Boyd And Brooks Podcast: Conversations In Spirituality

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Sinopsis

On the Boyd and Brooks Podcast, we want to bring you meaningful and fun spiritual conversations. In these conversations, we seek to explore vocational callings, authentic living, life mottos and how faith and spirituality play an integral role in our lives.

Episodios

  • Season 2- Episode 3 - Sabbath

    Season 2- Episode 3 - Sabbath

    03/10/2017 Duración: 31min

    What are some ways that you spend with God? What are some things you can do to build in some time for intentional Sabbath?

  • Season 2- Episode 2 - Millennials and the Church with guest Sam Marsh

    Season 2- Episode 2 - Millennials and the Church with guest Sam Marsh

    19/09/2017 Duración: 37min

    Season 2- Episode 2 - Millennials and the Church with guest Sam Marsh by Laura Boisvert Boyd and Genevieve Nadler Brooks

  • Season 2- Episode 1 - Ministry of Presence

    Season 2- Episode 1 - Ministry of Presence

    07/09/2017 Duración: 21min

    Ministry of Presence: Healthy tips for showing up in a time of grief, crisis or trauma. Crisis: as a time of intense trouble, danger or difficulty. Trauma: a time of deeply distressing or disturbing experience. Grief: a time of profound sadness, loss and deep sorrow. Each and every day, millions of people are experiencing times of crisis, trauma and grief. It’s a significant part of life. Most of us feel ill-equipped to cope with our times of crisis, much less the times when our friends, family and communities experience deeply sad and difficult times. How can we respond? What are some healthy and respectful ways that we can show up and have a ministry of presence? Most of us want to rush to action and be a good “helper” and “doer”, but what do we need to do? On the latest episode of the Boyd and Brooks podcast (Season 2: Episode 1), Genevieve and I, explored many healthy and viable ways for showing up for those who are hurting.

  • Episode 11 - Interview with Abby-Kate

    Episode 11 - Interview with Abby-Kate

    12/06/2017 Duración: 14min

    Episode 11 - Interview with Abby-Kate by Laura Boisvert Boyd and Genevieve Nadler Brooks

  • Episode 10 - When Life Teaches You Spiritual Lessons

    Episode 10 - When Life Teaches You Spiritual Lessons

    05/06/2017 Duración: 30min

    Life has its ups and downs, but every now and then, life give you those little “aha” moments. Those moments often turn into beautiful spiritual lessons. In this episode, we talk about some lessons we’ve learned through loss, broken relationships and more.

  • Episode 9 - Generations and the Church

    Episode 9 - Generations and the Church

    26/05/2017 Duración: 46min

    Every generation has “churched” in unique ways. There has been plenty of talk and research on how Millennials are “churching” or not. In this episode, we explore the characteristics of Generation X and Millennials and how they interact with the church universal.

  • Episode 8 - Yes and No

    Episode 8 - Yes and No

    08/05/2017 Duración: 32min

    Episode 8 - Yes and No by Laura Boisvert Boyd and Genevieve Nadler Brooks

  • Episode 7 - Enneagram

    Episode 7 - Enneagram

    24/04/2017 Duración: 51min

    “What our hearts yearn for is to know who we are and why we are here,” from Rise and Hudson, authors of The Wisdom of the Enneagram: The Complete Guide to Psychological and Spiritual Growth for all Nine Personality Types. On this episode, we talk about how the Enneagram leads us into greater self-awareness and enables us to understand others better. We also give major shout-outs to The Road Back to You podcast, which is all about the Enneagram. If you want to find out more about your Enneagram type, check out the Enneagram Institute. Enjoy the wisdom of the Enneagram!

  • Episode 6 - Interview with Rev. Katherine Blankenship

    Episode 6 - Interview with Rev. Katherine Blankenship

    10/04/2017 Duración: 28min

    In episode 6, we talk about books Katherine is reading, which includes The Circle by Dave Eggers Born A Crime by Trevor Noah The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy- What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America's Next Rendevous with Destiny by William Strauss and Neil Howe We also give a shout out to Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church in Asheville, North Carolina, and paraphrase Cornel West to define "Social Justice". “Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public.” ― Cornel West

  • Episode 5 - Influencers

    Episode 5 - Influencers

    03/04/2017 Duración: 43min

    On this episode of the podcast, I take six books from Genevieve’s’ office book shelf and she takes six books from my home and we delve into what we are reading. Admittedly, she has actually completed more books than me. However, when it comes to new ideas in religion, faith and spirituality, I need time to soak it all in and reflect. Maybe you are like that too?

  • Episode 4 - Listening to God

    Episode 4 - Listening to God

    20/03/2017 Duración: 35min

    Listening to God is not a science, but it might be an art form. One in which, we listen closely for the whisper of what we are being told and ultimately called to act on. For Genevieve and I, being open to the possibility of what God could and might do, has been the strongest threads in our faith story. Recently, we've both been challenged to put our stories together and give them publicly for the first time. It has been a very exposing and vulnerable experience. As a therapist, encouraging people to tell their stories, is often considered a form of therapy. Once we verbally articulate our story, it's out there. "Out there" can be scary, but also empowering. Once you've told your story, really heard it, you can examine it for deeper meaning. How might God be weaving together your story?

  • Episode 03 - Janet Watrous

    Episode 03 - Janet Watrous

    13/03/2017 Duración: 01h13min

    On Episode 3 of the podcast, we interview Rev. Janet Watrous. She is an Episcopal priest, in her fortieth year of Ordination. Janet entered into seminary at the height of the Women’s Movement of the 1970’s. She is considered to be “one of the earliest women ordained into the priesthood of our [Episcopal] church”. Janet talks about her experiences of growing up in the Church and finding her own “calling” of full-time vocational church work. Janet was in the charter class of Kirkland College in New York and graduated from The University of East Anglia, in Norwich, England. She graduated with her Master of Divinity from the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, MA. Janet is featured in the book, Women Priests in the Episcopal Church: The Experience of the First Decade by Mary S. Donovan. She has served in local parish churches and for twenty years as the Chaplain at St. Mary’s School in Raleigh, NC. “Live into the change” – Rev. Janet Watrous.

  • Episode 2 - The Spirituality of Food

    Episode 2 - The Spirituality of Food

    13/02/2017 Duración: 18min

    On Episode 2 of the podcast, we take off from Rev. Ashley Griffith’s interview and talk more about the importance of food. Food is nourishment for our physical bodies.

  • Episode 1 - Conversation with Rev. Ashley Griffith

    Episode 1 - Conversation with Rev. Ashley Griffith

    06/02/2017 Duración: 37min

    Episode 1 - Conversation with Rev. Ashley Griffith by Laura Boisvert Boyd and Genevieve Nadler Brooks