This is the first post I have written and published in the same week – feels strange.
I just wanted to let you know that on the 3rd of June that the podcast ‘When Belief Dies’ will be doing live. That’s a mere four days away – I am very excited.
It has taken a lot of work to get to this stage and I am delighted that we get to share this with you all. Dave (co-host) and I have been working really hard on making it as interesting and helpful as possible. The format is conversational and the content is honest and real – we hope you appreciate it.
It will be pushed out to all major podcast platforms, so please do a search for it from the 3rd of June onwards. It could take a few days to be accepted onto certain podcast platforms, so please bear with us whilst we get it all lined up.
There will be a new episode each Wednesday for at least the following twenty weeks. We are planning for it to be a seasonal podcast, which means there will be a short break between seasons as we make sure things move in the right direction.
When it is live you will be able to find it on the below the moment it goes live (7 am every Wednesday)
Anchor FM (links to all current podcast platforms – more will be added shortly)
Please find, subscribe and rate the podcast! Every rating and written review will help to boost the podcast visibility and hopefully we can help others going on their journey. The best place for this is on Apple Podcasts – so please take a gander and review us on there (when we are live – obviously).
Feedback, comments, questions and thoughts – these are all welcome. Questions are probably the most helpful as Dave and I will use these to frame future episodes and they will steer the podcast.
I won’t be posting on here for each and every new podcast episode, so please follow When Belief Dies on social media (all links at the top of the website) to find out about every episode and to engage with questions and thoughts.
Following us on your preferred podcast platform will enable you to get each episode as and when it comes out.
I hope you enjoy the show and find it helpful, Dave and I have loved recording them and are exicted to share them with the world.
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Thanks for taking the time to read my blog. It has taken me a few years to get to a place where I am able to share my loss of faith and to start writing about the journey that I am still on for you all. I hope you find it useful.
Grammar, spelling, capitalisation and punctuation: I am massively dyslexic. It has taken me years to get to the level I am currently at with writing and I have done this mainly through reading. I want to be better and ask you, reader, to please forgive any errors in my writing. I hope you notice improvement upon improvement over the coming years.
Time Frame: This blog is roughly six to nine months behind where I currently am at in my journey out of religion. It’s important to remember that when reading and commenting.
If you want to connect with me, then you can get in touch via any of the social media links that can be found at the top of the page. If you want to get every post straight to your inbox then you can do that by either following directly via WordPress or with your email address, whichever you prefer – the links are to the right.
I’ll see you back here at the same time next week 🙂