This Podcast is the first in a series of devotional thoughts from the Book of Psalms. These thoughts are written and narrated by Dr. Jon Roebuck, Exec. Director of the Charlie Curb Center for Faith Leadership, located on the campus of Belmont University. Today’s lesson features Psalm 1.
This podcast, sponsored by Belmont University’s Institute for Innovative Faith-Based Leadership, features a leadership interview with Dr. David Gregory, Dean of Belmont’s School of Pharmacy. In this episode, David discusses leadership from a faith perspective and what it takes to create a culture of ethics, authenticity, and professionalism.
This podcast features an original Christmas story written by Dr. Jon Roebuck, entitled, “First Responders.” The story, set in modern day Kentucky, attempts to remind listeners of the unique events surrounding the birth of Jesus, celebrated each Christmas. Additional stories of Christmas can be found in Dr. Roebuck’s collection of Christmas stories, Christmas Then & Now… Stories of the Season. (Available on-line at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com and is also found in local Lifeway stores here in Middle Tennessee.)
This podcast on leadership features a voice from the millennial generation. Cheyenne is a Senior at Belmont University, majoring in Christian Leadership. Cheyenne offers some thoughts on leadership, critical issues, and the over-reach of smartphones in our everyday culture.
Another podcast on Leadership with guest Mike Young, Minister of Spiritual Development and Youth – King’s Cross Church in Tullahoma, Tennessee. In this podcast Mike discusses leadership development, mentors, and the things about which he is passionate.
This podcast explores the life of a pastor. Rev. Tom Gholston, pastor of Brook Hollow Baptist Church in Nashville, reflects on the joys and hard work of being a pastor. Comments also include some thoughts from a recent missions experience.
This episode features an interview with Dr. Darrell Gwaltney, Dean, College of Theology & Christian Ministry, Belmont University, Nashville. Dr. Gwaltney shares thoughts and insights on leadership in both the University setting and in the local church.
This podcast features some reflections from the Old Testament calling people of faith of to be proactive and intentional about loving their neighbors.
Thoughts on how to combat the rising level of gun violence in the U.S.
On this week’s episode, Dr. Roebuck speaks of how some of the strong walls within our culture need to be torn down by the power of God’s people at work.