(405) 425-5070
A sign in the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem.
Photo by Erik Tryggestad

Listen: Can our churches be houses of healing?

On 'Common Grounds Unity Podcast,' Erik Tryggestad discusses the hope he found in an unlikely place.

In the midst of a global pandemic, I found a story of hope in modern-day Israel.

I talk about it on the “Common Grounds Unity Podcast,” available now. It’s my second time on the show, hosted Kevin Withem, senior minister for the North County Church of Christ in Escondido, Calif., and Kate Blakely, professor of cross-cultural ministries at Great Lakes Christian College in Lansing, Mich.

The program features “discussions with Christians who are seeking to fulfill Jesus’ prayer for unity — within the Stone-Campbell Movement and beyond,” according to the Common Grounds website.

Here’s a video I put together last year on this same topic:

Filed under: Christian unity Hotel Corona Houses of healing Insight Israel Opinion podcast Top Stories

Don’t miss out on more stories like this.

Subscribe today to receive more inspiring articles like this one delivered straight to your inbox twice a month.

Did you enjoy this article?

Your donation helps us not only keep our quality of journalism high, but helps us continue to reach more people in the Churches of Christ community.

Personal Info

Dedicate this Donation

In Honor/Memory of Details

Card Notification Details

Credit Card Info
This is a secure SSL encrypted payment.
Billing Details

Donation Total: $3 One Time