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Ep 6 – “Agents of Grace” with Daniel Darling
Daniel Darling is an award-winning writer, bestselling author of fifteen books, pastor and Christian leader who regularly appears on and contributes to national news and media outlets. He currently serves as the Director of The Land Center for Cultural Engagement at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Assistant Professor of Faith and Culture at Texas Baptist College.
Daniel hosts the weekly podcast, The Way Home, featuring conversations with key Christian leaders on church, community and culture. He also speaks at churches and conferences around the country.
Prior to his leadership of the Land Center, Darling served as the Senior Vice President for Communications of the National Religious Broadcasters. He also has served the Southern Baptist Convention as the Vice President of Communications at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He has also pastored churches in Illinois and Tennessee.
Daniel’s newest book is Agents of Grace: How to Bridge Divides and Love as Jesus Loved (Zondervan, 2023). In this book, Daniel explores practical ways we can follow the Bible’s commend to “strive actively for peace” even in a painfully divided church, county, and world.
In this episode, we discuss the driving forces behind political polarization and other kinds of divisions and how to move beyond even profound disagreements and “live as agents of grace.”
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