Our hosts Kimberly Wagner and Marvin Wickware are back for another season of an Incomplete Field Guide to Ministry, covering lessons from our summer about rest, holding joy and sorrow, and facing exhaustion.
"You can only do as much work as you can do. You're not created to run yourself into the ground for the sake of whatever your work is," Marvin reminds us.
Our guest today is Eric Fowler, our editor and producer, who shares how he got involved with podcasting and audio production. Eric also spent 6 years working in workforce development and economic justice with the Chicago Jobs Council, and is currently working for an equitable, carbon-free future at Fresh Energy in Saint Paul, MN. Eric is the spouse of LSTC grad Reed Fowler. They live together in Minneapolis, MN.
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Our music is by Keith “Doc” Hampton. Thanks to Frantisek Janak and Michael Liotus for technology support. Our producer and editor is Eric Fowler.
This podcast is brought to you by the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America that seeks to build up the Body of Christ and work for a world of peace and justice that cares for the whole creation.