Welcome to The Modesty Files! In this podcast, we’re diving into the world of Christian fundamentalism and interviewing women who have left their churches. Our podcast's goal is to "uncover" their experiences and provide a safe space for women to make sense of their complicated past and reflect on their journey toward recovery.If you are interested in being on the show, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Instagram @themodestyfiles for updates and bonus content.
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Today, we have a Modesty Files first as we welcome mother and daughter duo, Kathy and Christine to the show. Kathy and Christine journeyed through IBLP together throughout her daughter, Christine’s, formative years. Through their time at IBLP, both K... more
On today’s “Where are They Now” special episode we’re speaking with April, one of our Season 2 guests. While her episode was released in 2021, we recorded with her in 2020. Since chatting, April has quit her job for good at a white evangelical church... more
Today we’re speaking with Sarah, who left the Church of Christ about a decade ago. After having an abortion at age 19, she felt so guilty that she vowed that the next person she would date she would marry. However, she ended up trapped in an abusive ... more
The first show was fascinating and contained some very useful information about the Quiverfull movement. I do hope you are planning to have more episodes because the interviewers ask excellent questions and allow the guest to speak openly about their experiences.
The host is highly immature and the guests often are equally as immature. No depth and essentially making fun of church norms across the board while celebrating ridiculously immature responses to purposeful parenting or leadership within a religious organization. Kind of stupid. In addition, the host needs to please stop talking like she’s a sorority girl trying to sound grownup. Falling flat.
I wasn’t raised in a Christian home but am a Jesus follower. I think I’ve known people along the way with stories like this who’s parents were well intentioned and afraid of the “world”. It’s sad that Christianity is often taught Jesus + a laundry list of rules… I’m grateful I was not exposed to these cultish practices because it sounds pretty awful. The only reason I’m not giving this a 5 is because this seems especially focused on the one Gothard movement (and there are so many to explore) and... more
Great podcast and interviewers. Important and fascinating topics. I’m addressing the few bad reviews for this that I’ve seen: Can we please stop shaming women for using their natural voices? Culture shapes how people talk. You can’t just unlearn the life long cultural training of how you speak because you have a podcast. Plus, lots of these women (including the hosts) were (obviously) raised in/joined groups that put a lot of pressure on traditional gender roles and taught females to speak in ce... more
Listen. This podcast’s guests are so inspiring. The guests have gone through some truly harrowing situations. more
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