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Matters of Faith Podcast

The Matters of Faith Podcast with your host Jay Wilburn on Project Entertainment Network explores individual stories of faith and personal struggle. The show does not have an agenda, but seeks to detail the personal experiences of people within various faith communities and people with experiences outside those communities – within organized religion and with spiritual views outside of those traditions. Every person has a story. It may not be your story, but their experiences may help you, may lift you up, or may inspire you as you live out your own story. Listening to the stories of others helps us all to understand each other better as we live out our lives in the world we share. We are all trying to figure out life. This show is meant to help us discuss topics about our journey through life that do not get discussed openly, honestly, and positively often enough.

Dec 28, 2020

Kyler Marlowe joins us to discuss how AA has evolved during the pandemic, about being gay and Christian, about her new podcast "Are You There, God? It's Me, I'm Queer", and more.

Dec 21, 2020

Jason A Meuschke has A NOVEL IDEA out December 31, 2020, available to order now. We discuss faith, time in the army, writing, the new book, and more.

Dec 14, 2020

Jay Wilburn answers questions from listeners and viewers. He discusses past guests, topics brought up on previous episodes, writing questions, and thoughts on current issues. Hope you enjoy it!

Dec 7, 2020

Phil Gustafson joins us to tell about his years as a pastor and his work in coaching spiritual leaders. We discuss taking risks in faith, neuro-linguistic programming, challenges faced by spiritual leaders, faith in the era of Covid-19, and more. Check out to see more of...

Nov 30, 2020

Warning: This episode contains explicit language

Jay Wilburn and Sean Grigsby discuss finding your own path, defining and redefining yourself, and creating something new with writing. This episode is brought to you by Make Pretend: The Complete Short Fiction of Armand Rosamilia.