In this week's A New Thing, a podcast about new faith communities, Jason Evans interviews David -in perfect This American Life style- about the missional implications of Christ On the Psych Ward. If you are interested in new expressions of church, or simply need to reminded where God is at work in the first place, do yourself a favor and listen to this episode.
Carla and David discuss Shusako Endo’s novel Silence. The conversation touches on mental health, the silence of God and the paradox of weakness.
David talks story telling, pastoral care and the actors studio on Crackers and Grape Juice! This is an essential listen for anyone who feels compelled to break stigma and model vulnerability in faith communities.
What does God, depression and cuban cigars have in common? They are all topics in this episode of A Jew And A Gentile Walk Into A Bar...Mitzvah! From the website: "He's a mensch and a Methodist, so he gets two thumbs up from each of us."
On this episode of Now We're Talkin' w/Doug Pagitt!, Doug reviews Christ On The Psych Ward, including an interview with David co-lead by Mike Stavlund, author of A Force of Will: Reshaping Faith In A Year Of Grief.
The video below was taken on the eve of the March For Our Lives Rally at a student town hall hosted by Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church in Washington, DC. The conversation addresses mental illness, gun violence and breaking stigma.