Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 19 – Rev. Paul T. Abernathy, MPIA, MDiv

Ordinary People. Extraordinary Conversations.

If “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “The Parable of the Good Samaritan” collided at an intersection, then the Neighborly Love podcast would be the result. It features casual conversations over coffee in a “virtual coffee shop” that lean into the power of empathy. It’s about feeling heard, valued, and understood. It’s about serving others. It’s about depositing money in our relational banks.

Neighborly Love is an original podcast by MindWolves. Host Marc Casciani, author of Craft Your Calling, interviews ordinary people about their heart for God and serving other people for the greater good.

Rev. Paul T. Abernathy, MPIA, MDiv

Marc interviews Rev. Paul T. Abernathy, CEO at Neighborhood Resilience Project and author of The Prayer of a Broken Heart: An Orthodox Christian Reflection on African American Spirituality. Rev. Paul answers three thought-provoking questions: (1) Tell me about a time when you did something nice for someone?, (2) What would you do for a living if money weren’t an issue?, and (3) Do you have a dream that involves serving others? Father Paul tells a story about feeding hungry children in Pittsburgh’s Hill District, affirms how and why he found his calling and shares his dream for trauma-informed community development. Father Paul has a passion for creating resilient healing and healthy communities, one block at a time, which is rooted in the Gospel and teaching of the Orthodox Church and inspired by the Civil Rights Movement in America during the 1950s & 1960s.

Neighborly Love, Episode 19 – Rev. Paul T. Abernathy, MPIA, MDiv (3-29-22)

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Published by Marc Casciani

I’m a life coach that helps people find purpose through mental stillness. I train them to operate within the power of the Holy Spirit to craft their calling.

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