Tag Archives: Deborah Nelson Linck

024 Jesus got me, the faith story of Gayle Fisher-Stewart



This episode, Jesus Got Me, shares the faith story of the Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart. Host Debbie Nelson Linck caught up with Dr. Fisher Stewart when she was a presenter the Advocacy Institute of the Center for Social Empowerment in Ferguson, on the anniversary of the shooting death of Mike Brown.

After retiring from the Washington DC police force, seminary and ordination, Gayle is now associate rector of Calvary Episcopal Church in DC, and the founder of the Center for the Study of Faith in Justice.

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015 Finding Light in Darkness: Newtown (pt. 2/2)



This is a second of a two part episode with the Very Rev. Kathie Adams-Shepherd about her experience as the pastor of Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, CT,  during and after the Sandy Hook shooting tragedy. It’s about light in darkness, acts of Grace, and how she brings that forward to her new call as Provost at Christ Church Cathedral here in St. Louis.

(Link to part one.)

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Finding Light in Darkness: Newtown (pt. 1)



This is a part one of a two part episode with the Very Rev. Kathie Adams-Shepherd about her experience as the pastor of Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown during and after the Sandy Hook shooting tragedy. It’s about light in darkness, acts of Grace, and how she brings that forward to her new call as Provost at Christ Church Cathedral here in St. Louis.

(Link to part two.)

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009 The window that started conversation



Mimi Shipp is our guest today. She’s a member of and the Parish Assistant for Ministry Support at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Webster Groves. And she’s sharing the story of Emmanuel’s resurrection window, a memorial to the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.—how it came to be, the difficult conversations around it that helped shape the future direction of the parish. This episode’s host is Deborah Nelson Linck.

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