An invitation to visitation this holiday season.
Minority persons have a unique set of experiences in majority culture organizations. How can leaders of those organizations learn to see those minority persons? Author Adrian Pei joins us to lead us through how we can build more just churches and organizations.
Are we made up of body and soul? Or are we “just” bodies? I am holding out hope that the question is moot.
Writing and publishing guru Jane Friedman joins us to talk about the business side of writing. Plus, what do you do when you hate your book cover?
Scholar and theologian Elaine Storkey joins the StoryMen to summarize her answer to the question, “Why are humans so violent towards women?” Based on a lifetime of research and exploration, Dr. Storkey has a powerful vision for how the Church can be an agent of healing.
I already love the Wasp. Mostly because it’s Evangeline Lilly. Please enjoy this trailer for, as I like to call it, “The Wasp and Ant Man.”
I’m excited to share the cover to my upcoming book, “Good News for a Change!”
A new debate on the meaning of the Trinity is raging in theological circles. But the debate is actually a resurrection of an old heresy. Why has the debate resurfaced? And what does it have to do with gender roles in the Church?
The StoryMen discuss the habits of a writer. When did we begin writing? What habits help us be effective? And how do we hack our own brains to make sure we get projects done?
Darren Aronofsky’s new horror film is divisive and confusing. It was advertised as a spiritual sister to the 1968 classic Rosemary’s Baby, so we investigate the two back-to-back. How do these films by master filmmakers stack up?