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We here at Preach are avid news consumers like you. But in the midst of so many anxiety-inducing headlines, we’re also trying to remember that there are lots of good, joyful, curious and calming things in the world. And since stress is bad for your health too, it’s OK to take a short break from the news every once in a while. 

Invitation
Hinckley Institute for Politics

On Monday, March 16 from noon - 1 p.m. KUER resport and Preach podcast host Lee Hale will moderate a roundtable discussion of the changing nature of Christianity as a part of the Hinckley Institute's "Pizza and Poltiics" series at the University of Utah. This event is free and open to the public.

Join host Lee Hale for the first ever live Preach podcast on January 30 at The State Room in downtown Salt Lake City.

What happens when a Mormon, a Muslim and a Rabbi walk into a bar? Join host Lee Hale for the first ever live Preach podcast to find out! We’re bringing KUER’s new podcast to the stage in the style of a late night talk show … with an existential twist.

Special guests will include:

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If you grew up in the 1990s, or if you're the parent of someone who did, your life was probably touched in some way by VeggieTales. The computer-animated show featured singing vegetables that teach kids bible stories. It became a Christian media empire, with a bestselling VHS and DVD series, a broadcast TV version and even a feature film. Then it went bankrupt. 

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The host of Snap Judgment opens up about being agnostic and rethinking the role of belief after growing up in an apocalyptic cult. Plus, the parts of your spiritual upbringing stick that with you in unexpected ways. Hosted by Lee Hale. From KUER and PRX.

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On the first episode of Preach, actor Rainn Wilson — best known for his role as the oddly obsessive Dwight Schrute on The Office — opens up about his messy journey to find a religion that felt right.