December 26, 2023

Listen Again: Beth Moore

Beth Moore has been in the limelight for almost thirty years, but during that time, she revealed very little about her formative family history. Now, this world-famous Bible teacher is ready to tell her story for the first time.

December 19, 2023

Listen Again: Bryan Stevenson

Bryan Stevenson (founder of the Equal Justice Initiative) is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable among us.

December 5, 2023

Katherine May: Becoming Enchanted

Living in uncertainty can lead to a sense of languishing. How do we wake up from this feeling?

November 28, 2023

Bozoma Saint John: Everything Can Be True at Once

Bozoma Saint John is a successful marketing executive, but she is also a woman who knows the rollercoaster of profound love and deep loss. She shares her hard-won wisdom and complicated grief as she faced her husband’s terminal cancer diagnosis.

November 23, 2023

Anna Sale: Hard Topics, Softer Conversations

What do we lose when we don’t talk about hard things? And what might we gain if we do?

November 21, 2023

Iliza Shlesinger: Laughter is the Best Medicine

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger is refreshingly candid, especially about things many women can relate to, like the sheer exhaustion that comes from juggling life’s demands (dare we say, it’s like a badge of honor?), pregnancy loss—a topic that often remains in the shadows, and how our accounts of self-care really go off the rails when bubble baths become the solution to all of life’s problems.

November 14, 2023

Steph Catudal: Love That Carries Us

How do you think about faith and hope when your prayers aren’t answered? What about when they are?

November 7, 2023

Catherine Price: Serious About Fun

Culture has a lot of prescriptions for how to live a good life. But what if we don’t know where to start? Writer and researcher Catherine Price started to notice how much time she was spending on her phone and how the habit was sucking joy from her life. Instead, she wanted to learn how to have fun again. What is fun? How do you have it? Can you become a more fun person? Catherine debunks the myths around what it means to have fun—especially when we think we’re too tired, too careworn, or too old—and gives us a little homework to start today.

October 30, 2023

Margaret Renkl: The Art of Noticing

Margaret Renkl calls herself a backyard naturalist—but not because she has any particular expertise. From the birds in her yard to the bugs in her flower beds, she has learned the art of attention. Nature has taught her a speed at which to live, to hope, to stave off despair.

October 24, 2023

David Brooks: How to Really Know Someone

We may think we understand people. Where they are coming from. Why they act the way they act. … But what if we’re wrong?