ATC64: Review of The Brinkman Adventures: Season 3

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ATC64: Review of The Brinkman Adventures: Season 3

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We dive deep into The Brinkman Adventures 3rd season in this episode of the show. This series focusing on missionary stories just keeps getting better and better and we are really enjoying it. In addition to our review, you'll also find a newscast from our intrepid newsman, Roy, and some great feedback from Rob and Winter. And in the midst of all of that there will be talk of rethinking the "Top 3", aquaponics and tilapia fillets. It's another fun-filled episode of the Audio Theatre Central podcast!Producer's Note: At around 27:25 in this episode, JD mentions an "African warrior" in reference to the story of Steve Saint. This is obviously incorrect and JD knows that this story is set in the Central American country of Ecuador; it was a simple slip of the tongue and/or brain. Please forgive the mistake.What are your thoughts on the topics we addressed in this episode? Send us your feedback! We’d love to hear what you think![email protected]623-688-2770audiotheatrecentral.com/contact
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We dive deep into The Brinkman Adventures 3rd season in this episode of the show. This series focusing on missionary stories just keeps getting better and better and we are really enjoying it. In addition to our review, you'll also find a newscast from our intrepid newsman, Roy, and some great feedback from Rob and Winter. And in the midst of all of that there will be talk of rethinking the "Top 3", aquaponics and tilapia fillets. It's another fun-filled episode of the Audio Theatre Central podcast!Producer's Note: At around 27:25 in this episode, JD mentions an "African warrior" in reference to the story of Steve Saint. This is obviously incorrect and JD knows that this story is set in the Central American country of Ecuador; it was a simple slip of the tongue and/or brain. Please forgive the mistake.What are your thoughts on the topics we addressed in this episode? Send us your feedback! We’d love to hear what you think![email protected]623-688-2770audiotheatrecentral.com/contact
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