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Acknowledging A Legacy Of Trauma
A powerful conversation with Ayanda Nxusani (currently doing research for her master's on the topic of intergenerational trauma) about South Africa and its realities of trauma, both past and present, as well as thoughts of what healing could look like, and what it means to be a follower of Jesus in light of these questions.
Bringing Change In Complex Systems
In this episode, Craig Stewart shares some insights into thought around development practice, and moving from a rational reductionist worldview, into one that recognises complexity and the implications of this for the development practitioner.
In this episode, Stephen De Beer from the University of Pretoria's Centre for Contextual Ministry, speaks about spatial justice, its theological foundations, and the key role that the South African church can play in bringing it about.
Deconstructing Our Spirituality
In this episode, Nkosi Gola and Thandi Gamedze have a conversation about some of the church's beliefs today, the origins of these beliefs, and the impact that they have on the ways in which we engage our society. They explore the need for the decolonisation of minds, beliefs, and faith practices, in order to truly live as Jesus did.
Sweet Home Farm
A conversation with Siyamboleka James, the leader of Sweet Home Farm, Phillipi, and Barry Lewis, an architect and founder of UBU, a dialogical community development organisation. Barry and Siya reflect on the conception and journey of Sweet Home Farm, community transformation, and development that mobilises instead of disempowers.
Joseph and the Water Crisis
Nkosi Gola and Wendy Lewin reflect on the story of Joseph, and explore some of the lessons we can learn from it regarding responding to the Cape Town (and beyond) water crisis in ways that embody the idea of loving our neighbour as Jesus taught it.
The Good Samaritan
A conversation with Rene August and Nkosi Gola looking deeper into the story of the Good Samaritan within its historical, political and cultural context, and exploring what this story has to say to us in our contexts today.