Chris & Trivinia Barber share about their love, their life, and their faith in this episode of Recovering Church Girls.* While Trivinia is newer to the faith, Chris grew up a bit of a rebel in the church (no judgement on either; we can all identify, right?!?) and they each bring a new perspective to the daily in and out of faith and love, both in and out of the home.
Join us in our conversation with Carrie Hoffman, the co-founder of Bigger Life Adventures, as she shares her story of a childhood in church, to church leadership as a teenager and into college, thru her dark period of addiction and into the expansiveness of her spiritual life now.
Lisa Wade Berry, the author of Real Big Love, was a “spiritually curious” child and sought out religion and spirituality on her own. She shares the stories of her on again, off again, on forever journey with us, along with the truths and insights she experienced along the way.
Join me in a conversation with Adam Hansen, VP of Innovation at Ideas to Go and co-author of the book, “Outsmart Your Instincts: How the Behavioral Innovation™ Approach Drives Your Company Forward,” as we delve into both his own personal experience in ministry and family, and apply the lifelong learnings of human behavior to further understand the social construct of the church and organized religion.
Sarai Johnson joins us in a beautiful, heart-wrenching, hope-giving conversation about the choices we make in becoming ourselves.
Dan Gross, Part Two: Complicit and Complacent or Active Advocate?
Pamela Elaine Nichols: Muddy High Heels and Bathroom Breakdowns
Mark Kingsdorf: Love, Weddings, Marriage and Love
Dan Gross: Independent Thinking in a Conformity-Driven Culture
August Spree: Connecting the Dots (Special Episode with The Single Parent Summit)
Maria Fuller: Recovering and Trail Blazing
Shane Snow: Breaking Mormon
Alexis Dean: Inclusion & Intentional Community
Carrie Saum: Untangling the Effects of the Purity Culture on Identity, Self-Worth, Love, and Life
Sarah Nannen: The Renegade Widow Takes on Life and Love, After Loss