Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson talks about how God offers healing and renewal, sets us free from fear, and calls us to love.
She is the owner and president of In-N-Out Burger—whose foundations include the In-N-Out Burger Foundation and Slave 2 Nothing—and is the co-founder of Army of Love.
Erin Dufault-Hunter discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine rollouts, considering questions of ethics, broken systems, and neighborly love.
She is associate professor of Christian ethics at Fuller Seminary.
Resources discussed in this episode include the following—which are not necessarily representative of FULLER studio or Fuller Seminary:
“Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines” according to the CDC.
“Christians and the Vaccine,” a project of Redeeming Babel addressing “common spiritual questions Christians have regarding the vaccine.”
“How mRNA Vaccines Work,” a short video by Harvard University explaining mRNA vaccines.
Matthew Kaemingk talks about cultivating a theology that does not separate worship from work but instead reframes our work in Christian mission and practice.
He is the associate dean for Fuller Texas and assistant professor of Christian ethics.