December 30, 2020
Chris Dorsey currently serves as President of Higher Education & Leadership Ministries for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), based in Indianapolis, IN. An ordained Disciples minister, Dorsey received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Master of Divinity from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary. He is a Ph.D. candidate at the Divinity School of the University of Chicago. Chris has taught at a variety of academic and theological institutions and previously served as a local church pastor, university chaplain at Clark Atlanta University, and as the vice president of development and marketing at Chicago Theological Seminary. Previously, he served as assistant professor of theology and preaching at Western Theological Seminary, where he taught classes on Preaching Foundations; Race, Culture, and Reconciliation; Theologizing Violence; and the Theologies of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Martin Luther King, Jr. He currently leads a ministry that works with higher education and leadership development programs. Part of his work with young adults includes helping young people connect with opportunities to give and to serve the common good. He is also part of the CWS Incubation Lab and will be a board member of CWS in 2021. In this podcast, Chris shares his experience as a result of working with youth as emerging leaders and explains about re-coalescing i.e the need to be able to make room for previous and present perspectives and opinions. We discuss about the topics the younger generation is concerned about and we discover what Chris worries about and he would walk 100 miles for. Chris is rather pessimistic on building on our interconnectedness, but there is still a lot to be hopeful about after listening to his perspective.
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December 16, 2020
Tom Hampson spent 31 years working for CWS
, first as associate director of their Global Education Office and then serving in various capacities in the areas of communications, marketing and fundraising. He retired from CWS in 2014 and returned to the town where he had grown up, Modesto, California.
While he was baptized into the Catholic Church, Tom's religious upbringing was more ecumenical since his dad was Methodist and his mom was Catholic. He attended the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana earning a Bachelor’s and later a Master’s degree in Theology. His interest in things religious was sparked by a sophomore year spent in Japan, where he studied Buddhism and Japanese culture.
After his retirement from CWS, he graduated from the School for Deacons at CDSP in Berkeley in May of 2019, and was ordained to the vocational Diaconate on November 16th at the Cathedral in Fresno. At present he is the Deacon at St. John the Baptist in Lodi, California. Tom also serves as the Co-Chair of the Immigration Commission for the Diocese and Episode 17 of our podcast Walk Talk Listen will reveal, he is still very active in his community and still trying to walk the talk. Please don't forget to like, review, share our podcast that you can find via: walktalklisten.podbean.com
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December 9, 2020
Carol Bremer-Bennett, Executive Director of World Renew as well as board member of Growing Hope Globally, is the guest of Episode 16. She asks attention for the struggles and challenges of indigenous people, not only in the US, but around the world. Carol is herself an indigenous person and part of the Navajo Nation. We talk about her own journey, her children, the next generation and worries and hopes with regard to our world especially as a result of Covid-19.
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December 2, 2020
Matt Hackworth is senior advisor of Corus International as well as a theology student and candidate for ordination. His stories driven by a mix of journalism, humanitarianism and ministry make a purposeful, entertaining and educational podcast. Matt is definitely a person who puts his faith into action. Please don't forget to like our Walk Talk Listen podcast, support our 100 mile campaign, visit our website www.100mile.org and follow us on twitter, instagram and facebook.