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Join Ruthie Lindsey and Miles Adcox as they share their hearts, their adventures, their world-changing friends, and the divine collective beauty discovered by delving into their pain and brokenness and sharing it with a world desperate for honesty and hope. Ruthie, a speaker, host, passionate empath and creative, and Miles, an expert in emotional fitness with decades of experience walking alongside people on the journey to health and healing, aren’t afraid to walk right into the tension and invite others to speak their unfiltered truth.

UNSPOKEN Miles Adcox and Ruthie Lindsey

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 685 Ratings

Join Ruthie Lindsey and Miles Adcox as they share their hearts, their adventures, their world-changing friends, and the divine collective beauty discovered by delving into their pain and brokenness and sharing it with a world desperate for honesty and hope. Ruthie, a speaker, host, passionate empath and creative, and Miles, an expert in emotional fitness with decades of experience walking alongside people on the journey to health and healing, aren’t afraid to walk right into the tension and invite others to speak their unfiltered truth.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
685 Ratings

685 Ratings

IggyLongBeach ,

Hope

First time listener. Over two days, on my commutes to and from work I listened to your interview with Richard Rohr. Thank you for the way in which you made me feel welcome. Ruthie you have this joyous yearning in your voice that I connected with deeply. I too have that yearning, I know I do, but it's buried deep inside and very muted. You, Miles, and Richard gave me such a gift. Hope. Thank you.

Estudiante11 ,

Beautiful podcast by beautiful people

Unspoken is a breath of fresh air—uplifting, inspiring conversations in a time when lots of what we hear day to day is discouraging and depressing. They have some awesome guests and always have candid, love-fueled conversations. I wish the episodes were a little bit more bite-sized, as I rarely have time to listen to a whole episode (usually over an hour) in one sitting, but other than that it’s perfect.

Marynoel214 ,

Glad I came back to it...

I took a bit of a break from this podcast because like a couple other reviewers, I started to get uncomfortable with the amount of times the same anecdotes came up and less about diving really deep with the guests. For some reason today I felt a strong desire to start Mike McHargue’s episode and thank God I did. It was what the doctor ordered in terms of the truly Unspoken intention. I cried, I related, I listened. Such a great episode and I hope they can go this deep more often!

Thanks, Ruthie and Miles...and thank you, Mike!

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