Hosted by folk-psalmist Strahan, the Commoners Communion podcast is a conversational look at Christian spirituality through the lens of beauty, mystery and revelation.
Father, Be My Ugly Prayer (and the deep groan of God)
Not every prayer is meant to be beautiful. Not every prayer is even meant to be spoken.Father, Be My Ugly Prayer is a prayer and contemplation from Prayer Vol.01. You can find the book and more details about Commoners Communion at...
I'm Not Today What I'd Imagined, Thank God (and accepting our right now)
Becoming isn't only about growing in God-likeness but about celebrating who we already are, today.I'm Not Today What I'd Imagined, Thank God is a prayer and contemplation from Prayer Vol.01. You can find the book and more details about Commoners...
The Narrow Way (and the celebration of spiritual crises)
What if the spiritual wilderness isn't a place of unfaithfulness, but maturity? An invitation toward a deeper friendship. A place beyond our usual ways of seeing and knowing, where God livesThe Narrow Way is a prayer and contemplation from Prayer...
Shhh (and creating secret spaces)
The beauty of silence is that it makes us the passive recipient in our communion together with God, opening floor for Him to start the conversation.Shhh is a prayer and contemplation from Prayer Vol.01. You can find the book and more details about...
When Newness Isn't Easy (and failure as holy anticipation)
There is often a distance between how we imagine God doing a thing, and how he really does it. If we're open to looking for it, we may just discover that we're already walking in the newness we've been praying for. Even when the day feels dark. When...
Praying Through This Moment: Thinning Out Noise, Staying With God
This past few weeks have been heartbreaking, angering, shocking and confronting. To honour the wider conversation going on at the moment we wanted to briefly hit pause on the planned programming for Season Two to bring you a weeks worth of daily...
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Strahans podcasts provide an authentic and raw insight into a relationship/ faith built on love and Gods acceptance of humanity exactly as it is. Imperfect, messy, questioning and always at the core of all that, good and fully seen by our Heavenly Father. Can’t recommend these podcasts enough for their gentle way of provoking thought around faith and ones inner journey.
In the business of life this podcast is forcing me to breath and is giving so much life. Just so lovely to listen to.
Life giving and peace bringing
Every episode eloquently, poetically and succinctly brings truth, revelation, and honesty in a way that is not only easy to comprehend and digest but also challenging and pushing me towards personal growth. Every time I re-listen to each episode I find something new and feel more at peace and more in tune with God.