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The Mockingcast

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Description

The Mockingcast is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by RJ Heijmen, Sarah Condon and David Zahl, and brought to you by Mockingbird Ministries, an organization which seeks to connect the Christian faith with the realities of everyday life in fresh and down-to-earth ways. You can find out more about Mockingbird at www.mbird.com. Audio production provided by The Narrativo Group.

Customer Reviews

A Favorite Returns

I gotta say, the revamp of the new Mockingcast is more my style. The addition of Rutger is great, Sarah Condon is the same ol' sassy Sarah Condon, and the length is definitely more manageable. Still, though, the thing that will keep me coming back is the persistent message of grace that seems to be turned up in every nook and cranny of this crazy life.

the best there is

every week there's a fascinating new guest discussing theology or culture or curent events & the dialogue is incredibly lighthearted even when the topics could get heavy. I also love the roundtable conversations with Scott & Sarah & Dave, who always find new ways to appreciate/remind me of the gospel. the cast is funny & enlightening, and when the hour is up, i feel refreshed and encouraged.

Stellar trio

I just started listening to the Mockingcast, but I gotta say the chemistry of the three hosts truly is a party. I don’t mean a blackout rager, but rather a casual night at your best friends’ midtown loft where you drank only slightly more than intended, said something a little risky but clever, and ended up in the middle of a thought-provoking conversation about grace. Get this get of a podcast in your ears ASAP.

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