Baylor Connections - Dustin Benac
Baylor’s Program for the Future Church is housed within the George W. Truett Theological Seminary. The program exists to convene professors and church and community leaders to listen, imagine, and pilot solutions for emerging changes facing the Church, with resources to connect stakeholders virtually and in-person.
In this Baylor Connections, Dustin Benac, Program director and co-founder and author of the book Adaptive Church, takes listeners inside the challenges and opportunities for local churches to serve both the current and future Church together.
RECENT EPISODES OF BAYLOR CONNECTIONS
Baylor Connections - Alison Prahl
Individuals with intellectual disabilities and disorders (IDD) have a friend in Alison Prahl, whose research uncovers pathways to literacy. Prahl, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders at Baylor, leads Baylor’s Language Impairment and Down Syndrome lab, and her work has been supported by the National Institutes of Health.
Baylor Connections - Stephen Newby
Stephen Newby came to Baylor this summer as the inaugural Lev H. Prichard III Chair in the Study of Black Worship. Dr. Newby brings a background in music, scholarship and ministry to the position, which leads research and scholarship efforts associated with the growth of Baylor’s Black Gospel Music Preservation Program.
Baylor Connections - Jenny Howell
What are the connections between food, creation and faith? Jenny Howell serves as director of Baylor’s Theology, Ecology and Food Justice Program, which offers a holistic approach to educate students, ministers, leaders and more on the Church’s role in addressing food challenges.