Faith and Film: Heather Davis and Jacob Wampfler

Dr. Travis Scholl, managing editor of theological publications at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, explores the topic of movies as an art form and means for sharing the Christian faith and more with L.A.-based writer and speaker Heather Choate Davis and Rev. Jacob Wampfler (M.Div. ’14), pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Topeka, Kan. Davis and Wampfler were the co-creators of the Seminary’s first Faith and Film Festival, which was held in January 2020.

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