On Saying Goodbye

On Saying Goodbye

In the era of Facebook and social media, do you ever have to really say goodbye? Well, yes, of course, but it’s complicated, and that’s the subject of today’s episode. Whether it’s a doll or a memento, a house or a pet, a friend or a family member, it’s hard to say goodbye. Our heroes are moving from their hometown of many years to plant a church together, and they got to thinking about the right and wrong ways to say goodbye. This is especially complicated in an age where social media and modern travel give us the illusion (or is it?) that relationships don’t have to change based on things like proximity.

This episode didn’t really lend itself to including any skits, but you’ll get a related skit next week featuring Andy Jukeman and Desmond Dark.

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Music: Music: Endings by Shane Ivers – https://www.silvermansound.com. Rounding by Savfk (www.youtube.com/savfkmusic www.facebook.com/savfkmusic). Sad Trio by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License. Game Show Music By Colin Thompson. The Parade, Saturday by Josh Woodward is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Soul’s Departure and Such Sweet Sorrow, Fare thee Well, Searching, Waiting, Longing by Darren Curtis. Words Fall Apart by Josh Woodward is licensed under a Attribution License


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About The Authors

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Nathan Alberson is co-founder and creative director of Warhorn Media. He produces and appears on many podcasts—including The Bookening, Sound of Sanity, Sanity at the Movies, Then Comes What, and The Ville. He is married to the incandescent Meredith.

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Jake is the CEO of Warhorn Media and the discipleship pastor of Clearnote Church. He also teaches at Clearnote Pastors College.

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Engineer. Production assistant. Podcaster. Is there anything Ben Sulser DOESN'T do?

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