Means of Grace: Stories Along The Journey - MOG Ep. No. 87
Means of Grace: Stories Along The Journey - Episode No. 87
This week we are hosting a guest episode for Stories Along the Journey, a podcast by the Appalachian District. In this episode, Gloria Hughes and Lory Beth Huffman have a conversation with author, activist, and speaker, Shane Claiborne about how he passionately lives out the gospel message of love. His advocacy has led him to spend time with Mother Teresa in Calcutta and founded The Simple Way in Philadelphia. Shane heads up Red Letter Christians, which is a movement of folks who are committed to living “as if Jesus meant the things he said.” His passion to end the death penalty and help stop gun violence is providing a platform for the healing of the families who have lost a loved one to gun violence.
This is the second episode in a four-episode series the Appalachian District is hosting on hard conversations. Be sure to follow Stories Along the Journey to go back and listen to episode one and to be sure you don't miss episodes two and three. You can follow Stories Along the Journey wherever you get your podcasts or by using the link in our show notes below.
Shane’s latest book: Beating Guns: Hope for People who are weary of violence can be found on Amazon or other book sellers.
Shane's website is shaneclaiborne.com
Follow Shane on Facebook: facebook.com/ShaneClaiborne
Listen to Stories Along the Journey wherever you get your podcasts or at https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/storiesalongthejourney
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