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48 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Construyendo Puentes: A conversation on the Latino experience with the Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén and the Rev. Samuel Borbon
Latino & Hispanic Missioner for the Diocese of WNC, the Rev. Oscar Rozo, is joined by the Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén, Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries and Director, Ethnic Ministries, and the Rev. Samuel Borbón, Associate Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries and Program Development, for this conversation on the Latino Experience in the Episcopal Church and USA. The three discuss creating an inclusive space for a diverse community, their personal experiences navigating both the church and secular worlds, and how the church can continue to foster a welcoming environment for those of different cultures. For more information on the Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén and the Rev. Samuel Borbón, please find their bios and additional information below.Bios:The Rev. Oscar Rozo The Rev. Canon Anthony GuillénThe Rev. Samuel BorbónAdditional resources:https://www.diocesewnc.org/bienvenidoshttps://www.episcopalchurch.org/ministries/latino-ministries/Get connected:https://www.facebook.com/latinoministryWNChttps://www.facebook.com/latinosepiscopales/https://www.instagram.com/latinoministrywnc/
37 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Faith and Social Media: A Conversation with Diocesan Youth
How has social media impacted your faith life? In this episode, Blue Ridge Service Corps member Mayden McDaniel is joined by three youth from the diocese to discuss the impacts of social media on faith practice and how it can be both a tool and a challenge. Jessie King, Lewis Stepp, and Bea Perez are all members of our Diocesan Youth Council, a group of youth and adult leaders from the 6 deaneries in the diocese who work with the Missioner for Youth and Young Adult Ministry to carry out the mission for youth ministry programs. To learn more about this program and how to get involved, please visit https://www.diocesewnc.org/youth-leadershipWe would like to thank our Missioner for Youth and Young Adults, Eden Lewis, for her participation and coordination to help make this episode possible! A huge thank you to all who participated! FURTHER READING:The New Thing: Faith in the Age of Social Media - via Yale.eduSocial justice, advocacy, and Christian's role in politics - via Office of Social JusticeSocial Justice and Engagement - via The Episcopal Church
54 minutes | May 3, 2021
Faith and the Enneagram with the Rev. Dr. Chelsea Yarborough
In this episode, our Blue Ridge Service Corps Director Kelsey Davis is joined by the Rev. Dr. Chelsea Yarbrough, a PhD student at Vanderbilt, minister, and professor at Wake Forest Divinity who also happens to be in training to become an enneagram coach. Together, they chat about what the enneagram is and how it applies to life and faith.CONNECT WITH CHELSEA AND KELSEYChelsea Yarborough InstagramChelsea Yarborough Bio - Graduate Department of ReligionBlue Ridge Service Corps InstagramBlue Ridge Service Corps WebsiteRESOURCES REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE:The Enneagram InstituteNarrative EnneagramBOOKS REFERENCES IN THIS EPISODEThe Honest EnneagramHeart of the Enneagram: A Companion for Deepening Personal and Spiritual Growth Millenneagram: The Enneagram Guide for Discovering Your Truest, Baddest Self DIOCESAN ENNEAGRAM RESOURCESThe Center for Spiritual Wisdom
48 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
Seeking and Finding Joy with Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry
Bishop José is joined by the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, in this inaugural episode focused on finding and seeking the joy in Christ and ourselves. Tune in and reflect on the ways in which you too can seek joy in the midst of challenging times.
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