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Wanna Get a Read on Somebody? Check Out Their Bookshelf

By Jonathan Woodward — October 13, 2021
You are what you read. Voracious reader Danté Stewart explains how reading widely — and far outside his own perspective and experience — has shaped him as a writer and human.

Meet the ‘King of Weird Christian Twitter’

By Jonathan Woodward — October 6, 2021

Amy Grant and What We Demand of Famous Women

By Jonathan Woodward — September 29, 2021
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Summer Travel Series: Nashville with Kat Armas

By Jonathan Woodward — September 1, 2021
In a bonus summer series, Roxy goes on a journey to see what’s what for seekers in other great cities, exploring the spiritual side of four favorite metropolises. Our final city is Nashville and our master of ceremonies is Kat Armas.

Summer Travel Series: Melbourne with Devi Abraham

By Jonathan Woodward — August 25, 2021
This week we're off to Melbourne with Devi Abraham, who gives us the lowdown on the Land Down Under.

Summer Travel Series: Los Angeles with Laura Tremaine

By Jonathan Woodward — August 18, 2021
In a bonus summer series, Roxy goes on a journey to see what's what for seekers in other great cities, exploring the spiritual side of four favorite metropolises. This week we hit up Hollywood and the star of our show is Laura Tremaine.

Summer Travel Series: London with Chine McDonald

By Jonathan Woodward — August 11, 2021
In a bonus summer series, Roxy goes on a journey to see what's what for seekers in other great cities, exploring the spiritual side of four favorite metropolises. First up is London, hosted by our top-notch tour guide, Chine McDonald.

Deconstructed. Deconverted. Not Defriended.

By Jonathan Woodward — June 9, 2021
Katelyn and Roxy reflect on friends who have left the faith. Audrey Assad joins the episode to share her own spiritual journey away from Christianity.

Dear Purity Culture: It’s Not Me, It’s You

By Jonathan Woodward — June 2, 2021
Katelyn and Roxy wrestle with what a 'Christian' sexual ethic really looks like — long after the teenage hormones have abated. Christine Emba joins to unflinchingly look at the impacts of purity culture.

Don’t Let Robots Choose Your Soulmate

By Jonathan Woodward — May 26, 2021
In this episode, Katelyn and Roxy ask: is it even possible to meet someone in real life anymore? Enter: Heather Thompson Day, the 'queen of matchmaking.'

How We Survived the Great Evangelical Betrayal

By Jonathan Woodward — May 19, 2021
We're still not sure whether we left the movement that shaped our earliest faith, or whether the movement left us.

Shattering Glass Ceilings … and Glass Steeples

By Jonathan Woodward — May 12, 2021
Can ambition and devotion mix? Katelyn and Roxy talk to two powerhouse women — Shannon Bream and The Rev. Dr. LaKeesha Walrond — about following God's call, be it to the stage or the sanctuary.

Fiercely Feminist. Faithfully Christian.

By Jonathan Woodward — May 5, 2021
Feminism and Christianity are often pitted against each other. But the Bible isn’t the reason why. Katelyn and Roxy are joined by historian Beth Allison Barr, who traces ‘biblical womanhood’ to a less divine origin.

Slowing Down in the City That Never Sleeps

By Jonathan Woodward — April 28, 2021
It's tough to do your devotions when there's so much distraction. Katelyn and Roxy talk to the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest, about finding some peace and quiet in a city that won't shut up.

White Women Aren’t Being Called Out, They’re Being Called In

By Jonathan Woodward — April 21, 2021
(RNS) — Who knew a lipstick color could spark great anti-racist work? Lisa Sharon Harper has wisdom to offer and Roxy and Katelyn have whiteness to explore.
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