A look at how social media impacts advocay, mental health, community building, and our view of the world.
Hillary, William, Michael, and Mike discuss spirtulity beyond the reach of language.
This episode is about the spiritual gift of speaking in tongues, as explored through the perspectives of science, art, and faith.
TRIGGER WARNING: The interview with Christopher West in Part 2 could be triggering to members of the LGBTQIA+ community. It's included so people with non-affiriming viewpoints on LGBTQIA+ on sexuality are prompted to examine the implications of that worldview, but we encourge our listners to use discretion before listening to that segment.
In this episode, we’re talking about how to discern what is right and healthy for people in sexual activity.
We’d like to thank our guests on this episode, and we encourage you to check out their work.
Caroline Lee, Artist and Photographer
On this episode, we welcome two new hosts to the podast: William Matthews and Hillary McBride. Plus, we uncover the hottest new band in worship music, Abraham's Bosom.
This is a special live episode recorded at The Liturigsts Gathering in Seattle, WA on October 27, 2017.
Thanks Hillary McBride for joining us on this episode. Her new book is available now.
Special Announcement: We're starting something new next year for those of you who want to go deeper with topics we discuss on The Liturgists Podcast via video courses. If you'd like to get access to these first, you can preorder the first two for the price of one here.
This is a special live episode recorded at The Liturigsts Gathering in Los Angeles, CA on October 6, 2017.
Thanks Christena Cleveland and David Gungor for joining us on this episode.
Special Announcement: Tickets for The Liturgists Gathering in London are now on sale.
This is a special live episode recorded at The Liturigsts Gathering in Los Angeles, CA on September 15, 2017.
Thanks Iris Chandler, Sarah Heath, William Matthews, Lisa Gungor, and Peter Rollins for joining us on this episode.
An exploration of what names are, how they shape us, and what happens when we change more than our label can accommodate.