A podcast exploring how faith, religion, and spiritual practices inform and shape our personal lives and our community and bring us closer together as humans. Featuring interviews with faith leaders, writers, thinkers, community advocates, and creatives from east-central Illinois.
Kimberly Otchere: Social justice, inclusion & activism grounded in faith
Kimberly shares her lifelong passion for compassionate activism grounded in her faith and the importance of creating love and connection through dialogue.
Don Follis: Create rhythms in your life for health, contentment, and inner peace
Don shares insight on how to live mindfully with an awareness of the natural rhythms of life, the real self-care you need, and the Daily Examen.
Lyndsey Scott: Song and the heart of KINDSHIP with others
A conversation about rekindling kinship with the earth, the power of song and other spiritual technologies, and anchoring anti-racism as a contemplative and embodied practice.
Daniel Guerra: The work of LOVE is to lean in, listen, and engage
Daniel talks about the meaning of LOVE—the essential ingredient in building authentic relationships and community. He shares a message of inclusion, acceptance, and belonging in the church for LBGTQIA+ people and allies.
Nicole Anderson Cobb: Your faith life is a journey
Smile Politely writer Dr. Nicole Anderson-Cobb chats about what she's learned in seminary school and how her beliefs have been challenged and changed through her life experiences.
Beth Walker encourages you to THRIVE in your sweet spot
Beth Walker, the author of Lessons From The Sidelines, shares what it means to CLARIFY your calling, BLOOM where you are planted, and THRIVE in your sweet spot.
Kelly is so interesting to listen to and this pod has helped me learn more about my personal spiritual journey. Highly recommend!