Irwyn Ince is the coordinator of the PCA’s Mission to North America (MNA), a council member of the Gospel Coalition, as well as the director of the Grace DC Institute for Cross Cultural Mission, which offers practical training for churches and other faith-based organizations on how to lead their congregations toward an intentionally multi-racial and multi-ethnic future. Ince is also the author of “The Beautiful Community: Unity, Diversity, and the Church at Its Best.”
Listen in and hear Dan and Irwyn’s candid and grace-filled conversation about race and diversity in both the church and workplace; and get a sneak peek at a project these two friends are working on together.
Get a copy of “The Beautiful Community” here.
Check out ICCM: https://gracedc.institute/
In this, our final episode of season 2, Dan chats with Dr. Timothy Persons, the chief scientist and one of the managing directors for the Government Accountability Office. We don’t often think about this part of the US government, but they do the essential behind the scenes work of offering scientific, economic, and sociological insight, oversight and foresight into all policies and laws put forward by Congress.
On this episode our guest is Ray Cortese, the self-professed “unspiritual” pastor who has spent over 40 years at the same small town church in Florida. Ray shares his own story of his life and call to ministry, and through it offers a candid testimony to all of us about the power of God to transform human ambition for His own purposes.
In this second segment of our two-part interview with former American Senator Jim Talent, Senator Talent and Dr. Doriani talk more broadly about the American political system, the role of citizens in a democracy, and what Christians ought to expect from their elected representatives.
In this, our last episode of season 3, Dan sits down with pastor and author Scott Sauls to talk about the role of leaders in these unprecedented times. Sauls encourages us to fix our eyes, not on our enemies or the controversy of the day, but on Jesus.
“The gospel is the anti-success message” – Dr. Joseph “Skip” Ryan. On our podcast we often get to hear stories of people who have had a lot of success in their work. While Dr. Ryan has had many successes in his work as a pastor and professor, he has also experienced some significant setbacks.