Podcast

Watch: Dr. William Turner on the Holy Spirit, Justice, and Community Action

Watch: Dr. William Turner on the Holy Spirit, Justice, and Community Action

“Pneumatology is a subversive discourse.” Hi folks, we’re so thrilled to finally release the video recordings of the main sessions from VJN 2015: Jesus, the Kingdom, and the Poor. Over the next few weeks, we’ll post all four sessions. We begin with Dr. William Turner’s […]

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Watch: Justice & Church Planting Webinar

We get it. Life can get busy. Not to worry, we have your back. We are making the full recording from from last week available to you. Hear pastors Rich Nathan, Beth Wood, and Kathy Maskell talk about the need for holistic approaches to justice […]

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Welcoming the Stranger: A Biblical View to Understanding Immigration

In this podcast, Bethany Anderson shares from her work with Los Angeles-based Solidarity Rising on how people of faith can approach the hot topic of immigration reform with a sound, biblical worldview. Bethany explores the topic of immigration from a biblical viewpoint and our call […]

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Re-thinking Prison Ministry: Towards Restorative Justice

In this podcast, chaplains Steve Lowe and Michelle Smith  share from their experiences working extensively with youth in juvenile detention centers, as well as their families. Their stories challenge the prevailing American  correctional approach of isolation and punishment with a Biblical vision of restoring wholeness […]

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The Compassionate Justice of Jesus, Alexia Salvatierra

“The Compassionate Justice of Jesus” Alexia Salvatierra coordinator Welcoming Congregations Network of Southern California ELCA | co-author Faith-Rooted Organizing | adjunct faculty Fuller Seminary, New York Theological Seminary Rev. Alexia Salvatierra spoke at our 2014 VJN conference, and her engaging stories and winsome approach to “dove power” challenged us all. She  is the author with Dr. […]

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