The Neighborly Faith Podcast, hosted by Kevin Singer, Amar Peterman, and Chris Stackaruk, features evangelical Christian leaders who are actively engaging people of other faiths as well as thought leaders from other religious traditions. Our hope is that listeners will be inspired by our guests to have neighborly faith in the contexts they find themselves in.
R.R. Reno and Shadi Hamid
The fourth chapter in a series of online dialogues in April/May 2020, featuring R.R. Reno, Editor of First Things, and Shadi Hamid, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Contributing Writer for The Atlantic.
Danielle Strickland and Yasmin Mogahed
The fourth chapter in a series of online dialogues in April/May 2020, featuring Danielle Strickland (Amplify Peace and Brave Global) and Yasmin Mogahed (AlMaghrib Institute) on "Finding Light in a Dark Place."
Micah Fries and Ubaydullah Evans
The third chapter in a series of online dialogues in April/May 2020, featuring Pastor Micah Fries (Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN) and Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans (American Learning Institute for Muslims) on "Caring for our Community Physically, Spiritually, and Emotionally."
Scott Sauls and Omar Suleiman: Battling Fear
The second chapter in a series of online dialogues in April/May 2020, featuring Pastor Scott Sauls (Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville) and Omar Suleiman (Yaqeen Institute) on "Battling Fear in Uncertain Times."
Pastor Bob Roberts Jr., Imam Mohamed Magid, Rabbi David Saperstein
Kickoff Neighborly Faith online dialogue in April 2020, featuring Pastor Bob Roberts Jr., Imam Mohamed Magid, and Rabbi David Saperstein on "Leaning on each other through Easter, Ramadan, and Passover."
Meaningful Relationships and Multifaith Dialogue (feat. Matt Henning)
This week Amar talks with Neighborly Faith Fellow Matt Henning. They reflect on the close of Matt’s time as a Fellow by talking about his favorite parts of the Fellows program, his funded initiative, and what he has learned through the Fellows program.
To learn more Fellows program, our current fellows, and our world-class mentors - visit: neighborlyfaith.org/fellows