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In the heartwarming first episode of season 2, WTS President Timothy Brown is interviewed by his son, Reverend Jon Brown, about the importance of scripture memorization for our lives and ministries.

In the heartwarming first episode of season 2, WTS President Timothy Brown is interviewed by his son, Pastor Jon Brown, about the importance of scripture memorization for our lives and ministries.

In this episode, Jeff Munroe talks to writer and professor of medical humanities at the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, Marilyn Chandler McEntyre about her rules for “how to play with a poem.”

In this episode, Jeff Munroe talks to writer and professor of medical humanities at the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, Marilyn Chandler McEntyre about her rules for “how to play with a poem.”

In this episode Andy Bast sat down with Bruce Benedict, chaplain of worship arts at Hope College and founder of Cardiphonia, to talk about the retuned hymn movement–in which musicians compose new music to old hymn texts.

In this episode Andy Bast sat down with Bruce Benedict, chaplain of worship arts at Hope College and founder of Cardiphonia, to talk about the retuned hymn movement–in which musicians compose new music to old hymn texts.

Western Theological Seminary is announcing “The Luxcast,” an audiovisual podcast series that features interviews with guests on various topics of faith and culture.  The Luxcast engages topics like music, writing, justice, theology, food & drink, and more to think about what it means to be Christian in today’s day and age.

The first episode features RCA missionary and church-planter in Bangkok, Thailand, Rawee Bunupuradah. Dr. Chuck DeGroat interviews Rawee about doing ministry in the city as well as how to engage Buddhists in conversation about Christ. Rawee also shares how Christian meditation and reflection is affecting his ministry.

The second episode features Lisa Sharon Harper, Chief Church Engagement Officer for Sojourners and author of the book “The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right.” Rev. Denise Kingdom-Grier of Maple Avenue Ministries interviews Lisa about restoration, justice, and the concept of biblical shalom.

The Luxcast is available in both .mp3 and .mp4 formats. Viewers can subscribe to the video version through YouTube, or for those who prefer to listen without the visual aspect, the podcast is available on Itunes or through Android podcasting apps.

Visit www.theluxcast.org to view/listen and subscribe.

For this episode of The Luxcast, Rev. Denise Kingdom-Grier sat down with Lisa Sharon Harper, Chief Church Engagement Officer for Sojourners, during Lisa’s book tour promoting “The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right.”

For this episode of The Luxcast, Rev. Denise Kingdom-Grier sat down with Lisa Sharon Harper, Chief Church Engagement Officer for Sojourners, during Lisa’s book tour promoting “The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right.

In this episode, Chuck DeGroat interviews Rawee Bunupuradah, a church planter working in Bangkok, Thailand.

To learn more about Rawee’s work in Thailand, go to https://www.rca.org/rawee-nui-bunupuradah