Reconciliation Roundtable Podcast

There are forces and voices in our increasingly polarized world that want us to view the issues of the day in a binary way: this or that; good or bad. This podcast seeks to invite people to journey beyond the safety of our silos and our egos – to the soul; where we have the opportunity to see things differently. Each episode includes discussions with a different guest, exploring their faith journeys, the development of their vocations and passions, and how they have been able to reconcile shifting beliefs along the way.

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Ep 13 – “A Common Humanity” with Wilk Wilkinson

Ep 13 – “A Common Humanity” with Wilk Wilkinson

Wilk Wilkinson joins me to discuss his journey from political apathy to toxic political engagement, followed by the epiphany that since led him on a mission of bettering the world, one attitude at a time, by charting a course toward understanding, bridging divides, and fostering a community where wisdom prevails over discord.

Ep 12 – “The Church Cracked Open” with The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers

Ep 12 – “The Church Cracked Open” with The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers

Canon Spellers shares her journey from being a skeptic and critic of the Church to becoming a senior leader with a deep faith and a commitment to social justice. We explore the themes of mission, evangelism, the power of genuine curiosity in bridging divides, and ongoing efforts to address systemic issues like white supremacy within the church.

Ep 7 – “The Holy Land” with Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon

Ep 7 – “The Holy Land” with Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon

Guest Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon speaks with me about about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas, the story of how her love and concern for the people of the Holy Land developed and how we might better understand the obstacles to and opportunities for peace.