For the Second Sunday after Pentecost (aka, Proper 7 and Lectionary 12), the Bubbas are talking about all those numbers and the texts for this Sunday, too! Special musical guests are Third Day performing God of Wonders.
For this Holy Trinity Sunday, the Bubbas are seeking to live into the mystery a bit as they consider the reality of God as Creator, Savior, Sustainer and a whole host of other trinitarian expressions. Casting Crowns performs Who Am I?, a great reflection on the Psalm 8 text, in particular.
As Pentecost approaches, Delmer and John are talking "Spiritual" things and working the texts. Above all, listen as special guest Coldplay reminds us of a key understanding from the text with Don't Panic.
On this Sunday of the Ascension (aka, the Seventh Sunday of Easter), the Bubbas are ascending the heights with Christ while puttering about below with the disciples. It's good stuff, y'all! Musical guests are Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenowith performing Defying Gravity, from the original soundtrack recording of Wicked.
For the Sixth Sunday of Easter, the fellas are doing the best they can with the texts whilst overcoming technical challenges. Special musical guest is Darius Milhaud with his jazz interpretation, "Chaos Before Creation" from Le Creation du Monde.
For the Fifth Sunday of Easter, John and Delmer are talking love and the gospel. Who else would be our special guests other than the Beatles performing All We Need Is Love?
For the Fourth Sunday of Easter, the story continues and so do the Bubbas. Poignant discussion on the gospel from John, the Revelation (also by John), and perhaps the most familiar of all Psalm texts, the 23rd -- or Shepherd Psalm. Our outgoing music is King Herod's Song from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar, composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
For the Third Sunday of Easter, Delmer and John hold forth on Paul and Peter and Jesus and what in the Sam Hill the followers of Jesus are supposed to be doing after the resurrection, anyhow? Guest musicians are provided by the Church of St. Michael in Stillwater, MN performing Dignus est Agnus (This is the Feast).
For the Second Sunday in Easter, Delmer and John are considering another "arc" for preaching and consider special opportunities not only for the gospel, but for series from Acts and Revelation, as well. Special musical guests are Praise Afrik performing My Lord, My God -- composed by Jude Nnam.
The Bubbas are talking Holy Week and preaching on Easter. Guest musician is Lauren Daigle with How Can It Be?