Podcasts

Join us for conversations in which we seek to give voice to women living into their God-given callings and serving as redeeming influences in the academy and beyond.

By Caroline Triscik and Grace P. Cho

Listen in on our interview with writer and editor Grace P. Cho as we discuss holding space to encounter Jesus in suffering, embracing identity, and accepting God's invitation in our lives.

By Donna Barber and Caroline Triscik

Join us for a conversation with educator and youth advocate Donna Barber as we discuss her newly released book and the need to cling to Jesus in the midst of pursuing justice. 

By Kathleen Cahalan and Jasmine Obeyesekere Fernando

Listen in on an exclusive peek into our book club during the final online discussion with author and professor Kathleen Cahalan on Calling All Years Good.

By Aundi Kolber and Caroline Triscik

Join us for a conversation with author and therapist Aundi Kolber about her newly released book and how we can learn to learn to love ourselves as beloved ones of Christ. 

By Caroline Triscik and Sheila Wise Rowe

Join us for a conversation with counselor and author Sheila Wise Rowe as we discuss her recent book on racial trauma and the tools she recommends for individual and corporate healing.

By Karen Hice Guzmán and Amanda W. Benckhuysen

Join us for a conversation with author and Biblical scholar Amanda W. Benckhuysen as we discuss her new book in which she explores scholarship written by women over several centuries and considers its implications for Biblical interpretation.

By Rachael Denhollander and Caroline Triscik

Listen in as WAP associate Caroline Triscik interviews attorney, advocate, educator, and survivor Rachael Denhollander. In this conversation, we discuss Rachael's courage, vision, and purpose behind her bold activism in encouraging our culture to listen to the voices of sexual abuse survivors to bring justice and systemic change.

By Michelle Reyes and Caroline Triscik

Join us for a conversation with author and activist Dr. Michelle Reyes as we discuss her journey from academia into incarnational ministry, her studies in German folklore and its relevance to her daily work, and her vision for narrative justice in the world.

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