Question: How would America's largest mainstream Christian radio stations respond to issues of social justice for the poorest of poor, climate change, and nonviolence? Hold that response in your mind as you listen to an Australian equivalent in this interview. (This explains, in part, why Jim Wallis is so well received in Australia.)
This is a short interview about the upcoming Surrender Conference in Australia where I'm speaking along with Rudo Kwaramba, Claudio Oliver, David Ruis, Danielle Stickland, Dave Andrews, and Bart Campolo.
Jarrod McKenna is seeking to live God's love in a world where business as usual is costing us the earth (at the expense of the poor). He is a co-founder of the Peace Tree Community serving with the marginalised in one of the poorest of areas in his city, heads up Together for Humanity in Western Australia (an inter-faith youth initiative working for the common good), and is the founder and creative director of Empowering Peacemakers (EPYC), for which he has received an Australian peace award in his work for in empowering a generation of "eco-evangelists" and "peace prophets."