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Get Your Spirit in Shape

Get Your Spirit in Shape features conversations to help us keep our souls as healthy as our bodies. Logo by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.
Get Your Spirit in Shape features conversations to help us keep our souls as healthy as our bodies. Logo by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

Get Your Spirit in Shape is a podcast from United Methodist Communications that features casual conversations with United Methodist bishops, leaders, authors, pastors and others who offer spiritual nutrition and exercises to help us get and keep our spirits in shape.

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Elizabeth Shulman, United Methodist pastor and author

A conversation about words

Rev. Enger Muteteke shares how we can build community and a sense of belonging by better understanding the words we use and misuse.
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Dr. Laura Hoirvath is a guest on "Get Your Spirit in Shape."

Shut down your inner critic, find healing

Author Andrew Lang's new book shares steps for how people of faith can silence their inner voice of negativity to find healing for ourselves and offer healing to those around us.
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Dr. Laura Hoirvath is a guest on "Get Your Spirit in Shape."

Empowering families, reimagining missions

Dr. Laura Horvath shares how the lessons she learned while working with vulnerable communities across the globe led her to engage in a radical initiative to empower families.
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Charles Wesley, John’s younger brother, was hymnwriter, preacher and trailblazer, whose lyrical theology continues to teach and inspire us today.

The enduring influence of Charles Wesley

The Rev. Dr. Paul Chilcote, discusses John’s younger brother—a hymnwriter, preacher and trailblazer, whose lyrical theology continues to teach and inspire us today.
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Get Your Spirit in Shape features conversations to help us keep our souls as healthy as our bodies. Logo by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

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