Oct 29, 2018
My guest today grew up in a cult and tells her story in her memoir, Once You Go In: A Memoir of Radical Faith. We talk about why adolescents and teenagers are particularly drawn to community, supernatural experiences, and what it looks like to parent teens without taking advantage of their vulnerabilities.
Oct 22, 2018
One of the pillars of progressive faith parenting is inclusivity, connecting with people of all religions and faiths instead of drawing dogmatic boundaries. Because of this, I think it is a critical conversation to have with interfaith families and children who are raised to be religiously literate in more than...
Oct 15, 2018
Raising white kids is to raise
children in a vexed location, at the intersection of whiteness and
childhood. White children experience the smog of toxic white
supremacy and yet are often silenced and rendered incapable of
navigating racial tensions and build meaningful relationships with
peers of color.
Today, I invite...
Oct 8, 2018
Andi Cumbo-Floyd is a writer, editor, and writing coach, who recently entered the season of motherhood at the older age of 43. She struggled with infertility and miscarriage before giving birth to her baby boy Milo, and she share vulnerably of that emotional roller coaster to parenthood in this episode.
Andi lives on...
Oct 1, 2018
“Domination is built by binaries.” My guest today explains why the race conversation in America is often flattened to the black and white binary and erases other race and mixed race folks. Sharon Chang is an author and race activist and we have an interesting and informative conversation about her mixed race family...