Servecast Dr. William Lamb invites students, educators, and community advocates to Studio 22 to explore ways individuals and communities can be agents of change for good.

LeeU Students Cana Cooper and Olivia Webb of Webb Writing Company sit down with William in Studio22 to tell their stories and talk about their experience in local jail ministry.

 

Expectant by LeeU Worship  

Music by Bensound

Ginger Robinson and Chris Schelich from U-Turn institute, join Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 to discuss equipping people to share their stories, making a difference in the lives of others.

Links:

uturninstitute.org

Our Only World by Wendell Berry

Overcome by LeeU Worship

Music by Bensound

Heather Ryerson and Rachel Lovingood of Hands and Feet Ministries as well as Dr. Jake Stum, Special Projects Manager of City Fields, join Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 to discuss their stories of getting involved in local service, missions, and Community Development.

 

Links:

 

City Fields

 

Expectant by LeeU Worship

 

Music by Bensound

On this episode of Servecast, Dr. Terry Cross (Dean of the School of Religion at LeeU) and Dr. Rickie Moore (Associate Dean of the School of Religion at LeeU) join Dr. Lamb and Co-Host Christian Schweer live in the Dixon Center to discuss Skepticism and Criticism. 

Music By Bensound

Jeremy Isaacs, Lead Pastor of Canton Church, joins Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 to discuss calling, ministry, accountability, leadership, and friendship.

 

Links:

 

Toxic Soul by Jeremy Isaacs and Jason Isaacs

 

Music by Bensound

 

Fill My Cup by LeeU Worship

Drew Moser, Dean of Experiential Learning & Associate Professor of Higher Education at Taylor University joins Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 to discuss calling, restfulness, and doing the next right thing.

Links:

 

Ready Or Not by Drew Moser & Jess Fankhauser

Twitter

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Hope is Rising by LeeU Worship

 

Music by Bensound

Join Dr. Lamb in this episode as he discusses ministry legacy and heritage with the father-son duo, Torrey Herrin, Pastor of The Bridge Community Church in Canton, GA and Noah Herrin, College Pastor at North Cleveland COG in Cleveland, TN.

 

Links:

Noah Herrin’s Social Media: Instagram

                                         Twitter

Torrey Herin’s Social Media: Twitter

 

Fill My Cup by LeeU Worship

 

Music by Bensound

 

 

Dr. Harold Bare, Lead Pastor of Covenant Church in Charlottesville, VA, and LeeU Campus Pastor Rob Fultz join Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 to discuss Cultural Diversity in the Church.

 

7 Maxims:

  1. You do not have to be like people to like people.
  2. Live bigger than your own culture.
  3. Missions is the DNA of our faith, not just a weekend event.
  4. Educate yourself about those around you.
  5. Treat People Equally without regard.
  6. Integrate diversity into your leadership culture and discipleship process.
  7. Never measure yourself by your losses.

 

Links:

Contact Dr. Bare : pastorbare@convenantchurch.net

Dr. Bare’s Books: bareseyeview.com

Seasons of Calling w/ Rob Fultz

Engendering Equality w/ Casey Cole

Move by LeeU Worship

Music by Bensound

School of Religion Instructor Casey Cole Joins Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 to discuss resilience, getting through the storms of life, and being brave in faith.

 

Links:

How to Survive a shipwreck by Jonathan Martin https://goo.gl/cbVVm5

Grit by Angela Duckworth https://goo.gl/kJm9TV

Music by Bensound

Reflection Song: Move by LeeU Worship

 

 

To join the conversation, email servecast22@gmail.com.

William invites Second Life's Jerry Redmond and Lilly Feliz to Studio 22 to tackle the challenging topic of human trafficking. In this episode, Jerry, Lilly, and William address the epidemic of human trafficking, the causes and risks involved in the conflict, as well as methods to spot and help those facing this injustice.

Links:

To join the conversation, email servecast22@gmail.com.

Click here for more information on Second Life Tennessee.

Click to view @secondlifetn on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook or call at 423-994-4857.

Music by bensound

Reflection song: Say Amen by Lee University Singers

This episode was recorded on December 6th, 2018.

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