Upside Down Podcast is an ecumenical podcast at the intersection of justice, spirituality, and culture. Join us for conversations about God's Upside Down Kingdom. No topic is off limits. Upside Down Podcast is a collaborative Christian podcast co-founded by Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace. Some of our most popular guests have included Christena Cleveland, Dr. John Perkins, Shane Claiborne, Jo Saxton, Father Greg Boyle, Shannan Martin, and Dominique Gilliard. Popular episodes have featured the enneagram, gentrification, nonviolence, vocations and callings, immigration, and more. Upside Down is proud to be an ecumenical podcast, bridging the gap between Catholic and Protestant thought. Visit www.upsidedownpodcast.com or follow us on Instagram at @upsidedownpodcast.
Season 5 | Episode 80: The Necessity of Hope: Fighting Despair & Stubbornly Clinging to Hope in 2021
As we begin this new year, it seems one of the most hard fought necessities we are grasping for is that of Hope. Alissa hosts the episode, with Kayla, Lindsy and Patty joining for a conversation on what it means to fight through despair and work for a discipline of hope.
Season Five | Bonus Episode: The Necessity of Grieving 2020
Surprise! Bonus episode!In this bonus episode of Upside Down Podcast co-host Lindsy Wallace shares why grieving 2020 is necessary, what happens in our bodies when we don't grieve, ideas for how to do so in creative and embodied ways, and challenges us...
Season 5 | Episode 79: The Necessity of Healing with Dr. Monique Gadson
In this final episode before the Christmas break, we take some time to point our weary hearts toward our collective necessity for healing. To help us delve deeper into this topic, Kayla Craig and Patty Taylor welcome Dr. Monique Gadson. Dr. Monique is...
Season 5 | Episode 78: The Necessity of Advent: Can The Weary World Still Rejoice?
Join us for the necessity of Advent, where all four co-hosts talk candidly about awe, hope, vulnerability, tenderness this year.
Season 5 | Episode 77: The Necessity of Witness with Drew. G.I. Hart
What does it mean for the church to be a witness? What do our 21st-century sensibilities miss about Jesus’ 1st-century sociopolitical relevance? In this episode of Upside Down Podcast, Lindsy Wallace and Patricia Taylor process a conversation with author and professor Drew G.I. Hart about the revolutionary life of Jesus and the ways in which we can usher in his peace for our world.
Season 5 | Episode 76: The Necessity of Community: Searching for Your People & Place in 2020
Pull up a seat at our table in the wilderness as we ask each other how community in the time of Jesus can influence an upside-down life today.
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A friend recommended this podcast to me and I was instantly hooked. I binged all the episodes in just a few weeks and have no regrets. Will probably relisten to some as I consider how I can continue to seek justice/shalom as a response to my faith in Jesus as a person, pastor, and co-journeyer in the upside down ways of Jesus!
I am so happy to have found this podcast! As a podcast host and “junkie”, I absolutely adore this podcast! The episode on community had me so teary. I get it! I’m struggling in many ways discussed in this episode. Thank you all so much for authentic and transparent conversation!
This has been one of my favorite podcasts for years. I love the ecumenical perspective. In a time when so many conflate Christianity with right wing politics, it is refreshing to hear voices who are seeking to follow Jesus and bring justice to our broken world. Thanks for doing what you are doing.