Bite Site Update: May 19, 2020
- May 19, 2020
- Sage Blalock
I would like to regrettably wish you all a happy National Devil’s Food Cake Day. We have an important announcement today, so we’ll give out our all-important links and move on to that shortly. Without further ado, here’s what the Bite Size Theology Podcast is up to in the coming weeks.
First off, check out our YouTube page here. Next, check out our website at https://www.bitesizetheology.com/ ! If you need to catch back up on the rest of our Old Testament series or any other episode you may have missed, check out our library here!
If you have appreciated how God has used this podcast and want to help support it, visit our Patreon page here. You can now give $1 or $2 per month if you enjoy the show. In fact, we just had our first two $25-a-month donors sign up! Thank you both so much! We have quite a bit planned for our Patrons so, if you want to find out more, go check it out!
The announcement! For those of you keeping track, we have been cranking out episodes at a break-neck pace the last few months and haven’t taken a break in a long while. Needless to say, we are all pretty exhausted. So, we have decided to take a two week break beginning next week. This means you’ll have Zechariah and Malachi this week plus our next Extended Edition. Then, two weeks of desperately needed rest for the Bite Size Squad.
Now, let’s get on with our preview of the next two weeks of Bite Size Theology!
Week 1 (5/18-5/22):
Monday 5/18: Zechariah
By Sage Blalock
Tuesday 5/19: Malachi
By John McCord
Wednesday 5/6: OT Series Complete!
Friday 5/8: Extended Edition #30:
Week 2 (5/25-5/29):
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