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May  2014 13
In a response to Acts 7:55-60, Dr. Joseph Bessler shares about the impact of cultural mythology on both the present and the emergent church.
May  2014 10
Dr. David Miller, the Project Director for the Faith and Work Institute at Princeton University, shares about his research on faith and work in the second of a two-part podcast.
May  2014 09
Dr. David Miller, the Project Director for the Faith and Work Initiative at Princeton University, shares why church is not about Sunday, but about Monday, in the first part of a two-part podcast.
Apr  2014 24
Donald Davis, a master storyteller and retired Methoidst minister, reflects on Matthew 6:5-15 and shares two colorful stories of forgiveness.
Apr  2014 15
Pat Hoerth, a United Methodist Deaconess and spiritual director at Turtle Rock Farm, shares the need for clergy to address issues of climate change and sustainable living. This message was offered at the Remind and Renew conference.
Apr  2014 09
Kurt Gwartney, news director at KGOU, discusses the need for respectful discourse in both faith and political settings. This message was shared during the Remind and Renew conference.
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