Homebrewed Christianity Podcast

Since March 13, 2008, Homebrewed Christianity Podcast has been bringing you the best nerdy audiological ingredients so you can brew your own faith.  You will find conversations between friends, theologians, philosophers, and scholars of all stripes.  Listen, question, think, and then share the Brew!

Previous guests have included Rob Bell, N.T. Wright, Marcus Borg, Brian McLaren, John Dominic Crossan, Walter Brueggemann, Bart Ehrman, Tony Jones, Doug Pagitt, Phyllis Tickle, Elizabeth Johnson, Diana Butler Bass, John Caputo, Richard Rohr and many other influential and emerging Christian thinkers.



Tripp Fuller

Tripp is married to an awesome lady Alecia and has a handsome young stud named Elgin Thomas (aka E.T.) and 2 little white fluffy dogs (Pebbles & Dino). He and Alecia are both graduates of Campbell University (where they met), the Divinity School of Wake Forest University and ordained ministers.  He is working on his PhD in Philosophy of Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate University.  A few other things he digs are books, cigars, pipes, Shaq, guitar, pirates, fishing, the Counting Crows, and good conversations about Religion and Politics.  The podcast is the most time consuming hobby he has ever had besides reading and blogging through Wolfhart Pannenberg’s 3 volume systematic theology.

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Bo Sanders

Bo is a PhD Student at Claremont School of Theology in Practical Theology: Religious Education. He is also a pastor, coffee shop theologian, tattoo evangelist, and a soccer fan.

You can find his HomeBrewed Blogs here. 

You might want to start with his 3 part series of ‘Why I’m Into Practical Theology‘, ‘Constructivism‘, and ‘When Good Isn’t Enough‘.

Bo is also helping to launch an emergent style gathering at his church in LA called the Loft.

You can connect with Bo through his blog at http://bosanders.wordpress.com/ where he tries to navigate between the everyday and theology.

Bo on Facebook – Bo C Sanders

Bo on Twitter  – @theBoSanders



 Callid Keefe-Perry

Callid is a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), and travels in the ministry endorsed by his monthly, regional, and yearly meetings. He is married to the brilliant Kristina Keefe-Perry and the proud papa their little girl Nahar. As of fall 2013 he is also a PhD student in Practical Theology (Religious Ed focus) at Boston University’s School of Theology. Callid is also one of the founders of The Space Theater and Gallery as well as Search Engine Improv.  He loves his family, comedy, poetry, and hope. More about Callid is on his personal website, and you can follow him on twitter as CallidKP.



Micky JonesMicky Jones

Micky is a student, writer, and communicator, living just south of Nashville, TN with her beer aficionado husband, KC, and their 3 creative, funny and kind children. After more than 10 years as a mother-baby specialist (doula, childbirth educator, lactation consultant, trainer and author), she decided to become a theologian.

She is currently studying with NAIITS (North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies) through George Fox Evangelical Seminary. She plans to go on to PhD studies. Micky currently serves on the planning teams of the TransFORM Network and Wild Goose Festival. Her special interests include womanist theology, the intersections of Black and Native American history and theology, practical theology, nonviolent direct action, and health issues (particularly around stress, women, birth and children). Micky likes to engage in interesting conversations, participate in transformative experiences … and dance.

Find her on Twitter  at @iammickyjones


“Elder of Graphical Sweetness”

Jesse Turri

Jesse is a a husband, father and designer living in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His skills are on display in the podcast graphics & around the website. He use to be a Homebrewed Deacon but after donating his skills he was promoted to “Elder of Graphical Sweetness.” If you need graphics holla at this talented Elder! Here’s his webpage & you should clearly follow him on Twitter.