The Good Story of Peace

In Part 2 of our conversation with Terry Wildman, lead translator and project manager of the First Nations Version of the New Testament, he explains the reasoning behind the translations of the names of biblical people and places as part…

The Good Road

How and why did the First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament come to be? How does renaming people and places in a way that resonates with readers — especially Native people — influence the way they interpret…

The Healing Power of Yoga

What roles do yoga, chants and gongs play in spirituality? What are the spiritual benefits of yoga, particularly Kundalini yoga? Kundalini yoga teacher Gwenn Ranbir Agiapal answers those questions in today's episode. Gwenn began her yoga studies and practice in…

Debra’s Story

What happens when someone returns to their roots after years spent mostly apart from the religious tradition in which they grew up? In today’s episode, you’ll hear from co-host Debra Levy Martinelli about her own religious upbringing and spiritual journey.…

On the Faith Beat

What’s it like reporting on religion for a large newspaper in America’s Bible Belt? Today’s guest, Carla Hinton, who has covered faith, religion and spirituality for The Oklahoman newspaper for two decades, gives us the scoop. Listen in as Carla…

Soaaking Up Gratitude

In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Madison Fournier of Soaak, a digital platform that reminds us to stay in an elevated mental and emotional state. Soaak’s tools include digital sound frequencies and daily mindful intention messages. Listen in to hear…

The Divine Feminine

There are a lot of ways to be spiritual. For many, it’s a winding path. Today’s guest, Kenlyn Kolleen, is a speaker, author, spiritual empowerment coach, and host of The Divine Feminine Summit. Listen in to hear what Kenlyn has…