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Psalms for the Spirit

Kiran Young Wimberly
MusicChristianityReligion & Spirituality

This podcast looks at the connections between spirituality and resilience through the lens of the Biblical Psalms. It explores how the Psalms help people through difficult times – times of personal and collective trauma – through conversations about personal story, field research, and theological reflection from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. Listeners might include clergy, seminarians, spiritual directors, hymnwriters, church musicians, mental health practitioners, anyone interested in the intersection between spirituality and lived experience.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 5 ratings
  • Beautiful

    This podcast was so uplifting and pleasant to listen to, would definitely recommend it to everyone❤️

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    Eva the otter
    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • Balm for the spirit

    This is a lovely mix of some gentle conversations and music. Highly recommend!

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