Closing the distance is possible if the chasm of the heart opens up toward the other. We are all facing incredible challenges during this Coronavirus pandemic, but not all of our challenges are the same. Join Steve Hanamura (president of Hanamura Consulting, Inc and author, coach and speaker) and Jimi Calhoun (author, ethicist, and musician) as they dialogue with New Wine’s director Dr. Paul Louis Metzger concerning today’s reality of social and spacial distancing. This clip from our New Wine Tastings episode is crucial to the dialogue of equity and access.
Dr. Gary Ferngren of Oregon State University joins Dr. Paul Louis Metzger on this clip from New Wine Tastings. We reached out to Dr. Ferngren, who is a professor of history, to discuss the subject of religion and science in view of the Coronavirus pandemic. The relation of the Christian faith and medical science historically has import for us today.
Paul Lyda is the Senior Chaplain of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and a New Wine Advisory Council member. Formerly, he served as a pastor at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Beaverton. Listen in as he and Dr. Paul Louis Metzger discuss his work in responding to people’s needs in the face of the Coronavirus. This is the full episode addressing essentials of ministry in connecting relationally with people in the face of the Coronavirus.
Dr. Paul Louis Metzger interviews Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist, a professor in the Department of Political Science, a director of the Climate Center, and an associate in the Public Health program of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Texas Tech University. Dr. Hayhoe is recognized as one of the nation’s leading climate scientists, the author of A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions, and the recipient of the Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication.
New Wine Director Dr. Paul Louis Metzger recently interviewed Clint Birkeland, who has agreed to serve as the New Wine, New Wineskins Student Ministry Coordinator. Clint will be helping to provide leadership to Multnomah University and Multnomah Biblical Seminary students who desire to expand their capacity to incorporate New Wine values into their lives, work, and ministry ventures at church and beyond. We at New Wine are excited that Clint will be serving in this way!
We are called to be both citizens of heaven (Phil 3:20) and citizens of nations here on earth (Rom 13:1). However, at times the ideals of these two forms of citizenship clash and we are left with a choice as to how to conduct our lives. This is not an easy question.
Bringing Home New Wine: Sharing the Successes and Failures of My Attempt to Get My Local Church Drunk on New Wine
By CJ Young One of the difficulties we all face in being a leader in a local church is how to encourage movement from professed […]