Saved by the City
The Women Who Ran with Jesus + Nijay K. Gupta
By Roxanne Stone — June 1, 2023
Katelyn and Roxy are joined by New Testament scholar Nijay K. Gupta on a tour of the early church's extraordinary women leaders.
A Personality Test Extravaganza!
By Roxanne Stone — May 25, 2023
ENTP! 2 wing 3! Let's talk about you and me!
What Churches Lose When Women Don’t Lead + Rev. Dr. LaKeesha Walrond & Rev. Dr. Serene Jones
By Roxanne Stone — May 18, 2023
This week Katelyn and Roxy are joined by the Rev. Drs. Lakeesha Walrond and Serene Jones — two women who have shattered their fair share of stained glass ceilings.
We Got It From Our Moms + Marcie Alvis Walker (Creator of Black Coffee With White Friends)
By Roxanne Stone — May 11, 2023
Katelyn and Roxy are joined by Marcie Alvis Walker in a wide ranging conversation about the power of motherhood — for good and ill.
Is Youth Group Good for Teen Girls? + Sheila Wray Gregoire
By Roxanne Stone — May 4, 2023
Turns out youth group teachings affect teen girls well into adulthood — for better and worse.
Who Is In? Who Is Out? Why Evangelicals Love Gatekeeping + Isaac B. Sharp
By Roxanne Stone — April 27, 2023
A tour of evangelicalism's defining decades and how the movement was shaped in part by who was kicked out.
Would the Proverbs 31 Woman Get Botox? + Jamie B. Golden
By Roxanne Stone — April 20, 2023
Katelyn and Roxy are joined by skincare enthusiast Jamie B. Golden to dive face-first into the prickly subject of cosmetic procedures.
Should Megachurch Pastors Make Mega Moolah?
By Roxanne Stone — April 13, 2023
In light of recent revelations around Hillsong finances, Roxy and Katelyn delve into the life and times of crazy rich clergy.
Our Churchiest Episode Ever + Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
By Jonathan Woodward — April 6, 2023
Roxy and Katelyn are joined by the Most. Reverend Michael Curry to talk about the Holy Week liturgy, leading amid deep difference, and Jesus...lots of Jesus.
We’re STILL Deprogramming from ’90s Diet Culture + Cole Arthur Riley
By Roxanne Stone — March 30, 2023
Katelyn and Roxy are joined by Cole Arthur Riley as we explore the ways the body ideals of our teen years still inform how we see our adult bodies.
Rethinking Our Drinking + Sarah Bessey
By Roxanne Stone — March 23, 2023
Katelyn and Roxy examine their relationships with alcohol and are joined by Sarah Bessey, a self-described 'evangelist' for the sober life.
Faith After Gothard + Jinger Duggar Vuolo
By Roxanne Stone — March 16, 2023
Katelyn and Roxy are back for a new season of Saved By the City and are joined by guest Jinger Duggar Vuolo, of TLC's longrunning '19 Kids and Counting.'
Why ‘Interfaith’ Isn’t a Dirty Word + Simran Jeet Singh
By Roxanne Stone — December 22, 2022
Katelyn and Roxy discuss the ways New York City has exposed us to the beauty and wisdom of other religions, while introducing us to the importance of interfaith work in an increasingly pluralistic society.
2022 in Review: Books! TV! Friendship! Dates! Weird Subway Stuff! + New Year’s Goals
By Roxanne Stone — December 15, 2022
Katelyn and Roxy reflect on the year that was 2022 (better than 2020!) and share some highlights and lowlights.
We’re OVER the Pastor Power Plays + Diane Langberg
By Roxanne Stone — December 8, 2022
Katelyn and Roxy address some of the difficulties of identifying spiritual abuse and are joined by veteran psychologist and religious trauma expert Diane Langberg.
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