Angus Mathie :: 7.1


It’s time to kick off a new year and a new season of the something beautiful podcast!

It feels really good to finally type that.

2013 was a year of fun, ups, downs, lefts and rights and if the first three weeks are any indication, 2014 will be as well.

This week’s podcast features Angus Mathie, father to Thomas Mathie who has been a part of the podcast from day one.

Angus is a retired telecommunications worker who has a tremendous passion both for his faith and his family.

He and his wife Elizabeth have been married for almost 42 years and he lives in Glasgow, near Thomas and his family.

During this podcast, we talk about his journey and a tragedy he experienced early on in his marriage that could have ripped their marriage a part but ultimately made them stronger for it.

As mentioned during the podcast, we plan to release a podcast twice a month this year. The podcasts will run from 10-20 minutes to hopefully give you plenty of time to listen to each episode either on your commute, walking the dog or running errands with your family. In addition, we’ll share the extended interviews with our guests for many of the episodes.

We hope you’ll continue to join us on this journey as we hope to truly share stories worth talking about.

music – The Owl Named Orion
Cousin Silas – A Place of Magic
Row Boat – Water Turns to Ice

thomas mathie :: 3.21.1 (special bonus episode)

Thomas Mathie - THE headphonaught

as a follow-up to Friday’s podcast, we’re sharing some of Thomas’ thoughts that he shared with his tribe on Sunday, June 13, 2010.

we hope you enjoy what Thomas has to say as he shares his heart with his local tribe, as well as the entire sbpodcast tribe.

related ::
hear thomas’ story on the podcast
thomas’ blog
thomas on twitter
thomas on facebook
thomas on flickr
hint of bergamot
thomas on tumblr

music ::
medium – christian

bonus audio :: 2.35

our co-hosts Thomas and Stewart chatted about our guest Rick Reynolds this week but our editor in chief missed the notification. doh!

so here it is, in it’s entirety. listen to Rick’s story, enjoy the chat from Thomas and Stewart and then call in with your own thoughts :: 972-535-8980.

tribes pt.1 :: 1.22

happy reformation day!

this week, Thomas talks with Stewart Cutler and they review and discuss Seth Godin’s new book, Tribes. the book focuses on marketing and leadership and both Stewart and Thomas think the church as a whole can learn some very relevant things from the book.

related ::
listen to Seth speak on the topic
FREE companion PDF with case studies
Tribes Q&A
stewart cutler blogs about tribes

music ::
dave andrews – jesus for prime minister
brioskj – dawn of a wonderful day
psalters – wayfaring stranger
j skywalker – jesus for president