“We don’t have to have all experiences just for them to be valid. It’s important for us to keep in mind that people experience the world differently…that doesn’t mean any of that is less valid.” Read More
Dr Nabar is a licensed psychologist and a Certified Sex Therapist with a wealth of compassion and insight into a generally very misunderstood community.
Happy 2019! With changing ourselves for the New Year hanging so heavy in the air right now, here's some food for thought about how—and whether—we see each other that's important all year long. Read More
In this week's Noises From The Attic episode, I talk about anger & aggression, and how faith can help us act less like mice, even though acting like mice feels sorta good. Read More
Gavin Rogers, pastor and missionary, recently went to Mexico City to join and travel with the caravan from Honduras. It's a great story and a perspective we have to have if we're people looking to take compassion and care as far as they're supposed to go.
For more information about getting involved, check out www.raicestexas.org and Interfaith Welcome Coalition at www.facebook.com/texasiwc
Isn't it contagious when someone's at peace with who they really are? Isn't your best competition yourself? Isn't Santa an unmitigated jerk? This episode covers all this and more. If you've ever felt like you and your ideas are too strange to embrace, author, leader and encourager in the difference-making ways of weird, CJ Casciotta, can help you start rethinking all that and dare to start moving away from Same. Read More
"Everything that happens, we interpret through a lens, and the lens is the story we have been born into." In this conversation with sociologist, author, storyteller and activist Gareth Higgins, we explore our way of being in a world whose tensions and violence demand attention. From the interpersonal to the international, are we listening, and loving, and using the power we've been given for healing and peace?
Jeff Polish, founder and Executive Director of The Monti, talks with me about storytelling, its popularity, and what sharing personal stories with a room full of strangers says about what we know we need.
“The Monti is an extraordinary experience that goes beyond insightful storytellers and wonderful stories—but please don’t come, it is hard enough to get tickets as it is.” Read More
–Dan Ariely, bestselling author of Predictably Irrational
Can we learn how to keep actively caring, to keep compassion and kindness in motion long after the storm passes? What if there are no other obvious demands upon our best selves? Can we become...generally compassionate? "Be Kind; Everyone You Meet is Fighting a Hard Battle." -Somebody, somewhere Read More
After a long hiatus, host Steve Daugherty talks about….said hiatus, as well as faith and what (always?) happens to it. Our faith forms and is formed by the world around us and inevitably unravels and re-ravels in fascinating, difficult, beautiful ways. You know: birth, death & resurrection. Enjoy a reentry podcast and review it highly on iTunes! Read More
Steve's Daugherty and Claybrook wax philosophical about Satan, Love and some electoral subtext. Read More