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If you baptized public radio, you’d get Love Thy Neighborhood. Subscribe now to the podcast Christianity Today calls “amazing and authentic.” Love Thy Neighborhood combines documentary journalism, studio interviews, and a rich soundtrack to tell the stories of people wrestling with what it means to follow Jesus amidst the social and cultural issues of our time. In an era that pits biblical faithfulness against social action, this biweekly series explores a third way that holds onto both. Hos ...
 
What would happen if we could improve our relationships? Welcome to The EnneaCast, a bi-weekly show that explores personality and the Enneagram through the lens of the gospel. Every episode combines teaching, an interview and a ridiculous game into a fascinating and fun listening experience. Hosted by certified Enneagram coaches Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis, The EnneaCast features Enneagram coaches, authors, pastors, artists and counselors sharing their wisdom and playing funny games base ...
 
Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
The Spiritually Sassy Show is for people longing for an avant-garde awakening, where we're redefining what it means to be spiritual in modern times! Join our host, spiritual revolutionary and international best-selling author Sah D'Simone, for conversations that inspire and enlighten. Each week, he'll be joined by a diverse set of thought leaders, disruptors, change-makers, and visionaries who pave the way for a limitless, deeply inclusive, radically joyful state of being in their own unique ...
 
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Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 4 - as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 4 coworkers. They interview Dr. Russell Moore from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission about being a Type 4 at work. The trio plays If You Had To, where Dr. Moore is faced wit…
 
Violent crime, including mass shootings, are way up. On average over 300 people are shot everyday in America. In 2013, one of them was Taylor Schumann. She talks with Kaitlyn Schiess about her new book, “When Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough,” and the side of gun violence most of us forget—the survivors. Also this week, the Southern Baptists are …
 
We are bombarded by more news than ever before, and many of us can no longer differentiate what’s real from what’s fake, or what’s important from what’s trivial. Jeffrey Bilbro, author of “Reading the Times: A Literary and Theological Inquiry into the News,” offers wisdom about what it means to engage the media as a Christian, why the first step ma…
 
The LTN Podcast has returned, with brand new episodes every other week! So when you're not listening to the EnneaCast, join us in our corner of the urban universe. To hear more of these episodes, subscribe to Love Thy Neighborhood wherever you listen to podcasts or visit https://lovethyneighborhood.org/ltnpodcast/…
 
It’s been 100 years since the Tulsa Massacre—a dark moment in American history most Americans know nothing about. Which makes Phil, Skye, and Christian wonder, what else don’t we know? Wheaton College has removed the word “savages” from a plaque honoring martyred missionaries. Was the move a result of political correctness or just common decency? T…
 
Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 3 - as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 3 coworkers. They interview Ministry Leadership Director Ron Kastens from Milligan University about being a Type 3 at work. Ron and Jesse face off against technology by playing Are Yo…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Marlee Liss, a sensual reclamation coach, speaker, author and restorative justice advocate. She is a queer, Jewish, sparkle loving feminist and trailblazer. Marlee made history in the justice system when her sexual assault case became the 1st in North America to conclude with restorative justice. Since then, she has coached …
 
Our society is more diverse than ever before yet ninety percent of churches in the U.S. remain mono-cultural. Derwin Gray says this isn’t just a problem for the mission of the church, it’s also a betrayal of the gospel itself. He talks with Skye about why he planted a multiethnic church, why so many church leaders resist this calling, and how a fun…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Richie Shazam, a non-binary photographer and model, Richie Shazam defies all labels and expectations. Born & raised in New York City, Richie can be seen shooting a campaign in the morning and walking the show later that day. As a true Renaissance woman, she is redefining beauty standards by deconstructing antiquated notions …
 
Hold on to your bonnets, Holy Posters. Phil is joined by Kaitlyn Schiess and, while Skye’s away, guest host Mike Erre to talk about the scandals and misogyny plaguing evangelicalism. Phil wonders—are these bugs or features? And is it possible to love evangelicals but hate evangelicalism? Kaitlyn and Mike also explain what keeps them committed to Je…
 
Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis explore the strengths and pitfalls of vocational work for Enneagram Type 2 - as well as ways to grow and tips on how to relate to Type 2 coworkers. They interview Administrative Assistant Libby McCord from Your Enneagram Coach about being a Type 2 at work. Everyone plays the game Trial by Trolley, where Libby is call…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Shaman Durek, a 6th generation shaman, author of best seller Spirit Hacking: Shamanic Keys to Reclaim Your Personal Power, Transform Yourself, and Light Up the World, and a visionary for the Now Age. His focus is on the evolution of humanity and simplifying our lives through common sense. He’s redefining what wellness means …
 
It’s increasingly difficult to have conversations with other Christians. Our families and congregations can’t seem to agree even about basic facts, let alone the news or how we ought to respond to what’s happening. So, we avoid talking about anything that might be controversial—which is pretty much everything today. What happened? How did we become…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Bunny Michael, a spiritual coach and multi-disciplinary artist who has dedicated their work to awakening the Higher Self- the manifestation of love within all humans deconditioned by the limitations of ego identity. Using writing, visual art, music, and performance Bunny has shared their Higher Self message on stages through…
 
The LTN Podcast returns this summer!We are excited to bring you new content, now available bi-weekly! You can expect brand new episodes in the LTN style that you know and love, plus updates on past stories. And we might throw in a few random, freeform experiments… You never know.Subscribe and stay tuned so you can join our corner of the urban unive…
 
Rene Padilla died last week at 88, and you’re probably thinking “Who’s Rene Padilla?” Phil, Skye, and Christian discuss the huge influence he had on the global church and its mission, and why so many American Christians still feel a divide between saving souls and reforming society. Then, Skye talks to Scot McKnight about his new book, “A Church Ca…
 
In the Season 4 premiere (and Sam’s final episode), Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson are joined by new co-host Lindsey Lewis to discuss the benefits of the Enneagram at work. They also explore God’s vision for work and 10 Ground Rules for using the Enneagram in a work environment. Everyone plays the Best Friends Game, where Lindsey shocks Jesse and …
 
This week, Sah welcomes Ben Decker, a world-renowned meditation teacher, a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals activist, and the best-selling author of multiple books, including his most recent release, Modern Spirituality: A Guide to the Heart of Mindfulness, Meditation, and the Art of Healing. Ben is also a political candidate running fo…
 
In a recent editorial, David French asked whether the primary threat to the church comes from within or without? Phil, Skye, and Kaitlyn discuss the question and whether the church is primarily for or against the world. Plus, why are so many Christian ministries focused on protecting kids? Is it related to our fixation on the danger of hell? Then, …
 
This week, Sah welcomes Rha Goddess, the entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changemakers, cultural visionaries, and social entrepreneurs. From multiple NY Times Bestsellers to multi-million dollar social enterprises, Rha’s unique methodology has empowered a new generation of conscious entrepreneurs to stay true, get paid, an…
 
There’s a popular cliche among evangelicals—“The Bible says it. I believe it. That settles it.” But is it really that simple? Not according to New Testament scholar, Dr. Timothy Gombis. Because we’re not ancient Near Eastern people living in a desert, he says it’s not possible to literally apply the Bible. Instead, any faithful Christian needs to l…
 
Have you ever struggled to get along with your coworkers? Or wondered why you act one way at work and another at home? Join Jesse Eubanks and his new co-host Lindsey Lewis as they guide you through the Enneagram in the workplace. Learn your Type’s response to leadership, common pitfalls, and the unique gifts you bring to a work environment. PLUS - …
 
This week, Sah welcomes Alexandra Roxo, a writer, artist, author, and spiritual teacher. She is the author of the bestselling Sounds True book F*CK LIKE A GODDESS: Heal Yourself. Reclaim Your Voice. Stand in Your Power. Her writing on modern spirituality has been featured in Girlboss, Teen Vogue, MindBodyGreen, and more. Her film and TV work with V…
 
Francis Chan says it’s time for Christians to take Jesus’ command about unity seriously. His new book, “Until Unity,” outlines the biblical call to be one, and why we struggle to achieve it. Skye talks with Chan about what Christian unity looks like practically, the role of racism in keeping us apart, how a focus on church growth distracted Chan fr…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Sahara Rose - an ancient soul in a modern body. She has been called “a leading voice for the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift” by Deepak Chopra, who wrote the foreword of her books. She is the best-selling author of Eat Feel Fresh, Idiot's Guide to Ayurveda, A Yogic Path, and her latest book Discover Your Dh…
 
Our favorite Old Testament scholar is back to talk about the Book of Daniel. Dr. John Walton says the apocalyptic passages of Daniel—which deeply influenced those End Times charts popular among evangelicals—aren’t really predictive of the future in the way we think. And the story of Daniel isn’t necessarily a manual for how Christians ought to live…
 
This week, Sah welcomes VeNiki (Niki) Morrissette, is a yoga/meditation teacher, musician, and actress based in Los Angeles. A lifelong singer and performer, VeNika blends tools and wisdom acquired for a life on the stage, with practices that can be a vector for healing; She loves helping individuals find freedom in their bodies and authentic expre…
 
Have you wondered why so many megachurch leaders have been embroiled in scandals, or why there are so many Christian celebrities today? It’s not accidental. It’s the predictable outcome of the systems behind much of popular consumer Christianity. In this special episode co-produced with the Love Thy Neighborhood podcast, Jesse Eubanks joins Skye to…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Diego Perez, the writer behind Yung Pueblo. Diego is a meditator, writer, and speaker who has over 1 million followers on Instagram. His work focuses on the reality of self-healing, the movement from self-love to unconditional love, and the wisdom that comes when we truly work on knowing ourselves. His first book, Inward, qu…
 
Is evangelical purity culture to blame for the murder of eight people at spas in Atlanta? Or is anti-Asian racism the cause? What about America’s gun culture or mental illness? Phil, Skye, and Christian discuss the many facets of the tragedy and get vulnerable about their own history with evangelicalism’s obsession with sex. Then, Skye talks with R…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Madame Gandhi, an artist and activist whose mission is to celebrate gender liberation. She has toured drumming for M.I.A, Thievery Corporation, and most recently Oprah on her 2020 Vision Stadium Tour with morning dance party Daybreaker. She has been listed as a Forbes 30 Under 30 member and is a 2020 TED Fellow. Her upliftin…
 
Recently author/professor Karen Swallow Prior was asked what she considered the biggest problem facing the church today, and answered, "an impoverished imagination." So Phil sat down with Karen to talk through what she means by that, and her belief that a lack of imagination-forming reading results in, among other things, our propensity to believe …
 
This week, Sah welcomes LaRayia Gaston, the founder of Lunch On Me, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending starvation while providing opportunities to enrich the mind, body & spirit of LA and NYC’s homeless community. Lunch On Me feeds and serves over 10,000 plus homeless individuals and families on a monthly basis. LaRayia is shifting how we…
 
What is the greatest threat facing Christianity in the U.S. today? Socialism? Cancel culture? Wokeness? Not according to Dr. Russell Moore. He says it’s “means-to-an-end-Christianity” which seeks to use Christ to achieve some other goal. This, he argues, is what’s fueling everything from Christian nationalism to the cover up of sexual abuse in chur…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Tasha Blank, international DJ, music producer, dancer, coach, somatic practitioner, and founder of NYC's wildest dance party THE GET DOWN. Her dance floors are an invitation to unleash the energy, genius, and full-bodied aliveness that is your birthright. Check out Tasha's intro audio course Think You Can't Dance? Start Here…
 
Filling his songs with faith and the theology of respected white leaders like John Piper and Tim Keller, Lecrae became a darling of white evangelicalism. When he spoke out against racial injustice in 2017, all that began to change. Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, record producer and Christian activist Lecrae sits down with Phil to talk about bein…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Rachel Webb, the Executive Director of Three Jewels NYC, a 501c3 non-profit Enlightenment Studio that specializes in the preservation and dissemination of authentic Buddhist teachings in a modern and approachable way. In this episode, Sah and Rachel discuss... Spirituality for the desperate and the brave How Buddhism offers …
 
How do you know if you’re a Christian nationalist? Kaitlyn Schiess is back with Phil and Skye to unpack Samuel Perry’s top 10 indicators of Christian nationalism and they add a few of their own. They also discuss why there’s so much overlap between Christian nationalism and Christian fundamentalism. Plus, Phil explains how the evolution of contempo…
 
Here we go again. The evangelical world is shocked by another leadership scandal. This time it’s the report that famed apologist Ravi Zacharias sexually abused women for years before his death in 2020. Kaitlyn Schiess joins Phil and Skye to discuss the story, and why so many ministries fail to investigate their famous leaders or take abuse allegati…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Millana Snow, an energy healer, breathwork practitioner, and wellness entrepreneur. Through her company Wellness Official, she has created a global platform that is democratizing the wellness industry, making healing accessible to everyone. Check out Millana's daily practice for HAR and prosperity. - https://millanasnow.com/…
 
Before the 2020 election, many self-identified “prophets” within the charismatic movement decalred God had revealed to them that Donald Trump would win. Millions of followers believed them. How are they now reconciling their divine revelations with reality? The Holy Post crew looks at another failed prophecy in the 1840s that changed American Chris…
 
Evangelicals used to believe the way to transform America was through revivalism. Increasingly, they now believe it’s through revolution. Why are so many buying into Christian nationalism? What is it? And what can we do about those caught in this heretical gospel of political domination? Phil, Skye, and Christian discuss the issue. Also this week, …
 
Christians say that eventually people of every ethnicity will worship God together, but what happens when we try to form that unity now? We return to the story that launched this podcast and pick up where we left off. Sojourn Church Midtown experiences both loss and joy while continuing their vision to become a multi-ethnic church.Featuring Dr. Jam…
 
Was Donald Trump good or bad for the Republican Party? The GOP lost the presidency and the Senate, but in 2020 the party gain seats in the House and Trump also got more votes than any Republican candidate ever! Conservative columnist and veteran of three Republican administrations, Peter Wehner, joins Skye to talk about the future of the party afte…
 
Christians say you can’t love both God and money, but what happens when the line between the two gets blurry? Stories about when Christianity and consumerism start to look the same. This episode is in partnership with The Holy Post.Featuring Julie Roys (The Roys Report) and J.R. Briggs (Kairos Partnerships). Co-hosted by Skye Jethani.…
 
Jemar Tisby (The Color of Compromise) rejoins Phil to discuss his new book, How to Fight Racism. Actual, real steps to be part of the solution, not part of the problem! Plus David French posits that the American church has been infected with something called “Southern shame culture,” which sends Phil on a journey into the “Lost Cause” narrative, co…
 
This week, Sah welcomes Morgxn, a pop/alt storyteller alt/pop artist navigating the expanse between everything devastating and joyous about the human condition. Listen to his song, Wonder, here: https://ffm.to/wonderreimagined In this episode, Sah and Morgxn discuss Challenges as blessings in drag Cultivating and living in a state of Wonder Spiritu…
 
Everyone is trying to make sense of the attack on the Capitol last week by a violent pro-Trump mob displaying Christian symbols—including us! Kaitlyn Schiess joins Phil, Skye, and Christian to talk through the madness. Skye explains why this attack is fundamentally different from political violence in America’s past. Phil worries about the loss of …
 
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