The Desert Sanctuary

Be Where You Are – Be Who You Are – Be at Peace

Over the past couple of years, Michelle has become a closer friend. She is an accountant, writer, body builder, podcastor, coach and psychology buff. I think you’ll find our ecclectic coversation interesting. Her voice needs to be heard and very soon, you will get to read her book! Find her on Facebook Oh wow, my …

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I was a pastor for 20 years, but I never really considered myself a theologian. When something puzzled me or interested me, I would do some research and try to find understanding. Often, I was more interested in what made people work than proving a religious point of contention. But, over the past few years …

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Jason Elam, of the Messy Spirituality Podcast, and I got together to talk about a couple of things. We didn’t have nearly enough time, but we figured we would package it in bite-sized segments. This is JOINT PODCAST that will probably air on both stations. This is directly from our hearts! PART 1 is about …

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After listening to Jason Elam and his conversation with Wm. Paul Young on the Messy Spirituality podcast, we were inspired to get vulnerable and talk about some things. We ventured into: Dr. Paul Fitzgerald’s 3 keys to healing from shame. How shame isolates in the organized church The system of organized religion and how we …

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After listening to Jason Elam and his conversation with Wm. Paul Young on the Messy Spirituality podcast, we were inspired to get vulnerable and talk about some things. We ventured into: Dr. Paul Fitzgerald’s 3 keys to healing from shame. How shame isolates in the organized church The system of organized religion and how we …

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  Matthew J. Korpman is a rising biblical scholar, itinerant preacher, and theological arsonist. Currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Religion at Yale Divinity School, he holds four bachelor degrees in Theology, Archaeology, Philosophy, and Screenwriting. He has traveled and excavated in Israel and Jordan, and is proud to call San Diego, California his …

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Meg is a friend and fellow Quoir author.  I was lucky enough to be able to interview her around the time of the release of her new book, “I Am My Own Sanctuary.” About the Book: After a divine nudge to preach at the age of thirteen, she answered the call to full-time ministry as …

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Cindy was raised in a Fundamentalist home and even was a missionary for 5 years.  After going through a transformation of her faith, she began to examine her faith and, at the same time, was concerned with raising children. As writer’s often do, she thought out loud through her podcast and eventually her book, Parenting …

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