This is another excerpt of highlights from the Rising Action Podcast, which I co-host alongside my good friend Josh Johnson. We get into various aspects and cultural parameters regarding Stanley […]
Storytelling, no matter the medium, is my greatest passion. In fact, I love it so much, I co-host and produce a weekly podcast with one of my best friends, SWU […]
This is the transcript of an interview with Scott Williams, a former pastor and current educator. In 2016, he completed his Masters of Practical Theology from Wesley Seminary and in […]
Professor Ivy Kaufman is originally from Hattiesburg, Mississippi and has been in the Upstate area since 1984 when she went to Clemson’s graduate program. She has been teaching Physics at […]
Brent Dongell is a professor at Southern Wesleyan University and has been for two years. He works for the Department of Religion, and he definitely sets his standards high. He […]
In this conversation, Dr. Chisholm talks about how prose and poetry differ, his relationship to South Carolina and how it informs his poetry, and the metaphysical and spiritual truth he’s discovered about place.
In this conversation, Mark Sibley-Jones talks about where the idea for his novel By the Red Glare came from, the research that made the novel come alive, and where his historical and theological commitments lie.
In this conversation, Will Stockton, Clemson University Professor of English, discusses the kind of feedback his book on dc Talk’s Jesus Freak has received; the complexities of evangelical Christianity; why writing openly about his sexuality and loss of faith actually left him in a better mood than writing about Shakespeare; and how the music of dc Talk is more than just a guilty pleasure.
In this conversation, Fryberger discusses the books that make her want to write, her process of reading scripture and how it informs her writing, the origin of her book’s title and some of the collection’s stories, and some basic writing tips.
In this interview, Lyssa Henry speaks to Dr. Amber James about her experiences at SWU as a student and a teacher, about her directing musicals both this year and last year, about her exciting summer trip to Germany, her life working in New York City, and the importance of music in everyday life and her life specifically.
In this second part of our conversation, Summers talks more about that experience and the great things God is doing in the Wesleyan Church regarding immigration. We also discuss how her own ministry has been encouraged and strengthened by her husband’s ministry and what she thinks gets taken for granted about people in ministry.
I had the chance to talk with Prof. Summers last month, and in this first part of our interview, we discuss why she same to SWU, what she learned from her time Wesley Seminary, and why she’s excited about the new Immerse curriculum she’s using in her New Testament survey.