How the News Shapes Our Prayers and Preaching
If our public prayers and preaching are at all responsive to the needs of the world, then how we glean information about the world is crucial.
Whether through new or old media, journalists have a key role to play in whether and how we pray and preach about everything from the persecution of Christians, conflict in the Middle East, creation care, and abortion to local concerns related to public education and social services. Join a conversation with a leading national journalist (Elizabeth Dias), a public theologian (Richard Mouw), and a seminary professor and preacher (Anne Zaki) that can inform your own engagement with the world God loves.
Participants: Elizabeth Dias, Richard J. Mouw, Anne Zaki, moderated by Kathy Smith
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