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EPISODE 130: How To Start a Cult and Other Stories: Emmett Montgomery

EPISODE 130: How To Start a Cult and Other Stories: Emmett Montgomery

We’re all storytellers, and we capture so much of our life experiences in stories.

Comedian Emmett Montgomery & I journey down a trail of stories that have become religions, Star Trek, Star Wars, the Marvel Universe, and The Matrix? Meanwhile, a thread from Emmett’s exmormon tale emerges making us think we could start cults...

EPISODE 129: How Do You Transition Out of Absolute Truth?: Emmett Montgomery

EPISODE 129: How Do You Transition Out of Absolute Truth?: Emmett Montgomery

You’re in for a weird and awesome ride with Mr. Emmett Montgomery! He’s an exmo, or ex-Mormon, stand up comedian, storyteller, and an amazingly soft-spoken compassionate guy.

Emmett was part of the top 100 in NBC’s Last Comic Standing Season 9.
He has performed at festivals across the country including the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Sasquatch Music Festival and the Women In Comedy Festival...

EPISODE 107: I Just Want to Be Human With Humans: Holly Theriot

EPISODE 107: I Just Want to Be Human With Humans: Holly Theriot

Holly is a fantastic woman. She’s one of those people that lights up a room.  As soon as we met, there was an instant connection, and I’m excited for you to hear her story.  From a home grown CBN, 700 Club, Jim & Tammy Faye Bakker background to the beautiful human she is today, her story will encourage and challenge you to question what you've been told and embrace humanity.

She has a beautiful voice and is a vocalist in the Hip Hop band The Brodcast.  She shares that voice and their music with us...

EPISODE 084: Weed Eater, Beer Drinker, Trans, Prog Metal Head, Christian?: Rejyna Douglass-Whitman

EPISODE 084: Weed Eater, Beer Drinker, Trans, Prog Metal Head, Christian?: Rejyna Douglass-Whitman

In this episode, we dive into Rejyna’s Christianity.  As well as her Trans* journey.  One of the beautiful things about this episode is how fluid the conversation goes from storytelling to questioning, to explanation, to reflective open-ended free thought about life, religion, and being free from boxes of expectation and relationship.