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
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.
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.
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.
‘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.
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.
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.
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).
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!
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?