Let Me In

Walking the way of Jesus in the World Today

From Brokenness to Blessing

March 10, 2021 • Jeanne Stevens

Pastor, author, and speaker, Jeanne Stevens, offers insight and practical tools for hearing God speak, moving from brokenness to blessing, and how to "co-anything" well at home and work.

How the Homeless Survived the Storm

February 23, 2021 • Daniel Roby

Austin Street Shelter CEO, Daniel Roby, describes how people experiencing homelessness weathered Dallas's power outage and polar vortex, offering insight on how those of us with homes can help our city shovel out.

Better Together: The Path Toward Racial Justice

February 16, 2021 • Karla Nivens

HPUMC’s Racial Justice Director, Karla Nivens, discusses why we (white, black, and brown people) are actually better together, what role parents play in building a racially just future, and how the Church can lead the way.

What is Truth?

February 2, 2021 • Grant Moise

Dallas Morning News President and Publisher, Grant Moise, discusses what role truth, bias, and funding play in rebuilding America's trust in the media.

Here’s how to put the ‘happy’ in your holidays

November 25, 2020 • Shawn Achor

Gratitude is the tool that will keep you afloat this holiday season. Positive Psychologist and best-selling author, Shawn Achor, reveals startling evidence that what makes you happy might not be what you think and offers insight on weathering pain with purpose.

How to be Creative

November 20, 2020 • Willie Baronet

Creative Advertising Professor, Willie Baronet, offers pro-tips in building your creative muscles, insight on homelessness, and what both have to do with advertising.

Making a Home

Hannah Buchanan • November 5, 2020 • Sarah Beard

Mom, Wife and Pastor, Sarah Beard, offers practical tips for parenting intentionally, curating your space according to your values, and raising children who will change the world.

Dean Fearing

October 29, 2020 • Dean Fearing

James Beard Award-Winning Chef, Dean Fearing, talks about creativity as an act of resistance and, of course, food that will make your mouth water.

Jesus & the Election

October 22, 2020 • Dr. George Kalantzis

Political Theology Professor, Dr. George Kalantzis, answers the question: What does it look like to be faithful to Jesus in this election?

Genesis: The Weird Stuff

October 8, 2020 • Dr. John Walton

Old Testament Scholar, Dr. John Walton, answers some serious questions about Genesis, including: Can science and faith coexist? Was the flood real? Does God still walk and talk in physical form? And why would we read such an old text in the first place?

Sideline Stories | Part IV: Schools

October 1, 2020 • Abby Williams

United to Learn Founder and CEO, Abby Williams, illuminates the impact of the opportunity gap on students during COVID and offers a few practical solutions to help.

Sideline Stories | Part III: Hospitals

September 23, 2020 • Dr. Justin Neff

Emergency Room Doctor, Justin Neff, covers what COVID-19 looks like in the ER, what he's learned about human nature, and what a global pandemic has done to his faith in God.

Sideline Stories | Part II: Prisons

September 16, 2020 • Stephen Green & Lauren Woods

Criminal Defense Attorneys, Stephen Green & Lauren Woods, tell stories and share statistics that humanize those behind bars, offering insight on what would really make America more just.

Sideline Stories | Part One: The Streets

September 9, 2020 • Elisabeth Jordan

Human Impact Founder & CEO, Elisabeth Jordan, illustrates the impact of COVID-19 on the homeless community and debunks some common myths about folks on the street. Plus, a poem at the end you don't want to miss.

Season One Finale

August 7, 2020 • YOU, the listener

After 19 weeks of conversation, we take space to reflect on what COVID-19 has done around us, but more importantly, on what it has done in us.