On this episode of kin•dom conversations, Pepa and Brad sit down with Phil Dieke- United Methodist Clergy and Board member of Texas Impact
On this episode of kin•dom conversations, Pepa and Brad sit down with Charles Kiser, co-author of Trauma-Informed Evangelism: Cultivating Communities of Wounded Healers. They'll be chatting about how bad theologies have co-opted a good God - a God who shares the experience of the traumatized. This vision of God allows us to better see the Divine in our neighbors and in ourselves. It's gonna be GOOD STUFF!
Pepa and Brad sit down with Kearstin Bailey, a tarot-reading, astrology-loving, queer mystic. They'll be talking about Kearstin's work as a Christian Diviner, and what the heck she means by that! Here's a sneak peek: god is everywhere, and Kearstin wants to help everyone connect with Them in ways that feel affirming. We LOVE!
Pepa and Brad sit down with Julianna Kelly to talk about banned books! Julianna is an English student at TWU and a public library employee making it their mission to promote diverse K-12 books. From public schools to public libraries, this topic offers plenty of conversation.
Pepa and Brad welcome Sara Cunningham and Karrie Fletcher-Rollins, the Founder and the Executive Director of Free Mom Hugs, to talk about the transformative power of our stories and how we learn to love each other better.
Pepa talks with Dr. Haley Feuerbacher about burnout, trauma, re-wilding and how to practice courageous compassion.
Brad and Pepa talk to Meredith Higgins and Sarabeth Holman about practical ways to get through the holidays when things don't feel merry and bright.
Brad and Pepa talk to Garrett DeGraffenreid about the history of Queer Power and the importance of spaces for marginalized communities.
Brad and Pepa talk to Andy Hackett about voter information and how to register to vote! All resources mentioned are listed in the comments.
This video gives a great view into kin-dom camp!
Pepa and Brad chat with Zachary Moore
Brad and Pepa re-cap our camp conversation and talk about Biblical Interpretation!
Brad and Pepa talk all things kin-dom camp with camp co-founder, Andy Hackey
Brad and Pepa recap the conversation with abby, and catch up
Brad and Pepa talk about Divestment, Climate Change and lots of other things with Rev. abby mohaupt, Director of Education and Training for Green Faith
Brad and Pepa talk with McKinnon Mitchell around the question of: Can an Atheist and a Christian Build a life together?
The first conversation of 2022!
The Longest Night, a service of lament and hope. Liturgy and music provided by Sanctified Art.
Brad and Pepa welcome guest, Jaci Varnell as we discuss the hard part of the holidays and how to cope.
Brad and Pepa welcome guest, Stephen Causey and discuss what it means to be a second generation cult survivor.
A Pastor and an Atheist start a show?? A little bit more about Pepa and Brad
A Pastor and an Atheist discuss what a change of heart looks like.
Guest: Rev. Mally Baum
Reflections on Abiding in Love through the lens of John 15
Worship in partnership with MoreLight Presbyterians, word offered by Rev. Shanea D. Leonard
looking for the light, embracing the shadows
looking at Genesis 17, and talking about names and identities
Looking at Mark 1: 9-13 and remembering to begin with beloved.
You are made of Light and dust, of mess and miracles, and you are loved.
May the Light guide us all
Reflections on Joshua 1:9 and Psalm 23
Telling the story of the Magi, The Epiphany and receiving Star Words
Liturgy amended from Sanctified Art
Music: "Epiphany" by the Piano
a service of scripture and candlelight, welcoming the Christ Child together
A Service of Lament and Hope in partnership with Melissa UMC
Liturgy amended from Sanctified
Thoughts on light, stars, Mary and God-News
in partnership with Melissa UMC
Worship in Partnership with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on the First Sunday of Advent- the Sunday of Hope
Worship in Partnership with Melissa United Methodist Church. Reflections on gratitude and making a joyful noise!
Worship in partnership with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, All Saints Day
Worship in partnership with First Progressive Church of Los Angeles and reflections on the Parable of the Wedding Banquet
Reflections on Phillipians 2 and being emptied out in a way that offers fulfillment to others, and our own purpose.
Reflections on Matthew 16 and the question "who do you say I am"