Four-time Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross joins the show to discuss humility in victory, grace in defeat, taking down communists, abortion, finding God in failure, PEDs, and her new book Chasing Grace.
Sean Adams returns to discuss the church’s response to the shootings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. We also discuss the importance of listening, how bad people are in all occupations, good cops, and why our identity as Jesus’ followers should take precedent over identity markers.
Lisa Sharon Harper discusses culture shock, Walter Brueggemann, Creation stories, Cross Colours, pilgrimages vs. trips, reconciliation as discipleship, Shalom vs. Heaven, shoes, sin and her new book The Very Good Gospel.
Jonathan Martin returns to the show to discuss vulnerability hangovers, the portable Jerrod McKenna, shipwrecks shaping theology, baptism, Barbara Brown Taylor, bulking up with Stephen Furtick, Robert Redford, and his new book How to Survive a Shipwreck.
Rev. Becca Stevens returns to the show to discuss some amazing stories of redemption, Love Heals, make fun of Luke, Thistle Farms, defend essential oils, the power of community, forgiveness and her new book Letters from the Farm.
Becca Stevens joins the show to discuss redemption in the world of addiction and prostitution, Thistle Farms, loving the world instead of changing the world, who the best preachers of hope are, her love of math, keeping the faith, surviving abuse and The Way of Tea and Justice.
Author Frank Schaeffer joins the show to discuss growing up as Evangelical royalty, embracing paradox, choosing empathy over theology, asking “What is beautiful?” How religion hurts people, yet he’s still at church every Sunday and Why I am an Atheist Who Believes in God.