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.

Sometimes a "good" thing is not always the best thing, and this can even be the case when serving others. William invites Wesley Furlong to Servecast to discuss Wesley's new book, Smart Compassion: How to Stop “Doing” Outreach and Start Making Change. In this episode, Wesley shares  his journey to smart compassion and advocates for being present to others in ways that encourage reciprocity and affirm dignity. In his book, he calls Christians to embody the love of God through healing presence, radical hospitality, and collective empowerment.

Click here to learn more about Wesley Furlong.

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Dr. William Kamm, Lee University's Director of Graduate Studies in Education, joins Servecast and recounts his time as a school administrator, his first class at Lee University, and the time someone refused to speak to him in the dining hall. Along with William and Tyler, they discuss the importance of teacher figures and the transformational possibilities inherent in every honest conversation.

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Following his talk in Lee University chapel, Lee alum and entrepreneur, Paul Rankin, joins William and Tyler in Studio 22 to discuss a Christian’s call to excellence.

Click here to see Paul’s full chapel address.

 

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In this episode of "William Gone Rogue," William reminds listeners of the importance of answering calls, even if it is inconvenient. At times, God speaks in unique ways. Are you listening? 

 

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William interviews Mr. Beecher Hunter, the President of Life Care Centers of America. Together, they discuss the Biblical mandate for service, the importance of senior care, the mutual value of intergenerational relationships, and the impact of students visiting senior care facilities.

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