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Michael and Adee Cazayoux dive into every facet of health, wellness and personal development in this podcast by Working Against Gravity. The WAG Podcast takes a unique approach to self-development by connecting the dots between nutrition, mindset, stress, and relationships through relatable stories and providing you with actionable steps that you can take today.
 
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Sharing and confiding in others can oftentimes be a scary thing. In today’s episode Adee and Michael share some useful tips on how to navigate touchy subjects, asking the right questions, and how to become a safe place for other people. What you’ll learn: 15:35 - Acknowledgement 18:30 - Practice patience 20:30 - How and when to give advice We would…
 
"Without living theologically, there can be no theology." (Jürgen Moltmann) Miroslav Volf interviews German theologian Jürgen Moltmann, who reflects on the meaning of joy, and its connection to anxiety, fear, wrath, hope, and love; he tells his own story of discovering—of being discovered by—God as a 16-year-old drafted into World War II by the Ger…
 
This one is for all you praise junkies out there! In today’s episode Adee and Michael share their stories on improving your sex life, feeling more connected, and breathing new life into your relationship all through the power of praise. Tune in to learn how practicing gratitude in your relationships can transform your love in more ways than one. Wh…
 
My Dark Path explores the fringes of history, science, and the paranormal. In every episode, MF Thomas illuminates a topic taken from dark corners of our world. Combining his personal, on-location research with insights from experts, researchers and historians, every episode will intrigue, excite, and perhaps, send a shiver down your spine. Subscri…
 
"Once a person has done evil, they have destroyed a significant part of themselves. They have made that turn towards non-being, non-existence, chaos, disorder, and loss. And so when you execute a person who has already done that kind of moral damage to themselves, not to mention all the damage they've done to other people, but at that point, the on…
 
Have you ever felt paralyzed from having too many options to choose from? Well this episode is all about building trust in yourself and unlocking your inner guru, so that you can live life with less resistance, more peace of mind, and higher productivity. In today’s episode Adee and Michael are talking about trusting your intuition, how emotions ca…
 
Enroll now for our 7-week Life Worth Living Course through Grace Farms: http://gracefarms.org/life-worth-living. The course runs from May 4 to June 15, and we expect it to fill up quickly, so don’t wait to sign up! One of the most prominent visions of the good life present in Disney films could be called "expressive individualism," perhaps best cap…
 
Having a solid morning routine can help get your days off to a great start, decreasing your stress and increasing your productivity. On today’s episode, Michael and Adee describe their consistent morning routine and offer some helpful tips for building one of your own. They also explain how starting with one small change can dramatically improve yo…
 
Thinking of the Christian church as a field hospital is a wonderful thought, but what happens when the very place you go to for healing becomes the locus of trauma? What happens to faith and flourishing when the hospital becomes a battlefield? For all the media attention given to cases of spiritual abuse, there is very little by way of psychologica…
 
Have you ever felt like you were stuck in a vicious cycle of always wanting the next new thing? This is called the hedonic treadmill - wanting too much and never feeling fully satisfied. In this episode, Adee and Michael are going to teach you how to do the opposite! Tune in for 4-tips on how to start appreciating what you already have and how to g…
 
Theologian Angela Gorrell discusses her book The Gravity of Joy, a theological memoir that lays bare the experience of finding the bright sorrow of joy alongside devastating grief, suffering, and pain. The book recounts her experience of joining the Yale Center for Faith & Culture in 2016 as an Associate Research Scholar for our Theology of Joy and…
 
Just like the seasons, our bodies are always going through cyclical changes, but rest assured we’ve got some tips and tricks that will help make this a lot more manageable! In this episode Adee and Michael are talking about what to do if you are noticing that you’re always going through some body changes or gaining weight during the winter season. …
 
“For me, the spiritual task is to befriend reality in all its mess and complexity—to do that with grace." Krista Tippett joins Miroslav Volf for a conversation on the importance of engaging otherness on the grounds of our common humanity; her personal faith journey from small town Baptists in Oklahoma, to a secular humanism in a divided Cold-War Be…
 
This week on the WAG Podcast, Adee and Michael are answering another great listener question about fitness and nutrition considerations for masters athletes. The way you train when you are in your 20’s is going to look a little different than the way you train when you are in your 40’s+. This episode has some useful tips on how to manage volume and…
 
"I look at joy as an act of resistance against despair and its forces. ... Joy in that regard is a work, that can become a state, that can become a way of life." Willie Jennings joins Miroslav Volf to discuss the definition of joy as an act of resistance against despair, the counterintuitive nature of cultivating joy in the midst of suffering, the …
 
Matt Croasmun honors theologian Willie Jennings and his work in After Whiteness: An Education in Belonging. Willie Jennings is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale Divinity School. Show Notes Willie Jennings, After Whiteness: An Education in Belonging Arvo Pärt’s Te Deum “Be ware the hidden curriculum." White, sel…
 
Brooke Wells stands out among elite CrossFit athletes for her ability to compete at the highest level while also attending college and maintaining an active social life. In today’s episode, Adee shares some of the top lessons she’s learned from Brooke about juggling it all and maintaining a positive mindset. She also gives insight into some of Broo…
 
"There is no poverty worse than that which takes away work and the dignity of work. In a genuinely developed society, work is an essential dimension of social life, for it is not only a means of earning one’s daily bread, but also of personal growth, the building of healthy relationships, self-expression and the exchange of gifts. Work gives us a s…
 
"A strange necessity has been laid upon me to devote my life to the central concern that transcends the walls that divide and would achieve in literal fact what is experienced as literal truth: Human life is one and all humans are members of one another" (Howard Thurman, The Luminous Darkness). Sameer Yadav honors Howard Thurman, minister, theologi…
 
With the 2021 CrossFit Open just around the corner, it would be a good time to highlight some helpful tips to get your nutrition in check so that you can be sure that you are performing at your absolute best. In this episode Adee and Michael are sharing some of their experience training for competition and giving an inside look at how that might al…
 
David Walker was an early 19th-century black abolitionist and activist, who wrote An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World. Ryan McAnnally-Linz celebrates his ideas in this influential pamphlet that gave dignity, hope, and courage to slaves and freed black people alike, urging them to continue fighting for their freedom while the United State…
 
Support For the Life of the World, give to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: faith.yale.edu/give Shortly after Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis in March 2013, he released an exhortation, very similar to an encyclical, but addressed to a Christian audience. "Evangelii Guadium” or the "Joy of the Gospel,” begins by articulating the most p…
 
Whether it's taking your shirt off around your friends, or wearing shorts in public - feeling insecure about your body is something many of us go through, even if we aren’t vocalizing it. In today’s episode Adee and Michael are putting it all out there, talking about ways we can all start letting go of our shame and finally start feeling comfortabl…
 
“Here we have a splendid secret that shows us how to dream and to turn our life into a wonderful adventure. No one can face life in isolation… We need a community that supports and helps us, in which we can help one another to keep looking ahead. How important it is to dream together… By ourselves, we risk seeing mirages, things that are not there.…
 
Good communication is the key to a healthy relationship. Another big predictor of a good relationship is how couples fight. In this episode, Adee and Michael are talking about the Imago Dialogue, a powerful communication tool designed to help any two people move out of conflict and back to a place of mutual acceptance. What you’ll learn:05:30 - The…
 
Philosopher Kent Dunnington exposes the radical roots of Christian humility, exploring the centrality of humility to Christian ethics, the goal of humility in eliminating one’s own self-concern, why humility remains so appealing and so appalling, and how to respond to the abuse and weaponizing of humility to oppress. Interview with Evan Rosa. Join …
 
This week Adee and Michael are talking about getting your body back after pregnancy. From experiencing diastasis, to postpartum depression, to tracking your food again, this episode is full of tips that will help you come up with a postpartum wellness plan for getting back to feeling comfortable and confident in your skin so that you can still take…
 
"Cooking is a declaration of love ... food is God’s love made delicious." Theologian Norman Wirzba reflects on the threats of our faulty logic of food and our disordered and disconnected relationship to eating and nourishment, and imagines a theology of food grounded in membership, gift, and hospitality. Interview with Matt Croasmun. Support For th…
 
Starting a family is both rewarding and challenging at the same time. This week, Michael and Adee are talking about creating a plan, setting expectations and negotiating responsibilities of parenthood in order to avoid unnecessary stress so that you can both enjoy your baby, and each other. What you’ll learn:16:50 - Lessons of parenthood19:20 - Fre…
 
Thanks for listening to For the Life of the World. To support the show, you can make a tax-deductible gift to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture by clicking here. --- This is that time of year when the little demon of self-criticism and self-denigration wakes up and starts nagging you for letting your new year’s resolutions slip a little. Or maybe…
 
We sent out a survey to over 3,000 aspiring nutrition coaches about what stopped them from taking the leap to begin coaching clients. One of the most frequent questions we heard was: can you actually make money as a nutrition coach? In today’s episode, Adee and Michael will dispel myths about making money as an online nutrition coach. Adee launched…
 
What is the state of Christianity and Democracy in America? We mined the past 6 months of episodes for the most timely, relevant, and even strangely prescient reflections on faith and politics in America. Past guests Willie Jennings, David French, Marilynne Robinson, Robert George, and Samuel Perry and Andrew Whitehead, and Arlie Hochschild each of…
 
Miroslav Volf and the staff of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture respond to the lies, provocation, and violence at the Capitol building on January 6, 2021. Show Notes "The most responsible thing to say about the President’s and the attackers’ actions is that they were without qualification wrong. To praise, to condone, to excuse, or to ignore the…
 
This week Adee and Michael are answering another listener's question about overcoming the challenge of unwanted weight gain and learning how to take care of your body. Be sure to tune in for more tips on nutrition, meditation, and mindset shifts that are sure to help you find what works best for you on your journey to looking better and feeling bet…
 
Mike Cosper, host of Cultivated, a podcast about faith and work, interviews Miroslav Volf about his vocation as theologian. They discuss Miroslav's youth in Croatia and his family's influence on his spirituality and theology, as well as the urgent need for faithful witness in our turbulent times. Original air date: November 2, 2020. --- Introductio…
 
Whether you’re just starting your fitness journey, or have been at it for some time, eventually we all hit the dreaded plateau. In today’s episode Adee and Michael are giving quick tips to help you break through the rough patches and get closer to your goals. Some of today's topics include lifestyle changes for long term success, identifying trends…
 
How can the Magi of Matthew 2—the Three Wise Men "bearing gifts" and "traversing afar"—help us understand faith and reason, giving and receiving, the nature of God, and how to be human? Drew Collins offers some new perspective on a familiar Christmas story. Introduction and Notes Merry Christmas friends—for this week, we’re dropping a double dose o…
 
Santa doesn't just want you to be happy. Santa needs you to be happy. Matt Croasmun explains how the contemporary Christmas myth—the Gospel of Christmas according to St. Nick—sets emotional norms that are vastly different from the Gospel of Christmas according to St. Paul.By Matt Croasmun, Evan Rosa
 
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