Learning from Gardner C. Taylor

In this episode, Jared Alcantara dives into the legacy of Gardner C. Taylor, who has been called “the dean of the nation’s black preachers” and “the poet laurate of the pulpit.” In exploring Talyor’s own backstory and unique ability to preach in varying and diverse contexts across racial, ethnic, ecclesial, and national lines, Alcantara elaborates on why it is so important for those in ministry to study Taylor’s preaching today.

Learning from Gardner C. Taylor

Addiction and Pastoral Care

Sonia Waters discusses the complexities of providing pastoral care to those struggling with addiction and opens a conversation about the theological and spiritual implications of addiction. 

 

Addiction and Pastoral Care

The Pastor in a Secular Age

Drawing deeply from Charles Taylor’s philosophical work, Andrew Root considers what ministry and the role of pastors, in particular, look like in a “secular age” – an age where belief is an option. 

The Pastor in a Secular Age

Welcome to Season 3

Shari Oosting and Dayle Rounds welcome you back to The Distillery for Season 3. This summer we will explore apocalyptic literature, ministry in a secular age, making decisions at the end of life, and more. Season 3 begins July 19, 2020.

Welcome to Season 3

Mary, Mother of God

In this podcast episode, Matthew Milliner uses art history to explore the many things Protestants stand to learn from Mary.

Mary, Mother of God

Mission History in the Arab Renaissance

In this podcast episode, Deanna Ferree Womack claims that mission must be about living the Christian faith.

Mission History in the Arab Renaissance