BEST OF: Did I Waste My Life?: Sarah Quinn

BEST OF: Did I Waste My Life?: Sarah Quinn

This episode is a repeat of 138, but it had so many downloads we made it a “Best Of!” Sarah Quinn is a beautiful human with a beautiful misfit soul. We connect amidst the impression that we wasted our lives on our addiction, religion, Christianity in particular. Is our past something to be frustrated about or something that serves us?

EPISODE 180: Burn it Down and Reconstruct it Again: Alex Spivey

EPISODE 180: Burn it Down and Reconstruct it Again: Alex Spivey

Church culture is abusive. Often it’s not intentionally abusive but generationally abusive. Alex sits down with us again to talk about his deconstruction, and we engage our new reconstruction.

EPISODE 138: Did I Waste My Life?: Sarah Quinn

EPISODE 138: Did I Waste My Life?: Sarah Quinn

Sarah Quinn is a beautiful human with a beautiful misfit soul. We connect amidst the impression that we wasted our lives on our addiction, religion, Christianity in particular. Is our past something to be frustrated about or something that serves us?

EPISODE 098: There are Guides Along the Way: Josiah Ecker

EPISODE 098: There are Guides Along the Way: Josiah Ecker

As I have traversed down the road of Losing Religion, my former life as an American Christian Pastor has haunted me.  How I used to consider myself a teacher for others, someone who knew the way.  Someone who could be followed.  I fear these things now.  They have caused me to resist being a leader, a guru, a teacher for others.  Even though many have called me these things, Josiah shows me another way.

The way of a guide...

EPISODE 097: Going From What I Don't Believe, To What I Do: Josiah Ecker

EPISODE 097: Going From What I Don't Believe, To What I Do: Josiah Ecker

Josiah is a missionary kid with a psychology degree that's deconstructing his faith.  His perspective is refreshing, educated, and compassionate.  Change and transformation are hard, no matter how, or what is changing.  But growth is a choice, and Josiah is inspiring.