This page contains resources and links to people doing a similar kind of work. We hope that as you explore during your own journey of healing that these may be of benefit. Please let us know if you find other resources we should add.
www.after.church - publishing articles about life after church. From their own description - "After.Church is an online journal of what comes after, and as, we give up our false notions of what church has to be, and open ourselves up to what it really is and can be."
audioliturgypodcast - Rusty Gates and Friends
From the site: "This podcast seeks to continue the tradition of the Church by carrying the long-lasting prayers and rhythms while also adding more that are unique to our particular moment in history. "
faithcircus - Kathy Escobar and Karl Wheeler
From the site: "We will do our best to show up bravely and unedited–without a net–as we tackle some of the high-wire, high-risk conversations that are shaping the Church today."
homebrewedchristianity - Tripp Fuller
From their site: "Since March 13, 2008, Homebrewed Christianity Podcast has been bringing you the best nerdy audiological ingredients so you can brew your own faith. You will find conversations between friends, theologians, philosophers, and scholars of all stripes. What started as a reason for Tripp to interview the authors of his favorite books has turned into a community of podcasts, bloggers, & Deacons (what we call our regular listeners) invested in expanding and deepening the conversation around faith and theology. We hope you listen, question, think, and then share the Brew!"
theliturgists - Michael and Lisa Gungor, Science Mike
From their site: "The Liturgists are a collective of artists and creators who create sacred art and experiences for the spiritually homeless and frustrated. Their work includes live events, conferences, downloadable worship experiences, and a popular podcast. The Liturgists have an unwavering commitment to creating safe spaces and conversations that explore reality from the perspectives of art, faith, and science. "
Faith Shift by Kathy Escobar