SEASON 1, EPISODE 5: Women & The Church, Part 1 (w/ Kamara Willett)

Episode Summary

As two males, we are in no way qualified to speak to the experience of being a woman in the church. We decided instead to try and learn a thing or two. We invited Kamara Willett to talk about her experience growing up as a woman in the church along with several other topics in which she was able to share her expertise. Believe it or not, men, women are qualified to talk about more than just women’s issues…Shocking, I know. Kamara is a brilliant Lawyer and thoughtful conversationalist. She shares her thoughts on the justice system in Canada, racism in the context of the Gerald Stanley trial, along with thoughts about the Justice For Our Stolen Children Camp in Regina, SK. We then dive into her experience of growing up in the church and later walking away from faith, all while still loving the people within those walls. Join us! It’s a good one.

Episode Notes

Justice For Our Stolen Children Camp
Colten Boushie

Hang with us throughout the week on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. Please subscribe/rate our podcast on iTunes or wherever you listen. 

Special thanks to Northcote for letting us use their incredible music. Please support by buying their music.

Thanks to Bryan Neufeld for creating our logo. Give him a shout for all your design needs.

2 thoughts on “SEASON 1, EPISODE 5: Women & The Church, Part 1 (w/ Kamara Willett)

  1. thanks guys and Kamara…. I can so relate to a woman’s role in the church !!!! Sometimes( at least in my case) really depends on the Pastor.One Pastor let women do almost everything except be an elder and serve communion to the next only allowing women to be greeters and ushers….In our former church I was on almost every committee as well as teaching Sunday school and did the readings at least once a month,mostly more often… then a change in pastor and everything changed…… I quit everything,felt really unworthy…. Things have to change to draw people back into HIS service…. Keep up the great work..

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Eleanor! Thanks for listening and sharing your experience. You are not now and never have been unworthy! Much love to you. -B


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close