There will be a significant number of life’s broken
eggs filling up the basket on your journey and mine. What will they become?
Nancy Sollenberger Heishman, director of the Office of Ministry for the Church of the Brethren, shares her recent article from Messenger magazine.
Nancy Miner plays piano.
In this pandemic, nearly everyone is feeling loss in some way. Walt Wiltschek, pastor of the Easton Church of the Brethren, discusses allowing space to grieve in this episode of Messenger radio.
Wendy McFadden, publisher for the Church of the Brethren, reads her poem "Waiting," from the May 2020 issue of Messenger magazine. Nancy Miner plays the piano and Monica McFadden provides the introduction.
In the final episode of the Capstone series, we talk to Eric, a young adult from the Navajo reservation in New Mexico. He did something pretty radical—he decided to transplant his life for a bit, work at Capstone Community Gardens, and learn about beekeeping.
Produced by Monica McFadden. Music by Miller Kines
Land rights struggles, forging relationships in a tense racial climate, and a whole array of volunteers—this is the second part of Nathan Hosler’s interview with David Young of Capstone Community Gardens, and these are some of the elements that make up the day-to-day life at Capstone. Find out how in the latest episode from the Office of Public Witness.
Produced by Monica McFadden. Music by Miller Kines.