Rev Brit Bolerjack joins us to talk about Earth Day. Why is creation care so important for Christians? And how can we lead faithfully such that our congregations learn the value of creation for a faithful people?
Sandra Maria Van Opstal joins us to settle the deadlock in this year’s Bracketology. But really she’s here to talk about how to take justice work seriously – in our every day lives. How can we begin chasing justice?
Bracketology is back! Even though it’s not March, and we never had a Madness, your faithful Fascinating hosts bring back our annual pop culture bracket. This year is our most harrowing yet, with thrilling triumphs and devastating upsets. Who will win it all? The final choice is YOURS!
Self-Distancing has been especially burdensome for pastors. How can we create space for self-care as we also work to care for our people? PLUS: Games for quarantine!
Holy week is going to be strange this year. How has the way we observe Holy Week changed over the years? And what are some ways we can observe well while we’re in quarantine?
In this time of social distancing, how are our churches adapting? And with holy week just around the corner, how are we preparing for Good Friday and Easter in quarantine?
Gene Yang returns to the show with his most personal work yet: Dragon Hoops. How did a self-professed nerd end up writing a graphic novel about basketball? And what surprising connections did he find to faith?
Jennifer Cho joins Kathy and JR. to discuss the reality dating phenomenon Love is Blind. Who did we love? Who did we hate? And does the show have anything to teach us?
With the COVID-19 quarantine in full swing, your Fascinating friends come to the rescue! We have a whole slew of books, movies and TV to keep you busy while you’re trapped inside.
Want to get your book traditionally published? Matt gives you tips, tricks, and advice for getting your book picked up by an agent and a publisher.