How has the “myth of the model minority” affected the lives and work of Asian-American women? How is the myth used in our society? Should white male theologians have to claim their context in the same way women and racial/ethnic minorities have? Do the ways in which theology is marketed contribute to an intellectual segregation? Please join us as Mihee Kim-Kort talks about these questions and about her book, Making Paper Cranes: Toward an Asian-American Feminist Theology.
Mihee Kim-Kort is a PC(USA) pastor and author who blogs regularly at miheekimkort.com. You can listen to the interview by clicking play below, or by downloading it on iTunes.
After the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, people of faith yearned to respond. The horror highlighted that many children live with fear of guns every day. How can we understand the impact that gun violence has on our country? What can we do to change this culture of violence? What are the greater political and systemic issues that we ought to be aware of?
Derrick and Carol invited J. Herbert Nelson to discuss these issues. J. Herbert started the Liberation Community Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. Now he serves as Director of the Office of Public Witness for the Presbyterian Church (USA). And while you’re listening, we invite you to check out this petition, sign it, and distribute it.
You can listen to the interview by clicking the link below, or download the episode from iTunes.
Derrick and Carol talked with Hugh Hollowell about Love Wins, a ministry of presence and pastoral care with homeless men and women in Raleigh, North Carolina. Hugh tells us about his approach to ministry and explains that homelessness is, basically, a relationship issue.
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Derrick Weston talks with MaryAnn McKibben Dana from the Blue Room about her book, Sabbath in the Suburbs. How do you practice Sabbath in this busy, stressed-out world? Is Sabbath just a luxury for those who don’t have kids? What if both parents are working? Does Sabbath make sense in our modern life? How does Sabbath help us to become more human? MaryAnn will explore what this ancient practice looks like in modern life.