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Come find inspiration with women in the outdoors. Interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping, entrepreneurship, outdoor equity, aging, conservation, motherhood, chronic illness, and more as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
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We all grew up in different parts of American Christianity, and we still keep thinking about how to take it seriously, even as we leave some beliefs behind. Join us our round-table discussion as we ravel out our faith in a complex world, pulling on one thread at a time, seeking Meaning at the end of it all.
 
Do you want to diversify your perspective on road travel? Host Noami Grevemberg and co-host Anaïs Monique dive deep into the stories and weave through the challenges, journeys and inspirations of the diverse voices who, often unheard, make the nomadic community great. Noami is a Black woman and a nomad who has been living in her campervan since 2016. She started Diversify Vanlife in 2019 in response to the lack of representation of BIPOC in the road travel community. In this show, you’ll hea ...
 
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Shaandiin Cedar is on the solution side of fighting the climate crisis and invites you to join in, too. A problem-solver by nature, Shaandiin is taking both a bottom-up and a top-down approach to activating climate solutions through her grassroots and corporate sustainability efforts. As an Indigenous woman and the daughter of activists, Shaandin’s…
 
After a 2 month maternity leave from the podcast, Pastor Emily is back! We recorded this episode in the library of Emily's church and in person for the first time ever! Josh and Stephen reflect on the past 8 episodes of guests. Emily comes with a report on her wonderful baby and brings notes to debrief about the episodes we made without her! Mentio…
 
We are concluding our guest host series with Stephen's partner, the "Reverend" Dixie Lee Henning! Having experienced a confusing series to fertility struggles throughout her life and two miscarriages with Stephen, Dixie wonders why our culture in the church and at large don't talk much about it. This is an emotionally hardhitting episode with high …
 
Rounding out the crew from the IN2 Podcast, Alex Falcongrove joins Ravel to ask the question, "What do we do with the mad that we feel?" After we tip the scales from Christian to Agnostic, what do we do with the baggage we were taught to carry? Connect with Alex on Twitter and Instagram! Follow the IN2 Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts and on…
 
Rounding out the crew from the Whiskey Bench podcast, Kat Dwyer joins Ravel to discuss her spiritual journey from being raised Catholic in church and private schools, moving from that context to the very Protestant Calvary Chapel, and now how she is thinking about her relationship to her faith and the church. Connect with Kat on Twitter: @KatJDwyer…
 
Another guest host from the IN2 podcast, Kevin comes on to talk about separating the "spiritual" from the "religious". We dig into the ubiquity of spiritual experience available to us from sports, concerts, and communities and how it's problematic for the church to claim a monopoly on spiritual experience. At the very least, churches should be hone…
 
In honor of WorldPride, we're revisiting our 2018 conversation with Elyse Rylander. Elyse is the founder and executive director of OUT There Adventures, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering queer young people through their connection with the natural world. Elyse believes nature is a disruptive force for queer youth and hopes to positively foster th…
 
Continuing our guest host series, Tracie Falconburg joins us to talk about being in relationship with those embarking on a deconstruction journey. Tracie shares the story of when her marriage felt threatened by evolving beliefs in her husband and how they overcame doubt in their relationship by choosing to grow together no matter what. We discuss t…
 
Your stories of the unexpected kindness you’ve found in the outdoors - from strangers, from nature. We’ve all been finding solace in nature after a hard year, and we wanted to gather your stories to inspire a kinder outdoor world. Of course, as we’ve talked about a lot on the show - the outdoors is not a utopia, or a place we can escape systemic is…
 
"Pops" comes from the IN2 Podcast ready to talk about all things science. We dig into the philosophy of faith and science, listening to God's creation as a mode of learning truth, the evolution of our species, the new meaning for the "Fall" in the Garden of Eden, the inspiration of inerrant Scripture, and much more! Follow the IN2 Podcast wherever …
 
Brianne Lauro was born and raised on Hawai’i Island and learned how to hunt, fish, and dive from her father at a young age. She’s carried this passion into adulthood, along with a commitment to honoring all the lands and waters of the island through giving back as they have given to her and her family. In conversation with Gabaccia Moreno, Brianne …
 
Stephen Torna joins Ravel to discuss the parallels between American politics and American Christianity. We attempt to diagnose the aligning of "progressive" or "conservative" Christians with their respective modern political parties and dream about what it would be like for faithful people to break out of that binary. With his own interests in East…
 
Carrot Quinn joins us on the show again to talk about her latest memoir: The Sunset Route. For those who read and loved Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart, The Sunset Route fills in a lot of the backstory. Billed as an adventure memoir, (Carrot spent her early 20’s hopping freight trains and hitchhiking before discovering thru-hiking) the book reall…
 
We kick off our guest host series with Katie Falcongrove! She brings a question about our youth group experiences and we discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly. We get into the fun games we played (and some gross games!), the way groups were separated by age and gender, the use of metaphors in purity culture, and our complicated feelings about our…
 
In today's episode and Emily's final taping before maternity leave, she brings a wide-ranging discussion on capital punishment. We ravel out many thoughts on the nature of justice and the Foucaultian concepts of the monastic cell in our modern culture. We ask questions about whether we are choosing to follow the model of Jesus or the Bible itself w…
 
Josh is curious to find where culture and religion overlap and intersect. Is at "at large" somewhere or does the venn diagram lie within every individual? We try to define culture as the atmosphere between two or more people and look to identify markers of unhealth that could poison an otherwise healthy culture. And we ask if it's possibly to humbl…
 
In our first episode on matrescence, we talked about continuing to carry a love for nature and time outside into pregnancy as we prepare for the major life change of becoming a parent. This episode continues into the next phase in the process, when the much-anticipated birth is over, and we step into this new role and all that it entails, indoors a…
 
Palinor Velasco has always pursued an adventurous life, even before she found her place in and love for the outdoors. While newly sober, Palinor found healing in climbing and mountain biking, but an accident that affected her mobility made her rethink the levels of risk she’s willing to take on. Luckily for her, having a partner who is also a fly f…
 
Abby Ruhman is a professional makeup artist with Alopecia Totalis who uses her body as a canvas to advocate for change when it comes to outdated beauty standards. Art and creativity are central to the Mountain Games: public art around town, live music happening nightly, the mountainous backdrop of Vail Valley, even photo booths set up for puppy por…
 
Ariel Tweto is passionate about taking chances and trying new things in the outdoors -- and sharing her experiences with others. Ariel’s Inupiaq Inuit, born and raised in Unalakleet, Alaska. She’s a pilot, a TV personality, and the founder of the nonprofit Popping Bubbles. Ariel’s first time at the Mountain Games gave her the opportunity to compete…
 
Emily Jackson is a professional kayaker and a mother of two. Kayaking is in her blood—her dad, Eric Jackson, is a World Champion freestyle kayaker and more often than not, you can find Emily on the water. Emily’s been competing at the Mountain Games for years, and this year she won all three of her events—a first for her. Just as community and comp…
 
Arielle Shipe is someone who shares her health and adventure story for the service of others. She understands that we all have a lifelong relationship with our bodies, and that relationship is changing all the time. This year at the Mountain Games, she taught yoga surrounded by nature, helping participants center themselves and prime their bodies f…
 
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