Chris Staron is Creating Podcasts That Examine The Church From the Inside Out
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I first interviewed Chris Staron (and his brother Nick) in 2007 after receiving a copy of their movie Between the Walls. Since then, a lot has changed and Chris is producing a stellar podcast about issues confronting the Church. Chris tackles some very controversial topics in his podcast, Truce, with grace and kindness—something missing from current online “dialog”. I talked with Chris about the purpose of his podcast and the process he uses to create each episode. About Chris Chris Staron is the writer/ director of the films Bringing up Bobby and Between the Walls. His novel, Cradle Robber, is now available in ebook. He’s now the producer and host of the Truce podcast, which uses journalistic tools to look inside the Christian church. When he’s not busy with one of his projects, he teaches Sunday school and performs in a local improv comedy troupe. I hope you enjoyed this interview with Chris Staron. Please be sure to check out his podcast, movies, and book (all linked above). Share your thoughts with me on Twitter using the hashtag #str4p. Subscribe to the podcast in Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts or on your favorite platform.
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