22 episodes

For those finding faith or losing it; for those who feel they no longer fit where they once did.
For those who have been hurt, helped, broken or healed by faith experience and find that their current spiritual journey has led them wandering some place wild, unknown and far from home; you’re not alone. 

“A podcast for the spiritually homeless”, the show follows the hosts conversations about faith, love, and how to practice them.

Lonely Mountain Mystics Lonely Mountain Mystics

    • Christianity
    • 4.9 • 27 Ratings

For those finding faith or losing it; for those who feel they no longer fit where they once did.
For those who have been hurt, helped, broken or healed by faith experience and find that their current spiritual journey has led them wandering some place wild, unknown and far from home; you’re not alone. 

“A podcast for the spiritually homeless”, the show follows the hosts conversations about faith, love, and how to practice them.

    Reject vs Reclaim

    Reject vs Reclaim

    We're thinking differently about faith now then we previously did. So what do we do with the ideas, concepts, and language that we used to use? Do we keep it and try to reframe, redefine, or otherwise reclaim it? Or do we reject it outright?

    • 59 min
    Brit Barron - Worth It

    Brit Barron - Worth It

    This week, Devin sits down with author and speaker Brit Barron to talk about her experience of growing up in the evangelical church and when, after becoming a pastor, she started to understand more about herself, her dreams and her sexuality. 
    You can find out more about Brit and the work that she does at her website britbarron.com
     

    • 56 min
    Coming Home to Yourself

    Coming Home to Yourself

    If you've ever been taught not to trust yourself, this episode will be full of good news. Learning to trust yourself and discovering who you are really does feel like coming home.

    • 46 min
    Decolonize My Brain

    Decolonize My Brain

    Have we ever stopped to consider how faith traditions, in our case Christianity, have been agents of colonization? Even now when the boarders of our world may seem largely set, how are prevailing ideologies effecting how we view each other?
    Seeing this, how do we even begin to attempt to think differently?

    • 31 min
    It's Ok To Change Your Mind

    It's Ok To Change Your Mind

    Does changing your mind make you weak, unsure, or something akin to being a traitor? Or does it reflect a willingness to learn and an intellectual honesty about your own experience and even acknowledgement of the limits of that experience...
    This should be good.

    • 52 min
    Evolving Faith

    Evolving Faith

    Faith going through changes? Feeling alone? Check out this episode on the Evolving Faith conference. If you like what you hear and want to learn more, information for the Evolving Faith Conference and the upcoming dates can all be found at evolvingfaith.com
     

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Bob Bancroft ,

“Aristotle says, I am a rational animal….

I love what you guys are doing and I am thankful for the genuine openness of the dialog. I’ve got a few more miles in on this journey and have spent many lonely seasons because of the “churchianity” culture of my generation. To most of my peers and colleges in ministry I have been labeled and ostracized as the heratic, lost soul, victim of end times deception, and so on. A former badge of alienation and judgement, now a never-ending conversation of love and grace.
This format has come at just the right time for some and sadly to late for others, but a breath of truth and exploration none the less. Keep up the good work and keep taking the deep dives. Endless fathoms.
Peace and grace
Bob Bancroft

“The ragamuffin who sees his life as a voyage of discovery and runs the risk of failure has a better feel for faithfulness than the timid man who hides behind the law and never finds out who he is at all.”

“The way of trust is a movement into obscurity, into the undefined, into ambiguity, not into some predetermined, clearly delineated plan for the future. The reality of naked trust is the life of the pilgrim who leaves what is nailed down, obvious, and secure, and walks into the unknown without any rational explanation to justify the decision or guarantee the future. Why? Because God has signaled the movement and offered it his presence and his promise.”
― Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out

nichelemy ,

Honest and Raw

I have finished listening to all of the episodes. Please continue to make more! This has been my favorite podcast by far. It’s encouraging and honest especially if you’ve spent time in an evangelical setting that you could never quite make sense of, yet still yearn for a connection in you faith. Thanks for having these important conversations and allowing me to listen in. I’ve been inspired.

RachelLynn34 ,

A must listen!

I’m not quite caught up yet, but I’ve been listening to these episodes as part of my Sunday morning for a few months now. I can’t say how encouraging these have been as I’m own my own faith journey. Thank you so much for the work you do!

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