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Vocation and the Common Good

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A podcast featuring a variety of Christians whose vocational pursuits have led to meaningful contributions to culture and the common good. Brought to you by New City Commons and hosted by Philip Lorrish

Latest Episodes

Philip Lorish

In today's episode, the last of the series, we conclude the VCG podcast by having Mike Cosper interview the host of Vocation & the Common Good, Philip Lorish, who describes what drew him to the issue of the church's place in the culture. Together, Mike and Philip discuss the current state of ethics and the implications for Christians seeking to be a faithful presence in the marketplace.

36 MIN2018 MAR 15
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Philip Lorish

Max Anderson

Today’s guest is with Max Anderson, co-founder of Saturn Five, a start-up studio based in Denver and Austin, founder of the Weekend Reader, a weekly newsletter covering a wide variety of topics, and a Venture Partner at Praxis Labs. Our conversation centers around the idea of technology and lack of critical thinking we as a culture apply to the implications of the ways digital technology increasingly shapes our lives.

31 MIN2018 MAR 8
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Max Anderson

Dr. Maurice Wallace

In this episode, Dr. Maurice Wallace, Associate Professor of English at the University of Virginia and Associate Director of the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies, describes what it's like for him to have had "one vocation and two jobs." Until recently, he was both university professor and pastor of a local congregation outside of Durham, NC. In Maurice's view, the demands placed upon pastors by most congregations make the possibilities of true bi-vocational ministry increasingly rare. And yet, this interview with Maurice shows how a life lived between "church" and "academy" can be a faithful response to the call of God. Show Credits: Produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group for New City Commons Recorded, Edited and Mixed by TJ Hester Music from the Porter's Gate Worship Project - https://www.portersgateworship.com/ Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

31 MIN2018 MAR 1
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Dr. Maurice Wallace

Nicole Baker Fulgham

In this episode, Nicole Baker Fulgham discusses her efforts to remove the education achievement gap in America and the role the church can play in this vital effort. Nicole is founder and CEO of The Expectations Project, an advocacy organization addressing education inequality by resourcing churches and faith communities as they support their local public schools. Recently, Nicole was named one of the top 50 women leaders influencing American culture by Christianity Today. Show Credits: Produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group for New City Commons Recorded and Edited by TJ Hester Mixed by Mark Owens Music from the Porter's Gate Worship Project - https://www.portersgateworship.com/ Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

20 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Nicole Baker Fulgham

Grace Nicolette

In this episode, Grace Nicolette talks with Philip Lorish about her community, her growing sense of vocation, and the possibilities of Christian faithfulness in our time. Grace is the Vice President of Programming and External Relations at The Center for Effective Philanthropy, based in Cambridge, MA. In 2011, Grace was named a Young Global Leader by The World Economic Forum as a result of co-founding The Social Venture Group in Shanghai. Today’s show was produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group. It was recorded and edited by TJ Hester It was mixed by Mark Owens Our music comes from the Porter’s Gate Worship Project Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

35 MIN2018 FEB 15
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Grace Nicolette

Isaac Wardell

In this episode, Isaac Wardell talks with Philip Lorish about his vocation as a church musician, his work with Porter's Gate music, and the role the church has to play in vocational formation. You can learn more about The Porter's Gate at https://www.portersgateworship.com Today's show was produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group. It was recorded and edited by TJ Hester It was mixed by Mark Owens Our music comes from the Porter's Gate Worship Project Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

37 MIN2018 FEB 8
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Isaac Wardell

Tish Harrison Warren

An interview with Tish Harrison Warren, author of Liturgy of the Ordinary and priest within the Anglican Church

38 MIN2018 JAN 31
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Tish Harrison Warren

Victor Boutros

An interview with Victor Boutros, founding director of the Human Trafficking Institute.

34 MIN2018 JAN 31
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Victor Boutros

James Davison Hunter

Philip Lorish interviews James Davison Hunter about themes from his 2007 book, To Change the World, and implications for those themes in today's world.

42 MIN2018 JAN 31
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James Davison Hunter
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Latest Episodes

Philip Lorish

In today's episode, the last of the series, we conclude the VCG podcast by having Mike Cosper interview the host of Vocation & the Common Good, Philip Lorish, who describes what drew him to the issue of the church's place in the culture. Together, Mike and Philip discuss the current state of ethics and the implications for Christians seeking to be a faithful presence in the marketplace.

36 MIN2018 MAR 15
Comments
Philip Lorish

Max Anderson

Today’s guest is with Max Anderson, co-founder of Saturn Five, a start-up studio based in Denver and Austin, founder of the Weekend Reader, a weekly newsletter covering a wide variety of topics, and a Venture Partner at Praxis Labs. Our conversation centers around the idea of technology and lack of critical thinking we as a culture apply to the implications of the ways digital technology increasingly shapes our lives.

31 MIN2018 MAR 8
Comments
Max Anderson

Dr. Maurice Wallace

In this episode, Dr. Maurice Wallace, Associate Professor of English at the University of Virginia and Associate Director of the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies, describes what it's like for him to have had "one vocation and two jobs." Until recently, he was both university professor and pastor of a local congregation outside of Durham, NC. In Maurice's view, the demands placed upon pastors by most congregations make the possibilities of true bi-vocational ministry increasingly rare. And yet, this interview with Maurice shows how a life lived between "church" and "academy" can be a faithful response to the call of God. Show Credits: Produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group for New City Commons Recorded, Edited and Mixed by TJ Hester Music from the Porter's Gate Worship Project - https://www.portersgateworship.com/ Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

31 MIN2018 MAR 1
Comments
Dr. Maurice Wallace

Nicole Baker Fulgham

In this episode, Nicole Baker Fulgham discusses her efforts to remove the education achievement gap in America and the role the church can play in this vital effort. Nicole is founder and CEO of The Expectations Project, an advocacy organization addressing education inequality by resourcing churches and faith communities as they support their local public schools. Recently, Nicole was named one of the top 50 women leaders influencing American culture by Christianity Today. Show Credits: Produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group for New City Commons Recorded and Edited by TJ Hester Mixed by Mark Owens Music from the Porter's Gate Worship Project - https://www.portersgateworship.com/ Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

20 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Nicole Baker Fulgham

Grace Nicolette

In this episode, Grace Nicolette talks with Philip Lorish about her community, her growing sense of vocation, and the possibilities of Christian faithfulness in our time. Grace is the Vice President of Programming and External Relations at The Center for Effective Philanthropy, based in Cambridge, MA. In 2011, Grace was named a Young Global Leader by The World Economic Forum as a result of co-founding The Social Venture Group in Shanghai. Today’s show was produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group. It was recorded and edited by TJ Hester It was mixed by Mark Owens Our music comes from the Porter’s Gate Worship Project Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

35 MIN2018 FEB 15
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Grace Nicolette

Isaac Wardell

In this episode, Isaac Wardell talks with Philip Lorish about his vocation as a church musician, his work with Porter's Gate music, and the role the church has to play in vocational formation. You can learn more about The Porter's Gate at https://www.portersgateworship.com Today's show was produced by Mike Cosper and the Narrativo Group. It was recorded and edited by TJ Hester It was mixed by Mark Owens Our music comes from the Porter's Gate Worship Project Learn more about New City Commons at http://newcitycommons.com/

37 MIN2018 FEB 8
Comments
Isaac Wardell

Tish Harrison Warren

An interview with Tish Harrison Warren, author of Liturgy of the Ordinary and priest within the Anglican Church

38 MIN2018 JAN 31
Comments
Tish Harrison Warren

Victor Boutros

An interview with Victor Boutros, founding director of the Human Trafficking Institute.

34 MIN2018 JAN 31
Comments
Victor Boutros

James Davison Hunter

Philip Lorish interviews James Davison Hunter about themes from his 2007 book, To Change the World, and implications for those themes in today's world.

42 MIN2018 JAN 31
Comments
James Davison Hunter
the END
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