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Steve Levitt, the iconoclastic University of Chicago economist and co-author of the Freakonomics book series, tracks down other high achievers and asks questions that only he would think to ask. Guests include all-time Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, WNBA champion Sue Bird, Operation Warp Speed chief Moncef Slaoui, and neuroscientist/actress Mayim Bialik. People I (Mostly) Admire is a production of the Freakonomics Radio Network.
 
Igniting Imagination is a podcast to spark the spirit within you, from Wesleyan Investive and Texas Methodist Foundation. We believe every movement for change starts with conversation. We hope the conversations in these episodes might invite you into new perspectives and possibilities, inspire you with an idea, give you insight about your next faithful step…and further equip you to engage in the conversations in your context that can lead to deep change. This season, we are sharing with you ...
 
How do we pursue hope and healing in the midst of personal and social brokenness? For Season 5 of the Love is Stronger than Fear podcast, you can look forward to hearing from filmmakers and authors and practitioners about FAITH and healing, DISABILITY and healing, SELF-CARE and healing, and how we can begin to REPAIR our social fabric. Begins September 7!
 
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In this episode, Caleb talks with Suzanne Stabile about her book, The Journey Toward Wholeness. Links Mentioned Suzanne Stabile The Journey Toward Wholeness by Suzanne Stabile The Enneagram Journey Podcast Life in the Trinity Ministry Episode 70 with Suzanne StabileBy Caleb Mason
 
Suzanne Stabile is a highly sought-after speaker, teacher, and internationally recognized Enneagram master teacher who has taught thousands of people over the last thirty years. She is the author of The Path Between Us, and coauthor, with Ian Morgan Cron, of The Road Back to You. She is also the creator and host of The Enneagram Journey podcast. Al…
 
The first of five muscles the church needs to strengthen in order to be fit, agile, and ready for God’s now is Grieving Well. Suzanne Stabile is well known as an expert on the Enneagram. This past year, she has done extensive work on grief and the Enneagram because she believes grieving in real time is so important in our world today. Suzanne offer…
 
In a society filled with disconnect and division, how can the Enneagram guide us toward compassionate living within our communities? Suzanne Stabile, teacher and author of numerous books, including The Journey Toward Wholeness, talks with Amy Julia Becker about the Enneagram’s identification of the nine different ways of seeing the world and the he…
 
“In some ways, we judge the story by the storyteller.” Colonialism corrupted the beautiful message of the Gospel when it forced Christianity on Indigenous people. The First Nations Version of the New Testament (FNV) seeks to remove those colonial barriers and present the beauty of Jesus’ story. Terry Wildman, lead translator and project manager of …
 
Lamar Hardwick (DMin, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary), also known as "the autism pastor," is the lead pastor at Tri-Cities Church in East Point, Georgia. He is the author of Epic Church and the best-selling I Am Strong: The Life and Journey of an Autistic Pastor. In 2014, after years of silently struggling with social anxiety and sensory proc…
 
Philip Yancey joins me this week on the podcast. We engage with his Memoir, Where the Light Fell. To quote Publisher’s Weekly, “One of today’s most celebrated Christian writers recounts his unexpected journey from a strict fundamentalist upbringing to a life of compassion and grace.” This is a must-read memoir and its release is rightly timed for t…
 
Everyone agrees that massive deforestation is an environmental disaster. But most of the standard solutions — scolding the Brazilians, invoking universal morality — ignore the one solution that might actually work. Originally released on Freakonomics Radio, Steve gives an update on what’s happened in the two years since this episode first ran.…
 
AJ Sherrill is back on the podcast! Our conversation revolves around contemplative prayer, as he has just written Being with God. As a spiritual director I get more questions about prayer than any other topic. Most of us, for most of our lives, pray one way and it’s the grocery list kind of prayer. “God, I need this and this, and I’d really like th…
 
He’s an M.I.T. cosmologist, physicist, and machine-learning expert, and once upon a time, almost an economist. Max and Steve continue their conversation about the existential threats facing humanity, and what Max is doing to mitigate our risk. The co-founder of the Future of Life Institute thinks that artificial intelligence can be the greatest thi…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks about what he's learning. Links Mentioned Montero by Lil Nas X GQ: Lil Nas X 'At first I felt a sense of responsibility. But now I just don't care' by Jamal Jordan The Undefeated: Why Lil Nas X's "Dead Right Now" is the song of the year by Damon Young New York Times: The Subversive Joy of Lil Nas X’s Gay Pop Stardom by …
 
The second of five muscles the church needs to strengthen in order to be fit, agile, and ready for God’s now is Discerning Purpose. Susan Beaumont is well known for her groundbreaking work in organizational leadership dynamics. She is a consultant, coach, author, spiritual director, and an ordained minister within the American Baptist Churches. She…
 
The Enneagram Daily Reflections series marches on today with enneagram 1, Juanita Rasmus! The show starts today with Juanita getting us all grounded before jumping into some good enneagram teaching and background on wings and stress and security. Then let's hear about how ones take care of themselves, and how we can better take care of them (tip 1:…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Skyler Roberson about the story behind his music career and his latest song, Homegrown. Links Mentioned Homegrown by Skyler Juan Homegrown Music Video Motivation is Homegrown Playlist AND Campaign Akron Chapter Launch Event Episode 18: Skyler Roberson Episode 35: Together Conference Episode 185: Justin Giboney…
 
Black literature powerfully expands our theological imaginations. Danté Stewart, writer, speaker, and author of Shoutin’ in the Fire, talks with Amy Julia Becker about literature, theology, Black Jesus, and finding beauty and faith free from traditions bound to white spaces. Giveaway: We’re giving away a copy of Shoutin’ in the Fire. To enter, comp…
 
Dr. Heather Thompson Day is an interdenominational speaker and has been a contributor for Religion News Service, Christianity Today, Newsweek and the Barna Group. She is also the host of Viral Jesus, a podcast with Christianity Today. Heather is an Associate Professor of Communication at Andrews University. She is passionate about supporting women,…
 
My guest on the podcast this week is Alice Fryling. She is a spiritual director and author. She and her husband worked with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for over fifty years and she has taught Enneagram workshops as well as written on the Enneagram in her book, Mirror for the Soul. This week we speak with her about an important topic and the f…
 
How likely is it that this conversation is happening in more than one universe? Should we worry more about Covid or about nuclear war? Is economics a form of “intellectual prostitution?” Steve discusses these questions, and more, with Max, an M.I.T cosmologist, physicist, and machine-learning expert — who was once almost an economist. He also tells…
 
Jeffrey Bilbro (PhD, Baylor University) is the editor-in-chief of Front Porch Republic and associate professor of English at Grove City College. He is also the author of Loving God's Wildness: The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature and Virtues of Renewal: Wendell Berry's Sustainable Forms, and coauthor (with Jack Baker) of …
 
I’m delighted to have award-winning songwriter, recording artist, poet, author, activist and podcast host, Carrie Newcomer, back on Faith Conversations. Carrie has a new album and book of Poetry out titled Until Now. She is a great conversationalist and we get to enjoy some live music and poetry reading by Carrie on the podcast. I am a fan of her s…
 
He’s a pioneer of using randomized control experiments in economics — studying the long-term benefits of a $1 health intervention in Africa. Steve asks Edward, a Berkeley professor, about Africa’s long-term economic prospects, and how a parking-ticket-scandal in New York City led to a major finding on corruption around the world.…
 
Suzanne traveled to Tennessee in September 2021 for an incredible Enneagram Stances workshop. The questions asked were fantastic, but we didn't have enough time to answer them all, so Joel tucked the cards away in the ol' backpack and broke them out for today's episode of TEJ podcast! Resentment and the dependent stance. What about the other 2 stan…
 
You’re listening to Igniting Imagination, a podcast to spark the spirit within you from Wesleyan Investive and Texas Methodist Foundation. This season, we are sharing conversations about the five adaptive muscles the church must strengthen to be fit, agile, and ready for God’s now. For more information about these muscles, visit tmf-fdn.org/leaders…
 
John H. Walton (PhD, Hebrew Union College) is professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School. Previously he was professor of Old Testament at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago for twenty years. Some of Walton's books include The Lost World of Adam and Eve, The Lost World of Scripture, The Lost World of Genesis One, Ancient Near Ea…
 
Ashley Hales (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is a writer, speaker, and host of the Finding Holy podcast. She is the author of Finding Holy in the Suburbs and her writing has been featured in Christianity Today, Books & Culture, and The Gospel Coalition. Ashley is married to a pastor and the mother to four children. Episode Talking Points: Resources:…
 
Suzanne Stabile is back with me on the podcast and it’s all things Enneagram! She has written a new book titled The Journey Toward Wholeness: Enneagram Wisdom for Stress, Balance, and Transformation. Her focus is on the three centers of intelligence: thinking, feeling, and doing. Suzanne’s contention is that when we learn to manage these centers in…
 
Playing notes on her piano, she demonstrates for Steve why whole numbers sound pleasing, why octaves are mathematically imperfect, and how math underlies musical composition. Sarah, a professor at the University of London and Gresham College, also talks with Steve about the gender gap in mathematics and why being interested in everything can be a p…
 
Rich Villodas is the Brooklyn-born lead pastor of New Life Fellowship, a large multiracial church with more than seventy-five countries represented in Elmhurst, Queens. Rich holds a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. He enjoys reading widely, preaching and writing on contemplative spirituality, justice-related matters, and the a…
 
You’re listening to Igniting Imagination, a podcast to spark the spirit within you from Wesleyan Investive and Texas Methodist Foundation. This season, we are sharing conversations about the five adaptive muscles the church must strengthen to be fit, agile, and ready for God’s now. For more information about these muscles, visit tmf-fdn.org/leaders…
 
There may not be a workshop or podcast that exists where Suzanne doesn't bring up The Soul of Shame. So it is long overdue that the author, Curt Thompson, enneagram four, joins the show! With a considerable dose of warmth (and surprising measure of humor), Curt weaves together an understanding of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) and a Christian vi…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks about what he's been learning. Links Mentioned The Village Network At Your Best by Carey Nieuwhof Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast Episode 440: John Mark Comer The Best There Is At What He Does: Examining Chris Claremont's X-Men by Jason Powell Sharon Hodde Miller QuoteBy Caleb Mason
 
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