Laugh on Track
Summary: A Christian comedy podcast featuring hilarity of biblical proportions.
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.
Some observations about winter sports and activities leads into some great ways to improve the Awana Olympics and using that as a recruitment tool for your church.
The confusing world of varying degrees moves into the topic of medicines and disorders. Then, Virgil is back with some fishing stories and Bible Trivia.
Get some help for those unfulfilled New Year's resolutions. And get some ideas about church membership, church staff introductions and Bible reading plans.
In a special Christmas celebration, Nate, Virgil and Melvin sing a stirring rendition of We Three Kings. Then Annie puts the icing on the cake with her performance of Away in a Manger.
Like college football, Christmas needs a series of bowl games to match up all the holiday festivities. Then, an idea for a Christmas germ exchange moves into some childhood White Elephant memories.
An idea for treating Advent like Lent moves into some thoughts about Santa's thieving ways and how St. Nicholas would feel about his modern-day characterization.
Preparing for Christmas means cleaning out the closets and making room for new stuff. Then Melvin Cramp introduces a new Christmas classic, "How Randall the Duck Saved Christmas."
If Jesus had been born today, the shepherds and wisemen would've had much better ways of celebrating His birth. Then some thoughts about Christmas shopping and holiday movies.