On this Sunday celebrating The Reign of Christ, or Christ the King, the Bubbas are talking texts and preaching. We are joined by musical guests Sarah Hart, Josh Blakesley, Sarah Koger, and Ike Ndolo from Oregon Catholic Press Music performing their composition, Hymn for Christ the King.
On this Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are checking out Deborah, Sisera, and freedom for God's people and, of course, another great parable from Matthew's gospel. Special musical guests are Buster Keaton and Speedy, the Alka-Seltzer Kid from 1958. Down, down, down...!
For this Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are speaking up and talking on some oily lamps and wise bridesmaids. Good stuff. Sgt. Carter makes an appearance, as does Nathan Jess performing Give Me Oil in My Lamp.
On this Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are talking saints -- and we don't mean the New Orleans kind. Every so often, All Saints Day and Sunday coincide, so this year we're featuring the texts for ASD. Hope you enjoy. Musical guests are the A Capella Choir of Concordia Publishing House performing Aurelius Prudentius' perennial hit, Of the Father's Love Begotten.
The Bubbas do the talking and Jackie DeShannon does the singing for the Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost. What the World Needs Now is Love!
For the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are talking 'bout a holy and awesome God. Pretty much 'nuff said! Musical guests are Worship Hub performing the Michael W. Smith classic, Our God is An Awesome God.
For the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are rolling along with Israel and the Golden Calf, rejoicing with the Apostle Paul, and taking names and kicking butt with an angry king. Hmmm, should be an interesting show! Musical guests are Sidewalk Prophets with Come to the Table.
For the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are playing about in the vineyard and other texts. Mark Cordes performs The Song of God's Vineyard.
For the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas review God's steadfastness despite our changeability and ponder Monty Python's famous Three Questions.
For the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Delmer and John are holding forth on manna, working, and laborers in the vineyard subject to the whim of the master. Hmm, should be interesting! Musical accompaniment provided by Tennessee Ernie Ford with 16 Tons.