@Sea – Ep108 – Natalie Toon Patton

April 28, 2022At Sea, Compassion, It Is What You Make of It

While the experiences of displacement and disorientation play such a significant role in conversations about cultural place, institutional belonging, and even interpersonal relationship. I am moved and inspired not only by the stories of those who endure and triumph over that sense of displacement or dislocation but in fact sometimes even choose displacement and the … Read More

@Sea – Ep103 – Christa Wells

March 17, 2022At Sea, Podcast

Reinvention is one of the hallmarks of a long-term career as an artist. The ability and the desire, the capacity to take something that used to work a certain way during a certain season and do something new, something different with that same material with that same pattern with those same skills.  One of the … Read More

@Sea – Ep101 – Staci Frenes

March 3, 2022At Sea, Christianity, Church, Deconstruction, Podcast

During my time as a pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church, I was in an ongoing conversation about the relationship between LGBTQ folks and local churches. And over the years, regardless of all the different kinds of settings in which that conversation was happening, it kept bringing me back to this very particular biblical imagery.  … Read More

@Sea – Ep100- EPISODE 100

February 24, 2022At Sea

Hello, and welcome to episode 100 of the @Sea podcast.  We launched this thing on April 30th, 2016. And 100 episodes later, here we are. I want to pause right here at Episode 100; you do a couple of things, two things very specifically. The first one is simply to say thank you, thank you … Read More

@Sea – Ep99 – Enneagram and Being Named

February 17, 2022At Sea, It Is What You Make of It

A few years ago, I was invited to participate in this event. I don’t remember what the event was, as a speaker, I was there to story tell, tell some stories and teach. And when the organizer introduced me, he said singer, songwriter, musician, Justin McRoberts. And I remember like, I wasn’t mad, but I … Read More