Kate Wallace is the co-founder of the Junia Project (http://juniaproject.com/), an online community of men and women advocating for the inclusion of women at all levels of leadership in the Christian church and for mutuality in marriage. We had so many great questions from the audience that we decided to release this separate Q&A session.
Kate Wallace is the co-founder of the Junia Project (http://juniaproject.com/), an online community of men and women advocating for the inclusion of women at all levels of leadership in the Christian church and for mutuality in marriage. We spoke with Kate in August 2014 about gender roles, women in church leadership, and mutuality in marriage.
Paul Kiler has always had a keen eye for observing and creating beauty. Through photography, 3D sculpture, stained glass, and more recently perfume composing. His life’s work, in his own words, is “to bring back the Protestant Church into a positive relationship with images”.
We took a bit longer break than we thought, but we’re finally back with a great conversation with Kurt Willems who is an Anabaptist blogger, writer, and church-planting pastor in Seattle, Washington. Jacob Evers and Nathan Jeffers dialogue with Kurt about faith, the church, and how to build a community of change.
Our last podcast before we break for the summer! We were joined by Ndidi Patience Amadi in June to talk with us about her experiences as a dance instructor, minister, creative arts director for the non-profit The Ruby Project (http://www.ruby-project.org/), and her charity work in the US and abroad.
In May we had two musicians, Walter and Derrick, come dialogue with us about music, doubt, the church, and songwriting.
Join Nathan & Jacob for the inaugural episode of LISTEN Between the Words. They reflect on the last two dialogues with Jesse and Beth, talk about the recent Boston bombings and how easy it is to stereotype. Also, they discuss the tweet of the month and give some listening tips.
To start out the night, Jesse did a little improv game with audience participation.
For our first official gathering we invited Jesse GrothOlson to come talk to us about his experiences as an actor, comedian, and Christian.
Beth Claassen Thrush was our guest for a preview event of LISTEN. Appropriately, she talked about her experiences learning to listen going to Messiah College, studying abroad in the Middle East, and living in Nicaragua.