One Wild Life Body (Part 1)

October 3, 2016

We've got a special series of podcasts this week exploring the themes and sounds of Gungor's new record One Wild Life: Body. This is the final album in the One Wild Life trilogy of records, and is available everywhere music is sold.


Woman (Episode 40)

September 27, 2016

In this episode, we explore the sexism in the context of culture and the church.

Featuring Austin Channing Brown, Caroline Lee, Christine Chester, Emily Capshaw, Lisa Gungor, and Rev. Sarah Heath.

Finding God in the Waves (Episode 39)

September 12, 2016

In this episode, Science Mike and Michael Gungor are joined by many surprise guests to talk about Mike's new book, Finding God in the Waves. WARNING: You may need tissues if you're the weepy type.


Religious Art (Episode 38)

September 6, 2016

What is religious art? Can all art be religious? Science Mike and Michael Gungor talk with a host of creators about the nature of art and how we relate to God.


The Enneagram (Episode 37)

August 23, 2016

To kick of Season 3, Michael Gungor and Science Mike talk about the Enneagram with Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabile.

Learn more about the Enneagram at The Road Back to You.

Episode 36 - Wild Goose 2016

July 18, 2016

While we work on Season 3, here's a special live episode of The Liturgists Podcast recorded at the Wild Goose Festival. It's a conversation between Science Mike, Michael Gungor, and a live audience.

If you'd like to be part of a conversation like this, join us at The Liturgists Gathering.

Episode 35 - The Cosmic Christ with Richard Rohr

April 11, 2016

Science Mike and Michael Gungor talk about mysticism and the Cosmic Christ with Richard Rohr.


Episode 33 - One Wild Life Spirit

March 8, 2016

Science Mike talks with Lisa and Michael Gungor about their new album, One Wild Life Soul.

We'd love to see you at The Liturgists Gathering or the One Wild Life Tour.

Episode 32 - Storytelling at Sundance

February 23, 2016

The Liturgists Podcast won the Sprit of Windrider Award at Sundance this year, so Science Mike and Michael Gungor talked with filmmakers and cultural curators about the art, science, and faith of storytelling.