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Join childhood friends Braylon, Chenoa, Kalee, and Taylor as we laugh and discuss the experiences of our past, the realities of our present, and the hope of our future!

SHELTERED: the Podcas‪t‬ SHELTERED: the Podcast

    • Self-Improvement
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Join childhood friends Braylon, Chenoa, Kalee, and Taylor as we laugh and discuss the experiences of our past, the realities of our present, and the hope of our future!

    SNEAK PEEK: Now That I'm Not Your Teacher

    SNEAK PEEK: Now That I'm Not Your Teacher

    Ever wondered, "Why didn't they teach me that in school?" Catch a sneak peek at Friday's episode of co-host and creator Taylor Vogel's NEW podcast, Now That I'm Not Your Teacher! 

    For more information on Now That I'm Not Your Teacher, check out the website at notyourteacherpod.com and follow us on Instagram @nowthatimnotyourteacher.

    • 3 min
    Ep. 25: Bloopers & Blessings for 2021

    Ep. 25: Bloopers & Blessings for 2021

    We're smashing together outtakes from 2020 and blessings for 2021 to bring you a short, laughter filled episode. Happy New Year!

    • 5 min
    Ep. 24: Christmas Traditions

    Ep. 24: Christmas Traditions

    The group's all here! In this week's episode, we're talking Christmas traditions and the impact they have on all of our lives. Giggles and merriment abound this week, with an attempt at Carol of the Bells to round out your holiday season. Merry Christmas!


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    • 40 min
    Ep. 23: Jesus: the Reason for the Season

    Ep. 23: Jesus: the Reason for the Season

    In this group show, join cohosts Braylon Burkhart, Chenoa, Kalee Kunkel Morales, and Taylor Vogel as they talk candidly about Jesus—how they learned about Jesus and how their perceptions have changed over time. In this agenda-free, grace filled space, these four women bring their interpretations of the role of Jesus in the lives of those raised in Christianity.

    For more information about things discussed in this episode, check out our website at shelteredthepodcast.com.


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    • 47 min
    Ep. 22: Throwback Gift Guide 2020!

    Ep. 22: Throwback Gift Guide 2020!

    ‘Tis the season for rad gifts! In this episode, Chenoa and Taylor bring you ten gifts that you can give now, inspired by our favorite gifts we received as sheltered kiddos.
    Find the ENTIRE gift guide in our Show Notes on our website!
    For bonus gifts and our throwback Christmas playlist, sign up to get emails from us!

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    • 38 min
    Ep. 21: Wintry Mix

    Ep. 21: Wintry Mix

    Co-hosts Braylon Burkhart & Taylor Vogel reflect on the things they realized about the winter season as adults--there’s more than just evil ice storms?!--and bring you five ways to weather the winter and make it the best possible!
    (P.S., Taylor didn’t put the gravy in the bathroom gravy boat…)
    Check out our website for complete show notes!
    Click here to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.

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    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

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Dad

I am the parent who created a sheltered environment for Taylor a podcast cohost of this podcast. As a baby boomer my environment and culture was about sheltering and ensuring security for the family. What I have learned from my children, and is expressed in this podcast, is the need for parents to allow more freedom and interaction with their children earlier in their life.

It is great to express the pride I feel while listening to this podcast and hearing my daughter as a woman become the person she feels she needs to be as a woman in this world today. It is difficult at times to hear where I might have failed her, but I too am only human and I realize love, as well as friendship, allows for mistakes and opens up the lines of communication, if you allow them in your life.

It has to be one of the greatest feeling as a parent to begin to learn from your children. It opens up a another world of interaction and growth. Today these women have available to them modes to communicate and share that I never dreamed about at their age.

Listening to these podcasts is refreshing and provides hope about a unified country. I know these women in my daughters life and for them to share what they have had to overcome and learn to maintain their friendship with varying backgrounds and values is extremely educational not only to others but to anyone who seeks friendship and stability in a chaotic world.

I recommend this podcast not because my daughter is a cohost, but because I a am better father and a better man by listening to the wisdom I find from these ladies interaction.

LANDMSMDBNSS ,

Great content!

Very relatable and vulnerable. I appreciate all these opinions and their insight! Great people

Tarirya ,

Light hearted but real

These women are so much fun. They are caring, smart, funny and humble. Their conversations are light hearted and fun but they are also honest and real. I too was sheltered growing up and although being “sheltered” is typically seen as a negative thing, so much good has come out of it too. It has given me a unique perspective on life and I can’t wait to hear how each one of these women have been molded by their experiences.

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