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July 15, 2021 38 min

In Today’s Conversation podcast, Robert Putnam, research professor of public policy at Harvard University, and Shaylyn Romney Garrett, writer and researcher, remind us of the role Christians played in helping our nation heal before, and they offer hope that we can lead another pivotal and positive change today. Hosted by NAE President Walter Kim, Robert ...

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In Today’s Conversation podcast hosted by NAE President Walter Kim, James shares what each generation values, and discusses the central gospel question that must be answered for each generation. He also explains: Generational theory and why it is important in our current moment in history; The importance and motivation behind each generation’s question; How churches ...

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Rebecca reminds listeners to “always be prepared to give an answer to anyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect” (1 Peter 3:15). She and host NAE President Walter Kim also discuss: Why there is a biblical, but not secular basis for ...

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In this podcast hosted by NAE President Walter Kim, you’ll also gain understanding on: How the model minority myth and perpetual foreigner syndrome affect Asian Americans today; What unique contributions Asian Americans offer the Church; How to love and care for Asian American friends and neighbors; and A word of encouragement for those who are ...

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In Today’s Conversation podcast, Tish and NAE President Walter Kim discuss: How evangelicalism has shaped her piety; The importance of emphasizing global evangelicalism; How American evangelicals can be more globally minded; and What she learned about being a faithful witness in our cultural climate. Read a Portion of the Transcript Walter: As we draw to ...

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In Today’s Conversation podcast with NAE President Walter Kim, Kaitlyn invites us to expand our understanding of spiritual formation and examine what practices may be shaping our worldview. Walter and Kaitlyn also discuss: Why spiritual formation is broader than internal work; How different generations — particularly Gen Z — approach spiritual formation and politics; What ...

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This podcast recording is also available in Spanish here. In his role as director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins oversees the largest supporter of biomedical research in the world. He is also a committed Christian. In Today’s Conversation podcast, you’ll hear Dr. Collins and NAE President Walter Kim discuss: The integration of ...

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December 15, 2020 36 min

In Today’s Conversation podcast hosted by NAE President Walter Kim, you’ll hear Tim share: Why he and Jon decided to start the BibleProject; How Tim was drawn to Jesus through an outreach to skateboarders; What approach the BibleProject takes to navigate different interpretations of Scripture; and How creativity threads through Scripture and connects to our ...

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NAE President Walter Kim and Scott discuss: What evangelicals should believe about God’s sovereignty, regardless of who the president is; What we should think about authority, particularly if we deeply disagree with that authority; How Christians engage on political issues with society at large, especially non-Christian neighbors; and The opportunities the Church has in this ...

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October 15, 2020 28 min

In this overview of civics for Christians, you’ll hear NAE President Walter Kim and Amy discuss: How we can apply Scripture to our current political experience; What principles should guide Christians when voting; Whether Christians should join political parties; and What the difference is between “politics” and “policy.” Read a Portion of the Transcript Walter:Churches ...

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