The C4SO Podcast with Bishop Todd Hunter celebrates the voices and values of The Diocese of Churches For the Sake of Others (C4SO), part of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).
Sandy Richter: Laying Aside Privilege and Exceptionalism
A conversation with the Rev. Sandy Richter on the second section of Soong-Chan Rah's book Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times. We discuss how privilege and exceptionalism show up in the American church, and how they prevent us from doing the essential work of lament that opens space for empathy, mutuality, and [...]
Teesha Hadra: Allowing Ourselves to Lament
A conversation with the Rev. Teesha Hadra on all the ways we avoid lament, and how to allow ourselves to practice this vital action for the healing of our souls and our world. Part 1 of our series reflecting on Soong-Chan Rah's book Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times. Links from this [...]
Danny Bryant: Racism, Repentance, and Reparations
A conversation with the Rev. Danny Bryant of St. Mary of Bethany Parish in Nashville, Tennessee, about their Equitable Healing Reparations Initiative, which is seeking to pay student debt for Black therapists as an act of repentance and reparation for the church's complicity in racism. Links from this episode: Find our more about C4SO is [...]
Church Planting in C4SO: Kris McDaniel & Brad Swope
We continue our Leaders Unplugged mini-series by talking with the Very Rev. Dr. Kris McDaniel, C4SO's Canon for Church Development, and the Rev. Dr. Brad Swope, C4SO's Director of Church Planting. We discuss why C4SO focuses on planting churches, as well as how we seek to do so: not as "franchises" but as contextualized Anglican [...]
Trish Nelson: How Ordination Works in C4SO
We continue our Leaders Unplugged mini-series by talking with the Rev. Trish Nelson, C4SO's Canon for Ordinations. We discuss what Anglican ordination is, how it relates to the priesthood of all believers and the ministry life of the whole church, and how it works in C4SO. Trish was also declared a one-woman super spreader event [...]
Leon McKenzie and Drew Henley: Co-leading a Multi-Ethnic Church (and Deanery!)
We start a new series today called Leaders Unplugged, where we will hear from leaders in our diocese about their role in C4SO. We hope it gives everyone a sense of the diverse life of our nationwide diocese. Today we talk with the Very Revs. Leon McKenzie and Drew Henley about their relationship as co-pastors of [...]
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I appreciate the intentionality and candor displayed in these podcast conversations. Ben and Todd do a great job getting at the meat in the discussion. I especially appreciate the fact that y’all have chosen to engage/explore our values. Well done. Keep em coming!!