Vito Aiuto is one half of the indie band Welcome Wagon, along with his wife Monique. He’s also the pastor of a church in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. On this episode, we talk about the parallel journeys he’s taken as an artist and a pastor, about working with Sufjan Stevens, and about a variety of challenges that pastors and Christians face in our world today.
On today's show, we cover a lot of ground, including Andy's story, empathy and the imagination, emotions and embodiment, and much, much more. Plus... this is just part one of two! We'll be back with more of Andy this week.
On today's show, our guest is Ekemini Uwan. A writer, speaker, and public theologian, Ekemini has written extensively on racism and the church. We'll hear about how she went from the business world to the academy, and from focusing on theology to focusing on race.
On this episode, we’ll talk about making records, about how she found herself making music – in spite of lots of pressure to do other things – about what it’s like to be an Arab-American touring around the country and playing music in Churches… and she’ll tell the craziest story you’ll hear on this season of Cultivated.
On today’s show, we’ll hear from Dr. Gregory Thornbury. He’s the president of the King’s College, and we’ll talk about where he comes from, his vision for Christians in the marketplace, his thoughts about what we call “cultural engagement, why he thinks CS Lewis may not have been such a big deal.
Alissa is a staff writer at Vox.com, where she covers film and pop culture. On today’s show, we’ll talk about Christians and movies, about what it means to be a critic, and what it means to a Christian writer in the mainstream media.
Today's guest is New York Times best-selling novelist Bret Lott. On today's show, he talks about faith and writing, Christians in the marketplace, and that time he got a life-changing phone call from Oprah.
On the premier episode of our newest podcast, Cultivated Conversations about Faith and Work, we're featuring Gabe Lyons, author, speaker, and founder of Qideas. Gabe talks about where he came from, why he started Qideas, and what he hopes to see from Christians in the marketplace in the years ahead.