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Ep 18: Embracing Your Call

September 21, 2021

The following episode is Miriam Cho’s final podcast recording due to her sudden, tragic death. Her vibrant voice on the recording conveys her passion for this podcast along with her belief in the value of ISAAC’s overall mission: “to raise up the next generation of spiritual leaders by providing an intersectional learning space that bridges the academy, church, and community.”

How do we embrace the call that God has given us to be church planters, women leaders, organizers, etc? Pastor Adelita Garza of Puenta de Vida church in Santa Paula, CA shares the reason she believes women have been called to church plant and sounds the call for men to support. 

Disclaimer: The views, actions, and affiliations of guests invited on this podcast do not always reflect ISAAC’s official stances; they belong to the guests. This podcast is a platform for voices to be shared and perspectives to be discussed.

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