Pods for God with Phil Gauthier & Eric Nevins

The benefits of community are hard to deny and essential to all that we do.  As part of a group of not just podcasters but those driven by their faith I felt a conversation with Phil Gauthier, host of The God Watch Podcast, and Eric Nevins, host of The Halfway There Podcast, was merited.  Both of these gentlemen, like me, found a need to provide a voice of honesty, reflection and compassion.  Each does so in his unique way but the common thread of loving others, humility and being Christ to others emanates.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter 

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

From Latvia With Love With Kristaps Andrejsons

A Native and Resident of Riga, Latvia Kristaps Andrejsons combines passion for his country, politics and history guide both his podcast, The Eastern Border and his everyday life.  Despite growing up on the other side of the Cold War his life experiences have led him to appreciate both sides and come to understand the universal truth that underneath the politics, language, culture and the rest lie people who much more the same than different.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter 

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Failure To Act Is with Wally Carmichael

Wally Carmichael is a father, husband, Career Combat Medic for the US Army, Entrepreneur and podcaster.  Wally saw the need in his community to help men coupled with the realization that he did not have to wait to meet some economic or professional goal to make an impact on it.  His life was full of abundance now…right now!  And the key was to get men to realize it as well.

You can find links to Men of Abundance below:

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We also were contacted and asked to promote Podbean’s App with the promise to help promote our podcast on their network.  While we don’t currently host with them we’re aware of the great work they do in the podcasting community, have friends that successfully host through them and have personally used their app to listen to podcasts.  If you are considering a host and/or an app for podcasting we highly recommend you consider them!  You can also find this podcast on their site as well!  The image below takes you to our podcast on their site and below that is a link to their app.

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Click HERE for a link to their app available on iTunes and Google Play.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Fatherhood with Brandon Handley

Friend and fellow podcaster Brandon Handley accepts the invite to come to the table and have a discussion around one of the oldest and most important topics in the history of man:  Fatherhood.  His own personal journey has taken his commitment to it beyond the walls of his own home and into a successful business and podcast focused on helping his fellow man become a better father.

You can find links to Fatherhood For the Rest of Us below:

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We also were contacted and asked to promote Podbean’s App with the promise to help promote our podcast on their network.  While we don’t currently host with them we’re aware of the great work they do in the podcasting community, have friends that successfully host through them and have personally used their app to listen to podcasts.  If you are considering a host and/or an app for podcasting we highly recommend you consider them!  You can also find this podcast on their site as well!  The image below takes you to our podcast on their site and below that is a link to their app.

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Click HERE for a link to their app available on iTunes and Google Play.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

People Are Strange When with Alex Stein

Friend and fellow Podcaster Alex Stein, host of the Tell Me Who You Are Podcast, accepts Sean McCoy’s invitation to Come to the Table to talk about interacting with people.  It is one of the most basic aspects of life but dealing with people can be one of the most difficult things we encounter…especially with those who are different.  However, with patience, kindness and a will to get past our insecurities we most often find out we have more in common with people than things we do not.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

You can listen to the podcast episode below through our YouTube Channel or find it on any of the mediums listed and hyperlinked below.  Just click on the one you like to use to listen and subscribe!