Episode 14 — Rais Bhyuiyan — A World Without Hate

01/17/16 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm –

In the wake of 9/11 Mark Anthony Stroman, a white supremecist and self-proclaimed “Arab Slayer”, went on a Dallas-area rampage that left two Muslim men dead and another critically wounded. Rais Bhuiyan survived afer being shot in the face with a shotgun. After numerous surgeries and much soul searching, Mr. Bhuiyan resolved himself to a life of forgiveness and reconciliation. His non-profit, World Without Hate, tirelessly advocated on behalf of his attacker, who was convicted and sentenced to death by the State of Texas. Though they were unsuccessful in preventing the execution, World Without Hate continues to to be a global advocate for non-violent reconciliation and forgiveness

Episode 19 — John Williams: Zombies, Halitosis, and America: Deep Cuts from the Doubting Thomas Story

09/16/16 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm – John Williams is Chaplain and Director of Church Relations at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He is founder and director of the ACtivators—a program through which, since 1995, 527 Austin College students have traveled over 164,000 miles to help plan and lead 636 ministry events in 13 states (including Arkansas) involving over 49,000 Presbyterian children, […]

Episode 20! — Blair Monie: Enjoying One’s Self as an Act of Social Justice: An Exploration of Ecclesiastes

10/16/16 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm – Blair Monie holds a BA in English from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania (1970), a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary (1973), and a Doctor of Ministry from Princeton Theological Seminary (1979), where his doctoral thesis focused on the supervision of seminarians in field education. Dr. Monie has served as pastor of churches in Pennsylvania, […]

Episode 21 – Brent Barry: Beer, Faith & the New Politic.

11/13/16 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm – Brent Barry, in addition to being Head of Staff at Northpark Presbyterian Church, is the founder and creator of Faith on Tap. We welcome him back into the warm embrace of the Pub-Faith for a look at the Politics of the last 18 months. Brent has two theological degrees (from Austin Theological Seminary and Columbia […]

Encountering Hope in the Midst of Lament

01/29/17 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm – Presenter: Rev. Kate McGee How do you respond when your country is overwhelmed with refugees, and terrorists lurk around the corner? How can Christians reach out across religious boundaries to care for the least of these? How can we have hope in the midst of lament? Join Rev. Kate McGee as she shares reflections and […]