Campfire Conversations is a unique podcast brought to you by Camp Arcadia in Arcadia, Michigan.
The campfire has always been a space that allows us to slow down and talk about what truly matters. And that’s what this podcast is all about.
Tune in as we spend some time with Josh Salzburg and Janine Bolling, members of the movement called Lutherans for Racial Justice. How should the church be seen in the realm of social justice? What place does the every day Christian have in the struggle against systemic racism?
Pull up a chair and join us around the campfire as we learn, grow, and slow down.
This podcast is hosted by Ryan Tinetti, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Arcadia, Michigan and Chip May, Executive Director of Camp Arcadia; and edited by Tyler Schlitzkus.
Visit camp-arcadia.com for more information or find us on Facebook.
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