EPISODE 146: Your Thing. My Thing. WHO CARES!: Krystal Strifert

EPISODE 146: Your Thing. My Thing. WHO CARES!: Krystal Strifert

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.”

― Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad/Roughing It

Krystal and I get into some deep sh*t in this episode. Beginning with small talk about our Hispanic heritage and quickly dive into the discord we see in the world, our frustrations with it, and what we hope our future can be. All the while, wondering where God is?

EPISODE 145: It Get’s Easier: Church Cliques, Bad Brows, and Narcolepsy: Krystal Strifert

EPISODE 145: It Get’s Easier: Church Cliques, Bad Brows, and Narcolepsy: Krystal Strifert

Krystal, frustrated with the social constructs of Christianity, the church, and institutionalized religion, walk away finding what she needed elsewhere. She's a makeup artist, microblade tattooer, part-time bartender, and badass woman.

EPISODE 128: She’s On Fire! Growing Up Pentecostal: Gabrielle Janae

EPISODE 128: She’s On Fire! Growing Up Pentecostal: Gabrielle Janae

As two empaths, Gabby and I discuss our Pentecostal experiences, speaking in tongues, healing services and heart-wrenching disappointment of loved ones not being healed. As well as my own experience with a healing evangelist leading to my kidney failure. We also dive into what it looks like to have a positive outlook and engage in the possibility of the law of attraction working...

EPISODE 094: The Contentment Roller Coaster Cycle: Victor Huckabee

EPISODE 094: The Contentment Roller Coaster Cycle: Victor Huckabee

Victor and I drank and talked like junior high girls into the wee hours of the Nashville night.  Growing up in the glow of the Pentecostal gold dust revival scene, Victor could be a lot less level headed than he is.  But his youthful optimism in the face of a fucked up world was refreshing, to say the least.  Growing up in the south doesn't fit all the stereotypes, but you will notice some.  But what you'll leave with is a feeling of solidarity and a glimpse of a future that may not be so bad.