“Leading in the City” is a podcast that talks urban politics, spirituality, and methodology from pioneers around the globe.
Hosted by LEAD.NYC Executive Director Adam Durso and others. Join the conversation as we hear from top faith leaders based in NYC and around the world! New episodes available bi-weekly.
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Leading in the City: Pastor Rich Villodas
During the 2021 Pastors' Prayer Summit, our Decadal Plan Director, Chuck Armstrong had the opportunity to interview Pastor Rich Villodas. He is the lead pastor at New Life Fellowship in Queens, NY, and an author.
Pastor Rich Villodas shares the journey behind his book, The Deeply Formed Life.
MDNYC 2020: The Bernards and Equipping the Next Generation
At Movement Day 2020, The Bernards (Dr. A.R. Bernard, Pastor Jamaal, and Alfonso Bernard III) shared their perspective on what it looks like to empower and equip leaders for the next generation. Listen to their full conversation in this special edition of Leading in the City.
MDNYC 2020: Dr. Soong-Chan Rah and Chuck Armstrong
This special episode, recorded live from MDNYC 2020, could not have been more timely considering all we've navigated this year. Listen to Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, author of "Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times," speak on the power and sincerity of prayer amidst adversity.
MDNYC 2020: Adam Durso and Chuck Armstrong
In this special Leading in the City episode, recorded live from Movement Day NYC 2020, our Exec. Director Rev. Adam Durso sits with our Decadal Plan Director, Chuck Armstrong to talk about what they're excited most to see out of MDNYC 2020.
MDNYC 2020: Albert Tate
At this year's Movement Day NYC, our Director of Advance, Annette Cutino, spoke with Albert Tate, Lead Pastor of Fellowship Church. Listen as they discussed the importance of remaining encouraged and establishing healthy rhythms in leadership.
Chuck Armstrong, Bonny Andrews, & Annette Cutino
In this special episode of our Leading in the City podcast, our Exec. Director, Rev. Adam Durso, sits down with Rev. Chuck Armstrong, Bonny Andrews, and Rev. Annette Cutino to discuss what they've gleaned from leading during this pandemic.
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