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Stories Are Soul Food

Canon Press
Religion & SpiritualityChristianity

Best Selling Author N. D. Wilson and Editor Brian Kohl host the Stories Are Soul Food podcast! The podcast that helps feed the right kind of loyalties and shape affection for the first and the greatest Author, Jesus Christ. This podcast is made possible by support from the Great Homeschool Convention and the team at Canonball Books. Great Homeschool Conventions are the Homeschooling Events of the Year, offering outstanding speakers, hundreds of workshops on today’s top parenting and homeschooling topics, and the largest homeschool curriculum exhibit halls in the USA. We believe passionately in the God-given right and responsibility of parents to train and educate their children.

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Latest Episodes

This is the first SASF to be filmed! So if you've wanted to see how Nate wears his headphones, or see Brian soft-smiling at that mean thing Nate just said, go to canonplus . com to watch! This episode is about what happens when an editor or producer ... more

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5 days ago

Today's episode is for anyone who has something they feel called to do, but can't seem to get around to it. You've got to evaluate WHY you feel called to it. If the reasons are good, you can run through a checklist of reasons why you aren't motivated... more

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12 days ago

Jim Wilson was one of God's main characters in our part of the world -- and there's nothing stopping you from being equally faithful in your own character arc. This episode celebrates the life of Nate's grandfather, James Irwin Wilson, an oak tree of... more

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Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars from 480 ratings
  • New Binge Listener

    I only discovered SASF the middle of this month and have already listened through 28 of the podcasts. As an author and reader, I love being challenged to think deeply about the stories I'm reading as well as the stories I'm plotting out. But as a parent looking to curate your child's reading, you will find this podcast especially helpful. Wilson and Kohl are hilarious and insightful as they discuss various topics and questions within the scope of story. If you want to think of books in light of ... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    umahk
    United Statesa month ago
  • SASF and High Horses

    One star off for Nate’s insufferable condescension, you may think it’s endearing. It crosses the line too much. Otherwise, super great stuff, taken with a grain of salt with some issues (i.e. Calvinists will forever be terrible with the problem of evil)

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Siendior
    United Statesa month ago
  • N.D. Wilson's talent lies in writing not podcasting. One out of three episodes is a gem but the majority are unentertaining and uninsightful monologues. He will randomly fly into vocabulary like, "crap" and "ass", words I would rather my seven younger siblings not hear or utilize. This excludes family car rides and their company from the places I can safely listen. I love all of ND's books and I have literally read them all. Dandelion Fire and Empire of Bones are some of my favorite fiction, mat... more

    Castbox
    Noah lackey
    2 months ago
  • Enjoy the insight, not so much N.D’s pompousness

    I am a young writer, and I really enjoy the comments and insights from these two men on writing and reading, but it’s very hard to get past Nate’s condescending attitude. His tone is noticeably pompous…I mean, comparing himself to Lewis??

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    FaerieQueenFan
    United States3 months ago
  • Stumbled upon treasure

    So glad I came across this podcast. I always finish an episode encouraged and with new knowledge.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    pearllion26
    United States4 months ago

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