98 episodes

Welcome to That Makes Total Sense! A podcast about exploring God’s generosity and justice. I’m Alexis Busetti - a Christian aiming to ask good questions and encourage you to do the same.

Every one of us is wired by God to live out generosity and justice, but sometimes the how eludes us. That Makes Total Sense! is a way for us to get together, posture ourselves as learners, and challenge one other to practice generosity and justice in a tangible way everyday.

That Makes Total Sense‪!‬ Alexis Busetti

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Welcome to That Makes Total Sense! A podcast about exploring God’s generosity and justice. I’m Alexis Busetti - a Christian aiming to ask good questions and encourage you to do the same.

Every one of us is wired by God to live out generosity and justice, but sometimes the how eludes us. That Makes Total Sense! is a way for us to get together, posture ourselves as learners, and challenge one other to practice generosity and justice in a tangible way everyday.

    Episode 097 – Duke Kwon

    Episode 097 – Duke Kwon

    As Christians, what responsibility do we have if we know a crime has been committed? Specifically, what about a theft? Authors and pastors Duke Kwon and Gregory Thompson address those questions in their new book, Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair. Pastor Kwon joined me for this episode of the podcast to talk … Continue reading Episode 097 – Duke Kwon

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 096 – Michelle Reyes

    Episode 096 – Michelle Reyes

    Dr. Michelle Ami Reyes is an author, church-planter, and the co-founder and Vice President of the Asian American Christian Collaborative. Her new book, Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead to Lasting Connections Across Cultures is a rich, beautiful resource for Christians navigating multi-cultural spaces and relationships (which is all of us!). Follow along and … Continue reading Episode 096 – Michelle Reyes

    • 52 min
    Episode 095 – Kitti Murray

    Episode 095 – Kitti Murray

    Kitti Murray is the founder and CEO of Refuge Coffee Co. in Clarkston, GA, which has been dubbed the most diverse square mile in America. With more than 50% of the population in this suburb of Atlanta being foreign born, Kitti and her husband found themselves intentionally among people who were very different from themselves … Continue reading Episode 095 – Kitti Murray

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 094 – Raymond Chang

    Episode 094 – Raymond Chang

    Raymond Chang is the co-founder and president of the Asian American Christian Collaborative (AACC). Following the shootings in Atlanta, GA in the spring of 2021 and in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the AACC issued statements regarding racism targeted towards Asian Americans. Each of the statements received thousands of signatures of support … Continue reading Episode 094 – Raymond Chang

    • 55 min
    Episode 093 – Osheta Moore

    Episode 093 – Osheta Moore

    Osheta Moore is a pastor and peacemaker bent on demolishing the hold white supremacy has had on God’s children. Her brand new book Dear White Peacemakers: Dismantling Racism With Grit and Grace is the book I would hand to so many of my White friends contemplating how they can move forward in their journeys of … Continue reading Episode 093 – Osheta Moore

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 092 – Matthew Kaemingk

    Episode 092 – Matthew Kaemingk

    For this episode, I had the chance to interview my professor, Dr. Matthew Kaemingk. Matt teaches classes on faith and public life, including the areas of politics and the workplace. A few years ago, Matt wrote an article on Christian political hospitality viewed through the lens of Holy Week. At the heart of the issue … Continue reading Episode 092 – Matthew Kaemingk

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

MegaPhilip ,

Thoughtful And Encouraging!

Alexis does a wonderful job of creating engaging and enjoyable shows! The episodes that I’ve heard thus far have caused me to think about the topics in fresh ways and have been a genuine encouragement to listen to. Highly recommended if you’re a person of faith who’s interested in thinking and living better!

littlegale ,

Generosity and Justice

I found this podcast by way of Drew Hart and Brenda Salter McNeil, two social justice promoters whose work I have recently become aware of. Although it may not be addressed here, I’m hoping to discover new ways to being the Body of Christ (“doing justice”) outside of the walls of institutional church-going, if that’s even possible. Thank you, Alexis!

kikiholden ,

A guest on the show

I loved Alexis interviewing style and how she made me feel so at ease in her podcast. Thank you.

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