Category: Podcasts

2FAB: Leymah Gbowee

Today, we release our penultimate episode of the Beatified series. Join us in celebrating the ministry of Leymah Gbowee!

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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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2FAB Madeline L’Engle

In this episode; Madeleine L’Engle, theologian, children’s book author, and spiritual director. Two Feminists Annotate the Beatified has only two more episodes to go! Thank you for listening.

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Faith to Go: Open Your Mind and Ascend

Rachel Ambasing, the Multicultural Missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego, joins Charlette and David this week to talk about opening our minds, ascending with Jesus, and how the Holy Spirit empowers us for great things where we are.

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Faith To Go: The Truth is Within Us

During this week’s episode, we’re joined by The Rev. Carlos Garcia with a special God Sighting then Charlette and David this week to talk about truth, The Holy Spirit, and actually agreeing for once!

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2FAB: Barbara Harris

Luci and Jordan explore the life and legacy of the Episcopal Church’s own Barbara Harris, the first woman consecrated as bishop anywhere in the Anglican Communion.

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Faith to Go: Gatekeepers

This week Charlette and David talk gates, gatekeeping, sheep, and shepherds. Make sure to check out all of this week’s Faith To Go resource offerings for personal reflection, family discussion, and small group conversation at

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2FAB: Anna Ali

Today: we’re talking about the Kenyan religious sister Anna Ali, and the veracity of supernatural visions, believing women, white Jesus, and more!

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Editors' featured posts

Ashes into Beauty

“I am not just burning my mask however. I am using that as a symbol of transformation, a way to remind myself and those around me that the journey of Lent is preparing us for the beauty of Easter Sunday. So how will I accomplish this? This year, by creating artwork from the ashes.”


Toe Jam Vintage

“Now, in reading today’s Gospel in commemoration of Martin Luther, one could easily fall into thinking that the “pruning” and “casting into the fire” that’s being referred to here is about tossing heretics and apostates into the flames of hell.”


LIke a Tree Planted by Water

“The realm of emotion is also a place of fickleness.  Sometimes I feel God’s presence there and sometimes I have only ashes in my heart.  I can feel a deep joy in a melody, the winging of a goose over the rooftops, the prisms in a snowflake.  But just as quickly I can be crushed by loss, fear or illness.”


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