Be Still and Go:
Top 20 Episodes of 2020

While 2020 was far from the year we could have imagined, it brought us three powerful and prophetic seasons of the devotional podcast, Be Still and Go: Meditations for the Movement. Below you will find the top 20 episodes from the year. Listen to these incredible again, or perhaps for the first time, and allow the intersection of faith and justice to deepen in your life and in our world.

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  • You could donate $84 for the eighty-four new episodes released this year.
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Lent 2020 (Season 6)

The Sound of Silence by Melissa Greene

“When I let go of my certainty, I thought I would also let go of peace and yet surprisingly, that’s where I found it.”

God’s Beautiful Balanced Garden by Brian McLaren

“I seek to reinhabit my space as a creature in God’s beautiful, balanced garden.”

The Insufferable Apostle Paul by Amanda Meisenheimer

“These are hard times and your feelings of frustration, fear, sadness, disappointment, and confusion are valid. We need to feel our feelings.”

Is the Lord Among Us? by Amy Lunde-Whitler

“What our hearts yearn for, what our souls ache for is a God who walks with through the broken shards of our messy lives.”

When New Life Appears by Debie Thomas

“’Doubts and loves dig up the world like a mole, a plow,’ allowing the whispers of God’s spirit to bring forth new life.”

The Most Popular Psalm by Jim Keat

“God leads me to still waters and green pastures. God returns me to my breath.”

The Patterns and Particularities of Polar Bears by Lynn Casteel Harper

“Faithful waiting means paying attention, listening with compassion, acting with intention, and trusting that it doesn’t all rely on you or me.”

It’s the End of the World by Jim Keat

“This is a brave new world that none of us have ever experienced. This is the end of the world as we know it.”

Into Your Hands by James Forbes

“Jesus knew that every human being has the capacity to decide where they’re going to put their trust.”

Risen Indeed by Michael Livingston

“Christ is risen. Christ is risen indeed.”

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Summer 2020 (Season 7)

Be Still and Wear a Mask by Jim Keat

“Namaske: the mask I wear to protect you recognizes the mask you wear to protect me.”

Be Still and Go Make Dinner by Michael Livingston

“We recommit our need to the charity of daily bread and the justice of an economic system for all the people of God. We are all essential.”

Be Still and Go to Sleep by Lynn Casteel Harper

“It is a great equalizer. No matter how smart or fit or on top of the world we may believes ourselves to be, everyone requires sleep.”

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Advent 2020 (Season 8)

How Are We Going to Get Through This? by Amanda Meisenheimer

“Here in the center, in the big middle of the crisis, with months behind us and months ahead of us comes Advent.”

Tear Open the Heavens by Katie Callaway

“We must be the ones tearing through all of the fences, gates, and walls that separate our world from the compassionate, justice seeking, radically inclusive Christ-child we will soon find in a manger.”

God Will Revive Us by Luvon Roberson

“When we sing we are literally breathing hope and faith that justice will come, that God will shine upon us, God will save us, God will revive us.”

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel by Tracy Howe Wispelwey

O come, green shoot of Jesse, free
Those dying at the hands of the police
Restore the land to whom it belongs,
So borders melt away into songs.

The Best Gift Ever by Alexa Donaphin

“I can’t help but wonder what God thinks of all the artificial trappings that have attached themselves to Christmas since the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.”

Let It Be by Shauna Niequist

“Open your eyes to what’s broken and missing and wrecked all around you and use everything you have to heal it up, repair it, rebuild it.”

The Stable Is Our Heart by Diana Butler Bass

And in a time like this how celebrate his birth when all things fall apart?
Ah! Wonderful it is: with no room on the earth, the stable is our heart.
-Madeline L’Engle

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$20 for the twenty episodes listed on this page.
$84 for the eighty-four new episodes released in 2020.
$250, a dollar for every episode currently available from the past eight seasons.

Whatever amount you choose, thank you for you donation and your support.

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