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Silence Teaches Us Who We Are with Rich Lewis

Unpack the simple practice of centering prayer, which transformed Rich’s life when he started in 2014. Through sitting in stillness, he’s learned how to better connect with his true self. And rest in the pure presence of God without any obstacles. Rich shares what he’s learned to support others in creating a sustainable practice.

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On Being a Catholic Woman Priest with Mary Keldermans

In 2014, Mary was ordained a Roman Catholic Womenpriest. She founded the Holy Family Inclusive Catholic Community in Springfield, IL for folks who love their Catholic faith, but not the man-made institution. All are welcome, and Mary guides them in new ways to pray to God that are nourishing and life-giving.

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Breathwork for healing and peace with Hunter LaFave

At age 30, Hunter LaFave was diagnosed with stage 3 colorectal cancer. Hunter healed his body and mind through breathwork, yoga, and meditation. He teaches us what he has learned about holistic wellness, managing his mindset, and other tools he’s used for living more authentically.

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Connecting to Creation and Rewilding Yourself with Eileen Gebbie

Intimately connecting with the natural world can rewire our souls and bodies, teach us about the nature of God, and show a new path to liberation for all. Eileen brings her life experiences as a gay woman, a justice advocate, and an ordained UCC pastor to her new ministry of accompanying others to listen, learn, and heal in the wild.

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Celebrating A Milestone with Kelly Skinner

For this milestone episode, my beloved cousin Nicole offered to turn the tables and interview me. We talked about midlife and feeling stuck, overcoming a negative mindset, what inspired Soul Care, purpose, curiosity, and so many other things.

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Hospitality as a Spiritual Practice with Melissa Keeble

True hospitality is love in action. The turquoise table in Melissa’s yard is a living metaphor for the community and pastoral care work she does. She holds space by witnessing people’s experiences, listening to their stories, and inviting both giving and receiving.

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What Makes a Chaplain with David Ashby

The son of Champaign’s former fire chief, David knows how heavy the job can be on the hearts & minds of both police and firefighters. He develops relationships and trust, so they are more open to receiving personal and spiritual support during challenging times.

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