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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?

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Expired Relationships and Depression

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Expired Relationships and Depression

Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other.

On this weeks episode, I share a meltdown about opinion wars on Facebook, expired relationships, boundaries, and religion's approach to depression...

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.
 

EPISODE 095: Leaving? Evangelicalism: Kyle Reynolds

EPISODE 095: Leaving? Evangelicalism: Kyle Reynolds

If you’re wondering if I have any Christian friends left, yes I do.  Kyle is one of them.  You may remember Kyle from the REJECTED EPISODE.  You know, the episode that was too far for the "Christian Organization" to put out.  Kyle is on the show this time as my guest.

As I continue the journey of deconstruction of faith, I no longer call myself a Christian.  As Kyle has, he no longer calls himself an Evangelical.  In this episode, we talk about this as well as engaging into the inadequacy of defining truth, embracing other religions, and theological differences we hold.