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Pray With our Feet

Pray with our Feet is a podcast and community rooted in the radical love of Christ. We uplift the intersection of progressive Christian faith and social justice / activism. We believe we are called to make a difference in the world around us. Founded by Emelda De Coteau and Trudy Leocadio, mother and daughter. Find us on Instagram, and Twitter: @praywithourfeet.

Dec 21, 2019

Pull up a chair, your favorite beverage and get comfy! You don't want to miss our conversation with visual artist Paige Meredith. This was recorded on the go so excuse some of the slight background noise.

Paige has such a heart for lifting up others through her artwork. We know you'll leave this conversation...

Dec 16, 2019

Christine Gibson, founder of Queens Knits and Queens Doula

Join us for a heartfelt chat with Christine Gibson about creativity, motherhood, activism, and progressive Christian faith. Christine was born and raised in Queens where she still resides with her husband and two children. She is training to be a certified birth doula with Carriage House Birth. She became passionate...

Dec 11, 2019

Danielle Frisby

Join us for a dynamic conversation with Danielle Frisby, founder of  UnBoxing Change, a community engagement event business  created to tackle the most pressing problems people face on the planet. UnBoxing Change allows customers to become Agents of Change by way of creating events that are mission-driven and are...

Dec 4, 2019

Join us for an engaging conversation with Lou-Ann Wattley Belk, creative Mama and founder of Well Worth Watering, a newly birthed blog and online community that channels the pregnancy, birth and mothering stories of black women in order to nourish and empower black birthing people.  As we work to dismantle the roots of...

Nov 22, 2019

Join us for an interesting discussion with Elizabeth Rhodes, writer, designer, and author of the children's book, Feminism is for Boys (for ages 0-3).

Elizabeth is an advocate for women’s rights and a self-proclaimed feminist. She believes feminism is for all genders, including boys. Elizabeth hopes parents will find...