Revisiting the Liturgy of "Divorce": a reflection on Moda Spira's new album
Today's post features guest writer (and musician) Rachel Wilhelm . Please look for her bio at the end of the article, inclu...
Ep 72: The 12 Days of Christmas, New Years, and Epiphany
Artwork courtesy of Blair Clark. This is not the final cover to the book, but she is starting to work on it... It reads like a bad j...
Ep 71: Happy Pagan Christmas! (and support Chris's book)
Episode 71 features an interview with Gabi and Petr Michlik about the Christmas traditions they knew growing up in the Czech Republic, tr...
BONUS: Vinyl Release of John Van Deusen's With Every Power Wide Awake
John Van Deusen ( interviewed in Ep. 67 ) has just released his album "With Every Power Wide Awake" on vinyl, so we're taki...
Ep 70: Glenn Kaiser and Michelle Van Loon
Ep. 70 features an interview with Glenn Kaiser, a true music legend. His blues and rock and roots music spans 5 decades, from his work i...
Ep 69: Ex-Mormon Ministry Founder Lynn Wilder
Dr. Lynn Wilder is a retired education professor who began the ministry Ex-Mormon Christians United For Jesus with her husband Michael Wi...
Ep 68: E. Byron Anderson on his book Common Worship
E. Byron Anderson is the Ernest and Bernice Styberg Professor of Worship at Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois...
Ep 67: Singer-songwriter John Van Deusen
Singer-songwriter and musician released his latest album Every Power Wide Awake late last year, and it's slowly been building buzz w...
Ep 66: Alec DeJesus on almost giving up on art and then choosing to keep going
Artist Alec DeJesus was first a guest on the podcast a year ago. Since then he's had some of his highest highs and lowest lows. He fou...
Ep 65: Gretchen Filz of Catholic Company
Gretchen Filz is a writer and communicator with the Catholic Company and an editor at the daily devotional Morning Offering . In our conve...
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