Divorce may be one of the “dirtiest” words in the world of church. Today Jill and Nick hear their friend Ashley’s experience of divorce and ask if it really should be seen as the terrible and sinful thing it’s so often made out to be (spoiler: they say no).
Does the Bible say anything about non-binary genders? Turns out it does! On this episode we talk about where these stories are and why they need to be heard.
on this episode we respond to your emails and talk about choice, grief & loss, bible throw downs, and why we get migraines on Sundays.
We just finished celebrating Pride and thought ‘let’s do an episode on that!’ On this episode we talk about why Pride matters, why Jesus ditched the dudes, and how allyship is everything before and after Pride.
How'd you lose your v-card? Thats the question we're asking some friends. We all sit down and share stories about our first times and how losing our virginity impacted our faith and our relationships with our partners and the church.
Whats the Bible got to say about gender? Good question! We continue our conversation on gender and spend some time looking at what the Bible actually says about the male and female gender. Is it all patriarchal? Is there another narrative in there? Whats Jesus got to say? More good questions that we ask and explore. (What about non-binary genders? Thats up next!)
On this episode we talk about gender, gender roles, Jill’s mushroom cut, and why we need to talk about this in the church.
Hairy palms, self love, the sin of Onan, what Jesus said about lust, and the things we should think about when we think about self-pleasure.
Nick and Jill attempt to scratch the surface of purity culture, what it means, and whether or not we can offer a different narrative when it comes to sex and Jesus.
On this episode Nick and Jill ask “how do we hold the Bible as sacred and still have real and healthy conversations about sex and sexuality?”
Our first episode!
Jill and Nick talk about why a podcast about sex and Jesus is the thing the world needs and give us a sense of what we talk about when we talk about sexuality and spirituality.