Practicing Gospel Podcast
This episode is the second interview with and about Christians in social work. The last episode focused upon the practitioners perspective. This episode focuses on the academic perspective. I am honor
The teaching of Jewish and Christian scripture, and for Christians, particularly the example and teachings of Jesus, Paul, and the first writers of Christian scripture have emphasized the mandate to c
In this episode I have a conversation with those who are or have been prison chaplains. They get us started into understanding the nature and experience of the prison and ministry within that context.
My guest for this episode is Lumbee author, poet, librarian, and American Indian activist Dana Lynell Lowery. Dana is the author of Poems and Hollers from a Candy Apple Indian,Strong Like Rhoda: Expl
This episode is a continuation of my efforts to make you aware of issues relating to religious freedom and to the work of the BJC. I welcome back Jennifer Hawks. The cases Jennifer discusses are Ramir
My guest for this episode is Don Mosley. Don has had and continues to have an amazing and vital ministry as a peacebuilder and care giver that has made the world a better place because it has made Chr
My continuing interest in making you aware, my dear listeners, of alternatives to the growth economies of various free market capitalisms and state socialisms/communisms, I have focused to this point
My guest for this episode is Dr. Mischa Willett. - Dr. Willett is the author of two critically-acclaimed books of poetry: The Elegy Beta and Phases, and is editor of Philip James Baileys epic Festus.
In this episode Meta Commerse returns as my guest to discuss her fifth book, her memoir,Womaning. - Meta Commerse is a Blues Doula. A former professor of History and English, shes an award-winning a
In this episode I interview Bob Ekblad about the work he and his wife, Gracie, have been and are doing and we talk about some of his books. - Bob and Gracie Ekblad are founders and co-directors ofTie