6 episodes

“Revs on the Road” is a new podcast from Good Faith Media. Travel the country and catch up with beautiful people doing God’s work. Advocating for disability rights. Healing from church hurt and spiritual abuse. Promoting mental health and the power of community. Integrating spirituality and art. Working for racial justice. And so much more. We’ve got red-light rants, pit stops, and detours. Faith is a journey. And we’re on it. Ride along with us!

Revs on the Road Jenna Sullivan and Ashley Robinson

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

“Revs on the Road” is a new podcast from Good Faith Media. Travel the country and catch up with beautiful people doing God’s work. Advocating for disability rights. Healing from church hurt and spiritual abuse. Promoting mental health and the power of community. Integrating spirituality and art. Working for racial justice. And so much more. We’ve got red-light rants, pit stops, and detours. Faith is a journey. And we’re on it. Ride along with us!

    5: When Church Hurts

    5: When Church Hurts

    Reverends Ashley and Jenna talk with therapist Kathryn Keller (Ph.D., LPC-S) about spiritual abuse, “church hurt” and what happens when faith communities get “religid.” The Revs also go deep about nuptials -- and vaccines.

    Listen to “Revs on the Road” on all the usual podcast platforms, and follow the show on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at RevsOnTheRoad.

    Learn more about the hosts, the show, and other Good Faith Media podcasts at GoodFaithMedia.org

    • 50 min
    4 Going Off Script

    4 Going Off Script

    Paxton Smith, the valedictorian of Lake Highlands High School in Dallas who went viral for her valedictory speech about reproductive rights, joins Ashley and Jenna to talk about the highs and lows of “going off script.” Ashley and Jenna also reflect on recent camp experiences and talk about the importance of valuing and dialoguing with youth.

    Listen to “Revs on the Road” on all the usual podcast platforms, and follow the show on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at RevsOnTheRoad.

    Learn more about the hosts, the show, and other Good Faith Media podcasts at GoodFaithMedia.org

    • 52 min
    3 How Are You Feeling?

    3 How Are You Feeling?

    Gloria Cisse, founder of Southern Center for Choice Theory in Macon, Georgia, begins this episode with an unexpected question. Then Ashley and Jenna talk with her about the amazing work she is doing to make mental healthcare and wellness available to the community.

    Listen to “Revs on the Road” on all the usual podcast platforms, and follow the show on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at RevsOnTheRoad.

    Learn more about the hosts, the show, and other Good Faith Media podcasts at GoodFaithMedia.org

    • 52 min
    2 Reimagining Disability

    2 Reimagining Disability

    Rev. Bekah Rhea, a disabled theologian, writer, and community-development practitioner, joins Ashley and Jenna to break down our ideas about disability and what it really means to be accessible. There might also be talk of evangelical puppetry.

    Listen to “Revs on the Road” on all the usual podcast platforms, and follow the show on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at RevsOnTheRoad.

    Learn more about the hosts, the show, and other Good Faith Media podcasts at GoodFaithMedia.org

    • 59 min
    1 Let’s Hit the Road

    1 Let’s Hit the Road

    Hosts -- and reverends! -- Jenna Sullivan and Ashley Robinson orient listeners to the show and journey to come. Start your journey here and learn a bit more about what makes Jenna and Ashley tick.

    Listen to “Revs on the Road” on all the usual podcast platforms, and follow the show on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at RevsOnTheRoad.

    Learn more about the hosts, the show, and other Good Faith Media podcasts at GoodFaithMedia.org

    • 32 min
    Revs on the Road trailer

    Revs on the Road trailer

    “Revs on the Road” is a new podcast from Good Faith Media.

    Travel the country and catch up with beautiful people doing God’s work. Advocating for disability rights. Healing from church hurt and spiritual abuse. Promoting mental health and the power of community. Integrating spirituality and art. Working for racial justice. And so much more.

    We’ve got red-light rants, pit stops, and detours. Faith is a journey. And we’re on it. Ride along with us!

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Ms. Sugarbaker ,

I want in on their next road trip!

Ashley and Jenna are hilarious and I can’t wait to hear more from the new friends they introduce us to. I will definitely be adding them to my daily lineup.

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