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Two friends on a spiritual journey, learning and laughing along the way.
 
Upside Down Podcast features unscripted conversations on spirituality, culture, and God's Upside Down Kingdom. We dive into justice, spirituality, and Christian culture. No topic is off limits.Upside Down Podcast is a collaborative, Christian podcast co-hosted by Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace. Some of our most popular episodes include Hashtag Blessed, The Enneagram, Downward Mobility, Gentrification, and a special interview with John Perkins, civil rights leader and founder of the Christian ...
 
I'm EbonyJanice of #TheFreePeopleProject. I am a Hip Hop Womanist. You can follow the hashtag #PreachEb on IG to learn more about how I literally am Rap Genius for Hip Hop Lyrics and Scripture. This podcast is about all things hip hop and religion/spirituality. I'll be here every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month! www.hiphopwomanist.com || Email hiphopwomanist@gmail.com to answer weekly Cypher question!
 
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Season 4 | Episode 58 - Good Grief Grief is the deep sorrow, anguish, and pain we feel after a loss or a death of a loved one. We all know it when it comes to us, in our hearts and in our bones. But, once we’re faced with that heaviness, what do we do with grief? How do we move forward with it or lean into it? Host Gina Ciliberto and co-hosts L ...…
 
We’re familiar with or at least heard of the Enneagram, but how can it help us usher in a more livable world for the most marginalized among us? What does this age-old tool of self-discovery have to say to us today, in our deeply polarized often tragic times? In this episode, Lindsy and Kayla talk with Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson of the Enn ...…
 
What's performative wokeness? How does our faith influence the destructive performativity of Internet activism? In this episode, join host Kayla, with co-hosts Lindsy, Alissa, and Gina, in this first discussion of Season 4 - "Get Your People." In this episode, we: Laugh as we catch up with co-hosts after our summer hiatus Explore the definition ...…
 
Violence permeates our society. But Shane Claiborne and Mike Martin believe we can begin preparing for the future the prophets foretold now, where swords will be converted to plows. Join us as we discuss their new book, Beating Guns, which Walter Brueggemann called, “The quintessential pro-life book if there ever was one!” When Jesus said to lo ...…
 
Hope is still possible, even when the pain of the world feels like too much. What if kindness, empathy, and compassion are the way forward? Join host Kayla Craig and co-hosts Lindsy Wallace, Alissa Molina, and Gina Ciliberto with special guest John Pavlovitz. John is a writer, pastor, and activist. In the past five years, John's blog Stuff That ...…
 
You can’t fully explain it. But we’ve all experienced the phenomenon: Inner tugs that just won’t let us go. What are callings? How do we define vocation? Inspired by one of our first and most-popular episodes, "Hashtag Blessed," comes "Hashtag Called." Gina Ciliberto hosts a conversation on what it means to be “called” with co-hosts Alissa Moli ...…
 
On this Part 2 of "The Nipsey Hussle Bible" podcast episode I discuss the controversy of folk calling Nipsey Hussle "Jesus." You can support my work by subscribing to my patreon at patreon.com/ebonyjanice or giving in the following ways:paypal.me/ebonyjaniceCashapp: $EbonyJaniceVenmo: @ebonyjanicepaypal.me/blackgirlmixtape…
 
What is prayer? Why does it matter? Is there a right way to pray? Join Kayla Craig, Lindsy Wallace, and Alissa Molina as they enter into an engaging, unexpected, fast-paced conversation with Justin McRoberts and Scott Erickson; the authors of Prayer: Forty Days of Practice. We talk about praying when you don’t want to pray or don’t know how, be ...…
 
Nipsey Hussle was forced into ancestry a week ago. I have been grieving this in an unexplainable way.However, the lyric in my spirit this week will explain why I decided to go ahead and record this episode. Long Live Nipsey Hussle.I hope we never go back to business as usual.- Subscribe to this podcast here (on Soundcloud) or on iTunes: Rap The ...…
 
In this episode, Lindsy Wallace is joined by guest co-host and friend of the podcast Diana Oestreich in a conversation with Claire Swinarski of The Catholic Feminist Podcast to discuss the “F” word, as well as labeling ourselves and others. In this episode, we: Learn The Catholic Feminist Podcast origin story; Unpack the definition of “feminist ...…
 
This episode is a 5 point guide for how to take care of your spirit and soul as taught to me by the life of my grandmother, a Womanist self care guru! Also, to continue supporting my work please subscribe to my podcasts, share with people that should be a part of this community, and like/comment everywhere this podcast exists.- You can also sup ...…
 
What happens when your plans get turned upside down? What happens when you have to begin again? This two-part episode starts on a personal note and ends with exciting introductions of TWO new co-hosts! First, Upside Down Podcast founders Kayla and Lindsy share the unexpected events that happened between Jan. 6 and Feb. 6 in both of their famili ...…
 
This is the Season 2 premiere of Rap Theology:Discussing Gucci, T.I., Floyd Mayweather - and the moral and ethical responsibility of hip hop to give back (or not).Make sure you subscribe on Soundcloud and iTunes. Please leave a review. Visit www.hiphopwomanist.com to learn more about the work I do around #HipHopWomanism. You can support my work ...…
 
What is ethical storytelling? Why is it important to allow others to tell their own stories? In this thought-provoking episode, we're back from our hiatus to do a deep dive into what to consider when sharing the stories of others in a way that honors their dignity. Kayla Craig hosts with Lindsy Wallace and guests Dr. Melissa Borja and refugee a ...…
 
What does "representation matters" mean? Ryan Tolbert of Tru-Colour Bandages joins Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace to discuss what representation is, why it matters, their own representation experiences, and how they believe a kinder, more inclusive planet is in our future. In this episode, we: Learn the Tru-Colour Bandages origin story; Unpack ...…
 
Consumption! Capitalism! Consumerism! Christmas! We’re hitting pause and engaging the heart of consumption, capitalism, consumerism and most importantly, the heart of Christmas. What does it mean to celebrate the birth of Jesus, a poor kid from Nazareth who learned his father’s trade and had nowhere to lay his head? Ashley Hales and Shannan Mar ...…
 
Get ready for a very special conversation with Father Gregory Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, the largest gang intervention, rehab and re-entry program in the United States. Father G sat down with Kayla Craig during his visit to Iowa to discuss kinship, compassion, and hope in suffering. We welcome you into this intimate conversation. Soa ...…
 
This weekend Ntozake Shange transitioned into the eternal and praise God we get to experience her overflow in the eternal as spirit!You can support my work by donating to my paypal at paypal.me/ebonyjanice or subscribing to my Patreon where I'm teaching a monthly course on many topics around racial justice, spiritual activism, and womanist prax ...…
 
Immigration has become a polarizing and politicized topic in our country and our world. Demeaning phrases and overwhelming statistics are thrown around with frightening ease and often it seems we have forgotten that we are talking about people. We’ve invited today’s guest, Sarah Quezada, to remind us of the humanness of immigration. Sarah is a ...…
 
This is my take on Black Twitter's discovery that Timothy Anne Burnside, a white woman, is in charge of the hip hop exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. - Distinguishing the difference between white women and women that happen to be white.- Discussing who your favorite white woman racial justice/social justice ...…
 
We're excited to share our first episode ever recorded with a live audience, recorded at the Upside Down Gathering on Sept. 21. In this conversation, we dive into the tension between faith deconstruction and reconstruction, guided by professional counselor and friend of the podcast Aundi Kolber. Kayla Craig, Lindsy Wallace, and Shannon Evans op ...…
 
We talk vulnerability with Mandy Smith, lead pastor of University Christian Church, a campus and neighborhood congregation with its own fair-trade café in Cincinnati. Mandy is a regular contributor to Christianity Today and Missio Alliance and the author of “The Vulnerable Pastor: How Human Limitations Empower Our Ministry.” She also is the dir ...…
 
On this episode of Rap Theology - I'm talking about the huge cultural impact of Writings on The Wall from a (fan) perspective but also from a hip hop womanist and black feminist perspective. Additionally, I'm discussing Nicki Minaj's inability to really "grow UP" in hip hop because of the historicity of hip hop's misogyny and sexism.You can sup ...…
 
We kick off season three with an extra special conversation with one of our friends at Preemptive Love Coalition! Jessica Courtney, co-founder and Vice President of International Programs for Preemptive Love Coalition, joins Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace to discuss unmaking violence and pursuing a more beautiful world. With heart and humility, ...…
 
This episode of Rap Theology I'm talking about Blackness As Religion - but I'm using Jay Z and Beyonce's "Black Effect" track from "Everything Is Love" to consider what blackness as religion would look like.Learn more about my Hip Hop Womanism work at www.hiphopwomanist.comYou can support my work so that I can continue to share and teach in the ...…
 
This episode of Rap Theology is on the topic of "Decolonizing Authority" AND we talk about Busta Rhymes voice being the actual language of "The Black Impossible." The cypher question is "Who would you work for for free?"www.hiphopwomanist.comSearch #PreachEb on Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook to learn more about the work I'm doing to creat ...…
 
On this episode of #RapTheology, I am talking about ancestral healing (healing the ancestors and the healing that happens for us when we initiate relationship with the ancestors). I'm breaking down the Christian Demonic Filter (TM) and I'm asking us to consider the power of just being able to say our elders and ancestors names.Also continuing w ...…
 
Lyric In My Spirit is an ode to Lil Kim, Discussing Nicki Minaj Messiness, and the audacity of Patriarchy to challenge Mrs. Serena Williams PERIOD! Self Care Share is a subscription to my A Little Self Help "iLLionaire Monthly Membership" program. Visit www.alittleselfhelpcompany.com (choose the A Little Self Help option in the menu) and scroll ...…
 
We're gathering in Chicago this fall at the first-ever Upside Down Gathering. Today (June 22) is the last day to purchase your early bird tickets, so Kayla and Lindsy have a quick chat introducing the speaker lineup for the two-day event at Wilson Abbey in Chicago. Hear a preview of Micah Bournes' music, find out which Upside Down Podcast guest ...…
 
Y'all swear Beyonce is dumb - let's deal with this.I'm wondering if Kanye was right when he told Sway he didn't have the answers... and that's rough on me right now.And what is xxxtentacion's death and life teaching us based on how we are responding to his murder?Be sure to subscribe, leave a comment - leave a review on iTunes.…
 
On this episode of Rap Theology with EbonyJanice - I'm talking about Kanye West - whether or not we're keeping him and whether or not we're keeping his music... bragging on meeting a hip hop legend, and ghostwriting as the cypher question that y'all gave feedback towards.Subscribe on soundcloud and iTunes and leave a rating on iTunes and a review.…
 
In our last regular episode before summer break, we gather to talk about community: not the hashtag or the social media version, but the essence of community as a sense of place and belonging. Host Kayla Craig is joined by Lindsy Wallace, Shannon Evans, and special guest, Rebekah Troche, who lives at Jesus People USA, a church and intentional c ...…
 
n this episode of Rap Theology, I'm discussing whether or not Childish Gambino's "This Is America" makes him genius - the fact that Solange Knowles IS genius, and our cypher topic of the week is on names and nicknames. The Black Girl Mixtape podcast that I mentioned in this episode is HERE:https://soundcloud.com/black-girl-mixtapeYou can suppor ...…
 
In this episode, we gather to discuss the relationship between women and our bodies. Host Shannon Evans is joined by Lindsy Wallace, Kayla Craig, and special guest, author Colleen Mitchell. Colleen is the author of “When We Were Eve: Uncovering the Woman God Created You to Be.” Together we analyze the effects of both hypersexualization and exce ...…
 
On this episode of #RapTheology I am still spitting hot fire like Dylan with my "Verse that's in my spirit," talking about Nas, Kanye West, Bill Cosby, RKelly, and blaming all the women. Additionally - putting this weeks cypher on hold and Self Care share gonna bless you indeed!By EbonyJanice The Hip Hop Womanist.
 
We're grateful to have Dominique Gilliard, author of “Rethinking Incarceration: Advocating for Justice That Restores,” join us on the podcast. In addition to being an author and an ordained minister, Dominique is the director of racial righteousness and reconciliation for the Love Mercy Do Justice (LMDJ) initiative of the Evangelical Covenant C ...…
 
In this episode of Rap Theology I am discussing Black Girl Hand Games, Womanist Squad Goals, and my self care share will help keep you from having to literally ring the alarm!By EbonyJanice The Hip Hop Womanist.
 
What does it look like to raise upside down kids and be intentional parents in God's Kindom? Are the Beatitudes just for people who aren’t too busy? Was Jesus addressing only non-parents? How can social ministry and family ministry enrich each other In this episode, we talk about how we can preach the Gospel within and through our own families, ...…
 
Episode 5 of Rap Theology is addressing the power of black women's dollars, the importance of valuing black women's voices and capacity to create culture - and the brands that we are loyal to.By EbonyJanice The Hip Hop Womanist.
 
In this episode, we talk all things Enneagram, an ancient tool that has grown in popularity in Christian spheres in recent years. Most people think of the Enneagram as a personality typing system, but may not be familiar with it or how it can influence us in the upside down kingdom. Lindsy Wallace leads the conversation with co-hosts Shannon Ev ...…
 
Professional counselor Aundi Kolber joins for an open and honest conversation about mental health, and the sometimes precarious relationship between mental health and the Christian community. Kayla Craig leads the conversation with co-hosts Shannon Evans and Lindsy Wallace. Aundi Kolber (@aundikolber) is a professional counselor in Colorado, wh ...…
 
On this episode of Rap Theology - I apologize for the terrible audio quality of episode 3, talk about Black Panther, Black Women's Beauty, Lupita and Danai KILLING THE GAME, and Beyonce "rapping like a man" on Top Off with JayZ, Future, and Dj Khaled.By EbonyJanice The Hip Hop Womanist.
 
What's it like to “do life” as an adoptive family? Kayla Craig leads the conversation with co-hosts Shannon Evans and Lindsy Wallace. Between us, we have 13 kids, six of whom were adopted. We’ve done foster care, international adoption, and domestic infant adoption. We’re not experts, but we are experienced and we’re excited to share what we’ve ...…
 
Jo Saxton and Steph Williams O'Brien join us in this episode to discuss what it's like to be a woman in God's Kingdom in 2018. What did God have in mind when He created women? What are the possible negative consequences when women are left out of the conversation? Kayla Craig leads a discussion with co-hosts Shannon Evans and Lynsy Wallace. Gue ...…
 
SHOW NOTES @JessCLively @Selflovewithkayla @AuroraLyraYoga @LauraFruitFairy @PregnantChicken @thevulnerabilitychallengeBy Hashtag Blessed Podcast.
 
Episode 3 of the Rap Theology podcast is EbonyJanice breaking down the Afrofuturist elements in Kendrick Lamar's "All The Stars" video. Then talks about gendering God & White Jesus (or) Cracker Christ.By EbonyJanice The Hip Hop Womanist.
 
SHOW NOTES The benefits of play for adults 40 ideas to experience childlike playfulness as adults 8 Ways to Make Your Life More Fun 52 Ways to Show I Love You: Having Fun TogetherBy Hashtag Blessed Podcast.
 
SHOW NOTES @AuroraLyrayoga Therootedandrising.com PROMO code for 15% off: BLESSEDPODCAST @Yoga_Girl Rachel Bratham @Stephynow Stephanie Birch @Heidiwilliams89 @SarasvatihewittBy Hashtag Blessed Podcast.
 
On Episode 2 of the podcast, Rap Theology, I'm talking about sex, sexuality, sensuality, the erotic, and the Bible. So I get into some Cardi B, some Lil Kim, some Beyonce, and the way womanism, particularly hip hop womanism wants to deal with black women being able to own their bodies. Like. Comment. Subscribe. Rate this podcast on iTunes.…
 
Do we avoid talking about age?​ ​Why? Kayla​ ​Craig leads the discussion with​ ​co-host Lindsy Wallace and guest host Corinne Shark​ joins us from SE Asia. We talk about it all in this episode​: ​Aging, glorification of youth, unexpected illness in our own lives, fear of aging and death (yeah, we go there), multi-generational relationships, the ...…
 
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