about what he does to level up his dad skills as well as how this experience of being a stay-at-home dad has spiritual implications.

Again, thank you for listening, and please help me share this episode! If you know a fellow stay-at-home dad or maybe even a new dad, or perhaps a family with a child who has cystic fibrosis, please share this episode with them!

You can follow Riggs on Instagram here: @timbroderickjr


003: Part 1 – Origin Story and the Underwhelming Ow with Riggs

This is Part 1 of a chitchat with my buddy Riggs. He moved away last year, and it's been awhile since I've talked with him. In this episode, we talk about what it's like living in Colorado, seeking spiritual direction, why he moved to Colorado, and how we know each other from youth ministry. And that turns into story time about woodworking and brewing beers.

Thanks for listening, and I hope you like this episode! Part 2 will be released very soon as we continue the discussion about what it's like to be a stay-at-home dad.


Shout out again to my bro, Brad, for the music!

002: Catholic Art and Japan with John Andrew

In this episode, I chat with John Andrew on:

  • Art is a trap
  • Why he's in Japan
  • Evangelization through art
  • Stories from John Andrew's painting pilgrimage

Sounds like we've initiated a missionary effort. Please pray for us as we continue to marinate this idea of evangelization through art for Japan, and if you have some ideas–please let us know!

You can follow John Andrew and see more of his adventures in Japan at his Facebook page, Real Catholic Art.


001: Intro and How I Dunked My Aggie Ring

In this first podcast episode, I:

  • Tell the story of how I dunked my Aggie Ring
  • I somewhat explain why I started a podcast
  • I tease the next episode

Fellow Aggies–I’d love to know how you dunked your Aggie ring, especially if you did something unique! Or if you totally did the beer thing, what was your fastest time? Leave a comment!

Special thanks to my brother, Brad, from the same mother for producing the theme song!