Hosted by Lola Robbins, Kyle Butler, and Jason Elam, The Messy Spirituality Podcast features conversations about life, God, spirituality, and becoming a better human.
Love, Bread and Spaceships with Rob Bell
In this episode, Jason talks with Rob Bell about seeing the whole world as a temple, humanity's big "Why?", and the art of storytelling.
From Marine to Pacifist with Dillon Naber Cruz
In this episode, Jason talks with author and public theologian Dillon Naber Cruz about his journey from the Marines to pacifism, the war in Israel/Palestine, the Trump effect on Evangelicalism, Christian Nationalism, and a lot more.
No More Martyrs
In this episode, Lola, Kyle, and Jason discuss the fascination with martyrs within Evangelicalism and other world religions. Could this idolization of those willing to pay the ultimate price for their faith be unhealthy?
The God of Unending Love with William Paul Young
It was an absolute honor to spend an hour in conversation with "The Shack" author William Paul Young discussing his spiritual journey, his thoughts on the modern church, why we're terrified of a God who loves without condition, the role of Jesus in our faith, and shining light on some of the lies we believe about God.
Authentically Me with Seth Showalter
In this episode, Lola talks with author Seth Showalter about finding the courage to embrace our authentic selves.
The Color of Grief w/Jonathan Foster
In this conversation, Jason speaks with author Jonathan Foster about losing his daughter, finding the strength to write about it, and how his daughter's memory inspires his current work in Haiti.
Open & Honest!
There is so much heart in the Messy Spirituality Podcast. Jason, Lola, Kyle are genuine & vulnerable in their sharing, and have such thought-provoking conversations with their guests! I appreciate how the hosts cover complicated topics and encourage you to embrace your authentic self in each episode... Highly recommend!
One of my favorites
Messy is one of my favorite podcast. Jason is great at interviewing people, explaining positions on complicated topics, everything.
Are feelings a religion?