Today on otherWISE our guest is Jarrett Stephens, author of The Mountains Are Calling: Making the Climb for a Clearer View of God and Ourselves available August 7th.
We talk about vacations, Christian camps, and what it is like to live through the challenges of abuse.
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We're back! After a brief delay due to some other projects, the podcast is back with a conversation with author and speaker Jen Pollock Michel.
Jen is a well-known speaker and author of Teach Us to Want, the 2015 Christianity Today Book of the Year as well as Keeping Place: Reflections on the Meaning of Home. She is also part of a writer's collective called the Redbud Writer's Guild, which seeks to fearlessly expand feminine voice in our communities, faith, and culture.
Jen and her family live near Toronto, Canada.
In this interview we talk about the wisdom of understanding our desires and what place the concept of "home" plays in our spiritual lives. You can keep up with Jen on her website.
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Music by Austin Martin.
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Casey and Mandy Smith, author and senior pastor of University Christian Church (Cincinnati, OH) talk about how our vulnerability empowers us and what the next chapter of the church requires of men and women in leadership.
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Casey and author Jerusalem Greer talk about finding a home in the spiritual rhythms of the church calendar.
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My conversation this week is with Erin Straza.
Erin is a freelance marketing communications consultant, managing editor of Christ and Pop Culture, co-host of the Persuasion podcast, and author of Comfort Detox: Finding Freedom from Habits That Bind You (InterVarsity Press, 2017). She writes from the Illinois flatlands where she lives with her husband, Mike. Follow her on Twitter @ErinStraza or find her online at ErinStraza.com.
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Casey talks with C. Christopher Smith, author and editor of the Englewood Review of Books about how reading, presence, and conversation can transform our communities and help us love our neighbor as ourselves.
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This week we talk to James Bryan Smith, author of The Apprentice Series (The Good and Beautiful God, The Good and Beautiful Life, and The Good and Beautiful Community). His newest book is called The Magnificent Story.
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This week Casey talks about how he discovered his “calling” or “vocation” and how it all revolves around the idea of a “tuning fork.”
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Music by Austin Martin - available here
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A conversation with Sarah Bessey on everything from wisdom in the local church to spiritual gifts and how both deconstruction & Christian feminism can help us into a new and beautiful future.