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Audio Recordings

Listen to talks of public lectures to more intimate gatherings with folks like John Perkins, Philip Yancey, Kate Harris, Sister Simone Campbell, artist Bruce Herman and more!

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Watch videos of speakers like John Perkins, Diana Butler Bass, Stanley Hauerwas and more!


Featured Resources

"Theological Horizons: A Mentoring Community at the University of Viriginia." Article by Karen Wright Marsh.

"Start Small: 7 Spiritual Practices for your next 24 hours." Listen to the talk by Karen Marsh.

“Finding Faith in the University” Listen to the talk by Charles Marsh

“Faith at the Crossroads: The Spiritual Lives of College Students”
Read the talk by Karen Wright Marsh

“Finding Faith at College: Resources for Students, Parents and Professors”
Explore a book list from Karen Wright Marsh

“Seeking the Sacred in the Everyday”
Read the talk by Karen Wright Marsh

“Seeking the Sacred in the Everyday: A Bibliography”
Discover Karen Wright Marsh’s favorite books on this topic

“Under the Constraint of Grace: The Story of Bonhoeffer’s Conversion”
Watch or listen to Charles Marsh’s lecture and chapel talk at the Theology Conference 2012: Bonhoeffer, Christ and Culture at Wheaton College

“Last Lecture”
Watch or listen to founding director Charles Marsh’s Dome Room lecture at the University of Virginia

“Theology in Action: Bonhoeffer, King and You.”
Watch, listen to or read Charles Marsh’s conversation with Dean Sam Lloyd at the Washington National Cathedral

“A Peace Offering of Blueberries” Read this Mississippi memory by Charles Marsh

 “The Last Days: A Son’s Story of Sin and Segregation at the Dawn of a New South”

Charles Marsh discusses his experiences growing up in the deep South during the late 1960s and early 70s. Filmed at Borders Books and Music in Atlanta, GA by C-SPAN.

"Justice, Beauty & Habits of Waiting," by Christen Yates

Out of the Classroom and into the Community: Gordon in Lynn and Place-based learning by Christen Yates

The Oxymoron of Proximate Justice,” by Christen Yates