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Podcast on Hospitality in an Inhospitable World

Podcast on Hospitality in an Inhospitable World
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United States

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Podcast on Hospitality in an Inhospitable World

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English

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3038959798


Episodes

Episode 8 - Glorious Possibilities & Profound Brokenness

11/9/2018
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An interview with Dr. Angela Gorrell, who is an ordained pastor in the Mennonite Church USA and currently an Associate Research Scholar at the Yale Center for Faith & Culture. Dr. Gorrell shares her extensive work and experience with new media and how new media presents us with glorious possibilities and profound brokenness. She also discusses how new media provides us with new, profound ways to practice hospitality such as rejoicing with those who rejoice and mourning with those who mourn,...

Duration:01:14:55

Episode 7 - Life After Failure

9/25/2018
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An interview with Christian Coon, co-founder and current lead teaching pastor of Urban Village and author of "Failing Boldly". Christian shares his reflections, experiences, and stories of failure why reminding us that we are and will always be, the beloved of God. He encourages us to welcome failure as an opportunity to fall back on God's grace and love joyfully, as well as an opportunity to learn, including that despite the way failure feels, that God is still in our lives. Welcoming our...

Duration:00:51:56

Episode 6 - Put Yourself In Their Shoes

8/30/2018
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An interview with Megan McKenna, the Director of Strategy & Development for Mano a Mano. Megan has spent over a decade working in community development, research and policy analysis, and planning and evaluation in the United States and Latin America. In this week's podcast, Megan shares her experiences as well as her deep concern for welcoming immigrants, including why immigrants come to the US, the hurdles they face, and how we can be better hosts to immigrants in our communities.

Duration:00:53:00

Episode 5 - A Welcoming Neighbor to the Earth

8/8/2018
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A conversation with Celeste Flores, the Lake County Outreach Director for Faith in Place, an organization that seeks to empower people of all faiths to be leaders in caring for the Earth, providing resources to educate, connect, and advocate for healthier, greener, communities.

Duration:00:53:29

Episode 4 - A Sacred Utterance

8/7/2018
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An Interview with Marilyn McEntyre, former literature professor, most recently at Westmont College & UC Berkeley, retreat leader, and author of over 15 books, including “Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies”, "Make a List" & the upcoming "When Poets Pray".

Duration:00:50:16

Episode 3 - Homework, Hunger, & Hard work: Connecting the Dots of Hospitality

7/11/2018
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A Conversation with Amy Oden, Professor of Early Church History and Spirituality at Saint Paul School of Theology of Oklahoma City University and author of "God's Welcome"

Duration:00:49:06

Episode 2 - Dignity & Living into Koinonia

6/26/2018
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An Interview with Barb Wilson - Director of Collaboration & Community Partnerships, Presbytery of Chicago

Duration:00:57:33

Episode 1 - Rummaging through the Cupboards

6/22/2018
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You're not truly welcome unless you can rummage through the cupboards!

Duration:00:14:17