Kate King lives in a suburb just outside of Minneapolis with her husband of 12 years where she has been homeschooling her three kids ages 10, 9 and 6. She has spent the last couple of years writing about the unraveling of the Christianity she always called home, and now hopes to share her stories with the intent of connecting with others that are doing their best to make sense of their own spiritual lives.
On this episode, we discuss how Kate’s faith has changed over the course of her life, how she has wrestled with making sense of it all, and how she even considered walking away from God completely. She shares in such a raw way and I think so many of us can relate to and recognize ourselves in the things that she shares about how her religious experiences were at odds with her desire to find God in the difficult places.
Links to things we talked about…
- Greg Boyd
- Osheta Moore
- Rachel Held Evans
- Eckhart Tolle
- Lectio Divina
- Centering Prayer App
- Got To Be Real by Cheryl Lynn (I dare you not to dance!)
- Moriah Elizabeth (Apparently, my daughter knew ALL about her, and we may or may not have gotten sucked into watching a few videos in the name of research for the podcast.)
- Brene Brown
Links to books we talked about…
- Cross Vision: How the Crucifixion of Jesus Makes Sense of Old Testament Violence by Greg Boyd
- Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans
- Freeing Jesus: Rediscovering Jesus as Friend, Teacher, Savior, Lord, Way, and Presence by Diana Butler Bass
- Dear White Peacemakers: Dismantling Racism with Grit and Grace by Osheta Moore
- Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others by Barbara Brown Taylor
- Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church by Rachel Held Evans
- Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith by Anne Lamott
- The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
- Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi
Connect with Kate!
- Website: Be sure to sign up for updates!
Listen on Spotify, Apple, Google Podcasts, Breaker, PocketCasts, or RadioPublic.
Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook to keep the conversation going. Thanks for listening!