The first episode of the #sacredordinarydays podcast is officially available! I've got everything here you need to know below about how to listen, how to get the most out of each episode, and why we're approaching this first 15-ish episode "season" as one, whole resource.
If you're a podcast listening pro, then there are a few things we're doing differently than the other podcasts on your playlist, so you'll want to read below, like everyone else.
If you're new to podcast listening, then you can send me a thank you note later for the world I just opened up for you. :) Let me know what rabbit trail you followed, okay?
A podcast is basically a radio show, delivered through the magic of the internet instead of a traditional radio station. Podcasts are also accessible to listen in at any time you like. They're easy to rewind if you missed something or even pause and save for later.
I hope you've done something recently that required you to stretch and grow and be brave. If not, I'd love to recommend it to you as a spiritual practice worth considering. This podcast is one of mine and it is already bearing good fruit, even before any listeners entered the scene.
Join Jenn Giles Kemper of sacredordinarydays.com and Lacy Clark Ellman of asacredjourney.net as they journey together through the liturgical year in the first season of the Sacred Ordinary Days Podcast.
You can listen to our introductory conversation below, and our Advent and Christmas episodes will be coming out shortly! You can also subscribe to the Sacred Ordinary Days Podcast in iTunes or your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss a thing. (And while you’re there, leave a review, will you? It helps spread the word.) Here’s how to leave a review on iTunes.
- Sacred Seasons liturgical wall calendar
- Sacred Ordinary Days liturgical day planner
- Sacred Ordinary Days Workbook (free when you sign up here)
- Girl Meets God
- To Bless the Space Between Us
BRING IT HOME
What’s your experience of the Liturgical Calendar? Add your voice to the conversation in the Sacred Ordinary Days Tribe or on social media using the hashtag #SacredOrdinaryDays.