25 episodes

In Good Faith is the place to hear stories and accounts from believers, told in their own words. Our hope is to listen with an open heart, celebrating the power of faith and belief, and what those stories mean to the ones who tell them.
Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith--Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Mormon--in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their personal experience with the sacred and the divine. Sundays on BYU radio.

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In Good Faith is the place to hear stories and accounts from believers, told in their own words. Our hope is to listen with an open heart, celebrating the power of faith and belief, and what those stories mean to the ones who tell them.
Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith--Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Mormon--in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their personal experience with the sacred and the divine. Sundays on BYU radio.

    Rev. Keith Cupples, United Methodist

    Rev. Keith Cupples, United Methodist

    Rev. Keith Cupples, United Methodist

    Kristin Chenoweth, Angels Among Us

    Kristin Chenoweth, Angels Among Us

    Kristin Chenoweth, sharing music and conversation from "Angels Among Us," with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square and the Orchestra at Temple Square.
    (top; Kristin Chenoweth performing in "Angels Among Us," with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. bottom; Steven Kapp Perry interviewing Kristin Chenoweth in Salt Lake City, UT.)


     
     

    Advent - with Dr. Eric Huntsman

    Advent - with Dr. Eric Huntsman

    Advent - with Dr. Eric Huntsman
    One of the most surprising things about Christmas is that the earliest Christians didn't celebrate it--it would have been too pagan. Soon thereafter though, the human propensity to observe important events--and to have a party--began to create the celebration we know today. So how do we keep Christ at the center of it all?
    Dr. Eric D. Huntsman talks about Advent--the preparation for the celebration of the birth of Christ, in this interview on his book, "Good Tidings of Great Joy," recorded several years ago. The book provides a mix of history, facts, doctrine, and stories for every age and intellectual bent, casting new light on Mary, Joseph, and all the other familiar characters. I think you'll also enjoy a heart-felt chapter on "Christmas with Autism," showing one family's discovery of ways to fill the season with joy for every family member, no matter what their needs.

    The Annunciation - with Dr. Catherine Gines Taylor

    The Annunciation - with Dr. Catherine Gines Taylor

    Dr. Catherine Taylor has long enjoyed exploring the histories and lives of women in scripture texts, but she's also discovered a way to read between the lines and fill in some of the blanks in their stories, using the material culture of ancient & Medieval times--paintings, mosaics, tapestries, and everyday household objects. Together they give us an amazing larger view.
    This week as we enter the Christmas season, we turn to Dr. Taylor's research on The Annunciation to Mary. I know you'll enjoy having your understanding expanded by this ardent disciple/scholar.

    Michelle Nanouche, CSB, Christian Science

    Michelle Nanouche, CSB, Christian Science

    From her first experience of healing through prayer at age 12, Michelle Nanouche has felt called to help others heal, emotionally and spiritually as well as physically; first as a Christian Science nurse, then as a lecturer and teacher on the Christian Science Board.
    She talks about forgiveness and releasing anger, how she came to see herself as God sees her, and how the Lord's Prayer can be a model for our own prayers.
     

    Larry Cesspooch, Ute Spiritual Leader

    Larry Cesspooch, Ute Spiritual Leader

    Larry Cesspooch was born on the Uintah & Ouray Ute Reservation in Northern Utah, where his grandmother picked him out when he was still a child as having spiritual gifts. But it wasn't until after he returned from serving in the Navy as a radioman in Vietnam that he began to take on the duties of a spiritual leader among his people in the Ute tribe.
    He talks about the creator, our purpose in life, and how all living things are connected.
    Visit Larry's website at: ThroughNativeEyes.net
     

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