Episode 59: Speed Metal Drumming & Getting Our Minds Blown by Greg Boyd

The guys sat down with Greg Boyd and discussed, speed metal drumming, the growing irrelevance of the church, and how not to burn out.
  • Monday, 02 October 2017 15:14
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