S4E8: “Faith Without Works is Dead(ly)” with Dr. Mallory Wyckoff
S4E8: “Faith Without Works is Dead(ly)” with Dr. Mallory WyckoffWednesday, June 3, 2020PreacHer PodcastPreacHer: Dr. Mallory WyckoffSummary: If you’ve ever read the book of James, you know that the author makes a strong case for practicing what you preach, putting your money where your mouth is, letting your actions speak louder than your words. And the thing is, all those deeply-held convictions that never materialize in tangible action are dangerous. Faith without works isn’t just dead--it’s deadly. It’s poisonous and tricky and can lull us into a state of being half-asleep where we think our thinking alone is enough. It’s not. But let’s put our thinking minds and loving hearts together to figure out how and where to channel our faith and convictions in acts of love that Just. Might. Change. The. World. Resources + Social Media Handles:Faith and Culture Center (where Mallory is the executive director)The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness by Rhonda V. MageeAll of Jen Hale Christy’s LinksWhat to do next:Join our monthly letter listJoin our Patreon CommunityShare this episode! Connect with JenShouts of gratitude to our patron partners!Sarah P, Lauren R, Mark F, Dave H, Steve G, Sheila B, Tom BSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/jenhalechristy)
In this week’s episode Patrick interviews Mallory Wyckoff, executive director of faith and culture center, professor, and because it’s 2020, a native Floridian. Listen up as she describes the work it takes to make neighbors out of next-door strangers, and lessons learned from being both an actual parent, and a spiritual director.
In today's spiritual life podcast, Sara talks to Dr. Thema Bryant Davis and Dr. Mallory Wyckoff about the relation of sexuality to our spiritual lives, in particular, purity culture and the impact of sexual trauma on survivors' theological perception and spiritual formation. This podcast has advice and significance for every listener out there! Listen in as Dr. Thema and Dr. Mallory discuss the spiritual life as an embodied spiritual journey filled with study, the arts, ministry, worship, therapy, spiritual direction, and healing.