DeAnza Spaulding is the Lead Disrupter for Table Turning, a Holy Week movement initiated by her neighborhood church, Valley & Mountain, that is “grounded in the radical tradition of Jesus, who turned tables to interrupt the oppression of people disregarded by society.” The daughter of a Filipina mother and Norwegian father, DeAnza is committed to the liberation and empowerment of marginalized people in her work as a therapist focused on trauma, as a doctoral candidate and researcher focused on survivors of domestic violence, and as a former pastor who led her church in the development of an day drop-in center for unhoused women and men. She blogs about her life and work at Created For More. In this episode of RePlacing Church, she joins me to discuss:

  • The Table Turning movement and how your community can join in

  • Why the church often ignores the story of Jesus turning tables in the temple
  • How her biracial, bicultural background has prepared her for this moment in our society
  • Why we need to make space to liberate and empower the voices of women
  • How communities can move beyond their denial about domestic violence
  • The many manifestations of domestic abuse
  • Why we need to move from “victim” to “survivor” language when we talk about domestic violence

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Episode Song Credits: "Another Wrong to Right" by Mercir. "Feels Like Home" by Immersive Music. "Full Humanity" by Cymatix. Used with Permission.

Production Assistance by Nate Tubbs.

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Suzanne Stabile is the author of the upcoming book, The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships, and coauthor of The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery. She is cofounder of Life in the Trinity, a nonprofit ministry dedicated to spiritual growth. Suzanne is a sought after and engaging teacher who speaks with levity, gravity, creativity and vulnerability. She is an internationally recognized Enneagram Master and has conducted over 500 Enneagram workshops over the past 25 years. In this episode of RePlacing Church, she joins me to discuss:

  • The current state of relationships in America
  • Moving from 'either or' thinking to 'both and' thinking
  • Why faithfulness and discernment are crucial spiritual practices
  • How we all need somebody who can speak difficult truths into our lives
  • Masculinity and the #MeToo movement

Get your free RePlacing Church Resource Lista guide to being and becoming the church in the neighborhood.

Subscribe, rate, and review the RePlacing Church Podcast on iTunes, or listen on StitcherGoogle Play, or Podbean.

Support RePlacing Church on Patreon. I need your support to offset production costs so that I can continue to offer quality content and insightful interviews that will help you grow in your faith and practice. Visit www.patreon.com/benkatt, become a RePlacing Church Patron for as little as a $1/month and receive access to bonus podcast episodes, additional blog posts and more exclusive content! More information here.

Sign up for RePlacing Church updates at www.replacingchurch.org. Like on Facebook, Follow on Instagram.

Episode Song Credits: "Another Wrong to Right" by Mercir. "Feels Like Home" by Immersive Music. "Full Humanity" by Cymatix. Used with Permission.

Production Assistance by Nate Tubbs.

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