Steven Harris has a resume that could fill this screen, including positions at prestigious institutions you may recognize like Harvard and Georgetown, but I was first introduced to him as the guy who helped my friends and I carry our luggage after a late-night flight to D.C. As the Senior Director of Academic Programs at the Center on Faith + Justice at Georgetown University, Steven hosted about 30 seminarians, activists, practitioners, and clergy members as we explored this intersection of faith and justice as it pertains to our own contexts and formation. In this episode, we talk about how to navigate politics, public policy, faith as Christians pragmatically and at on the high levels.
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The Acts of the Apostles in The Message
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