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Women and Words: Why Are There So Many Bible Translations? With Dr. Jeffrey Miller
By: Mimi Haddad, Jeff Miller | June 2, 2023
Dr. Mimi Haddad and Dr. Jeffrey Miller discuss the two major theories of Bible translation: formal equivalence (word-for-word) and functional equivalence (phrase-for-phrase).
IJM’s Fight Against Gender-Based Violence in Latin America with Brad Twedt
By: Mimi Haddad, Kimberly Dickson, Brad Twedt | May 26, 2023
In this episode, Mimi and Kim interview Brad Twedt of International Justice Mission (IJM). Brad explains IJM’s work to address violence against women and children in the machismo culture of Central and South America.
Intersectionality: Show Up to Love with Rev. Stephanie Wilkins
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Stephanie Wilkins | March 17, 2023
Today, Rev. Stephanie Wilkins and Angela discuss how she is using her gifts of compassion and teaching to serve the least of these. For her, advocating for just laws and fair treatment of all people is holy work.
Intersectionality: Rebels Follow Jesus with Rev. Dr. Susan K. Williams Smith
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Susan K. Williams Smith | February 20, 2023
Angela and Dr. Susan K. Smith discuss having a clear understanding of Jesus and Jesus’s teachings as foundational to understanding the believer’s role in standing against oppressive structures that marginalize women, children, the poor, and foreigners—aka—the least of these.
Intersectionality: Hope & Justice – Dismantling and Reconciling through the Psalms
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Gabby Cudjoe Wilkes | January 23, 2023
In the episode of Mutuality Matters, Dr. Gabby Cudjoe-Wilkes shares how having a justice imagination is so important for believers as we work together so that all may experience God's reign of love and justice on earth.
Intersectionality: Gifted to Lead with Dr. Jeanne Porter King
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Jeanne Porter King | December 21, 2022
Most would agree that organizational performance is often a reflection of the quality of leadership guiding the organization. Well, the same is true for ministry. Dr. Jeanne Porter King sits with host Angela and shares the importance of leadership in ecclesial spaces. Together, they explore how the spiritual gift of leading is manifested by both [...]
Intersectionality: Let’s See Color! With guest Michelle T. Sanchez
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Michelle T. Sanchez | November 18, 2022
Michelle T. Sanchez, author of the newly released book, Color-Courageous Discipleship: Follow Jesus, Dismantle Racism, and Build Beloved Community, shares with Angela her belief that it is impossible to separate race, discipleship, and our relationship with God.
Intersectionality: Theology in Practice: The Image of God and Domestic Violence
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Johnrice Newton, Jeanne Porter King, Antoinette Alvarado | October 21, 2022
In acknowledgment of October being Domestic Violence Awareness month, this special episode of Mutuality Matters features a panel of Created to Thrive contributors who sit down with host Angela and share their thoughts about how the church can help people find healing from the trauma of domestic violence by creating safe spaces for women and [...]
Intersectionality: Words Matter! Freedom through Lectionary and Bible Translation with Rev. Dr. Wilda C. Gafney
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Rev. Wil Gafney | August 19, 2022
Angela sits down with Rev. Dr. Wilda Gafney, Bible scholar, episcopal priest and the Right Rev. Sam B. Hulsey Professor of Hebrew Bible at Brite Divinity School.
Intersectionality: Who’s Missing? Privilege and Responsibility with Rev. Dr. Christy S. Woodbury-Moore
By: Angela Ravin-Anderson, Rev. Dr. Christy S. Woodbury-Moore | July 25, 2022
Angela visits with Dr. Christy Woodbury-Moore, assistant professor of spiritual formation at Memphis Theological Seminary, as they discuss the responsibility of those with a seat at the table to embrace and include others.