Frequently asked questions


What is your podcast about? 

In an often contentious, fractured society, our goal is to build an extended community of listeners; knocking down walls of division with curiosity and conversation. We explore topics that people are actually talking about and consider them through a lens of spirituality, humor and discovery. Twice a month Sandbox Cooperative offers conversations with thought leaders, authors and general ruckus makers. With each episode we look to support our growing listening community on their journey of discovery about the world and the ways we interact with it.

What topics do you cover? 

Over the past several years we've covered topics such as food insecurity, racism, human trafficking, immigration and addiction. We’ve had fascinating conversations with national guests like New York Times Best Seller, Rob Bell, leading podcaster and author Science Mike McHargue, and 2016 CNN Hero of the Year finalist, Becca Stevens. We’ve also connected with leaders a bit closer to home such as former congressman Tim Penny who talked on politics and religion and Regina Mustafa who talked about interfaith dialogue and her Muslim faith.

How often do you publish? 

We publish audio podcasts twice a month with several live events each year.

Where can we find your podcast? 

Our podcast is available wherever podcasts are found—iTunes, Google Play Music, and more. You can also find us at, or connect through FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. Our catalog of live events is available on our YouTube Channel.

Anything else we should know before listening? 

Sandbox is an extended community of people who are on a journey of discovery and understanding. Listeners are a diverse group who include those who identify as spiritual but not religious, and others who are curious onlookers and learners. To participate in the Sandbox, you can listen to the podcast, sign up for our email list on the website, or stop by at an upcoming live event. You’ll discover a permission giving platform to explore new ideas with an ever-growing perspective of our world. As the hosts regularly say, “There is always more room in the Sandbox.”