In this episode, El Salvadorian composer and liturgist, Carlos Colón discusses his harrowing escape from El Salvador, finding a home in the church, and what the role of art is in engaging social issues.
Songwriter and worship leader Wendell Kimbrough discusses how music, and specifically singing the Psalms, can be an outlet for emotion and lament that leads to more fruitful civil dialogue within the church.
In this episode, artist and writer Mako Fujimura reflects on living in New York City during the September 11 terrorist attacks. The events inspired Mako to visit the earlier ground zeros—at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In this interview WTS Executive vice president Jeff Munroe asks Mako about these experiences and how we navigate our way through today’s cultural climate.
In the first episode of Season 4, Dr. Richard Mouw discusses the importance of civility and civil dialogue in Evangelical Christianity.
In the final episode of Season 3, Kris DePree and Jody Vanderwel discuss the faith legacy of their father, Max DePree–renowned leader, author, and former CEO of Herman Miller. “What drove him was his belief that everyone was created in the image of God,” Jody said.
In this episode, WTS professor of New Testament Dr. Robert Van Voorst discusses his latest book, “Commonly Misunderstood Verses of the Bible: What They Really Mean.”
Happy Reformation Day! Today, October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and we’re commemorating with esteemed American Historian, Dr. Mark Noll! If you listen closely, you might even catch the topic for next season…
In this episode, Dr. Kristen Deede Johnson discusses her award-winning book “The Justice Calling: Where Passion meets Perseverance,” and what justice and righteousness look like in our lives and vocations.
In this episode Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah discusses his own faith journey and how it influences his work in justice and racial reconciliation in the church.