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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 24, 2020

Merry Christmas, Pray with our Feet Community!

We caught up with Rev. Fran Pratt, pastor, writer, musician, and mystic about her deeply moving prayers which call us to the daily work of anti-racism, honoring the earth and uplifting the Beloved community.

We delved into her faith journey -  leaving a fundamentalist...

Dec 20, 2020

What does it mean to reclaim Christianity, committing to the daily work of anti-racism, and revolutionary love of Jesus? We sat down with Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D., Senior Minister at Middle Collegiate Church, a 1,300-member multi-ethnic, welcoming, and inclusive congregation in New York City (and full...

Dec 15, 2020

Photo Credit: Kalea Morgan

Welcome to Season 2 of the Pray with our Feet podcast! It's been a while since Season 1 wrapped, and we are excited to be in conversation with you all again. And, if you're on Instagram or Twitter, we regularly share there, too! 

This season our theme is racism in the church: How do we dismantle it, along and also...

Mar 20, 2020

Join us for an illuminating conversation with Dr. Marisela Gomez about prioritizing wellness in daily life, centering spiritual messages rooted in love (Jesus and the Disinherited, Howard Thurman), being intentional about how we use social media, and the importance of listening to the body, a transformative practice...

Feb 22, 2020

Grab your smoothies, and join us for a great chat with Rowana Abbensetts, writer, mental health advocate and founder of Spoken Black Girl Publishing, about the power of centering wellness and self care as activists / change makers and parents. 

Far too often, we push these practices to the back burner, but they are...