Disclaimer: The views, actions, and affiliations of guests invited on this podcast do not always reflect ISAAC’s official stances; they belong to the guests. This podcast is a platform for voices to be shared and perspectives to be discussed.
Ep 2: To Manuscript or Not to Manuscript
Young Lee Hertig dialogues with Dr. Charlene Jin Lee of Loyola Marymount University about their insights on going with and without a manuscript, sensing the congregation, and other perspectives on preaching.
Ep 3: Wrestling with the Text
Guest host Miriam Cho interviews Peace Lee, Katherine Guerrero, and Kim Ayala-Kim at Duke Divinity School. They explore how to wrestle with the Biblical text and preaching in the context of Durham, North Carolina.
Ep 6: God and Gender
In this episode, we talk about gendered conceptions of God and how we can approach a God who is beyond gender. Host Miriam Cho talks with Kay Higuera Smith, professor of Biblical Studies at Azusa Pacific University, and Young Lee, executive director of ISAAC.
Ep 7: Organizing against Toxic Masculinity
After a heavy summer of police brutality, we have a candid conversation with Jennifer A. Guerra Aldana and Jennifer Jane Hong-Guzman de Leon about organizing against toxic masculinity’s role in racial injustice. Both Jennifer and Jane work at the Fuller Youth Institute, a branch of Fuller Theological Seminary, that helps young people make sense of injustice.
Ep 8: Why Women of Color Church Plant
Church planters Jeya So and Inés Velásquez-McBryde share what pastoral freedom and creativity they have as women of color leading church plants. This is a follow-up episode from ISAAC’s Gender Summit 3: Women of Color Church Planters.