Justice. Mercy. Faith.

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Rev. Matthew Crebbin, senior pastor of Newtown Congregational Church joins the podcast for a conversation with Christian Citizen editor Curtis Ramsey-Lucas on leadership lessons learned responding to the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School and how these can be applied to the coronavirus pandemic.

Show Notes

Our theme music is “Believable 2” by Peter Sandberg

The Christian Citizen is edited by Curtis Ramsey-Lucas and is a publication of the American Baptist Home Mission Societies. The show, website and newsletter are produced by Joshua Kagi. Stories are copy edited by Hannah Estifanos. Our Art Director is Danny Ellison. 

The Christian Citizen editorial board is: Dr. Jeffrey Haggray, Laura Alden, Susan Gottshall, Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, the Rev. Sarah Strosahl-Kagi, the Rev. Salvador Orellana, the Rev. Dr. Marilyn Turner-Triplett and Rev. Cassandra Carkuff Williams, and our advisors are Cherilyn Crowe, the Rev. Kimberlee Payton Jones, the Rev. Steven D. Martin, the Rev. Marvin A. McMickle and the Rev. Harold Dean. 

To learn more about The Christian Citizen, and to find ministry resources around the coronavirus from the CDC and the American Baptist Home Misison Societies visit our website, ChristianCitizen.us.


What is Justice. Mercy. Faith.?

Spoken word essays from contributors of The Christian Citizen, author interviews, and conversation on issues pertaining to justice, mercy, and faith. Through The Christian Citizen, we seek to shape a mind among American Baptists and others on matters of public concern by providing a forum for diverse voices living and working at the intersection of faith and politics, discipleship and citizenship.