Spark My Muse

Spark My Muse

Latest Episodes

Unlearning the Business Model [SSL 311]
June 12, 2024

The corporate American model won't grow us into a healthy spiritual community. We must unlearn the business model.

Eps. 227 | Guest, Micha Boyett: Blessed are the Rest of Us
June 05, 2024

Host Lisa Clon DeLay converses with author Micha Boyett on dignity, justice, and love in the dream of Godthemes in her book Blessed are the Rest of Us

The Lazarus Effect [SSL 310]
May 29, 2024

Why the rich cannot be a part of what God is up to.

Has Life Ever Felt NOT Real? [SSL 309]
May 22, 2024

Let's start understanding how Dissociative experiences happen and understanding the Spectrum of Dissociative Identity Disorder which can be experience at least once by up to 75% of the population.

Unlearning the 5 Love Languages and Other Fables [SSL 308]
May 15, 2024

The failure of pop psychology (5 Love Languages) and the what the empirical studies actually tell us about lasting relationships

Measuring Infinity through Embodiment [SSL 307]
May 08, 2024

Lisa Colon DeLay features an insightful work from Image Journal's editor-in-chief James K.A. Smith on, among other things, the impact of the life's work of Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt) on display at th

Eps 226 – Guest, Cassidy Hall: Queering Contemplation
May 01, 2024

Returning guest, Cassidy Hallconverses with host Lisa Colon DeLay on a variety of topics from Cassidy's new book entitled Queering Contemplation.

Reason as a Venture of Trust [SSL 306]
April 24, 2024

An explanation of how first principles precede reason in determining reality (article by David Bentley Hart). Reason begin with a venture in trust. Read and reflected on by host Lisa Colon DeLay.

Who Were You Before? [SSL 305]
April 17, 2024

An exploration of how certain temptations and misguided desires start early on in us when we are vulnerable and young and become wounded.

Was the Mother of Jesus a Slave? SSL 304
April 10, 2024

Dr Candida Moss shares the work of Dr Mitzi J. Smith which brings to light the Greek wording in the gospel of Luke where Mary shares her enslaved identity, suggesting Jesus could have been born enslav