29 - "Christian Hospitality in An Age of Fear" with Rev. Dr., Matthew Kaemingk

29 - "Christian Hospitality in An Age of Fear" with Rev. Dr., Matthew Kaemingk

Millions of Muslims have migrated into the West over the past 50 years. Their arrival has ignited a series of fierce public debates about religious freedom and tolerance, terrorism and security, gender and race, and so much more. As Muslims stream into the West, they confront modern democracies with more than an ancient religion, they bring an ancient question as well. How can diverse faiths live together?

28 - "White Awake" with Pastor Daniel Hill

28 - "White Awake" with Pastor Daniel Hill

Guest: Daniel Hill

How pervasive is white supremacy? How offended were you when you just read that last sentence? It's so pervasive that it's considered the baseline and that is part of our problem. How we does the Church and our culture learn to embrace theologies that aren't inherently elevating "whiteness". We as a church and a society have to stop ignoring race but must further educate ourselves and then act in accordance with that.

26 - We are not Commodities with David Zach

26 - We are not Commodities with David Zach

Guest: David Zach

Some topics are supposed to be off limits. Race, gender, sex, slavery. But they are all more connected than we know. Except for a few weeks out of the year we in American tend to forget that today there are more slaves than at any other time in our planets recorded history; and we are happily ignorant. But we can't be any longer. David Zach, from Remedy Drive, and I discuss what it looks like to see humans being treated like simple commodities and how we are able to help.

24 - Holy Anarchy with Mark Van Steenwyk

24 - Holy Anarchy with Mark Van Steenwyk

Guest: Mark Van Steenwyk

What does it look like for a church, and it's people, to truly be subversive. Not just subversive or activist-like for the sake of being so; but instead to try to further the Kingdom of God. Mark and I discuss what that looks like. What a society that is turned on it's head with the church doing the work that we are all to trusting of the government to do?

22 - "Rethinking Incarceration" with Dominique DuBois Gilliard

22 - "Rethinking Incarceration" with Dominique DuBois Gilliard

The huge elephant in the room is this: how Christians can pursue justice that restores and reconciles, offering creative solutions and highlighting innovative interventions?

The church has the power to help transform our criminal justice system. Discover how you can participate in the restorative justice needed to bring authentic rehabilitation, lasting transformation, and healthy reintegration to this broken system.

20 - "Unafraid" with Benjamin L. Corey

20 - "Unafraid" with Benjamin L. Corey

Thinking about my faith journey up to date I realized that I can't be in the minority wondering how many other Christians are only followers as a form of divine fire insurance. How though has this thought and practice actually impacted our walk with our Lord and what does that mean.

To discuss this a bit further I was able to pick the brain of Benjamin L. Corey and try to have some honest conversation about construction and deconstruction and what the light at the end of the tunnel means.

16 - Easter and the Resurrection with Alexander Shaia

16 - Easter and the Resurrection with Alexander Shaia

There is no greater moment in our faith, arguably in the world, than the resurrection of Jesus. In a moment in time the world swapped its axis and forever changed. So too has our knowledge of the beautiful history surrounding our celebration with our brothers and sisters in the faith in Easter. How should we posture our hearts, daily, in reflection upon a magnificent moment in time.