Your Other Brothers Podcast
About This Show
We are a community navigating faith, homosexuality, and masculinity. Together. We're somewhere between gay and straight, gathering round to share our stories of brokenness and redemption. Won't you join us?Read more »
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We’re so focused on repairing our weaknesses, we often neglect our God-given strengths. What would our lives look like if we recognized and intentionally built these strengths?
Tom and Elliott talk about their strengths from Gallup’s Strengths Finder. They first took the test five years ago and recently retook the test with new results! They talk about their old and new strengths and how these strengths tie to their faith and relational journeys of the last few years. They also give a snapshot of our YOBBERS community strengths — and weaknesses.
Additionally, Tom and Elliott discuss an important matter at the very end of the episode. Be sure to listen after the episode outro for this additional conversation. Give us a listen, and don’t forget to comment.
As always, we thank our YOBBERS — financial backers of Your Other Brothers who supply our show with such phenomenal questions and content. We couldn’t produce this show twice ea [...]Read more »
Rated 5 out of
These guys dive deep
This podcast focuses on many issues surrounding homosexuality/ same sex attraction/ gay people. This is such a hard topic to discuss. Most of the time people get so caught up in the hot topics of morality and political issues, that they ignore the very real, hurting people that struggle with these unanswerable questions.
But this podcast is different- in these podcasts we get to hear the heart of some pretty awesome Jesus followers, as they talk about their struggles, and how same sex attraction interacts with their faith, who they are as people, and what God is doing in their life.
It's a joy to listen to them talk so openly, and it's refreshing to hear the real issues- about the people underneath the label- and know that, whatever your struggles, you are not alone.
Date published: 2016-08-16