Welcome to Episode 33 of the Antioch Podcast, a podcast about learning to lead in the multiethnic church. Today we return to our series on Sandra Maria VanOpstal’s book The Next Worship: Glorifying God in a Diverse World. For those of you who have already purchased a copy of The Next Worship, you may have picked up on this already. If you haven’t purchased a copy of Sandra Maria Van Opstal’s book, you can do so here by clicking on the link provided in the shownotes of this episode.
Leading the discussion of Chapter three – Food Fights: Reconciliation in Worship, is Rev. Shannon Jammal-Hollemans. Shannon is a Collaborative Program Developer for the Christian Reformed Church in North America. She serves in the Offices of Faith Formation, Social Justice and Race Relations. She is a married mother of three with a Master of Divinity from Calvin Theological Seminary. Shannon was ordained by Oakdale Park CRC for her work with the denomination in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The Church’s One Foundation
Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow
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