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A failed minister examines the decline of American Christianity Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/save-me-podcast/support

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A failed minister examines the decline of American Christianity Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/save-me-podcast/support

    Why is St. Louis So Racist?

    Why is St. Louis So Racist?

    Episode 10 of the Save Me Podcast--back after a bit of a hiatus--a failed minister considers the decline of American Christianity

    This episode Chase talks to Sonya Vann about why St. Louis is so freaking racist. Sonya is a black, bisexual, woman who happens to be the Director of Admissions at Eden Theological Seminary. She is a social justice activist in STL and offers her perspective on Ferguson and what's happened since 2015 when Michael Brown was killed.

    This episode brought to you by Jonas Nightingale Staffing for megachurches, rich parachurch ministries and Christian universities who have lost their leaders due to scandal. Also brought to you by Croaksbury Books, the online bookstore for dying mainline churches.


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    • 32 Min.
    Intersectionality

    Intersectionality

    Episode 9 of the Save Me Podcast where a failed minister considers the decline of American Christianity.

    Sonya Vann educates listeners about intersectionality and shares about negotiating various spaces as a black bisexual woman.  Sonya is the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO.  She also shares about growing up next door to Ferguson, MO and life since the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmad Aubery.

    This episode contains a Haiku from Sasquatch (a.k.a. Father Aaron Raulerson) and a Married to the Minister segment from Colleen Only.

    This episode is sponsored by Zipporah Recruiter, the job site for churches, SimpliSaved, church security and Croaksbury Books, the online bookstore for dying mainline churches who don't want to change or sacrifice anything.


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    A Thriving Progressive Church in a Red Red State

    A Thriving Progressive Church in a Red Red State

    Episode 8 of the Save Me Podcast presents the second part of an interview with Rev. Dr. Jeremy Rutledge, pastor of Circular Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Charleston, SC.  Jeremy shares how his progressive and justice-oriented congregation thrives in a Red Red state.  He also shares what it's like to be a minister with a compromised immune system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Father Aaron Raulerson (a.k.a. Sasquatch) provides another Haiku and Colleen Brown Only ponders selling the church building in her Married to the Minister segment.
    Host Chase Peeples shares about what the HBO series The Leftovers has to say about grief.
    This episode' is sponsored by In Remembrance of Me Communion Launcher, Jonah Nightingale Self Storage Ministry and Croaksbury Books, the on-line bookstore for dying mainline churches that don't want to sacrifice or change anything.

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    • 51 Min.
    Being a White Ally/Diversity

    Being a White Ally/Diversity

    Episode 7 Interview with Rev. Dr. Jeremy Rutledge of Circular Congregational Church in Charleston, SC about what it takes to be a white ally in the struggle for racial justice, why diversity matters and religious naturalism.

    Regular segments: Married to the Minister by Colleen Brown Only and a Haiku by Rev. Aaron Raulerson

    Sponsored by: Black Church Member Dot Com, Crossspace your all-in-one truly Christian web site tool and Croaksbury Books the bookstore for Mainline churches who don't want to change or sacrifice anything


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    • 1 Std. 14 Min.
    The Enneagram Episode

    The Enneagram Episode

    Part 2 of the interview with Dr. Jon Singletary--This part goes in deep about the Enneagram. Jon is the Dean of the School of Social Work at Baylor University.

    This episode also includes discussion of "Weird Christianity" and congregations who abuse their clergy.  

    Colleen Brown Only presents another installment of "Married to the Minister," and Rev. Aaron Raulerson offers another Haiku.

    Sponsored by Better Spiritual Health Online Counseling Service which is not to be confused with secular humanist counseling services that are born in the womb of Satan; Croaksbury Books, the online bookstore for dying mainline churches that don't want to change or sacrifice anything; and Charles Snob Investments' new podcast "It's gone.  All gone.  You'll never see your money again."


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    Episode 5 Discerning Vocation

    Episode 5 Discerning Vocation

    Episode 5 contains new segments: a haiku from Rev. Aaron Raulerson and "Married to the Minister" by Colleen Brown Only.  Also part 1 of an interview with Dr. Jon Singletary, Dean of the School of Social Work at Baylor University as well as a 3 on the Enneagram.  In this first half of the interview we talk about discerning one's vocation, and how a single conversation can change the trajectory of a person's life.  (Stay tuned for the next episode where we get into the nitty gritty of the Enneagram.)

    Sponsored by Preacher Clothes in a Box, "making you into the preacher you want to be or at least the preacher you can't help but be;" Croaksbury Books, "the online bookstore for dying mainline churches who don't want to sacrifice or change anything;" and Jonas Nightingale's "Holy Spirit Healing Gel."


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    • 1 Std. 30 Min.

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