The Center for Humanitarian Engagement at Walla Walla University is working to engage our campus family as we face the uncertain.
The mission of The Global Campus podcast is to create a forum during the COVID-19 pandemic, for students, staff, faculty and friends of WWU to share encouragement and promote generosity in service. Hosted by Angelo Simorangkir and David Lopez.
Please tune in to hear your peers talk about their experiences in these times. Feedback, suggestions and revolutionary ideas are welcome at CHE@wallawalla.edu. Please follow us on Instagram @che.wwu
Peace during tribulation
Join Angelo and John as we look at John 16:33 and what it means to have peace within a tranquil world. Also, don't forget to share a song that gives you peace with someone for CARE weekends!
Taking a gap year in Yap
Join Angelo Simorangkir and David Lopez as we reflect on how God has called us to service. Special guest Samuel Schaffner goes from the beaches of Monterey Beach in California to the beaches of the island of Yap. Listen in for how this experience changed his life forever.
Love is Not Just a Word
In today's episode join Angelo and David with special guest Rachel Barlow, Walla Walla University student as we talk about how we can grow stronger together by staying uncomfortable. Listen in as Rachel shares two original poems that paint a picture of love as verb.
Practice the Pause
In today's episode join Angelo and David as we talk about how God is always near yet still we worry.
A highlight about the Practice the Pause program that is part of the COPE, CALM, and CARE Campaign for Community Resilience. This campaign is designed to empower people with the behavioral health information and tools they need to support themselves, family members, friends, colleagues, and even strangers in the COVID-19 pandemic and throughout their lives.
Living Longer and Happier
In today's episode join David and Angelo with special guest Meghan Debolt, executive director of Blue Zones Walla Walla as we talk about how we can live longer happier lives.
Did you know that with support from Adventist Health, Walla Walla University's Center for Humanitarian Engagement is bringing Blue Zones to Walla Walla. Find out more about the discovery phase and how you can be involved.
Visit wallawalla.edu/che and in our volunteer section find out your true age and stay engaged as we live longer and happier lives.
Where does comfort come from?
In today's episode, David shares a story from a student's interaction at the mass vaccine clinic.
Reflecting on the Father of compassion found in 2 Corinthians we see how service can be a double blessing.
Angelo and David invite you to stay uncomfortable while discovering how to best exercise your generosity.
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Chad is a great host for the podcast. Keep up the good work.