November 6, 2015 @ 06:04 pm by Jacqui Lewis
This episode of Just Faith on Shift by MSNBC.com features Grounded author Diana Butler Bass, Hand to God Broadway playwright (and bartender) Robert Askins, and Rev. Michael Livingston, Executive Minister of The Riverside Church. To watch all the segments, click here.
Author Diana Butler Bass talks to Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Ph.D. about looking for God everywhere, outside of churches and in daily life. Faith outside the box
Playwright Robert Askins wrote Broadway's Hand to God, an uproarious and provocative comedy about a shy student named Jason and his puppet. He reflects on how faith shapes his life and art.
The playwright behind 'Hand to God' Video: The playwright behind 'Hand to God'
Rev. Michael Livingston, former president of the National Council of Churches, has worked with justice movements all over the globe and talks about why this matters in faith.
Faith in social justice Video: Faith in social justice
'We are the Ones'
Rev. Jacqui Lewis offers her closing thoughts: "God is on the ground when YOU do an act of kindness and compassion; when you act for justice" and plays an inspirational music video from Middle Church.
'We are the Ones' Video: We Are the Ones
About This Blog
Jacqui Lewis and special guests discuss faith on Shift by msnbc.com.