Chuck Parson and Brady Hardinis creating The Life After Podcast and Community
Your monthly Follower Level contribution includes the following:
- The Life After Digital Extras! Wallpapers, music tracks, photos, and more!
- MEME ARK Vol 1 PLUS all future releases as long as you remain a patron!
- Exclusive Bloopers!
Your monthly Fan club Level contribution includes the same benefits as the Follower Level, plus...
- AN EXCLUSIVE, FAN CLUB PODCAST FEED! Guaranteed at least 2 Monthly BONUS 15 min + Podcast Segments
We recognize that you’re probably not giving to receive, but we want good communication with those who support us.
We’ll give you what’s included in the previous levels, plus a personal conversation with hosts Chuck and Brady via Skype, phone, Facetime, maybe even in person if its within our means! . We may even brag about you on the show (with your permission of course!).
We truly want to help the painful process of leaving toxic religion a little bit better, in whatever way we can. and we appreciate your support.
About Chuck Parson and Brady Hardin
We hold space for those leaving Christian Fundamentalism and other oppressive religion.
We produce The Life After Podcast (available on all podcast apps, including Spotify) and have created online communities for processing faith deconstruction (secret Facebook group or Slack channel).
Everything we do is designed to affirm those who experienced the weird-ass world of American Evangelicalism. We destigmatize professional, licensed therapy for those coming out of dogmatic communities and raise awareness of Spiritual Abuse and Religious Trauma Syndrome.
We have 3 Levels of monthly giving. The Follower Level is a monthly $5 contribution. The Fan Club Level is $10. And the Patron Level, is anything $20 or more a month (add custom amounts at checkout)
We appreciate your support as we hold space for those evolving or leaving their faith. We want to help people as they deconstruct and rebuild their lives.
Will you help support our work?
Hosts and Co-Creators: Brady Hardin and Chuck Parson