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June 12, 2022

Ryan Yazel and David Cramer

Last week we asked the question, “What difference does ‘Everyone an Icon’ make?” This week we learn through a practical interview about the Christian tradition of nonviolence through with David Cramer, the Pastor of Keller Park Church in South Bend and co-author of “A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence: Key Thinkers, Activists, and Movements for the Gospel of Peace”.
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May 22, 2022

Beth Graybill and Kathy Burnette

Week 5 of a 6-week series on How to Live As Neighbors. In a season when we’re all wondering how to be human while living as neighbors, we talk about what it means to practice empathy and build connection by acknowledging the personhood of those around us. And we explore this idea against the backdrop of the story of Paul and his scribe, Tertius, from Romans 16:17-27. Then we get to hear from a member of the South Bend community, Kathy Burnette, who owns Brain Lair Books. Kathy shared her mission of building empathy one book at a time while uplifting marginalized voices. You can find out more info and browse the bookstore at https://www.brainlairbooks.com/ This series is based on an upcoming book by author Shannan Martin titled, “START WITH HELLO: And Other Simple Ways to Live As Neighbors.”
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May 8, 2022

Shannan Martin and Judge Stephanie Steele

Week 3 of a 6-week series on How to Live As Neighbors. In a time, and world, that has become increasingly polarized and complicated, we talk about what it looks like to listen well. And we explore this idea against the backdrop of the story of Jesus and the Samaritan Woman from John 4:1-30.  Then we get to hear from a member of our own community, Judge Stephanie Steele, who recently made history by becoming the first Black Woman appointed to the St. Joseph County Superior Court. She ended our time by sharing some of the wise practices she has adopted in hopes of listening well in her role as judge and in her everyday life.  This series is based on an upcoming book by author Shannan Martin titled, “START WITH HELLO: And Other Simple Ways to Live As Neighbors.”
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December 12, 2021

Jason Miller and Daniel Bannoura

If Advent is a time to explore the meaning of hope in the face of dark realities, we should talk about injustice. Daniel Bannoura is a Palestinian Christian and a member of our SBCC family who shared with us about the experience of violence and injustice in his homeland and the ways he seeks hope. Books Referenced: The Other Side of the Wall by Munther Isaac
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December 5, 2021

Jason Miller and Jim Stump

If Advent is a time to explore the meaning of hope in the face of dark realities, we should talk about one of the most difficult things we’re facing in this era: climate change. Jim Stump is the Vice President of Programs at Biologos, an organization that explores the intersection between science and Christian faith. He joined us for a conversation about science and faith, creation care and climate change, and hope in the face of daunting challenges. To learn more about Biologos, head to their website for a rich archive of resources from theologians, scientists, and other thought leaders. Jim also hosts Biologos’ podcast, The Language of God, and we highly recommend it. You’ll also hear a brief conversation at the beginning of the episode with Andrea Cramer, Executive Director of Neighbor to Neighbor, explaining how our Christmas offering will support the work they’re doing to welcome refugees arriving in our area.
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May 23, 2021

Jason Miller & Daniel Bannoura

In light of the recent escalations of violence in the Holy Land, our podcast this week features a special learning opportunity. Our Lead Pastor, Jason Miller, sat down for a conversation with Daniel Bannoura, a Palestinian who is attending grad school here in South Bend and a member of our SBCC family. Daniel shares his perspective on the conflict and an encouragement for followers of Jesus who want to serve the cause of peace.

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