"Christianity Now" Episode II: Christian Missions and Human Trafficking
Today, writing takes a backseat to podcast audio. Called "Christianity Now," its purpose is to discuss faith, life, culture, ministry, and more as as we continue to move towards the heart of the 21st century. Each installment will feature a conversation with guest(s) discussing topics related to their expertise, training, experience, and/or a pertinent theme. My hope is that this joint project of Northwest University's College of Ministry and Center for Calling and Theological Formation ends up being a unique opportunity for learning and spurring conversation.
For my second episode, my guest is Professor Lisa Russi, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Northwest University. Lisa and I discuss her experiences in and reflections upon missions, including the reality of human trafficking. Lisa's work in Asia and Europe focused on women in the sex trade, so she speaks with some authority on this topic.
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