Radical Love Live

Hosted ByMark Dilcom & Kelly Wilson

In-depth conversations exploring human spirituality "outside the boxes," beyond ideology and institutions. Hosts Mark Dilcom and Kelly Wilson talk about new issues in this nonjudgmental space and engage with thinkers about what spirituality means in the 21st century. In addition to the podcast, RLL also hosts a monthly live event series featuring conversation, music, and spiritual practice--for more information, visit www.radicallove.live. [Views expressed here are solely those of the Radical Love Live team and our guests.]


All Episodes

Interspirituality embodied: following up with Johari Mayfield, Sam Shonkoff, & Devin Zuber

A follow up conversation to our May 31 live event on our evolving spiritual approach to a quickly changing world.

Dr Thema: Finding spiritual healing in time of collective trauma

Talking with Dr Thema about finding healing-and maybe even joy-amid religious abuse, racism, inequality, and pandemic

Jay Bakker: Authenticity, Openness, and the Cost of Love

Talking with punk rock pastor Jay Bakker about facing an uncertain and painful world with grace and courage

Jonathan Merritt: Speaking the language of spirituality in and outside of religious spaces

Conversation with author and journalist Jonathan Merritt about sacred language and the future of spirituality in and outside of religious institutions

Aaron Niequist: Liturgy, Spiritual Practice, and an Uncertain World

Talking with liturgist and author Aaron Niequist about the liturgies that form us & spiritual practices that connect us

Paul Vasile: Making Music and Meaning in a Time of Separation

Talking with Paul Vasile about how music connects us with each other, our spirituality, and our humanity

Jennifer Allen: Talking about her work restoring the land and restoring people in the process

Seminarian Jennifer Allen talks about her upcoming prairie restoration project and the lives that will be restored as well

Live Event #2: “Marginalization/Wilderness” w’ Alicia Crosby, Jonathan Merritt, Tash Neal, Jamet Pittman

Alicia T Crosby: Marginalization, Curating Spaces, and Asking Good Questions

A discussion the night before the 02/23/20 Radical Love Live Event, Marginalization/Wilderness