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This is the All at Once podcast for women and those who love them. We are God’s image bearers exploring ways religion has been distorted to silence the marginalized and justify abuse. We are Christians, seeking to comfort, heal, and free people from the pain caused by our own religion. We carry much, like all of humanity, All at Once. To God be the glory.
 
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Blurring the boundaries of righteous and irreverent, Red Lip Theology invites us to discover freedom in a progressive Christian faith that incorporates activism, feminism, and radical authenticity. Essayist and theologian Candice Marie Benbow’s essays explore universal themes like heartache, loss, forgiveness, and sexuality, and she unflinchingly e…
 
In Gaslighted by God, Tiffany Brooks eloquently gives a voice to those of us who through seeking God have found ourselves in the midst of deconstruction. Those who don't understand deconstruction may seek to condemn it, but Brooks shows us that deconstruction is nothing to fear--indeed wrestling with faith is something we see God's people do throug…
 
Leading Christian activist, author and founder of the consulting group Freedom Road, Lisa Sharon Harper has spent three decades researching ten generations of her family history through DNA research, oral histories, interviews and genealogy. In her new book, Fortune: How Race Broke My Family and the World—and How to Repair It All, Harper draws on h…
 
Hattie Thomas Whitehead is a first-descendent of the historic Athens black neighborhood 'Linnentown' that was erased in the name of urban renewal in order to expand UGA's campus. She tells the story of Linnentown and how she and a small group of seniors were able to pass the first act of reparations in the state of Georgia.…
 
Raised in a conservative Christian family, Christina Dent never thought twice about criminalizing drugs until she met an addicted mother who made her question how our justice system handles addiction. Now she's leading people in conversation in how to best treat people with addiction-- and it's not incarceration.…
 
Did you know that women in this country continue to experience discrimination and disadvantage in nearly every sphere of life? A 2018 survey named the United States among the ten most dangerous countries in the world for women and the World Economic Forum recently ranked the United States 53rd out of 153 nations for gender parity. In this episode w…
 
In part four of this bonus podcast series, paying tribute to Black motherhood, I am joined by Marcie Alvis-Walker, Cha Sears-Barefield, Patricia A. Taylor, Dr. Quintrilla Ard and Nya Abernathy as they discuss the theme “In Our Mother’s Gardens.” In this episode the women share their experiences of being multidimensional Black women and how they hav…
 
In his new book, Christians Against Christianity, best-selling author and religious scholar Obery M. Hendricks Jr. challenges right-wing evangelicals on the terrain of their own religious claims, exposing the falsehoods, contradictions, and misuses of the Bible that are embedded in their rabid homophobia, their poorly veiled racism and demonizing o…
 
In part three of this bonus podcast series where we are paying tribute to Black motherhood, I am joined by Marcie Alvis-Walker, Patricia Taylor and Nya Abernathy as they discuss the Black Motherhood in Media. Not only do they share their own experiences growing up and the Black mothers in media that influenced them but also share their passion for …
 
Ashley sits down with Katey to discuss her new book A Complicated Choice: Making Space for Grief and Healing in the Pro-Choice Movement. We talk about how this wasn't the book Katey intended to write, how the process of writing it taught her a lot about burnout, and how we can all learn to be more compassionate in the ways that we talk about aborti…
 
Allyson McKinney-Timm, human rights lawyer, talks to us about the Equal Rights Amendment: a basic amendment to the US Constitution that guarantees women protection. Though advocates have been fighting for it for over a century, it still isn't fully recognized--leaving women vulnerable.
 
Christena Cleveland Ph.D. is a social psychologist, public theologian, author, and activist. She is the founder and director of the Center for Justice + Renewal as well as its sister organization, Sacred Folk, which creates resources to stimulate people’s spiritual imaginations and support their journeys toward liberation. A weaver of Black liberat…
 
I am always a bit nervous to talk about abortion on the podcast, but I think it's a conversation worth having. If you find talking about abortion triggering, feel free to skip this one. In this podcast, I interview Katey Zeh about her new book "A Complicated Choice: Making Space for Grief and Healing in the Pro-Choice Movement," in which she shares…
 
In this bonus podcast series we are paying tribute to Black Motherhood. For this episode I am joined by historian Lettie Gore, Marcie Alvis-Walker, and Nya Abernathy as they discuss the The Imprint of Black Mothers on our Country. The women discuss everything from our country's Founding Mothers, to Black domestics raising white children, to Black m…
 
Holy week is coming. I highly recommend you go ahead and order Jason Porterfield‘s book, Fight Like Jesus, to read during Lent. We interviewed Jason last fall, but his book launched TODAY! You can now get your own copy by clicking here. While you wait for your book to arrive, check out our exclusive interview with Jason about what peacemaking looks…
 
In this bonus podcast series we are paying tribute to Black motherhood during the month of February in honor of Black History Month. I hand over the mic to a group of phenomenal Black women as they bring their voices and expertise to talk about all aspects of Black motherhood. In this episode I am joined by historian Lettie Gore, Marcie Alvis-Walke…
 
Monica DiCristina is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over fifteen years of experience in mental health. She runs a private practice in Atlanta, GA serving individuals and couples in therapy. Monica walks with people as they process difficult experiences, helping to bring healing to their relationship with themselves and others. The intersect…
 
Become a monthly supporter– LINK TO PATREON Presenting Sponsor: Alan and Beth Stanfield, Stanfield Properties Janis Street joins us for the last episode to help wrap up season two and to introduce our topic for season three. When marginalized people thrive, everyone thrives. Janis explains that racism and sexism can be experienced as overt aggressi…
 
Mariah Humphries is a Mvskoke Nation citizen, writer and educator. Through her experience navigating the tension between Native and White American culture, she brings Native awareness to non-Native spaces. With over 20 years of vocational ministry service, she is focused on theology, racial literacy and reconciliation within the American Church. In…
 
Become a monthly supporter– LINK TO PATREON Presenting Sponsor: Alan and Beth Stanfield, Stanfield Properties Pastor David Bridges grew up in the Quaker tradition where women have always been elevated to positions of leadership within the church. Quakers made the theological decision that women are equal to men long ago, and David says it always se…
 
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