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S2, Episode 10: A Scholar Practitioner

September 29, 2022

Rev. Dr. Alexia Salvatierra is the Academic Dean of the Center for the Study of Hispanic Church and Community and the Associate Professor of Mission and Global Transformation at Fuller Theological Seminary.  She has been a national leader in the areas of working poverty and immigration for over 25 years.

Dr. Alexia joins us in conversation on the value of scholarly endeavors & how it enhanced her activism. She speaks into how churches can encourage congregants to move forward and create, and shares a message for the next generation.

Learn more about Rev. Dr. Alexia:
Bio: http://www.alexiasalvatierra.com/

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Host: ISAAC // @isaacfellowship // www.isaacweb.org
Co-host / Sound Producer: Joana Choi
Music: Paul Choi

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