Jay’s story is as big as he and his heart are. We travel through his missionary trip to Africa, Trump’s America, and dealing with the grief of lost loved ones with the profanity of two drunk barflies.
Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other.
On this weeks episode, we hear a meltdown from Megan regarding her real fear of violence as she takes part in the March for Our Lives movement to demand that our lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today.
Due to the tragic and violent events taking place in Charlottesville Virginia this past weekend. We are taking a break from our regular schedule programming to address a conversation around hate, dealing with it, and growing past it.
We all are expressing our anger, grief, pain, remorse, and disappointment differently. It's important to feel those emotions. Expression of our emotions is extremely healthy for us all. But how should we express our distaste for the beliefs of others and our disgust with hate, indifference, white supremacy, the KKK, and Nazi's?
Is violence the answer? Is punching a Nazi justified? Is it helpful? Some would say yes. Some would say it doesn’t matter. Some would say no...
This is a deep and challenging episode. We ravage through the topics of the dualism argument, the gender fluidity of God, humanism, eastern versus western world views, outer space, Elon Musk, social justice, and why the church has sucked at it. That's just in the first half!
You will enjoy Zach Hunter, his thoughts, ideas, LGBTQ inclusivity, and his challenging of modern day Christianity.