With so little hope, it feels like a good time to share a little light.
As a professor of world religions, one of my favorite parts of the semester is inviting guest practitioners into my classroom to meet and connect with students. These speakers having visited my courses for years, arriving from different religious and spiritual traditions, generously sharing their lived faith experiences with eager college students. And now, COVID has nudged me and many teachers to get creative with our lesson plans. I’m bringing our guest practitioners virtually to students–and YOU!–through a new podcast called, “Array of Faith.”
Learn more at arrayoffaith.org.