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CulturalSavage

By Aaron J Smith
We are exploring a Christian spirituality of being human.
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Episode 36 - Kathy Khang: Faith Taking Shape
In this episode, I get to talk to my friend Kathy Khang. Kathy Khang is a writer, speaker, and yoga teacher. She is the author of Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent & How to Speak Up (IV Press, 2018), a contributing editor for Sojourners magazine, the co-author of More Than Serving Tea (IV Press, 2006), and the author of Alabaster Guided Meditations, Psalms Vol. 1 and 2 (IV Press, 2020). She also serves as the board chair for Christians for Social Action. Ms. Khang was a newspaper reporter in Green Bay and Milwaukee, WI before spending more than two decades in vocational ministry where she focused on leadership development and training leaders in diversity and justice. She holds a BS in journalism from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. She is based in the north suburbs of Chicago and is honored to be mom to three incredible young adults. Ms. Khang blogs at www.kathykhang.com, is on Twitter and Instagram as @mskathykhang, and posts at www.facebook.com/kathykhangauthor. Twitter: mskathykhang Instagram: mskathykhang Website: KathyKhang.com Podcast: The Facinating Podcast
59:17
March 28, 2022
Episode 35: Kevin Nye - Homelessness
This week, we get to talk to Kevin Nye about homelessness and the church. Kevin Nye works in services and advocacy for the unhoused in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of Fuller Seminary and a writer, with his first book releasing in the Fall of 2022, titled, "Grace Can Lead Us Home: A Christian Call to End Homelessness." Website: kevinmnye.com Twitter: kevinmnye1
55:16
January 17, 2022
Episode 34: Krispin Mayfield - Trauma Informed Church
Welcome back, Krispin Mayfield. This week, we talk about a trauma-informed church. Krispin Mayfield is a therapist trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, working with individuals and couples in Portland, OR. He explores the intersection of spirituality and attachment science on his podcast Attached to the Invisible and has a forthcoming book on the topic, Attached to God. You can follow Krispin on Twitter or Instagram Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/K__Mayfield Instagram: https://www.instagram.com//krispinmayfield
01:00:06
January 10, 2022
Episode 33 - Matt Nightingale
This week, I got to have a thoughtful conversation with Matt Nightingale. Matt Nightingale is a pastor, musician, speaker, writer and spiritual director living and working in San Francisco’s North Bay Area. He is founder and president of Common Sanctuary, and co-pastor (along with his long-time best friend, Tony Gapastione) of The Quest, a progressive American Baptist church in Marin County. He is also a spiritual director and support group facilitator with The Christian Closet, which offers web-based counseling, coaching, and spiritual direction for LGBTQ Christians. Matt is the proud father of four adult children: Joshua, Jacob, Emily and Zachary. www.mattnightingale.com www.commonsanctuary.org www.thechristiancloset.com www.wearethequest.org www.journeycentersantarosa.org Social media: www.facebook.com/mattnightingale www.twitter.com/mattnightingale www.instagram.com/mattnightingale
55:32
June 21, 2021
Episode 32 - Winn Collier
Today I have the pleasure of talking to Winn Collier. A pastor for 25 years, Collier was the founding pastor of All Souls Charlottesville in Virginia. He now directs the Eugene Peterson Center for Christian Imagination at Western Theological Seminary in Michigan. He holds a PhD from the University of Virginia, where he focused on the intersection of religion and literary fiction. Collier and his wife, Miska, a spiritual director, live in Holland, Michigan, with their two sons. Buy A Burning In My Bones here. Winn Collier's website.
43:24
April 19, 2021
Episode 31 - Abby Norman
This week, I got to talk once again to the fabulous Abby Norman. Abby Norman is a pastor, teacher, mother, and wife who lives and loves in the city of Atlanta. She has two kids, a naughty dog, and a husband she married before her brain was fully developed. She is very glad that worked out as well as it has. Abby pastors a small church on the outskirts of the Atlanta suburbs and still has enough words to continue blogging and showing up regularly on all social media outlets as @abbynormansays. Abby has a book coming out in May of 2021 from Broadleaf press: You CAN talk to God like that: The surprising power of lament to save your faith. Pre-order Abby's book "You CAN Talk to God Like That" https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Talk-Like-That/dp/150646906X/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=you+can+talk+to+god+like+that&qid=1599695678&sr=8-1 Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/abbynormansays Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbynormansays Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbynormansays/
01:01:07
April 12, 2021
Episode 30 - Robert Vore
Robert Vore is an Atlanta-area therapist with a particular focus in adolescents & young adults. He’s also a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Instructor for groups of any size and offers trainings & consultations to churches, ministries, & other groups on topics such as the intersection of faith & mental health, youth development, college student mental health and maintaining your mental health while working in ministry.    He’s also an advocate online for better mental health engagement in faith communities, with writing featured on Relevant, The Mighty, Thought Catalog, Patheos, and more. He’s the creator and Co-Host of CXMH: a Podcast on Faith & Mental Health. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobertVore Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertvore/ CXMH Podcast: https://cxmhpodcast.com/
52:53
March 29, 2021
Episode 29 - Becky Castle Miller
Becky Castle Miller is a writer and speaker on emotional, mental, and spiritual health in the church. She recently graduated from Northern Seminary with a master's in New Testament Context, studying with Scot McKnight. Her discipleship workbook with Dr. McKnight is called Following King Jesus. She is working on a new book about Jesus's emotions. She and her husband and their five kids and two cats just relocated to the US after living in the Netherlands for the past 8 years, working at an international church. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/bcastlemiller
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March 01, 2021
Episode 28 - Rachel Ward
Rachael Ward (they/them) is a public theologian and LGBTQ+ activist currently pursuing their Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Practical Theology at Columbia Theological Seminary. They are the co-founder of Bible Queery, a collective focused on offering one-on-one and group facilitation for queer people of faith. Rachael deeply believes in the healing nature of narrative and lives within the liminal space between the academy, the Church, and the public square. Rachael lives in Atlanta with their wife, Chelsea, and two fur babies - Jack and Frances. Social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/queerinfaith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/queerinfaith Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/queerinfaith YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/biblequeery
01:02:23
February 22, 2021
Episode 27- Jenna DeWitt and Kelly Wolfe
This week, I get to bring you a special conversation between Jenna DeWitt, Kelly Wolfe, and myself. Jenna DeWitt is an aromantic asexual Methodist. She spent a decade writing and editing in Christian media, and now edits a wide variety of publications from websites to books to articles to curriculum. She holds a bachelor of arts in journalism from Baylor University. She's originally from the border of Eastern New Mexico and the West Texas Panhandle, but now she lives in sunny Southern California. You can read her blog, Invisible Cake Society, and find her on Twitter at @Jenna_DeWitt for more on queer advocacy within the church, singleness, mental health, and pop culture. Kelly Wolfe is a 33 year old woman and native of the Dallas area, where she works as an insurance agent. She is single, the proud aunt of two precious nephews, and a dog mom to a 16-year-old Chihuahua named Wilson. She is a creative, a question-asker, an Enneagram 8w9, and a lover of all the http://animals.As a lifelong church girl, Kelly spent 30 years in conservative evangelicalism, but now identifies as “60% Episcopal, 40% ELCA Lutheran”. She was confirmed in her Episcopal church in 2020. You can find her on Twitter and IG @kellykwolfe. Note: This episode contains a frank and honest conversation about sex and masturbation. You will hear my kids bust in, but I was recording with headphones so they didn't hear any of our conversations, as it's not age-appropriate for them. 
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February 15, 2021
Episode 26 - Krispin Mayfield
This week we get to have an amazing conversation with Krispin Mayfield Krispin Mayfield is a therapist trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, working with individuals and couples in Portland, OR. He explores the intersection of spirituality and attachment science on his podcast Attached to the Invisible and has a forthcoming book on the topic. You can follow Krispin on Twitter or Instagram Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/K__Mayfield Instagram: https://www.instagram.com//krispinmayfield
01:02:57
February 08, 2021
Episode 25 - Jan Owen
This week, I got to talk to a new friend Jan Owen. Jan Owen is a grief counselor and the author of Fighting Forward. Jan received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alabama, with a depth study in leadership. Jan spent 15 years as a licensed and ordained worship pastor. She is also the founder and president of the Give Worship Project, a non-profit which provided training for indigenous leaders. Jan graduated graduate school with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She owns a Private practice, specializing in grief. Social Media: https://twitter.com/janjowen
56:49
February 01, 2021
Episode 24 - Justin McRoberts
This week we get to talk to Justin McRoberts. Justin lives in the East San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two kids. He coaches artists, leaders and ministers along with writing books on the practices of prayer and creativity Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justinmcroberts/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustinRMcRoberts Twitter: https://twitter.com/justinmcroberts
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January 25, 2021
Episode 23 - K.J. Ramsey
In this week's episode, we get an amazing conversation with K.J. Ramsey. K.J. Ramsey (BA, Covenant College, MA, Denver Seminary) is a licensed professional counselor, writer, and recovering idealist who believes sorrow and joy coexist. She is the author of This Too Shall Last: Finding Grace When Suffering Lingers, and her writing has been published in Christianity Today, RELEVANT, The Huffington Post, Fathom Magazine, Health Central, and more on the integration of theology, psychology, and spiritual formation. She and her husband live in Denver, Colorado. Follow K.J.'s writing at kjramsey.com and across social media at @kjramseywrites. Social Media: Twitter: http://twitter.com/kjramseywrites Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kjramseywrites Instagram: http://instagram.com/kjramseywrites
44:53
January 18, 2021
Episode 22 - Amie Waters
This week I got to have a fascinating conversation with Amie Waters In her own words, "My name is Amie, I make music and run a youtube channel where I mostly do cover songs from video games, tv shows and movies. I also make original music and compose music for anyone who needs it." Social Media: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/acewatersthe3rd Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amiewatersmusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/amiewatersmusic
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January 11, 2021
Episode 21 - Marlena Graves
This week I get to share with you the conversation with Marlena Graves. Marlena Graves is a writer and adjunct professor. She worked at the Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC) with migrant farm workers and urban youth, in non-profits, and in pastoral associate roles. Marlena holds an MDiv from Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, New York, and is a graduate of the Renovaré Institute. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD in American Cultural Studies at Bowling Green State University. She has been a bylined writer for Christianity Today, (in)courage, womenleaders.com, and Our Daily Bread and numerous other venues. She is the author of The Way Up Is Down: Becoming Yourself by Forgetting Yourself (IVP) and the upcoming Enneagram 9 Daily Readings (IVP, 2021). She is also the author of A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness (Brazos Press, 2014). She lives with her husband and three daughters in Toledo, Ohio. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarlenaGraves
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January 04, 2021
Episode 20 - Jessica Kantrowitz
This week, we get to talk to the lovely Jessica Kantrowitz. Jessica Kantrowitz is a writer and theologian living in Boston, Massachusetts. She writes about theology, culture, social justice, and chronic illness, including her own struggles with depression and migraines. Her writing has been featured in places like Sojourners, Think Christian, The Good Men Project, and Our Bible App. The Long Night: Readings and Stories to Help You through Depression is her first book. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jfkantrowitz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tenthousandplaces.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicafaithkantrowitz/
42:10
December 28, 2020
Episode 19 - Ben Howard
This week, I got to talk to Ben Howard. Ben Howard is an editor at The United Methodist Publishing House and host of the Let's Talk About the Bible podcast. He received his Master’s in Theological Studies from Lipscomb University and currently resides in Nashville. He has been described by his friends as “a huggable muppet” and “not intimidating.” Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenHowardOPT Podcast: https://letstalkaboutthebible.libsyn.com/ Chaos provided by my family.
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December 21, 2020
Episode 18 - Ana Evans
Today, I got to talk to Ana Evans. Ana Evans is a survivor of domestic violence and stalking. She is the co-chair for the Crime Victims Advisory Council, CVAC. CVAC is a group of survivors of violent crime. They participate in training for those who work with victims, including those in the Criminal Justice System as well as community organizations. They tell their stories to inmates in pre-release victim impact programs in the Colorado Department of Corrections. Ana has testified on several domestic violence bills that have passed into law. She is a certified Yoga instructor, Reiki Master and teacher with an emphasis on trauma recovery. She leads workshops with survivors to help them own their stories and use them to affect change. Ana is passionate about educating people about domestic violence and helping those who have experienced it learn to live well and peacefully. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsalwaysand
56:34
December 14, 2020
Episode 17 - Diana Butler Bass
This week, I have the pleasure of talking to Diana Butler Bass. Diana Butler Bass, Ph.D., is an award-winning author, popular speaker, inspiring preacher, and one of America’s most trusted commentators on religion and contemporary spirituality. She holds a doctorate in religious studies from Duke University and is the author of ten books, including Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks. She has commented on religion, politics, and culture in the media widely including on CBS, CNN, PBS, NPR, CBC, FOX, Sirius XM, TIME, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and in multiple global news outlets. She and her husband live in Alexandria, Virginia, with their dog and their sometimes-successful backyard garden. Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianabutlerbass Substack: https://dianabutlerbass.substack.com website: http://dianabutlerbass.com/
48:59
December 07, 2020
Episode 16 - Abby Norman
This week, I got to talk to the fabulous Abby Norman. Abby Norman is a pastor, teacher, mother, and wife who lives and loves in the city of Atlanta. She has two kids, a naughty dog, and a husband she married before her brain was fully developed. She is very glad that worked out as well as it has. Abby pastors a small church on the outskirts of the Atlanta suburbs and still has enough words to continue blogging and showing up regularly on all social media outlets as @abbynormansays. Abby has a book coming out in May of 2021 from Broadleaf press: You CAN talk to God like that: The surprising power of lament to save your faith. Pre-order Abby's book "You CAN Talk to God Like That" https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Talk-Like-That/dp/150646906X/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=you+can+talk+to+god+like+that&qid=1599695678&sr=8-1 Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/abbynormansays Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbynormansays Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbynormansays/
51:06
November 30, 2020
Episode 15 - Doug Bursch
In this episode, I talk to my long time twitter friend Doug Bursch. Douglas S. Bursch co-pastors Evergreen Foursquare Church in Auburn, Washington and is the host of The Fairly Spiritual Show podcast. He is married to his lifelong sweetheart, Jennifer. They enjoy raising their four children together and ministering as a team. Doug received his Doctor of Ministry at Portland Seminary of George Fox University. Doug produced and hosted over 1,200 Christian radio broadcasts. His first book is The Community of God: A Theology of the Church From a Reluctant Pastor. His latest book will be released in April 2020. It is titled Posting Peace: Why Social Media Divides Us and What We Can Do About It. For more information go to http://Fairlyspiritual.org. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/fairlyspiritual
51:54
November 23, 2020
Episode 14 - Jenna DeWitt
This week, we get to hear from Jenna DeWitt. Jenna DeWitt is an aromantic asexual Methodist. She spent a decade writing and editing in Christian media, and now edits a wide variety of publications from websites to books to articles to curriculum. She holds a bachelor of arts in journalism from Baylor University. She's originally from the border of Eastern New Mexico and the West Texas Panhandle, but now she lives in sunny Southern California. You can read her blog, Invisible Cake Society, and find her on Twitter at @Jenna_DeWitt for more on queer advocacy within the church, singleness, mental health, and pop culture. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jenna_DeWitt Blog: https://invisiblecakesociety.wordpress.com/ Note: Background noise provided by my family.
54:37
November 16, 2020
Episode 13 - James Prescott
This week, I have a very vulnerable conversation with James Prescott. James Prescott is an author, blogger and host of the Poema Podcast, which explores the spiritual journey, mental health, grief & creativity. His book ‘Mosaic of Grace’ was published in 2017 and is available on Amazon. He also authored ‘Dance of the Writer: A Beginners Guide to Authentic Writing’ which is available free on his website. James has also written for Huffington Post and Thrive Global. You can find his work at https://jamesprescott.co.uk/ Social Media: Twitter: @JamesPrescott77 Instagram: @JamesPrescott77 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JamesPrescottWriter
01:12:46
November 09, 2020
Episode 12 - Robbie Hurlocker
This week, I have a fantastic conversation with Robbie Hurlocker. Robbie Hurlocker comes to us from Oklahoma City where he sits on the Board of Elders for Simplicity Christian Church, an open and affirming Disciples of Christ congregation. He's passionate about liberation theology and civic movements for social justice. His free time is mostly spent as a jungle-gym for his 6-year-old girl, but he's also prone to pouring himself into various creative outlets from poetry-writing to reading to Dungeons and Dragons. You can find Robbie online at @alphaknight on Twitter, where he spends most of his time engaging with ex-evangelical discussions about theology. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/alphaknight Note: there was some chaos at the end of this episode brought to you by my youngest son.
01:06:32
November 02, 2020
Episode - 11 Chelsea Anderson
This week, I got to know Chelsea Anderson. Chelsea is a writer, speaker and advocate. She is especially passionate about mental health awareness and suicide prevention, especially in the LGBTQ and veteran/service member communities. She’s a Christian who also happens to be bisexual.Chelsea feels like she’s constantly deconstructing, questioning and discovering what it REALLY means to follow Jesus. Chelsea hopes to let others who’ve struggled to embrace their full identity know they’re not alone. Her story of overcoming mental health struggles, losing shame from perceived “failures” and embracing her full identity gives hope to those on similar journeys. Chelsea is in the midst of launching a spiritual coaching business. If any part of her story sounds familiar and you’d like help on your own journey, please do reach out. Chelsea can be found at www.chelseananderson.com. Social Media: Twitter: @justbchelsea Instagram: @justbchelsea
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October 26, 2020
Episode - 10 Nate Crawford
This week, I interviewed Nate Crawford. Nate is currently a campus minister at Ancilla College in Donaldson, IN. He lives in Plymouth, IN with his wife of 17 years, his 3 sons, and his dog. Nate has a PhD in Constructive Theology from Loyola University Chicago. He started attending church in the evangelical tradition, but through his studies he moved away from that form of faith. Currently, he is finishing a degree in mental health counseling with the goal of becoming a licensed mental health counselor. Nate also lives with mental illness. He has bipolar 2 disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. He has been a mental health advocate for the last 6 years or so. He founded an organization called Here/Hear that advocated for people with mental health issues. Nate is also qualified to do QPR Suicide Prevention trainings. In his spare time, Nate enjoys watching the Cubs, playing music, painting, camping, and other activities with his family. Social Media: Twitter: @nmcrawford Instagram: @nmcrawford Note: There were some technical difficulties and glitches in this episode. Please bear with us and listen through the entire episode. The conversation is worth it.
49:37
October 19, 2020
Episode 9 - Christelle
Christelle is a single mom of 3 boys, though two are men and 1 is 14! Her favorite past time is to gather around the table with friends. With family. To share stories. To listen. And in moments, of listening, we realize, we are all more alike than different. She loves to talk about Love. Hope. Grace. And the hard things like death, heartbreak. The topics some try to avoid, yet they loom in the silence until someone shines the light there. She longs to bring light to the shadows and secrets to the surface. But mostly, she loves to sit with friends and chat. Coffee in hand. It is in moments, around the table, that she's found Divinity. Love. Hope. Grace. Laughter. Tears. Healing. You can find a bit more about me here: https://christellelerryn.com/about/ Social Media info: Twitter: @sdchristelle Instagram: @sd.christelle LIVES with cohost Tim Lewis: Facebook.com/ohnonotanotherliveshow LIVES: Facebook.com/ChristelleLerryn Website: ChristelleLerryn.com Note: Audio background noise and brief moments of chaos provided by my family.
45:52
October 12, 2020
Episode 8 - Bekah Rhea
This week, I interviewed Bekah Rhea. A native of Knoxville, TN, Bekah obtained her Master's of Divinity from Mercer's McAfee School of Theology, including a certificate in Community Transformation. She's been involved in mission work in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Cambodia, and throughout the Southeastern US. Her research interests have included contemplative spirituality and the arts, reframing theology of disability, and faith development across religious traditions. She is currently a freelance writer, editor, and dream interpretation coach based in Raleigh, NC. You can find her website-in-progress at bekalog.wordpress.com, or check out her Twitter @bekcrhea. Twitter: @bekcrhea
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October 05, 2020
Episode 7 - Melissa Scott-Dixon
This week, I interviewed Melissa Scott-Dixon. Melissa Scott-Dixon is a Licensed Professional Counselor, writer, and seminary student who’s passionate about de-stigmatizing mental health conversations in faith spaces. She writes and presents regularly on recovery, mindfulness, faith, and feminism. She’s currently a candidate for ministry in the United Methodist Church with dreams of creating radically open and inclusive spaces for worship, community, and activism. She lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband and three cats. Twitter: @methodist_mel Insta: @melissa.scott.dixon
51:35
September 28, 2020
Episode 6 - Jonathan Puddle
This week, I had the absolute pleasure of talking to Jonathan Puddle. Jonathan is the 2020 winner of the David Mainse Award for Best Blog of the Year, and is also a children’s church speaker, and host of the popular interview show, The Puddcast. Jonathan spent 13 years in the Canadian Christian Charitable sector as a business leader, before launching into podcasting and writing full-time. Born in New Zealand and having lived in many nations, Jonathan teaches from a culturally rich & spiritually inclusive framework. Jonathan and his family reside in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Visit Jonathan online at jonathanpuddle.com and follow on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook at @jonathanpuddle. Social media: Website: https://jonathanpuddle.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonathanpuddle Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathanpuddle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonathanpuddle/
55:52
September 21, 2020
Episode 5 - Brandon Johnson
Today, I talked to my good friend Brandon Johnson. Brandon has a Master of Arts in Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling from George Fox University, and is a therapist in private practice in Oregon City, OR. He is also the Director of Client Services at Family SkillBuilders. He also holds a Master of Divinity from Western Seminary and has spent the last five years as a member of an intentional Christian community and church-based in Portland, called the Springwater Community. Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/OldSongNewDance Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oldsongnewdance Blog: https://oldsongnewdance.com/
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September 14, 2020
Episode 4- Matthew Ryan Wuestenberg
Today I got to interview a long time friend Matthew Ryan Wuestenberg. Matthew is a missionary from Detroit, Michigan preparing for ministry in Alaska. He and his wife are foster parents with 5 adopted daughters and plan to continue fostering in Alaska. Their primary focus is serving children with congenital disabilities, especially Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). Email: Ryan@thesheep.org
45:04
September 07, 2020
Episode 3 - Ethan Bryan
This week I got to interview my good, long time friend Ethan Bryan. Ethan D. Bryan is convinced that good stories bring people together. His baseball stories have landed him an invitation to the White House, an invitation to speak at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and brief appearances in two documentaries. Ethan lives in Springfield, Missouri, with his wife, Jamie, and daughters, Kaylea and Sophie. He still dreams of playing baseball for his beloved Kansas City Royals. His writing can be found at ethanbryan.com. Social Media: Twitter: @Ethan_Bryan Facebook: @EthanBryanStories Preorder "A Year Of Playing Catch" from your local bookseller, Hearts & Minds bookstore, or from Ethan's Website.
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August 31, 2020
Episode 2 - Jennifer Neyhart
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Jennifer Neyhart.  Jennifer Neyhart has been studying the Bible, theology, and C. S. Lewis for most of her life. As a preacher’s kid, she practically lived at church and was immersed in Scripture at home and church. In 2009 she earned her Master’s in English but in 2014 she sensed a call to go to seminary. She completed her Master’s of Theological Studies in 2019 and is now going back to seminary to get her Masters of Divinity degree at Louisville Seminary. Follow her on Twitter @JenniferNeyhart and her website where she occasionally writes: www.JenniferNeyhart.com  Social Media:  Twitter: https://twitter.com/JenniferNeyhart  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JenniferNeyhart/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferNeyhart/  Note: Audio background noise provided by my family.
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August 24, 2020
Episode 1- Traci Rhoades
Today, I interviewed Traci Rhoades, a blogger, author, and church explorer. Traci writes on her blog, Traces of Faith, from her kitchen table in rural Michigan, not far at all from Lake Michigan’s shoreline. She dreams of a world where Christians live out Jesus's prayer found in John 17:21; that we would all be one. Her first book, Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost, is out now. Social media: https://www.facebook.com/tracesoffaithblog https://www.instagram.com/tracesoffaithblog https://www.twitter.com/tracesoffaith Blog: https://www.tracesoffaith.com Book: Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost
47:44
August 18, 2020
Addendum
I ask for grace when I mess up, which I'm going to do.
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August 18, 2020
Episode 0 - The Intro
A quick introduction to Aaron and the question.
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August 17, 2020