ddb002668
42:24
Jackie Hibbard and Nicole Lamarche

Colleagues Rev. Jackie Hibbard (56) and Rev. Nicole Lamarche (44) reflect on their calls to ministry, the challenges their community has faced in the last few years, and the values of their progressive church.

ddb002666
38:28
Jerilyn DeCoteau and Rick Williams

Colleagues and friends, Jerilyn DeCoteau (74) and Rick Williams [no age given], discuss the term "indigenous" and its implications regarding identity and tribal sovereignty. Both also speak about the benefits and services meant for individuals who are members of sovereign...

ddb002660
39:55
Emma Wood and Amanda Mullennix

Friends and peers Emma "Scout" Wood (22) and Amanda Mullennix (23) talk about their paths to their religious studies academic program, their research interests, and their personal relationships with ritual and spirituality.

ddb002664
39:25
Pedro Silva and Kelly FitzSilva

Married couple, Kelly FitzSilva (46) and Pedro Silva (48), discuss religion, identity, and adversity. Pedro and Kelly navigate conversation interweaving their relationships to themselves, each other, and spirituality — noting both the beautiful and difficult aspects.

ddb002663
43:04
Jyotsna Raj and Indra Raj

Jyotsna Raj (71) speaks with her daughter Indra Raj (37) about Hindu faith and belief in God. Indra speaks about not believing in God, her concerns about organized religion, and how she aims to live a moral life. Jyotsna describes...

osh000099
53:41
Kerry Sack and Jennifer Wixson

One Small Step conversation partners Kerry Sack (72) and Jennifer "Jen" Wixson (67) talk about family histories and the people who were most influential to them. Jen describes a nuanced perspective of being "from away," and shares stories articulating personal/political...

osh000094
30:37
Suzane Aubrey and Kymberly Dakin

One Small Step conversation partners Suzanne "Sue" Aubrey (66) and Kymberly "Kym" Dakin (66) talk about their families, writing books, health and healthcare, and how their own Democrat side of the aisle frustrates them.