Do we bother making plans when they are likely to get turned inside out anyhow? Do we let chaos reign and become accustomed to the wild ride of life?
What can the rule of adaptation teach us about each other? Erin and Hannah continue their Finding Common Ground series with a discussion about our shared survival instinct.
Erin and Hannah explore our shared desire to find meaning through our work and in life, and Sarah Pabody stops in to share the lessons she’s learned growing flowers at Triple Wren Farms.
Erin and Hannah invite James Beitler and Richard Gibson to discuss what we can do when the meaning behind our shared language shifts.
Erin and Hannah talk about our tendency to press on with our plans until death disrupts us, and how we should be kind to all on the journey.
Erin and Hannah invite Chris and Elizabeth McKinney for a conversation about loving your neighbors for their miniseries called Happy, Thankful, People.
Erin and Hannah host Kathryn Freeman for a discussion about whose voices and whose ideas are welcome in the public sphere for this episode of the For God and Country series.
If we just preach the Gospel, will everything be right in the world?
If we are to truly invest in and bring about the common good, we need to find both the common and the good. Erin and Hannah discuss party lines in this episode of their For God and Country series.
How does the Christian nationalist perspective affect our work for the common good and flourishing of society? Erin and Hannah discuss for this episode of the For God and Country series.