Tish Harrison Warren found her home in the Anglican Church in North America many years ago. Her ministry calling and the ongoing act of Jesus’ grace led her to a special connection with believers on the other side of the world. Having a global perspective, Tish believes, can change the way all evangelicals pray, worship and think about our neighbors.
In Today’s Conversation podcast, Tish and NAE President Walter Kim discuss:
- How evangelicalism has shaped her piety;
- The importance of emphasizing global evangelicalism;
- How American evangelicals can be more globally minded; and
- What she learned about being a faithful witness in our cultural climate.
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Walter: As we draw to a close, I want to point our attention to the book you have recently written, “Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep,” which explores themes of human vulnerability, of suffering, of God’s apparent absence. If you were to encapsulate a lesson from this book for our cultural moment — the common struggles that we have with fear and love, a desire for God’s presence and how do we find that in moments where God appears absent — what’s something from this work that you would give as a final word of encouragement or maybe even challenge for us?
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- Read Tish’s Christianity Today article, “Why I Claim the ‘Global Evangelical’ Label.”
- Read Tish’s books:
- Learn more and connect with Tish at TishHarrisonWarren.com.
- Check out “For the Health of the Nation,” a discipleship resource for Christians on civic responsibility.
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