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Upside Down Podcast is an ecumenical podcast at the intersection of justice, spirituality, and culture. Join us for conversations about God's Upside Down Kingdom. No topic is off limits. Upside Down Podcast is a collaborative Christian podcast co-founded by Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace. Some of our most popular guests have included Christena Cleveland, Dr. John Perkins, Shane Claiborne, Jo Saxton, Father Greg Boyle, Shannan Martin, and Dominique Gilliard. Popular episodes have featured the enneagram, gentrification, nonviolence, vocations and callings, immigration, and more. Upside Down is proud to be an ecumenical podcast, bridging the gap between Catholic and Protestant thought. Visit www.upsidedownpodcast.com or follow us on Instagram at @upsidedownpodcast.

Upside Down Podcast Kayla Craig, Lindsy Wallace

    • Christianity
    • 4.8, 220 Ratings

Upside Down Podcast is an ecumenical podcast at the intersection of justice, spirituality, and culture. Join us for conversations about God's Upside Down Kingdom. No topic is off limits. Upside Down Podcast is a collaborative Christian podcast co-founded by Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace. Some of our most popular guests have included Christena Cleveland, Dr. John Perkins, Shane Claiborne, Jo Saxton, Father Greg Boyle, Shannan Martin, and Dominique Gilliard. Popular episodes have featured the enneagram, gentrification, nonviolence, vocations and callings, immigration, and more. Upside Down is proud to be an ecumenical podcast, bridging the gap between Catholic and Protestant thought. Visit www.upsidedownpodcast.com or follow us on Instagram at @upsidedownpodcast.

    Season 4 | Episode 72 - We’re Not Going Back to Normal: Who Will We Be When This is Over?

    Season 4 | Episode 72 - We’re Not Going Back to Normal: Who Will We Be When This is Over?

    This global pandemic has only magnified the fractures in our systems -- and even in our own hearts. In our final episode of season four, we’re asking this question: How do we not go back to the way things were before COVID-19?

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 71: Native with Kaitlin Curtice

    Episode 71: Native with Kaitlin Curtice

    Kaitlin Curtice joins Lindsy and Kayla with a conversation that is both a gentle challenge and a balm of encouragement. Kaitlin is a citizen of the Potawatomi Nation, a Christian, and a poet who speaks on faith and justice within the church as it relates to Indigenous peoples. Her newest book, Native: Identity, Belonging, and Rediscovering God came out just last week.

    • 37 min
    Episode 70: Be the Bridge with Latasha Morrison

    Episode 70: Be the Bridge with Latasha Morrison

    Join host Kayla Craig with co-host Alissa Molina as they welcome Latasha Morrison. Tasha is a speaker, author, reconciler, bridge-builder, and leader, committed to educating people on cultural intelligence and racial literacy.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 69 - Maternal Justice with Cessilye Smith

    Episode 69 - Maternal Justice with Cessilye Smith

    Join host Alissa Molina and co-host Lindsy Wallace as we no longer only follow along with the work of Cessilye Smith, but have the opportunity to sit and learn from her. Her work in the areas of maternal health and justice are powerful

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 68: Church Beyond Walls: Loving Our Neighbor in Times of COVID-19 with Rev. Anna Woofenden

    Episode 68: Church Beyond Walls: Loving Our Neighbor in Times of COVID-19 with Rev. Anna Woofenden

    Join us as we consider ways to spiritually connect in these days. May we be people who lean into the uncertainty, and increase church, even as we cease in-person gatherings.

    • 45 min
    Episode 67 - Turning Modesty Inside Out: Unpacking What it Means to be Modest

    Episode 67 - Turning Modesty Inside Out: Unpacking What it Means to be Modest

    What does it mean to be modest? Are modesty and purity the same thing? In this episode, Alissa, Gina, Kayla, and Lindsy candidly discuss the topic of modesty in our culture through the lens of God’s upside-down kingdom.

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
220 Ratings

220 Ratings

Hljurdsghhc ,

Beware of generalizations

This podcast says they are looking for biblical truth but they use generalizations. One of them stated that white supremacy is what dictates modesty. Women are the ones putting social pressures on other women. One said “I just can’t” as if she is angry towards men for this when in all reality women are the reason and also, if you are a believer with anger towards men, (or any group of people) that is a heart problem you need to look into. They also said (referring to the Super Bowl) that “no one” was concerned when it was a white man shirtless but because it was Latino women it was a problem. That is not the truth! For any Christian, both should be a problem. (Another generalization on their part) They said that no black men raped white women and that only white men raped black women back in the day. This is genuinely laughable- it went both ways. Maybe it was more common for a black man to be falsely accused and white men got away with it more often but these women are using huge generalizations in history to back their beliefs instead of using the gospel. They should look into what color of people the first slave owner were. If you are looking for a Podcast that is based on biblical truth and not the opinions of seemingly angry women- check out Allie Beth Stuckey’s- Relatable.

Clare. Delgado ,

Get ready to feel uncomfortable!

I cannot say enough about this podcast and the affect it has had on my daily life! These conversations have truly pushed me out of my comfort zone and forced me to study my role as a Christian woman in our world, and how to use my privilege to bring justice for all. I can honestly say that this podcast will influence how my husband and I choose to raise our “upside down” children in the future!

PB_lover<3 ,

Helpful

I enjoy listening to all the girls give their opinions. It is cool to see how women from different backgrounds can come together and have conversations like these. It would be great to have a podcast on the different religious views where you can have it in a safe space, to show people with friends from different backgrounds how to still come together in faith and friendship.

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