The Table

  • Resound #17 -- Rachael Denhollander on

    Understanding--Forgiveness and Justice

    When she stood in a Michigan courtroom last year to make the last of 156 victim impact statements in the sentencing hearing for her abuser, ...

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  • #16 – Nicholas Kristof on

    Covering the World for--the New York Times

    Nicholas Kristof has spent a career in journalism telling stories from places that few of his readers have ever been, and few would otherwis...

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  • Resound Episode #15

    Mary Vermeer Andringa on Faith, Family, and Leadership

    Mary Andringa’s pioneering career in business has been built on a foundation of faith, family, and community. In this conversation she refle...

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  • Resound Episode #16

    Danjuma Gibson on Frederick Douglass, Oppression, and Hope

    Frederick Douglass escaped slavery to become one of the most important authors of the 19th

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  • Resound Episode #13

    Catherine Gonzalez on Breaking Down Barriers to Women in Ministry and Theological Education

    Catherine Gonzalez has spent a lifetime answering God’s call to break down barriers to female

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  • Resound Episode #12

    Matthew Kaemingk on Interfaith Hospitality in an Age of Fear

    Why do some North American Christians choose fear over hospitality? What would radical hospitality as Christian discipleship look like in in...

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  • Resound Episode #11

    Paul Lim on Loving Your Immigrant and Refugee Neighbor

    Countries around the world are wrestling with the issue of immigration. Churches are too. What does it mean to answer Jesus’ call to love yo...

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  • Resound Episode #10

    Jeff Sajdak and Aaron Einfeld on Smartphones and Spiritual Health

    What do smartphones have to do with our spiritual health? Calvin Seminary recently held a Smartphone Retreat to discern as a community the w...

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  • Resound Episode #9

    Matt Tuininga on John Calvin, the Church, and Politics

    How can the Church speak into a time of bitter political divisions? How can the

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