Failure to Partner with Paeter Frandsen [STR4P 28]

Paeter Frandsen is the mastermind behind Spirit Blade Productions and the Christian Geek Central.

Spirit Blade Productions produces high-quality audio dramas for Christian geeks who are looking for more edgy material but is uncompromising in Biblical truth.

Christian Geek Central exists to equip, encourage and inspire Christian geeks of all kinds to live more and more for Christ. It provides resources and a community of Christian geeks that celebrate their hobbies from a Christian perspective.

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Church and Mental Health with Jeremy Smith [STR4P 27]

Jeremy Smith joins me today to discuss mental health and the church. We also discuss how the church can help those struggling with mental illness. during and after the Cornovirus pandemic.

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Coping with COVID-19 [STR4P 26]

Working from home for the past week due to the COVID-19 pandemic has left me creatively drained. I talk about that and more in this podcast episode.

You can find up-to-date information about COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

Consider it a great joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you experience various trials, because you know that the testing of your faith produces endurance.

James 1:2-3

A Point of Clarification [STR4P 25]

In the first podcast in this series, I was dancing around a “taboo” when it comes to podcasting: profit.

Since its inception, podcasters have been at odds over whether or not we should profit from our craft.

Hopefully, this brief episode clears up my intentions.

This podcast is rather short so you may want to check out the latest episodes of Truce Podcast and Modern Christian Men.

Failure to Plan [STR4P 24]

Failure to plan has been the biggest hurdle in my podcasting “career”. I’m not sure you can actually call it a career, but, I think you know what I mean.

What happens when I fail to plan is that I end up recording an episode of my podcast by myself the morning it needs to be released.

If I’m being honest with myself, I expected this to happen and subconsciously planned to record an episode by myself about failing to plan.

If hearing me talk about how I’ve failed to plan over the last 15 years interests you, have a listen.

You can hear how other podcasters have overcome failure in the Examining Failure series.