We’re accustomed much freedom in daily life, making the government regulations feel all the more binding. Erin and Hannah discuss security and releasing control in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frustration and anger are natural when your whole world is threatened. Erin and Hannah discuss blame and justice in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Erin and Hannah talk with John Starke about praying the psalms and practicing lament can help us be honest about the overwhelming grief we feel in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Erin and Hannah kick off a new series, Growing Viral: Well-Being in the Age of Corona, exploring common ways we’re responding and reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic and seeing how we can move toward wholeness in this viral age.
Suddenly, going home—and staying there—has become THE issue of our day, regardless of your gender, religious camp, or philosophical stance.
Aundi Kolber joins the convo to discuss the way family ties affect our experience of home, both in childhood and as we seek to establish our own homes as adults.
Too often, home bows to the almighty dollar and the pursuit of the American Dream. Erin and Hannah discuss and invite Rachel Anderson to share a family policy perspective.
In the latest Go Home! convo, Erin and Hannah invite Laura Fabrycky to discuss how the biological family is to yield to something greater: our church family.
What does it mean to champion the family in today’s world? Is our definition of home and family contributing to its breakdown? Erin and Hannah discuss in the latest convo of their Go Home! series.
What happens when the nuclear family framework excludes many who are not part of one? Erin and Hannah discuss and pull Wesley Hill into the conversation.