10 episodes

Refugee resettlement worker Jacob Mau burned out in 2017. After that he traveled abroad with members of the Refugee Highway Partnership to spend time with displaced people. Beyond Soundbites Podcast invites you to join Jacob and the RHP on a journey to rediscover the personhood behind the term "refugee," the meaning of home, and the presence of God in the stories of displaced people.

Beyond Soundbites Jacob Mau

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 27 Ratings

Refugee resettlement worker Jacob Mau burned out in 2017. After that he traveled abroad with members of the Refugee Highway Partnership to spend time with displaced people. Beyond Soundbites Podcast invites you to join Jacob and the RHP on a journey to rediscover the personhood behind the term "refugee," the meaning of home, and the presence of God in the stories of displaced people.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

R-Ruth ,

Challenging, eye-opening and relatable

I was impressed with the level of respect and care given to the interview process in Beyond Soundbites. Jake Mau gives listeners a challenging perspective that forces us to reflect on our role in giving voice to displaced people while not using their stories for our own gain. Those who shared their stories of displacement were remarkably relatable in their desires for safety, family unity, and belonging. I admire their bravery in sharing. They truly are remarkable individuals. Overall, great podcast! 100% worth listening to!

Hrbonifa ,

Important and compelling podcast

I've been impressed with the compilation and structure of this podcast. The voices of refugees are front and center, giving the listener a unique opportunity to hear their opinions, ideas, and daily joys and struggles. The podcast explores faith and policy through comprehensive narratives of the people affected by them.

Sammypants27 ,

Nice

I really loved the closing episode! Jacob did a fantastic job of creatively and succinctly outlining the conclusions and limitations of his “research project!” Also, I appreciated the mini series with the goal of focusing on a part of the subjects’ identities that was not related to their status as a displaced person. Very person focused work! Great way to refocus for those of us who work with refugees daily and sometimes find ourselves exhausted in the work.

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