On our final episode, Kayla sits down with Pastor Thorpe. Pastor Thorpe is our area Assemblies of God Presbyter who came to America on a ministry exchange a few years back. Pastor Thorpe shares with us his experiences and wisdom. We are sure you will enjoy this final episode of the mini-series!
In this episode, Kayla has a conversation with Wes and Manon Phelps. The two met as missionaries in Africa. Wes was born and raised in America while Manon is from the Netherlands. Wes and Manon share their experiences with communicating with people of vastly different cultures and even share some unique customs that you may find in these cultures.
Today, Kayla sits down with Marcus Fuchs, an international business investor. Marcus was born in Canada and has since lived in multiple different countries around the world. Marcus brings us a unique perspective on communicating with people of different cultures in a business setting.
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In this episode, Kayla sits down with Tatenda and Erika Ushendibaba. Tatenda is from Zimbabwe, Africa and his wife, Erika, is from the United States. The two share their experiences getting into a relationship with someone of a different culture and the cultural barriers they had to overcome to build trust and a lasting relationship.
Today, we have a beloved Chi Alpha Alumni, Atchya Lopresti. She and Kayla met during their years in college and hit it off almost immediately. Atchya shares with us her raw experiences communicating with a different culture. Though the experiences may have been challenging, Atchya gained much wisdom and advice for people to learn while communicating across cultures.
Our first guest in the cross-cultural communications mini-series is Jeeva. She is an India native and faithful member of Erie First Assembly. Jeeva brings us much wisdom on what it means to communicate with grace and understanding with people of different cultures.
In this episode, Eric shakes things up by taking a behind the scenes look into the latest XA Sermon—The Shoes of Peace. Bri shares some insights into what sermon prepping looked like and drops some more nuggets of truth about peace.
If you missed Thursday's sermon or want to hear it again, it will be available to watch on YouTube (Edinboro Chi Alpha) and to listen on podcasts (Edinboro Chi Alpha Sermons) starting Tuesday, November 24.
*this interview was done over Zoom, so we apologize for any disruptions in the audio
In this episode, Kayla sits down with a few student leaders to talk about last night's sermon. They discuss their biggest takeaways, how they will apply the teaching to their life, what they do when it's hard to put on the Breastplate of Righteousness, and more.
If you missed Thursday's sermon or want to hear it again, it will be available to watch on YouTube (Edinboro Chi Alpha) and to listen on podcasts (Edinboro Chi Alpha Sermons) starting Tuesday, November 17.
*Special episode of the Chi Alpha Leadership Podcast*
In this episode, Kayla sits down with TJ to ask some questions about the Breastplate of Righteousness. Join us in this special pre-XA episode to get some foundational information before Chi Alpha on Thursday.
Welcome back to the Chi Alpha Leadership Podcast! In this episode, Ally and Cody answer questions from Thursday Night's sermon on the Belt of Truth.
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If you missed Thursday's sermon or want to hear it again, it will be available to watch on YouTube (Edinboro Chi Alpha) and to listen on podcasts (Edinboro Chi Alpha Sermons) starting Tuesday, November 10.
In this weeks podcast, Matt & Jonathan discuss the questions, “Why does it seem like God is the God of wrath in the OT and a God of love in the NT?” And “Why does God allow pain and suffering in the world?”