Exploring the joy, beauty, and challenges of living in the traditional sexual ethic as LGBT+/SSA Christians.
S3E10 | The Top Ten Episodes of the First Two Years (#1-5)
We are continuing the review of the top ten most listened to episodes of the podcast so far. With the live episode postponed and the podcast's two year birthday having just happened, we decided to go through the top ten most listened to episodes so far. Last week, we listened to and reviewed clips from #10 through #6. This week we are going over the top 5.
Here is a guide to hear the clips
#5 starts at 3:20
#4 starts at 12:41
#3 starts at 28:13
#2 starts at 41:05
#1 starts at 55:10
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The live episode: The Cohosts on the Sides Terminology has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 20th at 9:15pm EDT. If you registered for previously before it was rescheduled, no need to do so again. If you have not, you can do so here: https://forms.gle/T9xuoTEQi6jVeCPe8
S3E9 | The Top Ten Episodes of the First Two Years (#10-6)
With the live episode postponed and the podcast's two year birthday around the corner, we decided to go through the top ten most listened to episodes so far. In this episode we will listen to clips from #10 through #6. Come back next week for the top 5.
S3E8 | Side B on Faith Tradition Diversity
This week, Josh is talking with three guests: Branden Polk, Johanna Goth Finegan, and Gregg Webb about what it looks like to be Side B within each of their own faith traditions.
S3E7 | One Year After Side B on Life During Corona
For today's episode, Josh, Ashley, and Bekah are joined again by Melinda Melone and David Gill are looking back since recording S2E7 | Side B on Life During Corona.
S3E6 | Josh and Ashley on the Potential Power and Harm of Our Stories
Ashley and Josh discuss the culture of testimonies in church and the ways stories can be weaponized against LGBT+ people as well as the ways they can be a blessing.
S3E5 | Matthew on Queerness and Identity
Sarah and Grant are sitting down with Matthew Ventura, author of the Singled Out blog, to discuss an article on his blog on LGBT+ labels and terminology.
I have recommended this podcast to a wide variety of people. Each episode has left me feeling more informed, thinking deeper, and more in love with not just myself but the wider LGTBQ+ community. Every episode ask hard questions, give thoughtful answers, and make you smile if not laugh along with the host and guest. The host feel like family at this point and you can tell the host genuinely love and care for each other. I hope you enjoy this as much as I have. This podcast is a true treasure.
Quality podcast right here
Quality content from quality people! It’s a must listen!
Podcast that gives me hope
The conversations on the podcast give me hope for the future of LGBTQ christians within the conservative church. The different conversations had are full authenticy and vulnerablity. If you are someone who holds to a trational sexual ethic and is LGBTQ/SSA this is the podcast for you. If you are wanting to be an ally to the community, this is also definitly the podcast for you. Overall, this is a podcast that gives me hope