Is running or enjoying the outdoors part of your spiritual practice? This week we talk with Skyler Mosenthal, a biology teacher and runner!
everyday spiritualitya podcast from connect.faith
Everyday Spirituality is a podcast from connect.faith; which is a new worshiping community of the Presbyterian Church (USA) unbound by location coming together at the intersection of creativity, spirituality and justice. Learn more about connect.faith at our website – https://connect.faith
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This week we turn the tables on Pastor Debbie Bronkema and interview her about her creative writing as a spiritual practice and her new book!
Today, we talk with Nick Zork, who discusses his journey as a musician and the intersection of theology and music.
Today, we talk with Chris Dingman, vibraphonist and composer who embodies creativity and spirituality in his journey to connect people.
Cali sat down with Milton and Humza who dove into the importance of education, community, and using our voices to achieve justice.
Today’s episode of our Young Leaders series Cali spoke with two activists, Kyla Maryangelene and Jayda-Milan Parker about the reason behind their activism.
In this episode Cali Bronkema sat down with Kyla MaryAngelene & Jayda-Milan Parker who organized a successful protest with over 1500 people in downtown Trenton, NJ.
In this episode Cali Bronkema sat down with activists Humza Mumtaz and Milton Esliker who took action in their community following the death of George Floyd.
Creativity, Spirituality, and the Farmworker Community | Teresita Matos-Post | Everyday Spirituality
In this episode of we sit down with Teresita Matos Post to talk about creativity as a personal outlet, spiritual connection, and a tool for justice.
In this episode of Everyday Spirituality we sit down with Joy Zimmerman to discuss music, faith, and ideas for how we can do justice and peace.
In this episode of Everyday Spirituality we continue our conversation with David LaMotte and discuss music, privilege, and Worldchanging.