Episode 80- Laura Paige Mertins: The Potter and the Clay

Jason Micheli —  February 17, 2017 — 1 Comment

Taylor talks with his youngest sister and Jason’s good good friend, Laura Paige Mertins, about her works as a ceramicist, what it means to be a faithful millennial, and how art can help the church.

You can find LP’s work here – https://www.etsy.com/shop/LPMpottery and connect with her on Instagram at @lpmpottery.

Coming up, we’ve got conversations for you with Tripp Fuller and Richard Rohr as well as live interviews we recorded with Stanley Hauerwas and Bishop Sharma Lewis.

Even a conversation with the author of a memoir about her time as a dominatrix in NYC. 

And beginning in Lent (and we’ll see where it goes) we’ll be debuting a lectionary-based offshoot of the podcast, spending 20 minutes or so every week with each other and with notable guests to break down the coming week’s lectionary scriptures. We’ll kick that off in advance of Ash Wednesday with the one and only Fleming Rutledge.

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One response to Episode 80- Laura Paige Mertins: The Potter and the Clay

  1. I so enjoyed listening to this podcast from two favorite people. Such a love between brother and sister is truly a gift from God. Laura Page, I learned much more than I ever knew about your God-given gift of art, and especially your beautiful pottery. It is beautiful inside and out, just like you. Thank you for using it to teach others as it adorns the halls and altar of your church and other places where it might rest.

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