Dec 22, 2019
We talk with Catholic educator and music lover Boreta Singleton about using your gifts as a woman in a male-dominated religion, how racial justice in the church has evolved over time, and why she attends a church 18 miles from home.
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Dec 8, 2019
We talk with seminary grad and fellow podcaster Avery Smith about God as a binary breaker, why the internet is so valuable for trans Christians, and how (and how not) to ask marginalized groups to educate you.
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Nov 24, 2019
We talk with writer and campus minister Paula Frances Price about how she ended up being both a complementarian and a feminist in college, why female ministers are not just permissible but necessary, and practical strategies for using your privilege to speak up without speaking over someone else. (She also has a...
Nov 10, 2019
We talk with seminarian and content creator Rachael Ward about the power of stories, why they’re obsessed with death, and how the Good Samaritan practiced self-care.
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Oct 27, 2019
We talk with Haley Krueger about the weird ways people react to female youth pastors, wrestling with a calling while being home with kids, and how trauma affects the decisions you make on your life journey.
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