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Assessing Your Life
Rob, Robert, and Amy discuss what celebrities people think they look like, loneliness, individualism vs. collectivism, and how helpful (or not) checklists are in evaluating your life on a regular basis.
This week Rob, Robert, and Amy talk about making it up as we go, karma, and how to embrace waiting. This was originally streamed as an episode of Social Thread Live, which can be viewed on Wednesday nights at 6 p.m. (Arizona) on our Facebook page.
Joe Webb Talks About Building Communities For Spiritual Exiles
Joe joins Rob and Robert to talk about building new types of faith communities for those who feel like they don't fit in or are missing something from their current spiritual journey.
Joe Webb is the creator and curator of Accidental Tomatoes, an online community for people who are looking for a new way of being the church beyond institutional boundaries.
He is the founder and lead facilitator of New Wineskins, an ecumenical discussion group that meets bi-weekly in a local brewpub.
This is a crossover episode that will also appear later on the Accidental Tomatoes podcast.
In a crossover episode from Explore Your Faith Live, Rob, Robert, and Amy talk about the parts of ourselves we hide from the world, why good people stand by and let bad things happen, and what is really important in life.
Jason Isaak Talks About Faith, Politics, and Public Service
Jason Isaak is the Advisor to the Attorney General of the Sate of Arizona. A Tucson native, Jason worked for the public affairs firm Policy Development Group from 1998 until 2018 where he represented clients at all levels of government – local, state, and federal. Prior to joining PDG, he served as legislative director for Congressman Jim Kolbe and spent nearly eight years in his Washington, DC office. In 2018, Jason returned to the public sector where he serves in his current role.
Jason is also the host of the Arizona Originals Podcast where he interviews "Arizona’s leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs from every walk of life." Learn more about Jason and his podcast at www.azoriginals.net
Awkward Silence as a Spiritual Practice
This episode we're trying something a little different. This is the audio from our Explore Your Faith Live that takes place on Facebook every Wednesday night at 6 p.m. Arizona time. We model a shortened version of what we do at our Explore Your Faith Meetups on Zoom every week. Check out the episode as Rob Rynders, Robert Payne, and Amy Notbohm talk about tact, stoicism, and awkward silences as a spiritual practice. If you'd like to be a part of these kinds of conversations check out www.socialthread.org/meetups.