Eric Howell has been an audio engineer since 2009. Working in various studios recording bands. He started editing podcasts and mixing audio dramas in 2018.
In this episode, we speak with author Anita Grace Brown about how her practice of yoga has deepened her connection with Jesus and the world around her. Anita helps prepare hearts and minds for a loving relationship with Mother/Father/God/Creator by facilitating practices like yoga, prayerful meditation, and chants. Her strength in moving toward human suffering, and witnessing it, has allowed her to glimpse profound healing in relationships. Surrendered to Christ, her faith is forged through an East meets West, holistic approach. Anita and her husband Bob share their home with their golden retriever, Sierra, in New Jersey and maintain a loving home-away-from-home for their two adult children. Anita’s first book is “Kamikaze Yogi: Christ, Yoga, and the Courage to Emerge” is being published by the Shaia Sophia House imprint of Quoir and releases on March 9th. You can order Anita's book, Kamikaze Yogi: Christ, Yoga, and the Courage to Emerge on March 9, 2021 by clicking here. You can find Anita's podcast, It's Five O'clock Somewhere, wherever you listen to podcasts. You can follow Anita on Facebook and Instagram. While you're on social media, please follow our podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Check out my weekly Patheos column here. Want to help us produce future episodes of The Messy Spirituality Podcast? Join us over on Patreon where you will get patron exclusive access to videos of our podcast conversations, articles, and more in exchange for your monthly support of $1 or more. Finally, if you enjoy the show, please be sure to rate and review the podcast on your platform of choice. That goes a long way to help new listeners find us. Thanks so much for listening and for all of your support!
The Patron Saint of Suicides creators sit down with voice actors Elissa Park (Haven Otomo) and Rob Schwarb (Victor Blossem) to talk about recording and the fun behind the mics in this second of three behind-the-scenes episode. Get to know the people who make the series. 
The Patron Saint of Suicides creator and writer Alex Dolan, and producer Vince Dajani, discuss the creation of the show in this first of three behind-the-scenes episode. Get to know the people who make the series. 
In this episode, I talk to two of my favorite voices on social media, Derek and Rachel Myers from "Your Favorite Heretics". We have an open and heartfelt conversation about walking away from toxic faith and finding healing. To engage more with Rachel, Derek, and their work, you can follow Your Favorite Heretics on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube. While you're on social media, please follow our podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Check out my weekly Patheos column here. Want to help us produce future episodes of The Messy Spirituality Podcast? Join us over on Patreon where you will get patron exclusive access to videos of our podcast conversations, articles, and more in exchange for your monthly support of $1 or more. Finally, if you enjoy the show, please be sure to rate and review the podcast on your platform of choice. That goes a long way to help new listeners find us. Thanks so much for listening and for all of your support!
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Aug 11th, 1991
Location
Arab, Alabama, United States of America
Episode Count
146
Podcast Count
10
Total Airtime
3 days, 22 hours
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 169452