Category: Podcast

Podcast: Community, Worship and Adapting to Isolation

Bishop Shelley Bryan Wee has served as Pastor at Jocko Valley Lutheran Church in Arlee, Montana, Zion Lutheran Church in Spokane, Washington, Emmanuel Lutheran Church and Eastern Washington University Campus Ministry in Cheney, Washington. She served as Assistant to the Bishop in the Northwest Washington Synod prior to her being elected to bishop of the [...] Read More

Podcast: Virtues, Civic Friendship and Moral Repair

Dr. Nancy Snow is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing at the University of Oklahoma. She was co-Director of The Self, Motivation & Virtue Project, a $2.6 million research initiative on the moral self, and is currently the Principal Investigator of The Self, Virtue, and Public Life [...] Read More

Podcast: Ritual in a Pandemic Time

Recently, Religica Theolab Founder Michael Reid Trice spoke with Pastor Bryon Hansen of the Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church in Seattle. Ordained to the ministry of Word and Sacrament in 1986, Pastor Hansen has served congregations in Idaho, Oregon, and Northern California. His passions in ministry are liturgy, preaching, and faith formation for children, youth, and [...] Read More

Podcast: Stop Dying with Guilt

Subscribe to our Podcasts at:    Recently, Religica Theolab Founder Dr. Michael Reid Trice had a chance to speak with Human Rights Activist Antje Mattheus. Antje joined the Action Reconciliation Service for Peace and moved to Philadelphia as a volunteer in 1974 to work with the United Farm Workers’ Union. Her forthcoming book, Cresheim Farm, [...] Read More
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Values that can Shape all of Us: Accelerating our Responsibility for Peace

April 6, 2020/ Jessica Gans Wilder This podcast is a collaboration between Religica and United Religions Initiative (URI). Janessa Gans Wilder is a former CIA officer-turned-peacebuilder, social entrepreneur, and nonprofit executive. She founded the Euphrates Institute – a grassroots peacebuilding organization and URI Cooperation Circle – after five years at the CIA, including 21 months […]

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Seeking Peace – When Two Bodies Fall Down

March 2, 2020/ Deborah Greene Seeking Peace – When Two Bodies Fall Down Founder & CEO LiveaMoment, Writer, Educator, International Speaker In recent years, Deborah Greene has emerged as a champion of grassroots movements. In 2016, Greene drove through 40 states to interview different individuals about their feelings toward the 2016 United States presidential election. […]

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Working for Greenpeace Africa and Facing the Realities of Climate Change

February 17, 2020 /Njeri Kabeberi Working for Greenpeace Africa and Facing the Realities of Climate Change Njeri Kabeberi is the former Executive Director at Greenpeace Africa and currently holds the position of Director at Chapter Four Programs and Projects Limited. Prior to her work at Greenpeace, Kabeberi served as a human rights activist at many […]

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The Power of Video Evidence and the Discretion Required Before Sharing

Podcast Raja Althaibana is a staff member at WITNESS, an organization working to provide video training to people experiencing conflict in communities across the globe. In this podcast, Althaibana breaks down the complex dynamics of what to share and what not to share, based on the realities of conflict. The Power of Video Evidence and […]

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EDITOR’S CHOICE

There was a lot of great content that Religica highlighted in 2019. The Religica Podcast and Blog Editors wanted to highlight two of their favorites for 2019. Podcasts: EDITOR’S CHOICE/ Dr. Mack Wilberg, PhD Conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir The Power of Music will Transform our World Music inspires us in ways that we […]

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