Episode 22: Uncertain Life, Certain God

By Zippy the Wonder Snail | Posted at 10:07 PM

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The Zippy Boys are back with an episode packed with March Madness musings, analysis of the Russian war against Ukraine, living life with a disability and hope we find in God’s gift of the Holy Spirit.

Show Notes

March Madness

Jason muses about the achievements of “Coach K” and other interesting happenings surrounding this year’s NCAA basketball tournament.

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The Russo-Ukrainian War

Tim and Jason analyze the continued progression of the war in Ukraine and what the allies need to do to help the victims of Russia’s aggression.

Living with Disability

The Zippy crew chats about Jason’s recent piece on living with disability.

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Living in the Holy Spirit

The world seems so insane, but we have hope: God is with us. The boys turn to the hope we find in John 15.

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Have comments? Questions? Need prayer? The boys would love to hear from you, so give us a shout at zippy@ofb.biz!

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Zippy the Wonder Snail is a podcast zipping through the news and culture that impacts you, co-hosted by Timothy R. Butler and Jason Kettinger.

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