Laugh on Track
Summary: A Christian comedy podcast featuring hilarity of biblical proportions.
Get some practical tips for maintenance-free landscaping and lawn care. Then guest comedian Annie McMillan is back to share her expectations for kindergarten and some thoughts on elementary school mascots.
Happy Mother's Day! Some mom memories and an idea for drone parenting leads into a look at some biblical moms and the encouraging comparisons we can make there.
Some thoughts about the Kentucky Derby spark an idea for a theologically based horse race. Then Melvin Cramp helps us celebrate Cinco de Mayo with an original song.
A recent toilet repair leads to some thoughts about Murphy's Law and a sermon based on Newton's Laws. Then our friend Virgil Waters is back to tackle some Bible Trivia.
The difficult challenge of choosing a mascot for a Bible college leads into some thoughts about the Holy Spirit and theology professors from a galaxy far, far away.
The joy of spring cleaning moves into an idea for a church lost-and-found auction, coffee, and church aesthetics. Then singer and songwriter Melvin Cramp returns with a heart-warming song of Spring.
Some thoughts about Easter traditions moves into some news about Annie's spiritual condition, candy evangelism, and a tribute to the late Billy Graham.
There's some striking similarities between pastoral ministry and baseball, including the pastoral version of hitting for the cycle. Then Virgil's back for some more Bible Trivia!
In deciding who my favorite woman in the Bible is, I decided to create a sweet sixteen bracket and see how things played out. The outcome was a surprise, but you can use brackets to make decisions, too.
As we consider the importance of Scripture memorization and spending time in the Psalms, we also discuss the irony of Girl Scout cookie season happening during Lent.
The difficulty in teaching the story of John the Baptist moves into some thoughts about baptism and bathing. Then cats' cleaning habits segues to stuffed animals and twins.
Playground parenting styles leads to some thoughts about love and discipline. Then Nate's conversion story moves into some tips about improving your testimony and observations about Christians in business.
Valentine's Day happening during flu season reminds us that love endures in sickness and in health. Then, a special edition of Bible Trivia featuring Virgil's wife Matilda.
Annie is back for some cute and clever comedy. She has an idea for a better reward system for Bible memorization and some thoughts about children's literature.
Life choice expectations based on names moves into a discussion on hunting and hair. Then Melvin is back with a song about the coming-of-age experience of growing facial hair.