Episode 78: On Being a Seminarian

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 08:14 – Free-for-All (Favorite Ethnic Foods)
  • 28:08 – Main Topic (On Being a Seminarian)

On episode SEVENTY-EIGHT of Let the Bird Fly! the guys sit down with seminarians Adam Lambrecht, Chris Pflughoeft, and Tony Pflughoeft to discuss life as a seminarian. Wade was invited to speak to a student group at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary and since Ben and Mike tagged along they decided to record an episode. (We hope to post Wade’s talk as a Bird’s Eye View soon, so keep an eye out for that.) Before getting to the discussion of what it means to be a seminarian, the guys force their guests to subject themselves to a  free-for-all discussion of favorite “ethnic food” (whatever that’s supposed to mean). After getting past food the guys are able to have a great conversation with their guest about life as a seminarian.

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