Love Anyway

Sneak Peek: Season Two Trailer

In the trailer for season two of the Love Anyway podcast, host Erin Wilson and Preemptive Love founder Jeremy Courtney share why it’s important to enter into hard conversations with all kinds of people—including kids.

In the trailer for season two of the Love Anyway podcast, host Erin Wilson and Preemptive Love founder Jeremy Courtney share why it’s important to enter into hard conversations with all kinds of people—including kids.


Show Notes

In the trailer for season two of the Love Anyway podcast, host Erin Wilson and Preemptive Love founder Jeremy Courtney share why it’s important to enter into hard conversations with all kinds of people—including kids.

In season two, we’ll explore the fears and questions kids—and the adults in their lives—have about violence, racism, media, cultural differences, and war. Children are often left out of hard conversations. But what if we welcome future generations to the table, now?

Join us as peacemakers of all ages share true stories of hope, exploring how to broaden the picture of what it looks like to love anyway.

Photo by Preemptive Love Coalition

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Announcing the Love Anyway Podcast!

The Love Anyway podcast pushes beyond the simple narrative of “us vs. them.” We'll peel back the curtain of our peacemaking journey, here on the frontlines.

Full Transcript

Erin: In season 2 of Love Anyway, we’re inviting new voices to the podcast. And some younger voices, too. Because we know that you are on the front lines of battles of your own. Hard battles in your communities that you, alongside the kids in your life, face every day. 

Jeremy: Maybe your front lines include matters of racism and fears that you or your family or your friends face about what it’s like to just walk around and exist in your own skin, changing norms and demographics and conversations about who has power and who gets what and who has the right to speak and when and why in your context.

Politics seem to be changing, culture seems to be ripping itself apart we think the things we have been learning here on frontlines of more traditional conflicts like Iraq or Syria that are, are very recognizable to us, we think that have a lot to teach us about how we can end war before it starts on the frontlines where we live.

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And we think it’s important to try to help our kids navigate through this now. Clearly, it’s the adults who are doing most of the destruction around the world, most of the ripping of the world apart, and I think part of the reason for that is because we’re not teaching each other, we’re not teaching our kids when they’re younger how to handle conflict. 

If we want to end war, if we want to heal what’s tearing us apart, we’re going to have to learn to do something with our fear. And there’s no better time to start than now when we’re young so that we know how to navigate our way through it before it’s too late.

Erin: Because fear leads to violence that leads to war. And war unmakes the world. That’s why we’re here.

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To face fear, together. Join us this season as peacemakers of all ages share true stories of hope, exploring how to enter into hard conversations and broaden the picture of what it looks like to love anyway. 

Jeremy: Join us for the journey. Please don’t miss an episode—subscribe now to the Love Anyway podcast. I’m Jeremy Courtney. See you next week.

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Get a behind-the-scenes look at the people and stories behind the Love Anyway podcast. Host Erin Wilson joins Ben Irwin, director of communications, for a casual conversation recapping season one with producer Kayla Craig.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the people and stories behind the Love Anyway podcast. Host Erin Wilson joins Ben Irwin, director of communications, for a casual conversation recapping season one with producer Kayla Craig.