What’s the goal of worship? Is it authenticity? Quality? Comfort? Sandra Van Opstal has a much more radical suggestion: How can our worship represent every culture, tribe and tongue? How can churches embody that vision every Sunday?
Preacher and author Austin Channing Brown joins us to reflect on what it means to be black in a world built for whiteness. From the Women’s March to multi-ethnic churches, we explore what a more just, equal world might look like.
A new translation of the Odyssey has hit the shelves and it’s a new gold standard. We talk to the translator, Dr. Emily Wilson, about how she approached this epic undertaking. We dive into the challenges of translating, her preference for modern languages and more!
With #churchtoo revealing more and more abuses in the Church, we ask how we navigate the legacies of abusers. Plus, we engage Andy Crouch’s article on the dangers of celebrity pastors. How can we build systems that keep us and our congregants safe?
We take some listener questions, which leads to some fascinating questions about patriarchy, leadership and more.
In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we gush about our favorite women in a wide variety of fields from preaching and theology to film.