@Sea – Ep94 – Mary’s Yes

December 23, 2021News

In fact, according to the timeline in those same scriptures, the next time there is anything of significance to be made of th Because I came into the practice of faith through a distinctly protestant doorway, I didn’t know, early on, what to make of the Catholic of veneration or even emphasis on Mary, the … Read More

@Sea – Ep93 – Aundi Kolber

December 16, 2021News

In recent years, I have noticed a kind of uptick in conversations and the pace of conversations and the intensity of conversations about mental health come the holidays. Some of that has to do with maybe the shorter days, some of that has to do with being around people who might be triggering, or just … Read More

@Sea – Ep92 – Advent, Waiting, & the Long Arc of Justice

December 9, 2021News

Near the heart of the Christmas / Advent Story is the expectation that God is going to offer a gift. The head-fake in this Bible story is that, when those waiting come upon and/or are given that gift, it’s just a baby. And I know folks have surrounded Jesus’ birth with all kinds of magic … Read More

@Sea – Ep91 – Dominique Dubois Gillard

December 2, 2021News

During the first season of the podcast, I got to talk with Dominique Dubois Gillard about his book “Rethinking Incarceration.” One of the things we talked about was the difficulty and opportunity to steer the ship, even slightly, in institutional spaces already (and often blindly) dominated by whiteness and privilege.  His most recent book dives … Read More