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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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S5 E9 | Returning to Dear White Peacemakers with Osheta Moore
As we near the end of 2021, I’m returning to one of the most listened to (and possibly most appreciated) episodes from this past year—my
S5 E8 | What Disability Teaches Us About Health and Wholeness with Dr. Brian Brock
What does it mean to be healthy? Can people with disabilities be healthier than typical people? What does it mean to be healed by God?
S5 E7 | How the Indigenous New Testament Helps Us All with Terry Wildman
“In some ways we judge the story by the storyteller.” Colonialism corrupted the beautiful message of the Gospel when it forced Christianity on Indigenous people.
S5 E6 | Black Jesus, White Spaces, and Sacred Beauty with Danté Stewart
Black literature powerfully expands our theological imaginations. Danté Stewart, writer, speaker, and author of Shoutin’ in the Fire, talks with Amy Julia Becker about literature,
S5 E5 | The Enneagram: A Tool for Healing with Suzanne Stabile
In a society filled with disconnect and division, how can the Enneagram guide us toward compassionate living within our communities? Suzanne Stabile, teacher and author
S5 E4 | What’s So Controversial About Critical Race Theory? with David Bailey
We’ve heard the rhetoric that demonizes Critical Race Theory. But should citizens of the Kingdom of God have a different response? David Bailey, executive director
S5 E3 | The Spaciousness of Limits with Ashley Hales
A life without limits is part of the American dream. But what if living within limits is the key to a spacious life? What
S5 E2 | God Has Something to Say About Privilege with Dominique Gilliard
What is privilege? How can we leverage it to proclaim God’s love to the world and create communities that flourish? Dominique DuBois Gilliard, the author
S5 E1 | How Disability Taught Me the Goodness of Vulnerability with Heather Lanier
What is a meaningful life? Does thinking about disability change your answer? Heather Lanier, author of Raising a Rare Girl, talks with Amy Julia about
Introducing Season 5 of Love Is Stronger Than Fear
It’s been a rough year. Protests, political division, a global pandemic. And our bodies ache. Our friendships feel strained. We’ve had too much to drink.
S4 E16 | Dear White Peacemakers with Osheta Moore
Can peacemaking dismantle racism? Osheta Moore, author of Dear White Peacemakers, offers a warm and welcoming invitation to White people as she talks with Amy
S4 E15 | Reparations: Imagining Ways to Repair and Restore with Duke Kwon and Greg Thompson
Why should Christians in particular participate in the work of reparations? Duke Kwon and Greg Thompson, the co-authors of Reparations, talk with Amy Julia about
S4 E14 | Searching for Racial and Religious Identity as a Potawatomi Woman with Kaitlin Curtice
“What does it mean for me to actually be a Potawatomi woman? To be a Christian? To be human?” Kaitlin Curtice, the author of Native
S4 E13 | Disability, Friendship House, and Interdependent Community with Matt Floding
What does thriving, interdependent community look like? Rev. Dr. Matt Floding talks with Amy Julia about Friendship House, a sustainable housing model where graduate students
S4 E12 | The White Church, Segregation, and Discipleship with David Swanson
Is diversity or discipleship the answer to segregation within the American church? David Swanson, pastor and author of Rediscipling the White Church, talks with Amy