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Matters of Faith Podcast

The Matters of Faith Podcast with your host Jay Wilburn on Project Entertainment Network explores individual stories of faith and personal struggle. The show does not have an agenda, but seeks to detail the personal experiences of people within various faith communities and people with experiences outside those communities – within organized religion and with spiritual views outside of those traditions. Every person has a story. It may not be your story, but their experiences may help you, may lift you up, or may inspire you as you live out your own story. Listening to the stories of others helps us all to understand each other better as we live out our lives in the world we share. We are all trying to figure out life. This show is meant to help us discuss topics about our journey through life that do not get discussed openly, honestly, and positively often enough.

Oct 16, 2017

In Episode 37 of the Matters of Faith Podcast, Jenny Wilburn joins host Jay Wilburn to discuss finding our place in church or communities of faith. Where do we go, who do we connect with, and how do we serve?

Oct 9, 2017

The Matters of Faith Podcast with Jay Wilburn on Project Entertainment Network takes listener questions on the proper response for Christians and people of faith when it comes to violence. Las Vegas, gun issues, and politics are discussed as well in response to the questions.

Oct 2, 2017

Listeners ask the question "Are Faith and Patriotism compatible for a person truly trying to serve God?" Host Jay Wilburn answers and discusses related questions surrounding current events. It is an interesting and controversial episode. Enjoy and then contact the show to tell how we are wrong.

Sep 25, 2017

Jay Wilburn answers listener questions and discusses his approach to keeping a positive attitude as a survival strategy.

Sep 18, 2017

Jay Wilburn answers listener questions about science vs faith and confirmation bias. He shares some of his experiences as a science teacher.