Episode 21: Diana Gruver and Laura Fabrycky

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Host Jen Pollock Michel is joined by two great guests to continue discussing the theme of our previous episode: reading and mental wellness. This time, her conversation partners look at this important topic through the lens of church history.

Diana Gruver writes about spiritual formation and discipleship in the everyday. She is the author of Companions in the Darkness: Seven Saints Who Struggled with Depression and Doubt. 

Laura Fabrycky is an American writer, diplomatic spouse, and mother of three. Her book, Keys to Bonhoeffer’s Haus, is a historically grounded memoir of her experience as a volunteer guide at the Bonhoeffer-Haus in Berlin. She was a guest on a previous episode, so you’ll hopefully recognize her voice.

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