A show between friends Seth Haines and Tsh Oxenreider about living sacramentally,* usually with drinks. (*Finding God in all things, according to St. Ignatius of Loyola.)
Slowness as Soulcraft
The pace at which we approach life matters. Sometimes, a type-a, guns-a-blazin’ posture works in the moment — but then we end up missing things we otherwise wouldn’t see.Seth: Website | Newsletter | Twitter | InstagramTsh: Website | Newsletter | Twitter...
Quick (and Fun!) Announcement
If you liked the last five episodes, I think you'll be stoked to hear this.A Drink With a FriendSeth on Twitter & InstagramTsh on Twitter & InstagramRead the transcript here
Curating Stories (with Seth Haines)
Humans love (and learn best through) stories. But we have so many options at our fingertips compared to all of human history that it’s now a virtue to curate well what we make time for and allow in our imaginations. Tsh and Seth explore what it means to...
Joyscrolling (with Seth Haines)
Doomscrolling is a new-but-real habit in our culture, and it’s not good for us — yet we all fall prey to its siren song of despair. What’s the counter, even sacramental, practice for staying informed and involved without losing hope? Seth and Tsh have...
Stuff of Earth (with Seth Haines)
It's always been easy in our culture to numb ourselves so we don't have to face honest truth, goodness, and beauty. ...The temptation's been even stronger in 2020. So what does it look like these days to posture ourselves toward healthy adoration — to...
Advent (with Seth Haines)
The conversation continues over drinks as Tsh Oxenreider and Seth Haines talk about Advent, why leaning into the liturgical calendar's rhythms is a gift, and how it's an outcome of thinking more sacramentally.Seth’s website and newsletterTsh’s website...
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a favourite podcast
Tsh is the podcaster who really got me into podcasting - I so appreciated her voice, her practicality, her rhythms, & the way she generously shared about her life. And those reasons are just a few of the many reasons why I love The Good List. It’s short, succinct, to the point, & is top of my “listen list” when it drops.
If you’re looking for quick, easy to implement ideas to improve your life look no further. Tsh has so many excellent ideas.
A drop of good stuff!
Enjoying this so much! It’s that drop of good stuff that you get from a friend, a tip, a good find, a book recommendation. Always smart, cultural, insightful and simply delightful. Thanks Tsh!