Podcast

The Wonderwhat Podcast aims to engage the Eastgate community in wider conversation about our faith, our community, and our calling. Tune in every month as we touch on topics related to our church, our city, and our church family.

We have done a bit of a reboot, with Rob & Robbie hosting.

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Podcast Season 2, Episode 4: Happy Father’s Day June 2019

Podcast Season 2, Episode 3: Happy Mother’s Day May 2019

Podcast Season 2, Episode 2: Birthdays and Baseball April 2019

Podcast Season 2, Episode 1: Electric Football Rocks! February 2019

Podcast #14-Hurricane Michael, November 2018, click below to listen


Podcast #13-Eastgate: A Work In Progress, September 2018, click below to listen


Podcast #12-Traffic Conditions, August 2018 click below to listen


Podcast #11-Greene Guests, Royal Wedding and Swear Words! June 2018, click below to listen


Podcast #10-Snoop Dog & Beth Moore, April 2018, click below to listen.


Podcast #9-Please Stop Doing This, February 2018, click below to listen.


Podcast #8-There’s Nothing So Over As Christmas, January 2018, click below to listen.


Podcast #7-Blake Rosemann Guest, November 2017 listen here.


Podcast #6-There’s Always Last Year!, listen here from October 2017


Podcast #5-Mental Health, listen here from September 2017


Podcast #4-Spoil the Child, listen here from August 2017:


Podcast #3 is now available, Brian & Kristi talk shop here from July 2017:


Tune in to the second episode, “Sorry Man” here.  From June 2017:


Tune in to the first episode here. May 2017:

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7 thoughts on “Podcast

  1. blakeeeee April 27, 2015 / 11:04 pm

    What an incredible prospective from the other side of the music!

    • Bradley Woodrum April 28, 2015 / 7:12 am

      Thanks! Glad you liked it!

  2. Patti C. August 11, 2015 / 5:58 am

    Thank you Gwenn, Blake, & Liz, for sharing some of your journey. I grew up in a small southern town where our schools were segregated until I entered the 10th grade, & we were the only integrated class that yr. We were used to test the waters. Therefore, in 1972, we became the 1st integrated class to graduate in the history of our schools. Although there were a few bumps along the way, I believe most of us were pretty proud of how our class handled those changes.

  3. Melody Bowker March 1, 2019 / 12:48 pm

    Thanks you 2, really this allows me to see you guys as brother and sister in an imperfect family not just as Shepherd and Mrs. Shepherd….you’re funny, intelligent, interesting, but mostly HUMAN! LOVE melody

  4. Melody March 1, 2019 / 5:19 pm

    Hey I’m not good at writing, obviously. I meant as “my”brother and sister in Christ…not that I saw you as if you were brother and sister. And that in this world we as christians are still imperfect. Not that the Woodrums’s are imperfect at least not anymore than the rest of us. Well, I need to stop before I dig my hole to deep.😳

    • Robbie Woodrum March 5, 2019 / 2:28 pm

      Ha, no worries! We get what you are saying! Thanks for the nice note-this is what we wanted…a way for people to get to know us better (when there’s not always time on Sundays), and to be relate-able…and we are definitely human!

  5. steve wilson May 9, 2019 / 5:52 pm

    Good stuff appreciate your efforts and energy to christen life.

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