Greg and Alex talk about expansive and inclusive ministry and how men can participate in the work of the wider church.
Greg and Alex have a moving conversation with Terrell about building the new church and how ministry to/with men fits into our current context.
Greg and Alex have a lively conversation with Sandhya about the importance of working for equity in our relationships and systems. https://sandhyajha.com/
Greg and Alex have a conversation with Rev. Johnson about reconciliation and how important the work is for all Disciples Men.
Conversation with Rev. Yvonne Gilmore – Interim Administrative Secretary of the National Convocation
Greg and Alex visit with Rev. Gilmore about the changing face of ministry in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). For more information on the Good Friday event mentioned in the podcast, visit tinyurl.com/whollyweek.
Greg and Alex talk about ministry with Rev. Kim, who serves as the Executive Pastor of NAPAD (North American Pacific/Asian Disciples).
Greg and Alex visit with Pastor Lori Tapia, the National Pastor of Hispanic Ministries in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). For more information about Obra Hispana, please visit their website. Lori’s book, published in 2020, can be found at Amazon.
Greg and Alex talk with Bill Rose-Heim, Regional Minister of Greater Kansas City about the impact of men’s ministry in the regional expression of the church.
Greg and Alex talk with Rev. Sheila Spencer, Interim Director of Disciples Home Missions, about how Disciples Men and DHM work together in ministry
Greg and Alex talk about Men’s Ministry with Nathan Higginbotham, Director of Disciples Men, Southwest Region of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Greg and Alex talk with KJ Kim, first-generation immigrant, pastor, and member of the Executive Committee of the General Conference of Disciples Men.
Greg and Alex reflect on the important conversation with Dr. James and how it impacts their future plans for Disciples Men.
Greg and Alex welcome the General Minister and President of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the US and Canada for a discussion of the state of the church, and the role ministry to men plays in the future of the denomination.