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BECOMING:us with Moriah & Joel Smallbone VIDEO

Ep 4 - BECOMING:lonely

3/15/2021 00:35:21
Post-engagement disengagement? It's a thing. This week, Moriah & Joel share their season of surprising loneliness.

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BECOMING:us with Moriah & Joel Smallbone VIDEO

In just 6 episodes of BECOMING:us, you'll witness authentic conversations between two artists and their mentor. Moriah and Joel Smallbone dig deep into their story for truths that have guided them through their career, marriage and creative endeavors...each episode landing on a powerful and practical tool interpreted by friend, guide and spiritual contemplative, Kerry Hasenbalg. You can expect vulnerability, honesty and humor in this cinematic podcast which speaks to the uniquely challenging, triumphant and (at times) preposterous moments of life. Uncover useful insight on what love really looks like in sickness and in health; in the good times and the uncertain. Click "subscribe" and use #Becomingus on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to join the online communal conversation around what it means to become all that God intended us to be.

Reviews

Raw heartwarmingly funny

Love the openness these two have with their relationship. Very encouraging and uplifting to see them be so open about struggles and things they felt they did wrong or right.

Just starting...

I am just starting this podcast. Not familiar with these people or their story so can't comment too much there. However, I would strongly suggest they use a dynamic microphone moving forward. It looks as though they are and they are using windscreens on the microphones as well but the audio is very strong. Every time she breathes or takes a breath I can hear it. Also, the sound & pitch in their voices are so high that certain notes are hard on the ears..... this is construction feedback, not critical or destructive.