Posted in Audio Sunday, July 4, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Theme: Virtues for the Pandemic
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are rebroadcasting a series of meditations from Delmar Epp, Associate Professor of Psychology at CMU. Delmar has taught at CMU since 2000, including courses in child development, social psychology, and the psychology of motivation. Throughout this series, he uses the lens of positive psychology to explore how we can survive, and even thrive, during difficult times.
Posted in Audio Sunday, June 6, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Theme: Naming and Dismantling Walls of Privilege; Seeing the Other as Beloved
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are rebroadcasting a series from Arlyn Friesen Epp. He performs several monologues and dramatic retellings of scripture, which explore naming and dismantling the walls of privilege that separate people. Arlyn is the Director of CommonWord, a Bookstore and Resource Centre jointly operated by CMU and Mennonite Church Canada.
Posted in Audio Monday, May 3, 2021 @ 12:00 PM
Theme: Gathered at the Table
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are rebroadcasting a series of meditations by Kathy McCamis. Kathy is Associate Pastor at Bethel Mennonite Church in Winnipeg, and she is an alumna of CMU's Graduate School of Theology and Ministry. Her series explores with whom Jesus ate and talked, and who we welcome to our table.
Posted in Audio Sunday, April 4, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Theme: Voices of our 2021 Graduates
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are celebrating the accomplishments of CMU's class of 2021 by featuring interviews with three students graduating this year. I recently sat down with them to ask about their journeys at CMU, what it was like finishing their degrees in a pandemic, and what's next. But first, we are broadcasting an Easter meditation by Sheila Klassen-Wiebe, Associate Professor of New Testament at CMU.
Posted in Audio Thursday, April 1, 2021 @ 2:04 PM
What does it mean to get old? If all goes well, it happens to everyone. This episode features three speakers who reflect on their journeys of aging, with its limits and opportunities. We also hear about building quality relationships between older and younger generations.