For over a decade we’ve been hosting conversations with theologians, activists and contemplatives from across the Christian spectrum and beyond. Reflecting on our evangelical heritage we explore the possibilities of a more inclusive, generous and hopeful faith.
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Today’s devotional is so spot on and moving. This podcast is a new part of my life- thank you! Blessings my new friends
Nomad is one of my top three podcasts! I love the diverse guests they interview and the slow pace of the interview where the guest gets to do most of the talking. The devotions draw you into a time of quiet reflection. Nomad Revisited where Tim and Nick listen to guests from an earlier time and critique what they think of them now is very encouraging if you have come through a time of Evangelical faith and are searching.
I found nomad* in the middle of my spiritual deconstruction and haven’t missed an episode. Also, the bonus content available to their supporters on Patreon is great. Definitely one of my faves!
This community is so much more than a good interview once every few weeks. It’s become a part of how I want to be in this world. Honest, open and kind. It’s a home away from home.
Thought provoking & helpful.
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Nomad Podcast launched 14 years ago and published 313 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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