The Distillery explores essential ingredients of book and research projects with experts in their field of study. Learn what motivates their work and why it matters for Christian theology and ministry. Episodes have touched on topics such as redemption, play, dementia, racial reconciliation, grace, religious resistance, and social enterprise. Conversation partners include John Swinton, Keri Day, Eric Barreto, Andy Root, Amanda Drury, and Greg Ellison II. Listen from Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast provider.
Being Church in the Time of COVID is a podcast that tells the stories of what it is like being the church during the pandemic of 2020. Hear pastors, scholars, and rising church leaders reflect on grief, worship, protest, trauma, rites of passage, faith, and hope as they navigate ministry in the midst of the pandemics of 2020.
Disrupting Ministry is a podcast from The Institute for Youth Ministry. It shares the stories of faith communities who are disrupting the status quo in the church by developing innovative forms of ministry with young people. In the pilot season, Disrupting Ministry delves into stories and learnings from the relationships and research developed over the past three years through a grant initiative called The Log College Project. Meet the faith leaders and researchers who are helping the church reimagine the entire vocation and practice of youth ministry in the 21st century.
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“Through my field education placement at Trinity Presbyterian Church in East Brunswick, New Jersey, I discovered my gift to minister to all age groups.”