I think you are leaving your friend alone and without the lord, sir. We both know the problem between you is climax. One of you rules climax and the other lives with it. On another subject, Reba was a great show.
I’m not too into comedy podcasts, but this one is just so incredibly well done. Do yourself a favor and check this out.
Of course I love every single episode but your episode this Sunday just tore open my heart threw it on the floor smashed it and put it back together in a little box with a beautiful ribbon it was funny it was smart it was intense even on the third listen I still laughed and cried thank you guys thank you thank you
Brilliant improv that satirizes the ridiculousness of American megachurch culture without mocking actual people or beliefs. Somehow they hold the line on pushing the boundaries without being cruel or divisive. It’s filled with smart nuance. I love this show so much. I think Jesus does too.
Did you grow up in Evangelical World like I did? Looking for a way to find some fun and laughs in it now? These are your people! This podcast makes me laugh every episode!
I’m a fairly new listener, but as someone who grew up in a church with this mentality and then moved to a mega church, this is just like looking into a mirror and I’ve gotta say it’s great to be able to laugh in retrospect. Great job guys!
I grew up in a Midwestern mega church, I’m still in the evangelical world I guess, even though I no longer fit in as my faith as evolved into something much more progressive. This podcast 1) rings SO F’ing TRUE and 2) gives me the perfect outlet for all of my big feelings about church. I am obsessed, and I’m only sorry it took me so long to find Mega.
Holly and Greg (as Halle and Grey) are amazing! As a former evangelical, I can laugh at all the “inside jokes,” but it’s hilarious even if you don’t have that background. The improv is so quick and smart, and the guests are great! Highly recommend!!
This is a must listen podcast. 25% of my conversations start with “have you heard this weeks mega episode.” One of the best improved podcasts I’ve ever listened to.
This show is hilarious. They make up incredible characters and bring so many nuanced details to their conversations. It’s neat!
This is my favorite podcast of all the times! It’s quirky, smarmy, intentionally unaware and hilariously funny. Greg Hess and Holly Laurent are improv geniuses. I have been known to scream laugh while driving and listening to MEGA so be careful when listening! Do your soul a favor and give this podcast a listen!
I wish my youth group experience had been like Climax!!! 🤣 But seriously, I don’t listen to podcasts, but I do listen to this one. Perfect level of laugh and cringe, and Holly and Greg have brought me some much needed comfort in the midst of COVID times.
I absolutely LOVE Mega. I recommend it to everyone and have all of my co-workers hooked on it too! To quote Halle, Mega is a “true treat and a treasure!”
Every once in a while, you come across something Original, which is nice and then you also come across something really, really Funny, which is exciting! Thats what “MEGA” is, it’s Original and Very, Very Funny, also, at first I wasn’t sure if it’s real or satire? I’m pretty sure it’s Satire, although sometimes it feels so Real, I fell in-love with it! I didn’t even know you could fall in love with a Podcast!!! In fact I’ve gotta go back to it and listen to more episodes so I can figure it out. Real? Or Satire? Let me know what you think, after you check it out. Please...
This is such a fantastic podcast! Every Sunday, it lifts my spirits and fills my heart. I can’t physically attend Twin Hills, but this podcast makes me feel like I’m part of the congregation nonetheless.
I patiently await Sunday’s not for church, but for Halle and Grey to release their weekly podcast from Twin Hills. I imagine this podcast would be funny to anyone, but for someone who was raised in an evangelical church, it really strikes a chord! Thank you for making me laugh every week and for helping turn my religious trauma into comedy.
Laugh out loud funny! I suggest this podcast all of the time.
As with all of the great loves in my life...when you know, you know. I can’t put into words exactly why this touches my heart in the way that it does! It hits some vaguely sentimental spot in my soul that longs for the goofy evangelicalism of my upbringing, without being triggering like actually going to the church I grew up in! Leaves me feeling too anointed to be disappointed!
Mega is the perfect PTSD treatment for those of us that have deconverted from toxic American Christianity. Go tell it on the mountain! Spread the good news! Come all ye Exvies. Ye deconstructing! Ye unholy & sinful pastoral rejects! REJOICE ALL YE HEATHENS! For the time of mocktrine doctrine has arrived and It. Is. Good.
$5 sniff your panties, episode had me laughing so hard I actually had to get up from my desk at work and go into the bathroom to wipe the tears that were streaming down my face. You guys are great!
So thankful I tuned into episode 100! When my 14 year old daughter asked if I knew what WAP meant, I could answer with confidence. So glad she is interested in such religious themed music #WeArePraying 😂
This show is perfect. The tones of voice, expressions, and language perfectly mimic American evangelical culture and the improv keeps it fresh!
Some will find it irreverent and some wil find it Wittenberg Door-ish, but most will find it hilarious. You don't have to have been part of a mega church to get the humor, though it helps. Some of it is really off-the-wall improvised humor, and some of it is quite insightful. You never know what's coming.
Holly is perfect! She’s perky without being overwhelming, and I love her references to her son, Day. The male host(s) are wonderful as well, but I don’t remember their names, sorry. You deserve to have your names remembered, but I lack the ambition to go back and listen to the last 30 seconds of an episode. Anyway, this is a very funny podcast that is a light easy listen, perfect for the weird times we’re living in.
Perfectly outrageous satire and necessary commentary on church culture for those of us dechurching and recovering from American Christianity.