Our Weekend Reading series continues with fascinating articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet.   Grant Oddly enough, all of my suggestions this week deal with the written word in one way or another.   From Zachary Totah over at Speculative Faith, an article on discernment in reading: “To […]

Weekend Reading 3 – Return of the Weekend Reading




It’s back! Our Weekend Reading series continues with fascinating articles—and a few other things—from around the Internet. Prepare for unaccountable interest.   Grant “The Crumbling Chicken Church in Java“. A meditation by Luke Harrington over at Christ & Pop Culture on a peculiar Javanese landmark, 2 Kings 4, and what happens […]

Weekend Reading #2 – Second Verse


Download this episode (right click and save) Grant, Peter, and Jenny return to discuss the Third Commandment! There’s quite a lot of banter and catching up to do first, of course, and we banter about illness, the forthcoming Amonkhet set in Magic: The Gathering, Snafu Brewing and TRAPPIST-1, and more. We […]

Episode 108 – The Third Commandment (Ten Commandments, Part 3)



Hi folks! One of the things we’ve had as a Patreon goal (which we’ve just officially reached) is a weekly post of stuff that’s relevant to StG listeners, or at least that we ourselves like enough to want to share. We’re each going to try to pick three things to […]

STG Weekend Reading #1 – Kickoff


He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay. -Matthew 28:6 One of the interesting peculiarities of the United Methodist denomination that I belong to is that we rotate our clergy periodically. United Methodist pastors will serve with a local church […]

Out of the Tomb



Download this episode (right click and save) This episode, we tackle a surprisingly complicated topic: Relics and holy items! Grant’s out sick, what with his entire house having been struck by plagues of all sorts, so Jenny and Peter have the mics to themselves. For our Patreon question, they get […]

Episode 107 – Relics and Holy Items


It’s one of the unfortunate facts of life that where there are young children, there also will be illness, especially once those children start heading off to places where other young children are. Church nurseries, preschools, and elementary schools are, despite the best efforts of the adults working at them, […]

Sick Days for the Gaming Group