Episode 32 - Strahan Coleman


Yowza. This conversation will not let me go. In this episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with a man who knows a lot about Plan B. Strahan Coleman was a touring musician and songwriter for years, and he had a very robust prayer life until he became so sick, he couldn’t get out of bed and he could not muster the energy to pray as he had before. Plus, he was rather irritated with the God of the universe who suddenly seemed very silent and very unwilling to give Strahan the help he needed. If you have ever felt like God isn’t very cooperative or that he’s distant or that prayer is mostly for super spiritual people, this is a conversation for you. I loved it, loved Strahan’s book, and cannot wait for you to listen in on what he had to say.

Strahan Coleman is a writer, spiritual director, and award-winning musician from Aotearoa, New Zealand. After spending ten years recording and traveling as a folk artist, he founded Commoners Communion in 2017, a ministry exploring conversations in Christian spirituality. Since then, he has given himself to his passion of helping others deepen their experience in God through his writing, podcast, spiritual retreats, and online prayer schools. He has published Beholding and three prayer books, Prayer Vol. 01, 02, and 03, poetic devotionals inviting the reader into a deeper honesty, vulnerability, and closeness with God. Strahan currently lives by the beach in the Coromandel in Aotearoa, New Zealand with his wife, Katie, and three sons, Mikal, Theodore, and Finley.

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