Cairn 10: Do We Really Need Gym Class? (with Nancy Halliday ’73)

Kids playing with parachute

Dr. Nancy Halliday ’73 joins the podcast to speak to the true purpose of physical education. Nancy was an associate professor at Hofstra University, interim dean of the School of Education, and chair of the Health Studies and Kinesiology department after 17 years as associate professor and chair of the PE Department at Kings College. A published scholar, veteran educator, and Christian Camp director, Nancy shares a new and data-driven perspective, including how Christian camps got it right first, the role of one’s actual potential in physical education, and changes in overall education in her experience.

Cairn 10: 2020 Financial Tune-up (with Keith Johnson)

Retired Assistant Professor Gail Benchener shares her thoughts on her seventeen-years in the School of Business, changes in business, and how she talked with her recent students about being “Agile, Not Fragile” during COVID-19. Gail makes a book recommendation, and shares some final words of wisdom.

Cairn 10: Agile, Not Fragile (with Gail Benchener)

gail benchener

Retired Assistant Professor Gail Benchener shares her thoughts on her seventeen-years in the School of Business, changes in business, and how she talked with her recent students about being “Agile, Not Fragile” during COVID-19. Gail makes a book recommendation, and shares some final words of wisdom.

Cairn 10: What is Worship? (with Bill Brandenstein ’87)

Bill Brandenstein

Dr. Bill Brandenstein ’87, assistant minister of music and worship at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, Ca., provides several helpful essential elements, questions, and cautions for those desinging (or re-designing) church worship programs.

Advancement: Disruptions

Nate Wambold and Keith Johnson podcast interview

Keith Johnson and Nate Wambold talk about how to manage the current disruption to businesses related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cairn 10: Parenting Teenagers …Without Losing Hope (with Matt McAlack)[Rebroadcast]

McAlack Zoom meeting

Dr. Matt McAlack, professor in the School of Divinity, joins the podcast again with a re-release of our conversation on Parenting Teenagers. Before the original episode rolls, Matt shares some new insights on how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting the daily life of teens and how parents can encourage their children to live purposefully during a pandemic.

Cairn 10: Rap, Hip-Hop, and the Christian (with Brady Goodwin)

Brady Goodwin

Adjunct Professor and two-time Grammy-nominated artist, Brady Goodwin, joins the podcast for an explanation of his own background, the unique history and sociological elements of hip-hop culture, over and underrated rap artists, and how a biblical worldview is essential in an exploration of all things aesthetic.