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LOVE IS STRONGER THAN FEAR
How do we pursue hope and healing in the midst of personal and social brokenness? On the Love Is Stronger Than Fear podcast, I talk with pastors and scholars and activists about themes connected to hope and healing in our personal and spiritual lives and in our communities.
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Pain is more than a physical sensation; it has cultural, relational, and spiritual dimensions as well. Dr. Haider Warraich, a cardiologist and the author of
Does anxiety characterize your relationship with time? Author Jen Pollock Michel talks with Amy Julia Becker about our posture towards time and her new
Do you feel like there isn’t enough time or wish you could just get a better hold on time? This episode is a chance to
It’s Christmastime! But how do we celebrate Christmas when consumerism and church hurt bring complicated feelings to this season? Journalist Bekah McNeel talks with
How does control lead to anxiety? How can we let go of the illusion of control and entrust our lives to God? Pastor and author
Rest is a challenge for almost all of us in our frantic and distracted world. For anyone who is longing to stop and rest and
“The challenge is to trust again the beauty of life together.” Professor and author Willie James Jennings talks with Amy Julia Becker about
“You belong here, as you are, who you are. Come be in this place with us.” Down syndrome advocate and author Heather Avis joins Amy
We may sometimes doubt the importance of our questions, but the practice of curiosity is actually a gift. Author Lore Ferguson Wilbert joins Amy Julia
Can goodness, beauty, and kindness make any difference at all in a wounded world? Rich Villodas, pastor and author of Good and Beautiful and Kind, talks
Welcome to Season 6 of Love Is Stronger Than Fear, a podcast about pursuing hope and healing in the midst of personal and social brokenness.
How do we create communities where friendship is a possibility among people of differing abilities? Dr. John Swinton, theologian and author, talks with Amy
How do we raise children who will stand against racial injustice? Helen Lee, co-author of The Race-Wise Family, and Amy Julia Becker discuss why it’s
While Jesus welcomed the disabled, the poor, and the outcast, Christian communities are often spaces of exclusion. Dr. Amy Kenny is a disabled scholar, a