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This episode features Scottish worship leader and liturgist, John Bell. Dr. Ron Rienstra sat down with John to discuss how worship and story can connect us despite our divisions.

This episode features Scottish worship leader and liturgist, John Bell. Dr. Ron Rienstra sat down with John to discuss how worship and story can connect us despite divisions.

In this episode we sat down with Kevin Cloud, author of “God and Hamilton: Spiritual themes from the life of Alexander Hamilton and the Broadway Musical He Inspired.” Reverend Lindsay Small, a Hamilton fan and pastor at Fellowship Reformed Church in Holland, interviewed Kevin.

In this episode we sat down with Kevin Cloud, author of “God and Hamilton: Spiritual themes from the life of Alexander Hamilton and the Broadway Musical He Inspired.” Reverend Lindsay Small, a Hamilton fan and pastor at Fellowship Reformed Church in Holland, interviewed Kevin.

 

This episode features Hope College professor Dr. Deirdre Johnston and Hope interim president, Dr. Dennis Voskuil. In today’s polarized age, these two and others at Hope College are striving to make dialogue civil again, specifically on campus and in the classroom. They sat down to discuss “the Virtues of Public Discourse.”

This episode features Hope College professor Dr. Deirdre Johnston and Hope interim president, Dr. Dennis Voskuil. In today’s polarized age, these two and others at Hope College are striving to make dialogue civil again, specifically on campus and in the classroom. They sat down to discuss “the Virtues of Public Discourse.”

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.

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 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.