Rank #1: We launched a new podcast! // Be Still and Go: Meditations for the Movement
Be Still and Go is a new podcast from The Riverside Church, a daily digital devotional for the season of Lent that invites you to reflect on a text or a theme so that you can be refilled and refueled for the work of love and justice that you are called to do. And this work is not a sprint. Take a moment and do your stretches because we’re in this for the whole marathon. Find out more and listen to episodes at www.trcnyc.org/BeStillAndGo.
Rank #2: Episode 20: Leaving It All Behind
George Mekhail had a high paying job and a great church community. Then he left it all. Listen to George tell his story about walking away from his church and job in search of something more fulfilling and more true to his identity and beliefs.
Rank #3: Episode 19: Faith in Public Life
LaShawn Warren grew up in Savannah, Georgia and experienced racism at a young age. This event impacted the decisions she made regarding her career as an attorney. Listen to LaShawn's story of embracing her role as advocate, activist, and attorney.
Rank #4: Special Episode: Las Vegas
A special (and short) reflection on finding anything sacred in the story of the Las Vegas shootings.
Rank #5: Episode 18: Am I Doing This Right?
Rick O'Keefe is a father, doctor, and resident of New York City. In each of these roles, he wasn't always sure that he was doing things the way they were supposed to be done. Listen to his story of self-discovery and development from his days in medical school to where he's at in life now.
Rank #6: Subway Liturgy Fall Promo
The new season of Subway Liturgy is coming!
Rank #7: Ep 17: Do I Belong Here?
Kurt Karandy set out to achieve his dream of earning a PhD. After years of hard work, he was admitted into the top school in America. However, getting into the place you want to be and actually believing that you belong there are two different things entirely. Kurt's story helps us explore what imposter syndrome looks like and what we can do to overcome it.
Rank #8: Ep 16: A Love Letter to My Children
Clarence Anderson raised two daughters in New York City. The challenges of raising two kids in the largest city in the country didn't stop him from trying to be the best dad that he could be. Listen to Clarence talk about what it was like to raise his daughters in NYC and reflect on his hopes and dreams for them as they try to make it in the Big Apple for themselves.
Rank #9: Ep 15: I'm Not Afraid
Michael Livingston experienced a tremendous loss when his brother died. What Michael did afterwards changed his life forever- he decided that he wasn't going to be afraid of anything anymore. In a time of uncertainty for so many people in our country, Michael's story gives us hope and teaches us an important lesson on how not to give into our fears.
Rank #10: Ep 14: I'll Be There For You
Anna Meyer's world changed dramatically when her father was diagnosed with cancer. Her dad's battle with the disease and what happened after his death further shaped Anna's thoughts on what it means to be there for other people and what it takes to build community.