As of May 1st the President of Day1's parent company, The Alliance for Christian Media, the Rev. Canon Louis Schueddig, or Skip as we know him, steps into retirement after 30 years of leading our media ministry. In celebration of his long and creative service to this ministry he talked with Day1 Host Peter Wallace in the studio for our May 5th broadcast, and discussed what it's been like to lead a media focused ministry through times of such enormous change in communications. Thank you for your leadership and your legacy, Skip.
The Rev. Dr. Dwight Moody joins us in the studio for a discussion about his work with the Academy of Preachers and their ministry aimed at lighting and leading the way for young preachers as they find their calling.
The Rev. Dr. Kirby Godsey sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to discuss his life in academia, as Chancellor of Mercer University, and his array of books including his most recent controversial title, "Is God a Christian?" Join us for a conversation of faith and hope, only on Day1.
The Rev. Dr. John Philip Newell joins Day1 host Peter Wallace in the studio for an enlightening conversation on celtic spirituality, centering prayer, and his two books. Join us for a conversation of faith and hope, only on Day1.
The Rev. Dr. Thomas G. Long sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to discuss his teaching work with the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, his books on evil and suffering as well as the Christian funeral, and his thoughts on how our very own Protestant Hour archives could provide a valuable window into the history of preaching in the 20th century. Join us for a conversation of faith and hope, only on Day1.
Rev. Dr. Sharon Watkins, General Minister and President of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about the distinctives of the Disciples denomination, the importance of Christian unity, the future of the church in the "spiritual but not religious" era, and much more.
Author and religious historian Diana Butler Bass sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to discuss her new book, Christianity After Religion, and delves into the roots of the crisis that churches of all kinds are facing, causes ranging from September 11th to the abuse scandal the Catholic Church faces, and where she sees the future of worship and Christianity. Join us for a conversation of faith and hope, only on Day1.
The Rev. Peter Marty sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace for a wide ranging discussion focused on the future of ministry, how the church is handling the media world, and how things are going in his own congregation.
Dr. Ronald Peters sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to discuss the work of his life, including interdenominational work in academy, renewal of faith in urban centers, and much more. Join us for this conversation of faith and hope, only on Day1.
This week our host, Peter Wallace, sits down with the authors of the new book "This Odd And Wondrous Calling," The Rev. Dr. Lillian Daniel and The Rev. Martin Copenhaver.
Dr. Courtney Cowart, 9/11 survivor, author and the Director of Congregational Learning at the Fund for Theological Education, sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to discuss the her harrowing tale of survival on September 11th, 2001, her reflections on what that day continues to mean to us and what it can mean for us, her work with St. Paul's Chapel after that day, The Diocese of Louisiana in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, and how it all ties into her current work with the Fund for Theological Education.
In this conversation Day1 host Peter Wallace sits down with The Rev. Dr. Matthew Skinner at the Festival of Homiletics to discuss the new testament, his path to teaching at Luther seminary, and the ideas and challenges of a conversational approach within churches.
Day1 Host Peter Wallace talks with the popular host of American Public Media's On Being, Krista Tippett, to discuss how she began her career, what she learned from living in divided Germany, her transition to studying theology, the development of her radio program, and what she sees in the future for the church.
Peter Wallace talks with the Rev. Canon Charles K. Robertson, the right hand to the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church. The discussion focuses on the many crises around the world and the role of the church, his new book A Dangerous Dozen, and much more.
This week Day1 host Peter Wallace sits down with the Rev. William Flippin Jr. to discuss his ministries, ranging from helping the poor in Liberia to ministering to U.S. troops at Fort Benning, GA, how he and all of his brothers came to the ministry, the diversity at St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church in Columbus, GA, where he serves, and much more. Join us for a conversation of faith and hope only from Day1.
In this last conversation interview in our Young Leaders of the Church Series Day1 host Peter Wallace sits down with the Rev. Hardy Kim to discuss his view of young people in the church and how to reach them with substance instead of style, his role and focus on church growth as associate pastor and the life of his church at First Presbyterian in Atlanta, GA.
In this installment of our Young Leaders of The Church Series a good friend of Day1, Rev. James Ellis III, sits down with our host Peter Wallace to discuss the work of reaching young people in ministry, the importance of following and understanding pop culture, the enduring relevance of the gospels and the challenge of communicating it in a relevant way. Join us for a conversation of faith and hope only on Day1.
The Rev. Adam Thomas, as part of our Young Leaders of the Church Series, sits down with Day1 Host Peter Wallace to discuss the changing world the Church, and the church, faces with emerging technology, his new book Digital Disciple: Real Christianity In A Virtual World, and how he came to find ordination and his path to Christ. Join us for an intriguing conversation on modern technology and christianity.
In the second conversation interview of our Young Leaders of the Church Series, in partnership with the Fund For Theological Education, host Peter Wallace sits down with the Rev. Lee Hull Moses to discuss her upbringing as the daughter of a minister, her calling to the ministry and her vision for the future of the church.
The Rev. Dr. Katharine Hinman sits down for the first conversation in our Young Leaders of the Church Series. Day1 host Peter Wallace asks her about life in her church in Decatur, Georgia, the relationship between her past in science and her future in ministry, evolution, bats, roller derby and how to interest today's youth in joining the work of ministry.