What I Learned at the Coffee Shop – Drew Oswald and Dr. Ely Prieto

Tangible: Theology Learned and Lived explores the ways in which theology permeates all aspects of life. Through conversations with the faculty of Concordia Seminary, we will challenge you to deepen your theology and live out your faith in Christ. Jessica Bordeleau talks with a variety of guests on a variety of topics. There is something different in every episode, but all point to the intersection of faith and daily life. It’s tangible: theology learned and lived.

For a year, seminary student Drew Oswald spent 10 hours a week sitting in a coffee shop. He never approached anyone, yet strangers and baristas sat down to talk with him. He said the people he met have enriched his ministry and his life. Dr. Ely Prieto joins the conversation to discuss the vocation of shared spaces.

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