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Michael Cheshire believes Christians have a hard time forgiving each other—especially those in leadership. Join us for a conversation about sin, grace, and Michael’s new book “Why We Eat Our Own.”
Can we approach food with joy--with the idea of eating together with gratitude toward God? Rachel Marie Stone thinks so. Join us here for our conversation on her new book Eat With Joy.
Church leaders can feel isolated and alone. Does it have to be this way? Join author and speaker Keri Wyatt Kent as she addresses isolation in leadership in this Inside Out conversation.
Pride isn’t only an issue for big spenders, according to Megan Hill, self-proclaimed frugalista and author of the Christianity Today blog post “Sin at the Clearance Rack.”
Todd and Tara Storch--the authors of the new book Taylor’s Gift--talk about grief, organ donation, finding purpose, giving grace, and clinging to God in this Inside Out conversation.
Join authors Kristin and Kathryn Wong for a conversation about lessons we can apply today from the life of abolitionist Donaldina Cameron.
How might we bridge the generation gap among women in the church? Join guest Pamela Havey Lau for this Inside Out conversation on sacrifice and flexibility.
Perhaps short term missions won’t save the world, but they just might transform those who go. We talk about planning short-term missions for long-term impact with Gary VanderPol, John Verburg, and Jim Mauk.
What’s your view on gun control? Why? What might we take into account when we think about this issue from a Christian perspective? Join us for a conversation with writer and seminary student Sharon Hodde Miller.
We can help the world’s poor and grow in our discipleship at the same time by living more simply to free up money to give more justly. Our guest is Gary VanderPol, one of the authors of the study “Lazarus at the Gate.”