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First-time guest Andrew joins Tom to discuss Netflix’s Heartstopper! It’s a queer coming-of-age show that many in our YOB community have enjoyed, though its depictions of queer romance could also be distracting for some (nothing sexual in the first t... more
Tom’s straight younger brother Andy returns for his yearly appearance on the podcast to educate us on this year’s Super Bowl matchup between the Chiefs and 49ers! Beyond merely giving us the players to look out for, Vegas’s odds for the winner of thi... more
Alex is announced as our newest regular YOB contributor, and we get right into analyzing his blogs! We start with discussing a reflection of last fall’s YOBBERS retreat written by his mom and how this unique blog even came to be on our site. We also ... more
I’ve listened to YOB podcasts and read its blogs for years. I have watched Tom as he matures in wisdom and openness. Side B folks are a minority within a minority, so it’s comforting to know that YOB offers a place for them to gather; to share their thoughts, feelings and woes; and to grow in strength and wisdom together. more
I just learned about this community on Thursday (3/2) after many long, lonely years as a Side B Christian man in a mixed orientation marriage. I have a small but mighty band of men in my life who know my story and love me, but they can't relate to this part of me. In these few brief days, I have been so flooded with hope and gratitude to Jesus for the prospect of knowing and being known by others like me. more
I’m probably not in the category of people that Tom or any of the other hosts would consider “the target audience”. Nevertheless, I listen to the show regularly and always come away having learned something new or feeling rejuvenated in my faith. YOB presents real people with real struggles and questions trying to navigate their lives with their faith. Anyone with any amount of humiliation revolving around some social aspect that the Christian church has deemed shameful will find refuge in the m... more
This podcast is amazing for any Christian guy whose attracted to both genders or other dudes. This subject has been poorly addressed by the church and these guys are bridging that gap.
Bridget's answer in minutes 49-54 is very powerful.
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Your Other Brothers launched 8 years ago and published 150 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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