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#2: Name Game


Most of us don’t hate people for their skin color, but do we maintain expectations of a proper Christian or a proper Anabaptist? Do we embrace the comfort of racially managed learning and living? In this episode, Sarah Ullom-Minnich of On Earth Peace asks how we should challenge tradition to live out Jesus’ calling. She talks with Drew Hart and Shayne Petty about the engagement we need as individuals and as a church to be more racially inclusive.

 

DunkerPunksPodcastLogoThe Dunker Punks Podcast Team

  • Joshua Brockway, Audio Content Contributor
  • Dana Cassell, Audio Content Contributor
  • Jacob Crouse, Music Producer
  • Dylan Dell-Haro, Audio Content Contributor
  • Emmett Eldred, Audio Content Contributor
  • Nancy Fitzgerald, Producer + Host
  • Nohemi Flores, Audio Content Contributor
  • Nate Hosler, Audio Content Contributor
  • On Earth Peace, Sarah Ullom-Minnich + Marie Benner-Rhoades, Audio Content Contributors
  • Suzanne Lay, Producer + Editor
  • Kevin Schatz, Audio Content Contributor
  • Elizabeth Swenson, Audio Content Contributor
  • Laura Weimer, Audio Content Contributor

Dunker Punks are united in following Christ’s radical love by the power of the Spirit to the glory of God. The podcast team speaks up to record witness of Dunker Punks growing Heaven on Earth. We relay the freedom we’ve found in obedient service, study, and community to encourage listeners in their walk on the Jesus way to God’s revolutionary reality. We see ear bud cords stretching like the mustard seed weed, as people regularly tune-in, actively engage, and enthusiastically recommend the Dunker Punks Podcast.

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