Resound Podcast

Resound #17 — Rachael Denhollander on Understanding Forgiveness and Justice

Forgiveness and Justice When she stood in a Michigan courtroom last year to make the last of 156 victim impact statements in the sentencing hearing for her abuser, Rachael Denhollander…

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Resound #16 — Nicholas Kristof on Covering the World for the New York Times

A Career in Journalism Nicholas Kristof has spent a career in journalism telling stories from places that few of his readers have ever been, and few would otherwise notice. The…

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Resound #15 — Mary Vermeer Andringa on Faith, Family, and Leadership

Mary Andringa’s pioneering career in business has been built on a foundation of faith, family, and community. In this conversation she reflects on the legacy of her father Gary as…

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Resound #14 — Danjuma Gibson on Frederick Douglass, Oppression, and Hope Audio Player

Frederick Douglass escaped slavery to become one of the most important authors of the 19th century. How was Douglass able to overcome oppression? What does he have to teach us…

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Resound #13 — Catherine Gonzalez on Breaking Down Barriers to Women in Ministry and Theological Education

Catherine Gonzalez has spent a lifetime answering God’s call to break down barriers to female theologians. She was one of the first women to be ordained as a minister in…

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Resound #12 — Matthew Kaemingk on Interfaith Hospitality in an Age of Fear

Why do some North American Christians choose fear over hospitality? What would radical hospitality as Christian discipleship look like in interfaith conversations? Matthew Kaemingk explores these questions in his new…

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Resound #11 — Paul Lim on Loving Your Immigrant and Refugee Neighbor

Countries around the world are wrestling with the issue of immigration. Churches are too. What does it mean to answer Jesus’ call to love your neighbor when it comes to…

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Resound #10 — Jeff Sajdak and Aaron Einfeld on Smartphones and Spiritual Health

What do smartphones have to do with our spiritual health? Calvin Seminary recently held a Smartphone Retreat to discern as a community the ways we use our smartphones and the…

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Resound #9 — Matt Tuininga on John Calvin, the Church, and Politics

How can the Church speak into a time of bitter political divisions? How can the insights of John Calvin guide us today? Matt Tuininga introduces his book Calvin’s Political Theology…

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Resound #8 — Mary VandenBerg on Loving Your Neighbor with Dementia

Millions of people who suffer from dementia, and their loved ones and caregivers, face slow and agonizing decline. How can we show love to these neighbors? How can we view…

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Resound #7 — Danjuma Gibson on Pastoral Theology at the Margins

Danjuma Gibson recently took a class from Calvin Seminary to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to wrestle with…

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Resound #6 — Gary Burge on Navigating the Paths of the Holy Land

Tracing the paths of biblical history in the Holy Land gives new dimensions to our reading of Scripture. But today, Israel and Palestine lie at the center of intense conflict.…

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