"I’ve reached a really precarious milestone in the life of a depressive person. It’s the time in your life when you finally feel like an adult of some kind. You finally have stability and love and plenty of food in the fridge, but you still… sink.
Truth be told, I saw this point coming. In terms of peaks and valleys, or plateaus and valleys when you suffer from chronic depression, I thought this valley would come later. Maybe after a kid or two, but definitely post 30. In my head, the mathematical formula of when I would lose my mind over a pot of burned sauce didn’t account for one particular variable: chronic illness."
"It was one of those national holidays, the kind where none of us had to work. All my parent's children still lived at home and we were all home at the same time doing different things with our lives in different rooms of the house. It was hot outside, but my dad was building a shed to put all his toys in. He always had to work on his day off, the same familial curse I continue to carry."
We live in a social/political climate that thrives on making us divided. Changing that will require proximity and relationships, but the most inclusive spaces are often aesthetically uninviting and falling apart. This show wants to change that! Join Rev. Sarah Heath and Josie Jimenez as they share their dream of moving us from a D.I.Y to a D.I.T (do it together) culture. Each week they chat with an expert about making space- aesthetically, theologically, socially, politically etc. This is a show where no place/closet is left unturned.
We are the women that 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 warned you about. This is a podcast about Christianity then, now, and the future. We will be talking about everything from current events and how your theology informs your responses to them to other hot topics in the church. Just some more deconstructionist trash.