At looooong last, my podcast is finally up and running! For those of you who don’t have SiriusXM to tune in to the full versions of my radio show, I can now offer a free podcast of a “best of” segment from each show.
HOW TO LISTEN
- If you would like to subscribe, you can find it on iTunes here, or search for The Jennifer Fulwiler Show in your favorite podcasting app (I use Podcruncher).
- If you need the direct link to the podcast feed to look it up on your favorite podcasting app, it’s http://jenniferfulwiler.libsyn.com/rss .
- However, if you’re not set up for following podcasts, I will post each new episode here for you to play directly from the website.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ARCHIVES
Since it took me a while to get the podcast up and running, we have some catching up to do! The full archives are available free here and on iTunes and all podcast apps, but here are five discussions with amazing guests that you won’t want to miss:
Sister Theresa Noble talks about doubt
I loved talking to Sister Theresa Noble, a former atheist who is now a nun. Our discussion about how to explain faith to atheists took a turn for the interesting when Sister Theresa pointed out that Catholics shouldn’t be afraid of doubt. She opens up about how she’s a “natural doubter, ” and has some wise words for other believers who sometimes wonder if God exists.
The Vatican astronomer talks about faith and science
Dan Lord on spiritual attack
Jeannie Gaffigan on how busy parents can tap into their creative energy
I loved talking to Jeannie Gaffigan about her life as a producer, mother to five children, and wife to comedian Jim Gaffigan. Jeannie was both funny and insightful as she shared behind-the-scenes stories from the Gaffigan family’s life on the road, as well as tips for how busy parents can tap into their creative energy in the trenches of parenthood.
Lisa-Jo Baker talks about struggling with motherhood
We got so much great feedback from this discussion that I had with Lisa-Jo Baker about the challenges of modern motherhood. We talked about everything we struggle with as two women who both once thought we’d never have kids; we laughed at many of our parenting fails; we had an open chat about the difference in Protestant and Catholic family cultures; and Lisa-Jo answered wonderfully honestly when I asked if she enjoys playing with young children.
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You can listen to all the archived episodes here! Each is only about 20 minutes long. I’m delighted to have you listening in, and I can’t wait to share more great discussions with you!