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“At first, the practice of ‘Attention, attention, attention’ is a struggle. We learn how much complicity we have had with the dark. We turn toward


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Faith to Go: Beautiful Healing

This week The Rt. Rev. Phyllis Spiegel, Bishop Diocesan of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah, joins Charlette and David to share her experience of healing, redemption, and wonder.  Click here to learn more about Bishop Phyllis’ ministry and the vibrant work of The Episcopal Diocese of Utah.

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2FAB: Rachel Held Evans

And just like that, our journey through the great feminist ancestors and saints comes to an end with an episode about the woman who inspired us to begin: Rachel Held Evans. It has been our privilege to build this community with you as we read the Bible together and met these extraordinary women of faith throughout history. May God bless you all and shelter you under Her wings until we meet again!

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Faith to Go: God Sightings

This week, Alan Yarborough, The Church Relations Officer with the Office of Governmental Relations of The Episcopal Church joins Charlette and David to share his experience of wonder, service, and advocacy.

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The Power of Memories

Grief and memory go together. After someone dies, that’s what you’re left with. And the memories are so slippery yet so rich. – Mike Mills,

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Dreaming a Mystery

“For God speaks…though people do not perceive it.In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falls on mortals, while they slumber

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Genesis 1:1-2:4a; Psalm 8 In the beginning there was light. As the first flash of light danced at creation, and the gravid Earth burst into song, as

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The Visitation

I love that, for a moment, you embraced, neither wondering how the other came to be in her loosened state, knowing next to nothing of the contractions to

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