Womaneering podcast is conversations that pioneer Christian womanhood. Dr. Christy Vidrine Bauman and Tracy Johnson explore questions about being a woman while holding onto Christian faith. Find more at womaneering.com
Womaneering Options For Women (The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill)
Tracy Johnson and Dr. Christy Bauman engage in another conversation about The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast particularly the lack of options women have in the church. This episode highlights the shame culture and sexual shame that impact Christian women's ability to live out of a place of mutuality and wholeness. Join us for the conversation as we dive into what kind of faith it takes for women to remain Christians in the Western, Evangelical church under narcissistic leaders.
This episode will talk about shame culture defined as an oppressive nature of American patriarchy emphasizing fundamental effects that shame or dehumanization have on the psychological development of women. We will also discuss the clinical definition of sexual shame as internalized feelings of disgust and humiliation toward one's own body and identity as a sexual being; particularly feelings of abnormality, inferiority, and unworthiness (Clarke, 2017).
"It would appear women are without options." Tracy so brilliantly says in the episode. We explore what it means to have a deeper faith and engage God's options for women rather than man's options for women. Join us at womaneering.com or on any major podcast venue. You can follow us @womaneering_ on Instagram. Womaneering podcast partners with Red Tent Living and bringing Christian women's voices to the table. You can find more information at redtentliving.com
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Womaneering the Rise and Fall of Mars Hill
This episode of Womaneering podcast is a conversation about the Evangelical Christian woman’s plight with patriarchy and male dominance. The question ultimately asked is “will you be dominated by a hood man or a bad man?”. This discussion is based on The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast, Episode 5, What We Do To Women where ex-pastor Mark Driscoll takes a stance on his belief of the woman’s place in the church and family. Please be advised this discussion may be highly triggering for women who have endured covert spiritual and emotional abuse.
Womaneering Generous Orthodoxy
In this episode, Christy tells a story about judgment and being denied the Eucharist. She and Tracy discuss the work it takes to embody a generous orthodoxy. Join us at womaneering.com or on IG @womaneering_
Womaneering The Table
Tracy and Christy discuss the table and what it means to have a seat at the table whether we are Catholic, a Baptist, Pentecostal, or another denomination. They explore what it costs to build a bigger table for more people to come and sit. Join us for the conversation at womaneering.com or on IG @womaneering or @redtentliving #womaneeringpodcast
Tracy and Christy navigate a conversation about belonging to a sisterhood. This episode highlights the female desire to be in deep relationships with other women and to feel included and loved. Christy shares a story about how she came to build rich friendships with her sisterhood through grief and vulnerability. *Trigger Warning: this conversation contains graphic details about the death of a child.
Womaneering the Red Tent
Tracy and Christy discuss what it means to belong to a sisterhood where relationships with other women are important. The Red Tent historically holds a place for menstruating women to be cared for and learn how to birth life and birth death. Listen at womaneering.com
Gratitude for Pioneering!
I love the safe space that Christy and Tracy create to discuss issues of significance. Their courage and maturity to bring the topics to the table and hold those topics with complexity and nuance is a gift. Thank you for not holding the posture that you/we have to have all the answers, for just asking the questions feels like redemption. I want more!!!
Thank God for this podcast
So thankful that FINALLY, finally there is a deep, truthful, inspiring podcast for women. Please keep making content. Passing on your podcast and book to everyone. Even the men in my life.
I am grateful for the work of Christy and Tracy. They call me to live boldly by fighting sexism and seeking to honor the bodies of women. Thank you for teaching me. Keep creating content.