On this episode of the Enneagram 4 Confessions podcast, Zach has a conversation with writer and theologian Jessica Kantrowitz. The conversation covers a range of topics such as depression, deconstruction, honesty and pretending to be someone we're not, welcoming all emotions, the creative process, and the process of letting go in order be who we already are. 


Jessica Kantrowitz is a writer and theologian living in Boston, Massachusetts. She writes about theology, culture, social justice, and chronic illness, including her own struggles with depression and migraines. She works as a storyteller for Together Rising, and her writing has been featured in places like Sojourners, Think Christian, The Good Men Project, and Our Bible App. She earned her MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.


Where to find Jessica: 

Website: Jessica Kantrowitz

Twitter: @jfkantrowitz

Instagram: @jessicafaithkantrowitz

Facebook: Jessica Kantrowitz


Jessica's Books:

The Long Night: Readings and Stories to Help You Through Depression

365 Days of Peace: Benedictions to End Your Day in Gentleness and Hope


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