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 Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes and Ann Boyd

Psychologist and professor Chanequa Walker-Barnes talks with us about the importance of self-care for our spiritual well-being and why this matters for women academics.

By Jennifer L. Holberg and Ann Boyd

English professor and author Jennifer Holberg talks with us about the power of narrative, the ways story can shape our lives, and the joy of teaching.

By Amy L. Sherman and Jasmine Obeyesekere Fernando

Listen in on this fall book club interview as Women Scholars and Professionals book club host Jasmine Obeyesekere conducts an online discussion with author Amy L. Sherman where they discuss vocation, spiritual engagement, and personal congruence.

By Tish Harrison Warren and Ann Boyd

Anglican priest and author Tish Harrison Warren talks with us about the traditions of Advent and how to observe the season meaningfully in the midst of a busy time of year.

By Elizabeth Felicetti and Ann Boyd

Episcopal priest and author Elizabeth Felicetti talks with us about living a rich and generative life as a woman without children and the twenty-five women who have inspired her.

By Lynn Gill and Ann Boyd

Lynn Gill is a chemist, a scholar, and the recently-appointed Vice President for InterVarsity’s Graduate and Faculty Ministries. Listen in as we discuss her journey through academia, her moments of discernment, and the spiritual habits that have supported her along the way.

By Sandra L. Glahn and Ann Boyd

Professor and scholar Sandra Glahn talks with us about her research in Ephesian culture, the value of narrative in teaching, and the joy of learning.

By Kat Armas and Ann Boyd

Author and scholar Kat Armas shares ideas from her new devotional about our connection with earth, cosmos, nature, fellow humans, Scripture, and the liberating heart of God.