Christian Pride (DnD Podcast Ep. 16)

Ron has a heart-to-heart with Grace Baldridge about being queer in the church (her, not Ron).

In celebration of Pride Month, this week Ron’s has an inspiring and moving interview with musician and queer Christian, Grace Baldrige of Semler Music. Grace was the host and producer of the Refinery 29 video series “State of Grace” which explored the intersection of faith and the LGBTQ+ community. The series garnered over six million views, and as an accomplished musician, Grace has grown to become a respected influencer speaking to the issues that face queer Christians.

Ron’s TikTok about “Aunt Lydia.”

@blerdronner My response to the “Aunt Lydia“ that decided to ask a stupid-ass question. #pridemonth #christianity #lgbtq🌈 ♬ original sound – Ron Dawson | Satirical author

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Grace’s music used in this episode (all rights reserved):

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Music for the show was also licensed from Artlist and curated from Creative commons songs included in this episode (in order of appearance):

  • “Fifty Nine” by Cullah (CC BY-SA)
  • “Beyond Something Beautiful” by Scott Holmes (CC BY-SA)
  • “Divider” by Chris Zabriskie (CC BY)

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