Is there beauty in pain? Today we talk with an internationally renowned artist about his latest work, an elegant reflection on the intersection of trauma, culture, and faith and the film that came out of it. Tune in for this fascinating conversation.
On July 30th, 1945, the USS Indianapolis was struck by two Japanese torpedoes and sank. Today, we get a history lesson on survival, courage, bravery and strength. Hear what it was like to survive one of the worst naval disasters in military history. Don’t miss this riveting conversation!
Makoto Fujimura is an internationally renowned artist, writer, and speaker who serves as the director of Fuller Theological Seminary's Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts. He is also the founder of the International Arts Movement and served as a presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts from 2003 to 2009. His books include Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art and Culture and Silence and Beauty.
Edgar Harrell, USMC (Ret.), lives in Tennessee with his wife, Ola, enjoying their grandchildren and their great-grandchildren. Edgar speaks extensively around the United States about his survival at sea.
David Harrell, PhD, son of Edgar Harrell, is the senior pastor-teacher of Calvary Bible Church in Joelton, Tennessee. He is married to Nancy, and together they have three children and a growing number of grandchildren.
In the Market with Janet Parshall, challenges listeners to examine major news stories and issues being debated in the marketplace of ideas and speaks to them with the Word of God. In this fast-paced, caller-driven program, Janet evaluates newsworthy topics with guests and listeners using the Bible as a framework for discussion. This daily program addresses relevant issues important to Christians, with an engaging mix of listener interaction and commentary from highly respected guests.