Studio: Stephanie Ravenscraft & Sarah Rader
Category: Kids & Family
What It Is
A couple of ladies talk about their faith & their families.
This show is now defunct, but I listened to a few episodes anyway, since it was on my list of award nominated podcasts. It’s a low-key conversation and that’s about all. There are seventy-one episodes and the iTunes archive has the last fifty. The show’s official website is offline.
What About It
Well, I’m not married and I don’t have kids. So I’m not the target audience. The target audience is obviously married mothers; most of the discussion revolves around dealing with husbands and kids. Still, I called this one a Christian podcast last time and I think it’s equally that. The ladies talk about their faith just a whole, whole lot; obviously, it informs everything about the way they live their lives. Anyway, they aren’t funny or witty as they would need to be for me to listen to it for the entertainment value, nor are they particularly insightful about faith, so it isn’t the kind of show I would listen to for spiritual reasons either. It isn’t a stupid show or anything and the hosts are reasonably likable. Just not for me. I heard, as memory serves, five episodes. That was more than plenty.
You’re a married Christian mother. Or, in other words, if you’re not reading this.
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You’re a single, sterile atheist. Or, in other words, if . . . well, wait . . .
Best Entry Point
Just check out the archive, if you really must. I mean, whatever.
2 ½ stars.
Next time, it’s a podcast based around something I have never done in my life.