47 episodes

Roxy and Katelyn grew up in the white evangelical American heartland. Both were warned moving to a supposed bastion of secular culture would be dangerous to their faith. While navigating a city where people sleep in on Sunday mornings and the chaste motto “true love waits” isn’t a thing, the two have found a renewed, vibrant faith that has been both strengthened and stretched in the metropolis.

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    • 4.8 • 65 Ratings

Roxy and Katelyn grew up in the white evangelical American heartland. Both were warned moving to a supposed bastion of secular culture would be dangerous to their faith. While navigating a city where people sleep in on Sunday mornings and the chaste motto “true love waits” isn’t a thing, the two have found a renewed, vibrant faith that has been both strengthened and stretched in the metropolis.

    The Rise of Christian Lady Influencers + Hannah Anderson

    The Rise of Christian Lady Influencers + Hannah Anderson

    Roxy and Katelyn are back for a four-part summer series on celebrity! First up: Hannah Anderson on why Christian women are flocking to Instagram to influence the heck out of you.

    • 39 min
    Eat! Drink! Plan the Revolution! + Alissa Wilkinson

    Eat! Drink! Plan the Revolution! + Alissa Wilkinson

    On this episode, Katelyn and Roxy are joined by film critic, author and dinner host extraordinaire, Alissa Wilkinson, for lessons on eating well and living loud. 

    • 42 min
    The SBC, Animal Farm & Disneyland + Jonathan Merritt

    The SBC, Animal Farm & Disneyland + Jonathan Merritt

    Roxy Stone and Guest Host Jonathan Merritt discuss their SBC upbringings and how it feels to watch your childhood denomination go so off the rails.

    • 52 min
    ‘My race and gender are not obstacles. They’re gifts.’ + Nikki Toyama-Szeto

    ‘My race and gender are not obstacles. They’re gifts.’ + Nikki Toyama-Szeto

    Katelyn and Roxy talk with Nikki Toyama-Szeto about how she's learned to lead authentically from both her race and gender. She also shares her family's story as survivors of Japanese internment camps.

    • 38 min
    When Did Being Good Get So Dang Hard? + Sandra Maria Van Opstal

    When Did Being Good Get So Dang Hard? + Sandra Maria Van Opstal

    Katelyn and Roxy talk with Sandra Maria Van Opstal about how to pursue a lifestyle of justice without losing your sanity. 

    • 43 min
    Don’t Tell Us CRT Is the Problem + Jemar Tisby

    Don’t Tell Us CRT Is the Problem + Jemar Tisby

    Katelyn and Roxy sit down with historian Jemar Tisby to discuss the hysteria over critical race theory and why racial progress always incites backlash.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

stevewrightinca ,

Human Growth and Belonging

I’ve only listened to one episode and it was wonderful. Hosts really connect (in this case to a long time friend) and engage important questions. No frills but they stay on point. Inspired me to read Andy’s new book, The Life We’re Looking For. I will also keep this podcast on my radar (good use of technology).

DaveLester ,

Cool podcast

Katelyn and Roxy have such compelling conversations in a space that is still pursuing Christian faith while centering a diverse array of voices speaking on fascinating topics! Highly recommend! 5 stars!

Ehodges05 ,

Music

This is a great podcast, but they have the most random music on loop while they talk. It’s so distracting & honestly - why do Christian podcasts do this?

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