This week we talk with author and pastor Aubrey Sampson about the beautifully difficult journey of lament.Read More
This week, we talk with author and pastor Kellye Fabian about the challenges of her life and the birth of the book Sacred Questions: A Transformative Journey Through the Bible.
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A conversation with Ed Cyzewski on his new book “Flee, Be Silent, Pray: Ancient Prayers for Anxious Christians” and how contemplative practices impacted his spiritual journey, and can do the same for us.Read More
On this episode of the otherWISE podcast, we talk with writer Bonnie Kristian about her book A Flexible Faith: Rethinking What it Means to Follow Jesus Today. Bonnie walks us through discerning what is “doctrine” and “dogma” and provides a few examples historically of what it means to interact with each other wisely along the journey with Jesus.
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In this episode, one of the final two episodes of the season, we talk with author, activist, and spiritual director Phileena Heuertz. It’s an honest and insightful conversation on how the contemplative practices help us move through stages of growth along the spiritual journey with Jesus.Read More
A conversation with O. Alan Noble on truth, technology, and bearing witness in a distracted world. His most recent book, Disruptive Witness: Speaking Truth In a Distracted Age is the backdrop for our conversation.Read More
A conversation with well-known writer and pastor John Ortberg, where we talk about his new book: Eternity Is Now In Session: A Radical Rediscovery of What Jesus Really Taught Salvation, Eternity, and Getting to the Good Place.Read More
This week on the otherWISE podcast we talk with author and speaker Liz Ditty about her new book, God's Many Voices: Learning to Listen, Expectant to Hear. This book launches AUGUST 21ST so we're happy to help get the word out about an important book on hearing from God through the different stories, situations, and issues we face in life.Read More
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.Read More
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.
Music by Austin Martin.
Graphic by Eric Wright/Metamora Design.