Laugh on Track
Summary: A Christian comedy podcast featuring hilarity of biblical proportions.
A marriage celebration leads to Scripture signs for the home, board games, psychoanalysis, and name-based adjectives.
Some thoughts about not working on Sunday moves into the world of sports and foul language. Then singer Melvin Cramp laments his siblingless existence.
Four-year-old Annie McMillan guest stars to provide the laughs as she discusses Sunday school snacks, life as an older sister, and art.
Understanding the frailty of life moves into some observations regarding specialized diets, food restrictions and relationships.
An adolescent car crash leads to some thoughts about the ten plagues happening today. Then Virgil's back with some Bible Trivia!
The struggle of parental cultural engagement leads to some thoughts about movies, laundry and the challenges of living in Alaska.
Women marrying into silly names moves to the spiritual ecosystem of hymnals. Then Melvin Cramp sings of an unsung hero in church.
Childhood memories of the trip to church leads into a story of a Good Samaritan failure, guilt, and the struggle of perfectionism.
An epic journey from the United Kingdom to Middle Earth takes some stops along the way to look at bad days and a biblical workforce.
A pastoral comparison to MacGyver follows some parenting techniques from childhood and the importance of a parent's nose.
Grab your pencil and your graphing calculator as we head back to school and off to the high seas. And get another edition of Bible Trivia with Virgil.
Lessons from the library and tips for hoarders. We also look at some good-other-than-that role models in the Bible and what to be afraid of.
Don't get left behind as we look at the end times, dentistry and going to the eye doctor. Then some Bible Trivia with our good friend Virgil.
A few thoughts about backyard camping moves into a look at tentmaking, dating and the connection between science and parenting.
Trips to the beach and the zoo take us to the flood, theological debates, and a restful lullaby from singer and songwriter Melvin Cramp.