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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.

Dec 25, 2017

Jay Wilburn talks about the best day of the week for Christmas, the origins of Christmas traditions, obscure Christmas facts, and misconceptions. He shares a holiday story from his own archive and he reads a post he wrote one year ago, putting this Christmas into a different perspective.


Dec 18, 2017

Host Jay Wilburn discusses fear, worry, and doubt. He also discusses ways he lives in hope, peace, gratitude, and faith in the midst of uncertainty. This show is brought to you by Project Entertainment Network and the support of sponsors like Subculture Corsets & Clothing. Thank you for listening. We hope this episode...


Dec 11, 2017

Host Jay Wilburn talks about some key friends, family, and students he has lost over the years, the impact these losses had on his life, and how these experiences changed him. Listen in to this episode on finding peace and meaning in the midst of loss.


Dec 4, 2017

Host Jay Wilburn gathered the holiday related questions from listeners. Discover what he loves and hates about the season. Other questions seek out the idea of finding the "reason for the season."