Historian and horror scholar Scott Poole returns to the podcast just in time for Halloween. His new book explores how the Great War provided the language for horror cinema and literature. Why is horror such an important language for our culture today?
Reverend Sarah Shay Riley joins us to explore the unique stresses and blessings of being a pastor who is also a parent. We explore everything from spiritual disciplines to raising a kid in a congregation.
Man of many talents Henry Lien joins us to unravel the mysteries of wu liu – a martial art performed on ice skates. We talk everything from foot-binding to mean girls to girl power!
How does suburban culture form us away from the life God created us to live? And how can we discover counter-liturgies that form us toward God? Author Ashley Hales joins us to discover how we find Holy in the suburbs.
What unique challenges do minority persons experience when they live and work in majority culture? Author and leadership coach Adrian Pei teaches us how to see the pain of minority persons and engage the past in ways that are redemptive rather than shame-inducing.