The Blame Game, complete with finger-pointing, fault-finding, buck-passing, and pain inflicting, is one of the most destructive human tendencies. When something goes wrong, do you immediately try to figure out who was at fault? In this episode, the guys explore the why of the game, and how we can quit as winners.
Society seems to be losing its ability to focus on the things that really matter. People are outraged over everything from gun control, wearing masks in public, and racism. What drives it? How do we overcome it? It’s our most outrageous show yet.
What do we mean when we say something is right or wrong? Who determines what is right or what is wrong? Is there such a thing as absolute truth? Mike and Ben discuss how the truth has been minimized to individuals in this engaging conversation on moral relativism.
Why is it so hard to talk about Racism? How can we stop racism? Do the pictures we all saw in church as kids, of a white Savior, affect racism? Mike and Ben welcome guest Randy Maxwell in this engaging conversation.
Every dad likes to tell bad dad jokes. In this special Father's Day Edition, Mike and Ben welcome Guest Marcus Mullins to talk parenting, adoption, and to tell a few bad dad jokes. It's laugh-out-loud fun in this show.
With rioting and looting in the streets, and the call for justice in an injust world, Mike and Ben explore to find answers that will make a difference in the community.
The debate is getting stronger and sharper as the country continues to reopen: Should we be opening or should we wait a little longer? Should churches be opening? In this episode, Ben and Mike discuss how people arrive at the conclusions they do.
As if parenting wasn’t hard enough before quarantine, now you’ve been thrust into teaching school and managing your regular work load--all from home. On this episode we talk about five common issues quarantine is having on parents and kids, and solutions for success going forward.
If absence makes the heart grow fonder, what does forced proximity do to it? Or as one meme stated, “When I said ‘in sickness or health, for better or worse, I didn’t realize it meant 24/7.” In this episode Ben and Mike discuss issues in the home during quarantine, and healthy responses.
In the quarantined world of COVID-19, the reopening of the economy, and conflicting news, how do you choose which voice(s) to listen to? How should the Christian respond in a polarized world?
What does it mean to be saved? Can a person who has come to Jesus lose their salvation? How is that even possible? On today’s podcast, we discuss common Christian misunderstandings about the important subject of being saved in Christ.
Look back at the last month and a half and what we thought was our normal has been changed into a new reality. In this first ever episode of the Thinking Cup Podcast, we want to explore those realities. Is the world really going to end because of COVID 19? How should we respond in the midst public panic? And what is the Biblical perspective of keeping faith when we are really afraid?