Working Title explores vocation and why people do what they do.
Sarah Council (Dancer)
We're excited to share this one with you. It's an episode we're posting over on our Neighborhood Church podcast feed as well. We hope it means something to you.
Dr. Norman Wirzba (Professor)
Norman Wirzba is a professor at Duke University. He pursues research and teaching interests at the intersections of theology, philosophy, ecology, and agrarian and environmental studies. He lectures frequently in Canada, the United States, and Europe. In particular, his research is centered on a recovery of the doctrine of creation and a restatement of humanity in terms of its creaturely life.
Professor Wirzba has published several books, including The Paradise of God: Renewing Religion in an Ecological Age, Living the Sabbath: Discovering the Rhythms of Rest and Delight, Way of Love: Recovering the Heart of Christianity, From Nature to Creation: A Christian Vision for Understanding and Loving Our World, Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating (in its 2nd Edition), and (with Fred Bahnson) Making Peace with the Land: God’s Call to Reconcile with Creation. He also has edited several books, including The Essential Agrarian Reader: The Future of Culture, Community, and the Land and The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays of Wendell Berry.
K.J. Ramsey (Therapist/Author)
K.J. Ramsey (BA, Covenant College, MA, Denver Seminary) is a licensed professional counselor, writer, and recovering idealist who believes sorrow and joy coexist. She is the author of This Too Shall Last: Finding Grace When Suffering Lingers, and her writing has been published in Christianity Today, RELEVANT, The Huffington Post, Fathom Magazine, Health Central, and more on the integration of theology, psychology, and spiritual formation. She and her husband live in Denver, Colorado. Follow K.J.'s writing at kjramsey.com and across social media at @kjramseywrites.
Season One Reflections
As season one comes to an end, we reflect on the process of starting the podcast, our favorite moments from each guest, and what's coming next season. Thanks for listening.
David Docusen (?)
David Docusen is one of the most important people in our lives. In this episode we talk to him about a major transition he's walking into as he steps down from the church he started ten years ago and into whatever is next. It's our hope that as you listen and identify with David's story of vocational wrestling, you'll open yourself to all the new things God might be trying to do.
Beth Alexandroff (Comedy Writer/Performer)
Beth Alexandroff is a comedy writer/performer from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She has been a staple at UCB in Los Angeles since 2011 and has written/directed several of her own projects.
Worth the Listen
Conversations like these are reason enough to stay in the church. Thankful for these voices!
Very intellectual. Make sure you have your notepad out. You might have a laugh or too also.