Episode 17: Abraham and Sarah

Abraham, Sarah, Hagar… who are these characters? Find out why is this story referenced so often and what it means to modern life. It’s part of our series on Bible basics.

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 16: Sin

Do we all have it? Do we all secretly like it? What the heck is sin anyway? This is not an episode you want to miss!

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 15: All About Angels

“We yearn for the divine, but in Christianity the most fundamental way that happens is not in other worldly beings but a flesh and blood Palestinian Jew who is born into a poor family and becomes a refugee, and has zero access to the power structure and is eventually executed as a terrorist.” Don’t miss Pastor Katy preaching truth!

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 14: Social Justice

What does Jesus and the Bible say about social justice? Join Pastor Katy and the Challenging Christianity hosts as we explore what Cornel West calls, “what love looks like in public.”

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 12: Prayer

Does prayer “work?” Learn what makes your hosts uncomfortable as they try to figure out just what is prayer anyway? Guest: Pastor Katy McCallum Sachse.

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 11: Women and Christianity

Pastor Katy McCallum-Sachse joins us to discuss why women would choose to be Christian or join a Christian church. We take on the patriarchy of the Bible and discuss feminism within its stories.

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 6: Architecture and Worship

Architecture of a church flows out of the theology of the community that is gathered. In this episode, we talk about the history of the space that shapes worship and how worship shapes the space.

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 4 - Noah: two by two? Not so much.

Think you know the story of Noah’s ark? We talk about it’s apocalyptic theology, leaning into kindness, and just what is “God’s will” anyway? Join us for a challenging take on this famous children’s story.

Danielle Dadashi
Episode 3 - Suffering

Pain is a problem. A big theological problem. If God is all good, why is there suffering? Join us as we tackle this very difficult question with very personal stories.

Danielle Dadashi