This week, we are celebrating all the Mothers. Biological mothers, community mothers, biblical mothers, aunt and cousin mothers...our mothers. We see you. We love you. We thank you!
This week, we are listening to the faith journey of a very special guest. Tia joins us to guide us through her path from agnosticism to faith.
These journeys are important and not always a straight line or happy ending. We plan to bring you many of these uncut versions of people's lives.
We hope you enjoy how this story inspired us!
The event we've all been waiting for is upon us! Cardi B released Invasion of Privacy this week. We're discussing her rise, success, and what it means for you and us. Her life should inspire us to be our fully complex selves at all times.
Also, get the album!
This Easter, we're discussing 'what is it that Jesus actually did?' What happened on the cross and the days after? Why did it have to happen that way? These questions have been asked for thousands of years. These questions, and whatever answers are available, are important. Not all people view it the same way and the answers are not as simple as we would like.
In the 90's, people would often ask What Would Jesus Do? We honor this day by asking "What Did Jesus Do?"
This week we're talking Cancellation Culture. What does it mean to be cancelled? Which steps are required to cancel something or someone? We discuss why this may be helpful and necessary and what makes it effective. But what happens after that if it is time to un-cancel the cancellation. How do you navigate the space between cancellation and forgiveness? We offer insight on both as we find our way to a few answers.
What makes a good church? This week Mike, Amera, & J.W. discuss what goes into planning a new church, being 'called', how existing churches adapt to changing conditions, and the overall purpose of the church. It may not be what you think.
Intro Clip: Rethinking Church by Francis Chan: https://youtu.be/vTuj_QcrE6E
We have a gun problem. Many of the same people who fight against reform profess a strong faith backed by the bible. This week, we're discussing if these two topics can coexist.