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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.

Aug 21, 2017

David Powers is a powerful voice in the world of faith. He has written a number of interesting works exploring faith through fandom, through medical science, and has resources on learning new skills faster. We discuss these and how faith changed for him from a place of fear to a place of love, joy, and adventure.

Aug 14, 2017

Jeff Harper joins us to talk about how study of history and politics led to his views on faith through the Jefferson Bible compiled by Thomas Jefferson in 1820. This version of the Bible included the teachings of Jesus while excluding much of the supernatural along with the Resurrection. For the Jefferson Bible and Jeff...

Aug 7, 2017

Jay and Jenny Wilburn share the changes in their lives and the lives of others as a result of telling their story. The act of sharing what you are going through helps you and helps others too in ways you could never predict.

Jul 31, 2017

An interview before a live audience the Sunday of Scares That Care Charity Weekend 4. We interviewed Shelly Rosamilia about growing up as a minister's daughter, prayer combined with action, and why love sometimes means giving shelter.

Jul 24, 2017

Jay Wilburn takes listener questions about whether he uses faith as a crutch, how he feels about different denominations, how he views the book of Revelation as an apocalyptic writer, why he writes horror instead of Christian writing, and more. Feel free to send more questions to