Having hard conversations, hearing people's stories and challenging perspectives. #AttackTopicsNotPeople . . . An initiative of Hope + Anchor Community Church
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very good podcast with very cool people 10/10
This podcast really makes me think about the issues raised - it doesn’t tell me how to think, but provokes me to consider topics and what the truth is and how I react to them. And it encourages me to look for and to God instead of to what is natural in my culture.
Really good topics and initiative!
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The Anchor Of The Week launched 2 years ago and published 94 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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