Barbara Daté ministers to us on this latest episode in the Speaking Truth to Power series. For such a time as this, amid uncertainty, violence, illness, grief, Barbara’s words heal. Learn more about Barbara’s work and upcoming trainings and contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the second-to-last episode in the Speaking Truth to Power series, inspired by the Womaen’s Caucus Annual Conference panel. (It was going to be the last episode, but we all could use a bonus these days!)
SueZann Bosler's story is hard to listen to, and healing to hear. Learn more through her organization Journey of Hope: From Violence to Healing and a Messenger article and a 48 Hours episode.If you're ready to write to someone on death row (or at least learn more about it) visit www.brethren.org/drsp or contact Rachel Gross at email@example.com.Speaking Truth to Power is a podcast series inspired by the 2020 Womaen's Caucus Annual Conference Panel.
Ken Gibble reads his poem "To Be a Tree" from the November 2020 issue of Messenger magazine. Carolyn Strong plays "Sweet Hour of Prayer".
Anna Lisa Gross speaks with Carla Gillespie and Carol Lindquist with lectionary scriptures for October 25, 2020. Nancy Miner plays “It is well” on piano.
This is episode 8 in a Messenger Radio series continuing the conversation launched by the Church of the Brethren’s Womaen’s Caucus Speaking Truth to Power panel.
Anna Lisa Gross speaks with Lauren Seganos Cohen and Dawn Blackman with lectionary scriptures for October 18, 2020. Nancy Miner plays “My Life Flows On” on piano. Learn more about Dawn in this Public interview and Wall Street Journal article. Find a transcript of her interview (which is slightly hard to hear) on the Messenger Radio web page.
This is episode 7 in a series continuing the conversation launched by the Church of the Brethren's Womaen’s Caucus Speaking Truth to Power panel.