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Making Spaces with Rev. Sarah Heath & Josie Jimenez

Making Spaces with Rev. Sarah Heath & Josie Jimenez

By Sarah Heath
We live in a social/political climate that thrives on making us divided. Changing that will require proximity and relationships, but the most inclusive spaces are often aesthetically uninviting and falling apart. This show wants to change that! Join Rev. Sarah Heath and Josie Jimenez as they share their dream of moving us from a D.I.Y to a D.I.T (do it together) culture. Each week they chat with an expert about making space- aesthetically, theologically, socially, politically etc. This is a show where no church/synagogue/community center closet is left unturned.
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18. The One Where Sarah Talks to Musician Drew Brown About being a Peace Maker

Making Spaces with Rev. Sarah Heath & Josie Jimenez

18. The One Where Sarah Talks to Musician Drew Brown About being a Peace Maker

Making Spaces with Rev. Sarah Heath & Josie Jimenez

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44. Halleemah Nash on Making Space to Create What Your Younger Self Needed
This week’s space maker is Halleemah Nash. Halleemah is a proud product of Compton, California – a city that has greatly shaped her ambition, values, and interest in reaching back as she climbs. She is a first-generation college graduate who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Howard University, and a Master of Divinity from Duke University and Certificate in Nonprofit Management from North Carolina Central University. Her resume is impressive working with everyone from the United Nations to the celebrity brand of Kobe Bryant- but her heart has always been in creating spaces for other people to have a chance to be mentored and creating  ecosystems that nurture and cultivate diverse talent . All the work she does is as she says “in service to the younger me” being the person she needed as she was growing up. The conversation talks about the importance of representation, the reason why rest is nothing less than Holy, and why sometimes we have to create the thing we most needed. Find Halleemah and Rosecrans Ventures https://www.rosecransventures.com/ www.instagram.com/rosecransmade Follow on tiktok and Twitter too- @rosecransmade For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
55:09
March 23, 2021
43. Peter Lublink on Making Space for Empowering International Aid
This week’s space maker, Peter Lublink, is the executive director of the non profit organization, BethanyKids. The organization helps train surgeons, and makes it fiscally possible for them to serve their own communities in 7 different African countries. The program also helps fund pediatric care for children in those areas. This conversation went everywhere from the need for us to acknowledge systemic racism to the power of movies like Black Panther and the need to not be paralyzed into inaction. For more on Peter and Bethanykids www.Bethanykids.org For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
54:57
March 16, 2021
42. Brenda Davies on Making Space to Be Inquisitive, Fearless, Sex-Positive Christians
Often Making Space requires us to step out of the communities and the mindsets we previously held closely. After taking that step out it can be surprising when we discover that wholeness and integration require us to make peace with the places we once had to reject and to share new perspectives and experiences with both our old and new communities. This week’s Space Maker Brenda Davies never set out to become an expert in Christian sexual ethics/ theology, nor when she packed her bags for Hollywood did she see herself becoming a youtube star, but once she experienced an awakening she ended up becoming both and making space not just for herself but for thousands of other people who weren’t able to find spaces online. She now invites other people to become inquisitive, fearless, sex-positive, free-thinking Christians in the modern world. This conversation is filled with grace and empathy for people who have experienced and shared toxic values. Content warning- You may feel your own trauma activated by some of the content of this episode- it discusses sex, hook-up culture, embodiment, and abusive relationships. Please listen with awareness, and listener discretion is advised. For More On Brenda www.godisgrey.com www.instagram.com/godisgrey and www.youtube.com/godisgrey For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
01:02:24
March 9, 2021
41. Season Three Opener with Kevin Garcia
Season Three of Making Spaces had to begin with one of our favorite space makers... Kevin Garcia. Kevin is a Spiritual Director and Intuitive Life Coach. Through his work as a digital pastor and public theologian, Kevin has used their writing, podcast, and YouTube Channel to help foster communities of authentic spiritual seeking, helping people pull apart bad theology and beginning to reconstruct sustainable spiritual practices. Kevin is a fantastic conversation partner and a recurring guest of the making spaces podcast. This episode includes a conversation about why we need to face mortality to truly live, and how to make space for our own grief. Kevin reminded us that grief is a lovely dancing partner and that only by being willing to dance can we move through our grief and continue to dance with all the partners life throws at us!  Content warning- You may feel your own trauma activated by some of the content of this episode- it discusses death, the use of drugs, and spiritual trauma. Please listen with awareness and listener discretion is advised.  For More on Kevin www.thekevinGarcia.com www.badtheologykills.com @thekevingarcia For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
55:36
March 2, 2021
40. The One About the Healing Power of Art with Lanecia Rouse Tinsley
How do you know when it's time to step out of “good work” to make space for “great work?” After a traumatic loss Lanecia Rouse Tinsley, this week’s space maker, took the bold leap of stepping out of creative ministry with those experiencing homelessness to become a full time creative herself. Lanecia is now a multidisciplinary visual artist and the owner and creator of LAR Art Studio. Her artistic portfolio includes a range of work in abstract painting, photography, teaching, writing, speaking. Her workshop and community art experiences challenge others to make space for their own creativity. This conversation was inspiring, and challenges the notion that art has to be a discipline of difficulty instead of a pursuit of passion. For More on Lanecia go to her website http://www.larartphotography.com/ Or Catch her on Instagram www.instagram.com/larartstudio For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
01:06:21
January 19, 2021
39. The One about Being Original with Recording Artist I.V King
How is being in a cover band a little like living your life in “the closet”? Well listen to this episode and find out. This week we talk to space maker Ivy Schulte known by her stage name at I.V King.  I.V is a former church kid/ drummer, bible college graduate, banker, touring musician, and now solo recording artist. Getting to this point has taken a lot of space making for herself and others. In this conversation, I.V shares great wisdom around knowing the right time to take a leap into something new. Make sure to stay all the way to the end where I.V shares her debut solo release “City Girl.” For More on I.V Music- http://hyperurl.co/n28h2c Instagram www.instagram.com/i.v_king For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez *Oops a small show note- Stephen is a drummer in Nashville not LA :) Sorry Stephen!
01:10:49
January 12, 2021
38.5 Twenty Twenty Fun
It's 2021 and Josie and Sarah are looking forward to a year filled with… well take a listen and find out. Don’t forget to subscribe, comment, like to help get the show out to new listeners this year. Also check out the Patreon where you can help support the show and for those in the $25.00 range you will receive a quarterly makers box filled with all kinds of cool space making goodness. This year really is going to be twenty twenty fun! (ok Sarah made that term up just humor her and use it once.) For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
24:60
January 5, 2021
38. The One Where Dr. Tripp Fuller Explains the Connection Between Good Theology and Beer.
How can you make diverse “ivory tower” theology interesting, and even palatable to the masses? The same way you make well crafted beer- by being intentional about the ingredients you put in, and being willing to share the process. This week’s space making guest is Dr. Tripp Fuller. Tripp is currently a professor in Edinburgh Scotland and the creator/host of the beloved podcast “Homebrewed Christianity.” He has spent his career opening up the theological palate of people by making theology approachable, interesting, and dare we even say fun. His ability to both love the church, and see its faults allows people to do the same. This is a really fun conversation about making space for the intellectual pursuit of spirituality and theological difference. For More on Tripp, his books, and his podcast check out www.trippfuller.com For Making Spaces Merch: www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast BIG NEWS!!! To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
01:22:05
December 29, 2020
37. The Christmas One With Cathie Capp Pregnant teen, Princeton Grad and Empathic Pastor.
Happy Holidays Space Makers! This is a very special episode featuring Rev. Cathie Capp, an ordained pastor who has an incredibly compelling story of overcoming other’s expectations after leaving high school early and having a child at 16. Cathie went on to beat the odds, becoming a social worker at the very organization that housed her during her pregnancy, and later an ordained United Methodist Pastor. This is a powerful conversation about our need for empathy and how our little decisions make a big difference! For more on Cathie www.Uumcirvine.org for more on the pregnant teen home Cathie shares about www.stannes.org For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej use discount code FLITHYANIMAL Enedina Artesania Mexicana online https://www.facebook.com/Enedina-Artesania-Mexicana-100790441710977 This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
50:12
December 22, 2020
Ep. 36 The One Where Dan Davidson Takes the Next Logical Steps
This week we talk to Dan Davidson, a community pastor/ entrepreneur/ mentor/ coffee shop owner who took the obstacle of an unwanted coffee cart and created a business training program for local at risk-youth. That coffee cart eventually became a cafe that hosts events for the entire community. From concerts, to protest art shows, Rosebud Cafe is known throughout Pasadena for its social impact. Dan is an incredible space maker who has been able to navigate big challenges by just focusing on the next logical step. This conversation contains lots of practical tools for creating sustainable/meaningful work. In a year like 2020 we all need a reminder that our obstacles can sometimes be the birthplace of our biggest opportunities. For more on Dan and the coffee shop check out Rosebud Cafe  https://www.rosebudcoffee.com and https://ceeprograms.com/ For More on Making Spaces For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast Stay in touch and send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com **Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review for Making Spaces Podcast on apple podcasts, and youtube. This Weeks Partners: Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej use discount code FLITHYANIMAL Enedina Artesania Mexicana online https://www.facebook.com/Enedina-Artesania-Mexicana-100790441710977 This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
01:00:46
December 15, 2020
35. The One Where Laura Foster Teaches Us How to Become Human Beings.
This week on the show we had an incredible conversation with space maker and professional coach Laura Foster. Laura helps people to rethink their vocation and reclaim their human being”ness” and stop being what she calls a “human doing.” After a very successful career in the fashion industry a cancer diagnosis caused Laura to reevaluate her priorities. She ended up leaving her position to go on a search for what brought her joy and purpose. She ended up getting a masters in spiritual psychology and creating a coaching business that helps people move beyond the labels to evaluate what they really want to create and how they want to take up space in the world. This episode is filled with tons of practical ways to start reimagining your vocation and the ways that you can make space for your passions and dreams even without leaving the job you already have. For more on Laura you can find her at www.laurafostercoaching.com or on instagram www.instagram.com/laurafostercoaching For Making Spaces Merch www.society6.com/makingspacespodcast To Support the Show, Become an Official Space Maker, and Get Cool Swag https://www.patreon.com/makingspacespodcast To send us an email makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Follow us www.instagram.com/makingspacespodcast Catch us on youtube www.youtube.com/revsarahheath or search making spaces podcast www.makingspacespodcast.com Don’t Forget to Check out our sponsors- and please subscribe and leave a review! Shop. the J www.etsy.com/shop/shopthej use discount code FLITHYANIMAL This week’s episode was edited by Josie Jimenez
52:07
December 8, 2020
34. The One with Space Maker, Engineer, Shoe Designer, and General Bad Ass Ana Kraft
This week’s space maker Ana Kraft is an incredible inspiration. Ana is a project engineer, who happens to speak four languages (NBD,) and has developed a workwear line for women that is designed to break down barriers in STEM industries. Ana came to the US from Southern Germany and has become a space maker for women in STEM. Not satisfied with wearing safety shoes designed for men she took it upon herself to change the entire industry creating Xena Workwear for Women. As she says “What you wear has a major impact on your self-confidence, which in turn impacts a number of other job-related factors, including performance, promotability, and long-term career success.” This conversation is filled with hope and we are so glad Ana the time to sit down with us and share how we can make space for women in male dominated spaces. For more on Ana and her company check out www.xenaworkwear.com To get in touch with us at Making Spaces follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath Leave us a voicemail at www.anchor.fm/makingspaces To Get Some Making Spaces Merch go to https://society6.com/makingspacespodcast
57:23
December 1, 2020
33. The One with Revolutionary Children's Book Author Matthew Paul Turner
This week we talk to another renaissance creative, Matthew Paul Turner! He is a memoir author, journalist, photographer and children’s book creator. Matthew has been on the forefront of revolutionizing faith based children’s books by creating inclusive texts that any child can enjoy. From using all pronouns to refer to God to being intentional about the language he uses to include all types of families, he is making way for a world that includes all stories. Listen to be inspired by one creative’s journey from self-publishing to being part of a major publication house and how never giving up on your dreams and creativity really is always the way to go. To learn more about Matthew Check out His Instagram www.instagram.com/matthewpaulturner His Website https://matthewpaulturner.com/ To get in touch with us at Making Spaces follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast”
01:07:09
November 24, 2020
32. The One with Renaissance Creative Steven Homestead
In a world that increasingly tells you that being specialized will lead to success is it possible to be a renaissance person? This week we talk to Steven Homestead, a true renaissance creative. Steven is a musician/graphic artist/ poet and a “story architect.” This conversation is filled with inspiration and dives into what success looks like, how to allow different forms of creativity to inform other forms, and why progress often looks like willingness to be an amateur. For more on Steven check out his instagram www.instagram.com/scubahomie and believe it or not you can find him on myspace- let us know how that works!  To get in touch with us at Making Spaces follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast”
52:51
November 17, 2020
31. The One Where Chris Rodriguez Explains the Language of Movement
This week we share our incredible conversation with Pastor/Musician/Dancer/Embodiment Coach Chris Rodriguez. Chris challenges us to think about movement as an actual language. Chris asserts that when we make space for that language we start to live from a soulful place that helps us make space for ourselves and others. This is one of our favorite conversations! Stick around all the way till the end as Chris give us the saying for our first piece of merch “You belong here because you are here!” Details coming soon… For more on Chris https://chrisrodriguezmovement.com And our listeners can get a free ebook from Chris! The ebook includes: Step-by-step mindfulness prompts A step-by-step breathing practice Suggested movement techniques Original daily poems Reflection questions https://fabulous-artisan-8467.ck.page/e18139ae23 To get in touch with us at Making Spaces   follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
01:09:24
November 10, 2020
30. The One Where Artist Scott Erickson Makes Space for Wonder.
Sometimes we have to make space for wonder, but how do you do that with things that are familiar? This week we talk to visual artist/spiritual director Scott Erickson about how to make space for wonder even during seasons you don’t enjoy. The conversation goes everywhere from why people don’t remember long sermons, but they will remember what the space looked and felt like to why Christmas can be the least inspiring season.  Scott’s incredible son Jones even joins us with some fun background vocals. This conversation couldn’t come at a better time when so much seems unsure and many are looking to find meaning in the mystery. For more on Scott Instagram @scottthepainter www.scottericksonart.com To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
01:05:39
November 3, 2020
29. The One Where Rob and Rob Explain our Common Threads.
Is it possible to use research to make space for people? A couple of years ago Pastor Rob Rynders set out to answer that question and ended up creating Social Thread a group for people who are looking for community. Social Thread seeks to help people belong and thrive as they explore their faith on their own terms. This week we talk to Rob and his codirector Robert Payne (two Robs are better than one) as they share about what a community looks like when it isn’t centered around shared beliefs. The last 20 mins of this one are profound… but don’t skip ahead. For more on Rob and Robert check out- https://socialthread.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/socialthread To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
01:04:30
October 27, 2020
28. The One Where Sarah Begins her Airstream Dream
A brief announcement as Sarah begins her Airstream Dream with an epic road trip.  To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
02:51
October 20, 2020
27. The One Where Rev. Mandy McDow Makes Space for the Things That Are Not Negotiable
What if churches were serious about not having walls? This week we talk to Rev. Mandy McDow the lead pastor of First United Methodist of Las Angeles a completely outdoor church. We often talk about churches without walls, well this church literally has no walls. This conversation deals with the reality that no space is static and making space often means being willing to risk getting down to the essentials. For More on Mandy check her out on twitter @revmama and @badassldypastor and check out her community on instagram at www.instagram.com/lafirstumc To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
01:05:09
October 13, 2020
26. The One Where Carly Bell Helps Us Reimagine and Redefine Success in Business
This week we talk to the absolutely innovative Carly Bell of Whole Co. Media about her approach to helping entrepreneurs find their own versions of success. She tells us all about her “magic sauce” and how it all revolves around authenticity and knowing all of your strengths by name. If you need a little empowerment, this is the episode for you. You can find Carly on Instagram, where she shares insider tips and tricks for FREE: instagram.com/wholecomedia To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
53:08
October 6, 2020
25. The One Where Trent Thompson Shares Why Art Is More Than Work Made by Poor People for Rich People.
This week's Space Maker is artist Trent Thompson. In a world where it can feel like art is all about self-promotion, Trent is all about helping others. In this episode, we talk about the passions behind his people based projects and how Trent is making art accessible and available for all people through the transformation of physical and societal spaces. Listen along as Trent tells us the three things every project must-have. Catch all of Trent’s projects on his Instagram: Instagram.com/trentart_ To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
56:54
September 29, 2020
24. The One Where Florist Billiann Dunn Shares Why the Wedding Industry Doesn’t Always Smell Like Roses..
In the world of business, it’s hard to know what rules to follow. In this episode, we talk to Billiann, a professional florist about the spaces she’s carving out for entrepreneurs like her and how she is learning to redefine the rules. She tells us all about why she runs her business differently than the norm, how she creates stunning floral displays by getting to know her clients, and why the only business worth having is the one that helps you help others. Billiann is a professional florist currently flourishing in the wedding industry. You can find her amazing floral business on Instagram: instagram.com/bloomsdunnright To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
48:28
September 22, 2020
23. The One Where Arielle Estoria Shares Why Our Body Should Be the First Space We Think About
When we have so many passions sometimes it’s hard to figure out our space in the world. This conversation with Arielle Estoria talks about how sometimes the way we make our own space isn’t intentional, but it can still open up spaces for others. The conversation covers things like dollar margaritas, getting kicked out of the Huntington Library, being an artist and a person of faith, and why we need to think of our bodies as a space first. Arielle is a poet, author, speaker, and creative via social media. She likes to craft content that isn’t just for the mind but engages your soul. To find out more about Arielle you can find her on Instagram at www.instagram.com/arielleestoria  To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
39:01
September 15, 2020
22. The One Where Kevin Garcia Returns
To kick off our new season we invited back the always insightful, Kevin Garcia. Kevin is a digital pastor and spiritual life coach who makes space for people to find a home within themselves. This conversation goes everywhere from why people are rushing to get the church doors open, even in the midst of a pandemic, to how you can find home in your own body. It begs the question, do we need to feed God? Interested in listening? Great! But be warned, adult language and content is included in this episode as we make space for people’s authenticity. Episode Information For more information on Kevin- www.thekevingarcia.com To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Please leave us a voicemail at www.Anchor.fm/makingspaces telling us what your favorite space is and why?
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September 8, 2020
21. The One Where the World Meets Space Maker Josie Jimenez and Finds Out Why Camping is So Dangerous.
New season, new cohost, new theme song, same "space making." This Season kicks off with a get to know you conversation with our new cohost Josie Jimenez. The conversation goes from her overwhelming fear that isolated camping will lead to her being found murdered to why making spaces for other people has been the driving force in a lot of her creative, vocational and academic work. This season is going to be wild so buckle up, friends, because now we have twice the energy and drive to make space in this world and when Josie's on the team, things get done! Episode Information To get in touch with us follow us @revsarahheath and @josietakestheworld Email us at makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath Edited by Steven Burnett from The Cult Popcast
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September 1, 2020
Making Spaces Announcement
Thank you for all your support for Season One!!! We are working on Season Two, but in the mean time here is an announcement! Make sure you go check out the youtube content available at www.youtube.com/revsarahheath The background music is: "It Can be Done"- by Airae available via Epidemic Sound 
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July 21, 2020
20. The One Where Sarah talks with Colby Martin about Shifting Beliefs
What do we do when making space for ourselves and others creates a massive shift in our belief system? How can we hold onto our belonging and identity when everything feels like it has shifted? I am grateful to Colby Martin the author of “the Shift”  and for this conversation about shifting in your beliefs, and finding hope in helping others in the midst of their own shift. Colby was willing to hop on Making Spaces with literally zero preparation and we had an incredible conversation about making space.  Colby wears many hats (which I can appreciate)- he is the cofounder of Sojourn Grace Collective in San Diego, and he cohosts his own podcast “The Kate and Colby Show.” He also helps to resource progressive Christian communities across the US through Launchpad partners, and as if that isn't enough he also has written two books "Unclobber- Rethinking our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality" and recently “The Shift- Surviving and Thriving after Moving from Conservative to Progressive Christianity." I hope this conversation is helpful and inspiring whether you are in season of needing a space or making a space for people shifting in their belief system. For More on Colby https://www.colbymartinonline.com/ Episode Information Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Follow the Making Spaces journey on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/revsarahheath Catch me @revsarahheath on instagram, facebook, and twitter.  *show update this episode is the final episode in our first season... there are maker episodes coming out soon! Check out the youtube channel 
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July 14, 2020
19. The One Where Sarah Talks To HerDesk Creator Dana Bakich About Creating What You Need Most.
I don’t know about you, but I think we all have those friends who make us believe the things we thought were out of reach or impossible are completely attainable, Dana Bakich is one of those people for me. Maybe it's because I have watched the musical Hamilton every day since it came out, but I think the world needs more people like Dana. People who see the unimaginable and are willing to figure out how to create it. She has a "not yet" mentality that makes you believe that you could create anything.  Dana is the founder of "Positive Equation"- a digital consultant for nonprofits, she also has worked on shows like American Idol and in marketing for large marketing firms. All of these different work environments has led her to her second business and passion, HerDesk. A sustainable and functional desk made by and for female entrepreneurs. It has been incredible to watch Dana dream and execute on that dream. Whatever Dana creates she always brings people into the story with partnership and a real desire to amplify the work of others.  The conversation with Dana highlights the gift of partnering with believing that you can create the thing you wish existed. For More about Dana and HerDesk check out www.herdesk.co and https://positiveequation.com/ Episode Information Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
40:47
July 7, 2020
18. The One Where Sarah Talks to Musician Drew Brown About being a Peace Maker
Friends today on the podcast I am delighted to share with you my friend Drew Brow. Drew is an artist, advocate, pastor, poet, songwriter storyteller. As a musician he has played everywhere from large festival stages, churches, concert halls, pubs, and holding house concerts across the country. Drew lives just outside of Toronto, Canada, and engages/encourages people to think about antiracism and how to live out justice & an “open table"-minded presence in their own  local neighborhood context. Whether it's spending time with people workshopping ideas around social justice and community connectedness or producing songs and albums for bands and artists – he's driven to reach people through the creative arts. Making Space for community, wonder and gratitude through music and story. Our conversation circled around the active nature of peace making. I am really inspired by Drew and the work that he is doing. I hope that you find the conversation helpful as we do the work of making space and engaging in Anti-racism.  Episode Information Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
53:58
June 30, 2020
16. The One Where Sarah talks to Dave Harder and Bryce Dymond about Shifting Churches to Community Spaces
There is no denying that 2020 has been the year of disruption-  some much needed disruption. As systems of privilege are being called out through the work of Black Lives Matter and Covid 19 is teaching us that our health is tied to each other we are rethinking what community looks like and what leadership in that reality looking like. Something new is being born but we are in the liminal space- the question has become how do you make space for what could be while caring for what is? This week I am excited to share with you my conversation with Dave Harder and Bryce Dymond two people asking that very question. Dave and Bryce help run a company called “parish properties” which defines its work as driven by concern for the environment, focused on the spiritual health of the community, financial sustainability, and social impact. They help churches think through how to develop their space in a way that is sustainable not just for church community but for the neighborhood they inhabit- this conversation could not be more timely as the idea of gentrification and colonization is rightfully at the forefront of conversation.  Check Out More about Parish Properties https://www.parish.properties/ To see Images from this episode check out our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrUKVyg6w4foRai_XsQmKbA/ Episode Information  Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
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June 24, 2020
17. The One Where Sarah Talks to Urban Planner Jenna Tourjé about Making Spaces with People not just for People
Today I am excited to introduce to you my friend Jenna Tourjé. Jenna is an urban planner, facilitator, and community builder. She walks with communities on the path to making healthy, whole, and equitable places. Her goal is to make spaces where everyone belongs, and is involved in shaping the future of their own neighborhoods. She facilitates conversations on systematic change, community development, immigration reform, equity, and coalition-building in neighborhoods and government agencies throughout California. This conversation could not be more timely as the Black Lives Matter movement reminds us of the importance of recognizing privilege, and the necessity of taking a back seat when needed in creating space. I hope you enjoy and are as challenged as I was by  this conversation. Episode Information Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
43:03
June 23, 2020
15. The One Where Sarah Talks to Pete Enns and Jared Byas about Making Space for Differing Opinions
We live in a time that is very polarized and differing opinions seem to be suspect. We need to figure out a way forward, but it seems hard to do if we can't even have a conversation, and we debate only happens from behind computer screens. There are people trying to create spaces where differing opinions are not only welcome, but encouraged, and met with curiosity. Pete Enns and Jared Byas are two of these wonderful humans. They are hosts of the podcast “The Bible for Normal People.”  Pete a professor of Biblical Studies, and Jared a former pastor, professor, and entrepreneur have a depth of academic knowledge that most of us only dream about (ok I only dream about, but I am a nerd.) Even with all that academic knowledge and experience, they are able to take the very complex and explain it in approachable ways. Believe it or not people don’t think about the bible in the same way… ok maybe everyone knew that. They make space for people to sit in the tension of differing beliefs in a way that I find inspiring. This conversation was challenging and helpful as we try and navigate vast differences in thought and interpretation. If you haven’t heard their podcast I highly recommend it- even if you aren’t someone who would normally listen to a podcast with the word bible in the name. For More about from Pete and Jared Check out https://thebiblefornormalpeople.podbean.com/ For More from Pete- https://peteenns.com/ For More from Jared- https://www.jaredbyas.com/ Episode Information  Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
55:31
June 9, 2020
14. The One Where Sarah Talks to Poet/ Musician/Artist Morgan Harper Nichols About Creating Space for One Story at a Time
Friends, you may already know the work of this week's "Making Spaces Podcast" guest Morgan Harper Nichols. Her well known instagram poetry/visual art is signed with the simple letters MHN.  Morgan is an incredibly talented creative. She is a poet, a musician, and a visual artist. Each piece is based on the personal stories her followers send her and offers a sense of hope and solidarity.  Our conversation centers around making space while letting go of our fear of critics or comparison. Morgan is such a gift and this conversation was inspiring and challenging. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did, and I hope it challenges you to think about the importance of letting each story be told in the native words of those who share it.  For more on Morgan and her work https://morganharpernichols.com/ To support Morgan and her work by getting some great merchandise https://garden24.co/ Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
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June 2, 2020
13. Special Episode- The One Where Sarah Talks to Pastor Lamont Hartman About Justice and Solidarity
Friends Episode 13 is a special episode about making space to engage the topic of racial reconciliation. Episode 14 will be released on the usual day (Tuesday) with artist Morgan Harper Nichols.  For this episode I am grateful to Pastor Lamont Hartman for being willing to record a quick conversation. He offered some helpful practices, and things to take into consideration, when confronting injustice. Lamont is a seasoned pastor and non-profit developer. He has spent years working around racial reconciliation, and has hosted seminars for people to engage the need for bridge building and deep friendships. Check out more of his work https://www.instagram.com/lamonthartman/ I myself, am by no means an expert, and this episode was created in response to people asking me to share my thoughts and opinions.I think getting out of the way is a better use of my platform and I would invite you to engage the work of https://www.instagram.com/latashamorrison/, https://www.instagram.com/austinchanning/, https://www.instagram.com/theandrehenry/, https://www.instagram.com/drewbrownmusic/ Please listen to this episode with some grace. I did some of the audio editing myself to get it out to you as quickly as possible, and audio engineering is not in my wheelhouse. Thank you to those of you who helped me fix audio- Josie Jimenez and George Bell You guys are lifesavers! And thank you to Steven Burnett for stepping in and tidying it up!  The Background music is  “It can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Please follow Making Spaces on Youtube, and wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe and leave us a review, it helps other people find the show and lets us know we are on the right track!
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June 1, 2020
12. Maker's Edition- The One Where Sarah Explains Why Putting Wheels on 100 Year Old Pews Is a Good Idea
You asked so here is the answer.... What's the deal with wheels on your pews? How does that make space for people? How on Earth did you convince people that this was the way forward?  This is a practical episode about what it means to move from "Do It Yourself" to "Do It Together." This is our first "Makers Episode," and it was a little tricky to make, but I am so glad we did. All of these images and accompanying video will be available on Sarah's Youtube channel available here. I am excited to share with you a couple Anita and Carol from my community who share at the end of this episode about why this project meant so much for them to work on.  I hope that this episodes inspires you to think beyond the way things have always been done.  Remember you can always leave a voicemail or a message through the anchor page available https://anchor.fm/sarah-heath or reach out on social media www.instagram.com/revsarahheath.   Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
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May 26, 2020
11. The One where Sarah talks to Mike McHargue about Feelings and not Physics
I am delighted to share this week’s Making Spaces conversation with Mike McHargue (a.k.a Science Mike.) Mike is one of my best friends, and I always walk away from our conversations feeling grateful for time spent in deep conversation punctuated by a lot of laughter, and this conversation is no different. Mike is a public educator trusted by millions to use empathy and deep scientific insights to help us navigate some of the most difficult parts of the human experience. Through his podcast “Ask Science Mike”, his books, and all of his speaking engagements, Mike is constantly making  space for others to engage and integrate all parts of ourselves - (even the parts that make us an ass.) In this conversation we discuss his latest book, why we need to integrate our own cognitive and emotional side, why right and left brain definitions are actually false, and why science has the power to change the world, but only if it gets better branding. I hope you enjoy this conversation and are challenged to get curious about your own feelings! For more from Mike check out on his podcast "Ask Science Mike"  Or grab one of his books “Finding God in the Waves,” and “You’re a Miracle (and a Pain in the Ass), Show Note- For our monthly “makers episode” I would love to hear what practical questions you have about physically making space for others. Please leave me a voice mail on the anchor app or drop me a line on instagram or facebook @ revsarahheath Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
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May 19, 2020
10. The One where Sarah talks about Craft Beer, Jazz and Design with Christian Piatt
What do jazz, craft beer, life on the autism spectrum, and an old auto shop in Texas have to do with making space? Turns out everything!  I am excited to share my conversation with my friend Christian Piatt. Christian is an author, podcast editor, and the owner, designer and founder of Brew Drinkery in Granbury TX.  The Brew Drinkery is a craft beer/community venue that weaves together old and new design elements, all while making space for the avid craft brew enthusiast, and those who have never heard of a hop. Christian challenges us to design and curate spaces that both reflect our own passions, but like good jazz, leave room for improv and the needs of those who will engage with the space. This pastor will be thinking about this conversation for a long time.  Check out the Brew Drinkery https://www.brewdrinkery.com/  For more images of the remodel check out my instagram account and see before and after photos- @revSarahHeath Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
49:21
May 12, 2020
9. The one where Sarah talks to Jen Hatmaker about making space for our true selves.
Friends I am so excited to share with you my conversation with my friend Jen Hatmaker. If you don’t know Jen’s work- she is a speaker, hosts a really great podcast "For the love," runs an online book club, and has written some fantastic books including her newly released "Fierce, Free and full of fire" (I haven't been able to put it down!) Jen knows a thing or two about making space for people. As Jen began speaking publicly about making space for diversity and LGBTQIA inclusion experienced a fall out with her evangelical roots that included her books being removed from Christian books store shelves. Our conversation covers the importance of making space for our true selves, so that all of our work is authentic and deeply rooted.  She is such a delight, and I think you will find encouragement, and a huge challenge to move beyond the superficial versions of ourselves.  Find out more about Jen here: https://jenhatmaker.com/ For more enneagram information check out these great books The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery- Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile  The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective- Richard Rohr and Andreas Ebert  The Brain-Based Enneagram- You are not a number- Dr. Jerome D. Lubbe Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
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May 5, 2020
8. The one where Sarah talks about Mental Health with Robert W. Lee during a global pandemic
A lot  of us can relate to a heightened feeling of stress, and general anxiety during this Covid 19 crisis, but for those who already experiencing mental health issues this time may only exacerbated already difficult symptoms. As a culture we have a lot to learn about making spaces for people experiencing mental health difficulties-  I hope that this episode with my good friend Rev. Robert W. Lee will inspire great conversation and thought around, how do we make space for ourselves during this difficult time?  Rob is a pastor in North Carolina at Unifor Church- He has also  written extensively for both secular and religious news outlets.  You may recognize his name because he is the generations removed of General Robert E. Lee  and he has used that name to be an activist in the field of racial reconciliation. He participated in the 2017 MTV Video Music awards and was on ABC’s the View where he spoke about the need to confront white supremacy and white privilege in white churches.  Rob has written two books one titled “Stained-Glass Millennials” (Smyth and Helwys 2017), his second book “A Sin by Any Other Name.” Rob does all of this while making space for his own mental health as someone diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, and the mental health of others. This conversation is powerful and so important.   For more on Rob check out his new podcast Beloved Journal  If you are having suicidal thoughts during this unprecedented time, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Please call the US National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 For resources in other countries: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html Mental Health Resources https://www.crisistextline.org https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/find-help/index.shtml  Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound.  Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast  Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
46:01
April 28, 2020
7. The One where Sarah talks to therapist Elyse Snipes about why we all need a trailer to unpack our baggage (metaphorical and literal.)
Who transforms a 1953 trailer into a therapist office and podcast studio?? The one and only Elyse Snipes. ⁠ This week I am excited to share with you my conversation with Elyse Snipes creator of Radical Wellness Collective. This conversation was so helpful! As an Enneagram four, this lady leads with creativity and authenticity that is nothing short of inspirational.   Elyse is bringing a lot of goodness into the world-  she is a licensed marriage and family therapist,  hosts a podcast called "Trailercast", and is the Founder of Radical Wellness Collaborative. Radical Wellness Collaborative is an online platform for modern, holistic wellness. She's also an incredibly dynamic speaker and space maker. I would suggest to you that you have something to write with for this one. I found myself taking notes and writing down quotes as I was listening to the episode- Stick around at the end for this week’s inspirational quote and take away. For more Elyse:   Podcast: Trailercast Instagram: @elysesnipes_collective Radical Wellness Instagram: @radicalwellness_co The comedian and show we referenced is Iliza Shlesinger: Elder Millenial Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Middle music "Memories Renewed" by Ketsa-10 Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
46:05
April 21, 2020
6. The one where Sarah talks to Designer Jessie McLaughlin about shame free design.
This week I am excited to share with you my conversation with Jessie McLaughlin the creator and designer behind Jessie Lane Interiors in LA. Her work includes bold colors and original multipurpose furniture. Jessie and I talk about how dental office design was influential in her life, why we sometimes second guess our own intuition, and we offer some helpful tips for maintaining sanity during this time of sheltering in place. We also talk about how I missed my true calling designing the interior of vet clinics.   She is truly such a joy in my life and I am delighted to share her with you- To learn more about Jessie and be inspired by her incredible work follow her on instagram @jessielaneinteriors    * To help us create the Question and Opinion episode simply reach out to me on twitter @revsarahheath, instagram @revsarahheath,  or leave us a message by going to https://anchor.fm slash sarah dash heath ask anything from how to create space through design, to how to create space for others in community.   Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound.   Middle music "Memories Renewed" by Ketsa-10 Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast Attention to detail by my resident enneagram 1- the amazing Katie Richardson
54:27
April 14, 2020
5. The One where Sarah talks to a curator of spaces for entrepreneur women.
This week I got to chat with the amazing Joanna Waterfall. Joanna is the Founder of Yellow Co, an organization birthed from an idea that struck her one day while she was in the shower. With a degree in graphic design and digital media and a background in branding, she believes that creativity, business, community and social impact should all go hand in hand. She and her work have been featured in publications such as Forbes, The Huffington Post, Darling Magazine, The Good Trade, LA Lady Magazine, Bossladies Magazine, and more. This conversation inspired me and I think it will too- is there something you wish existed? What if you were the one to create it? To learn more about Joanna check out Instagram @joannawaterfall The Yellow Collective www.yellowco.co Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
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April 7, 2020
4. The One where Sarah talks to a therapist about closets
 This episode was recorded before we were asked to shelter in place, but I think it has some great things for us to think about as we create space for others, or look for spaces to invest in. I am excited for you to hear my conversation with Candice Czubernat, LMHC, MFT an incredible therapist and the founder of the online therapy platform “the Christian closet.” Our conversation goes everywhere from how to be a good ally, to why it's important to be curious about other people.  To Learn more about Candice and follow her on Instagram @lesbiantherapist  www.thechristiancloset.com www.candiceCzubernat.com  Introduction Music  “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast
49:24
March 31, 2020
3. The One where Sarah talks to Designer Riley Hall
I am so excited to introduce to you Riley Hall a dear friend of mine, and an incredible designer. Riley "creates space" as a designer in the staging industry. He knows what it takes to make a space seem intentionally styled, but approachable. Our conversation went everywhere from how to lay out a room, to why everyone should have a signature candle.  This show will first air while we are all still experiencing social distancing and sheltering in place during the covid-19 outbreak, and so it may seem weird to talk about gathering spaces but everything we talk about pertains to your personal space- and maybe during this time you can reimagine the gathering spaces we are all going to return to.  Find out More about Riley on instagram @rileyhalldesign The podcast he mentioned is "Dear Alice- Interior Design" from LaunchPod Media  Our introduction music is “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnette from the Cult Popcast Attention to Detail by Katie Richardson Please subscribe to this show on Apple podcast, Google, Spotify or wherever you listen to your podcasts, and leave us a rating it helps people find the show! 
58:51
March 24, 2020
2. The One about the Pandemic with Rev. Jeremy Smith
Nothing like launching a podcast about the need for proximity while a pandemic is causing us to have to have to distance ourselves, but during this time there are unique ways to continue to  “make space” for connection and community that could last longer than the outbreak itself. This week I talk to Rev. Jeremy Smith. Jeremy is a pastor of a church in Seattle near one of the areas that the CDC has deemed a "hot spot." He and his team had to figure out how to cultivate community during "social distancing" way before the rest of us knew what those two words meant together. Our conversation covers how to ensure you are creating circles of connection, and why that connection is so important even if you aren't a a "church" type human. To learn more about Jeremy, check out his longtime blog Hacking Christianity (HackingChristianity.net), which weaves together weird combinations of faith, technology, geek culture, and United Methodist commentary. I hope you are inspired to maintain social connection even from a distance!  Our introduction music is “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnett from The Cult Popcast Attention to Detail by Katie Richardson
35:23
March 17, 2020
1. The one where Sarah talks to Kevin Garcia about closets
Kevin Garcia is a spiritual director, intuitive soul coach, writer, speaker, and my dear friend. We talk about why cleaning out closets is so much more than just organizing, why being hospitable is more than just what can be seen, and why labels are actually important. Out of site and out of mind is not a real thing.  Disclaimer *I believe in authenticity, so I don’t sugar coat thoughts or language, but we bleep out the big cusses (I also think bleeping is funny.) To find out more about Kevin and their new book “Bad Theology Kills” check out www.thekevingarcia.com. Our introduction music is “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnett from the Cult Popcast Attention to Detail by Katie Richardson
52:03
March 10, 2020
Trailer- "Making Spaces"
No church storage closet is left unturned as we restore, renew, and reconcile. We're talking Queer Eye meets Marie Kondo meets the Vicar of Dibley. (If Chip and Jo want to come too, I won't object.) We live in a social and political climate that thrives on making us more and more divided. We need proximity and relationships to break down this division, but our most inclusive spaces are often run down and uninviting.... and if we are honest smell a bit like a nursing home. This podcast will discuss how to transform the spaces where people gather — from churches, to synagogues, to coffee shops — into spaces that are inviting and make people encounter each other in meaningful ways. I bring my eclectic group of friends (think: experts on racial reconciliation and inclusion, musicians, artists, designers, athletes, comedians, actors, rabbis, pastors, drag queens, you know typical church folk) along for the ride to move us from a D.I.Y. culture to a D.I.T. culture -- Do It Together.  Join me, because when we make space nothing short of miracles are possible!  Our introduction music is “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound. Editing by Steven Burnett from the Cult Popcast Attention to Detail Katie Richardson
02:33
March 3, 2020