September 5, 2017

Ep. 4 Shalom Agtarap

My conversation with Shalom Agtarap, the Associate Director of Strategic Faith Community Development for the Pacific Northwest Conference of the United Methodist Church. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook.

Here's a list of authors, leaders and links to subjects mentioned in our conversation:

Where Do We Go from Here by Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Collected Poems by Audre Lorde
The Creative Encounter by Howard Thurman
After recording, Shalom added, "And then this excerpt from Dr. Howard Thurman’s Baccalaureate Address at Spelman College, May 4, 1980, as edited by Jo Moore Stewart for The Spelman Messenger Vol. 96 No. 4 (Summer 1980), 14-15.: 'There is something in every one of you that waits, listens for the genuine in yourself—and if you can not hear it, you will never find whatever it is for which you are searching and if you hear it and then do not follow it, it was better that you had never been born. You are the only you that has ever lived; your idiom is the only idiom of its kind in all the existences, and if you cannot hear the sound of the genuine in you, you will all of your life spend your days on the ends of strings that somebody else pulls.'"
William Barber
Poor People's Campaign
Brian McLaren
Music created by Adam Powell of Best Friends Creative.
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