Welcome back from our summer break: it’s the Priest Pulse back-to-school episode! Featuring Dr’s Karyn Wiseman and Elesha Coffman and an interview with Derek Olsen about his book “Inwardly Digest: the Prayer Book as Guide to a Spiritual Life”
Betsy and Greg along with guests Jon White (Managing Editor of Episcopal Cafe, and Tripp Fuller (Host of Homebrewed Christianity) talk about podcasting and how this medium opens up avenues for creative storytelling in the life of the Church.
Another episode from the archives of our new partner, the Priest Pulse podcast. his episode features Kyle Oliver, Digital Missioner for the Virginia Theological Seminary and former host of the Easter People podcast, as he talks with host Benjamin Gildas about the future of formation and proclamation.
The Cafe is pleased to introduce our new partnership with ‘Priest Pulse.’ Priest Pulse is a podcast that believes the Church is alive, and they’re keeping their finger on the pulse. Priest Pulse is hosted by Father Benjamin Gildas and Fr. Colin Chapman and looks at relevant issues in the Episcopal Church and around the world with prayer, humor, and thoughtfulness.
Introducing a new podcast from the team that brings you the Café Magazine. In this episode we look at what it exactly would mean for the church to be mainstream, why is piety a thing and what is our mission exactly anyway?
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