Welcome to the Radio Programs of The Godspeed Institute

Each week we host an enlightening and positive conversation exploring the world's religions and spiritual belief systems as an on-air classroom, in an effort to help people better understand each other, promote tolerance and foster peace.

 

At the Godspeed Institute we seek connection with and guidance from those who understand and teach the history, purpose and practices of the world's religious and spiritual wisdom--those who remind us to stay rooted in our heart, breath, soul, spirit or higher selves, and those who help us evolve into spiritually centered beings. We celebrate and educate, sharing the wealth of our diverse spiritual heritage as a source of knowledge, a path leading toward tolerance, and a way for all people to learn about and strengthen spiritual life skills. Please join us on the journey, 'favorite' this page, come back often and stay in touch. Listen and learn about faith worldwide, right here:

 


 

Rev. Gina Campbell of Washington National Cathedral

"It started because we were friends." Caer Hallundbaek speaks with Rev. Canon Gina Gilland Campbell of Washington National Cathedral, who shares in depth regarding the Muslim prayer service at 'the nation's spiritual home' that became more controversial than expected. Other topics include her journey into ministry, inspirations and challenges, and the vision and goals of the Cathedral in years to come.

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An Hour with Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul & Mary

Caer speaks with Noel Paul Stookey, the "Paul" of Peter, Paul & Mary – legendary singer, songwriter and musician who passionately believes in bringing the spiritual into the practice of daily life. Generations have been touched by his enduring classics, including “The Wedding Song” and “In These Times.” Now, at 74, with Betty, his spouse of 48 years, the Stookeys share about their life and what has touched them and upheld them, including music, faith and love.

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The Afterlife of Billy Fingers, with Annie Kagan

Join Caer for a spirited talk with Dr. Annie Kagan, author of the book The Afterlife of Billy Fingers: How My Bad-Boy Brother Proved to Me There's Life After Death. When her brother Billy died unexpectedly, Annie agreed to accompany him on his journey through the mysteries of death. Enjoy this engaging conversation about the bliss and wonder to come -- a message of hope and humor (and good music).

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Sufism for the Western Seeker, with Dr. Stewart Bitkoff

Dr. Stewart Bitkoff grew up in New York City and spent most of his professional career in the New York City area. He holds a doctorate in education and is an avid student of Sufi Mysticism and the Perennial Philosophy. He is the author of 'A Commuter's Guide to Enlightenment' and the new book 'Sufism for the Western Seeker' which he discusses with Caer.

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Egyptian-American Poet Yahia Lababidi

Yahia Lababidi is an Egyptian-American poet nominated for a Pushcart Prize by World Literature Today magazine. Lababidi's first book Signposts to Elsewhere, was selected as a 2008 Book of the Year by British publication The Independent.  His latest book is a remarkable new collection of short poems, Barely There, which he shares with Caer.

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Darrell Bock on His Latest Book, Truth Matters

Former president of the Evangelical Theological Society, Darrell Bock is an internationally-renowned Biblical scholar and a widely known author of over 30 books on Biblical topics. The New York Times bestselling author of Breaking the DaVinci Code, his latest book is Truth Matters: Confident Faith in a Confusing World.

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Mystical Prayer Across Traditions, with Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Ph.D. is an author and Sheikh in the Naqshbandi Order of Sufism. In recent years his writing and teaching has focused on the emerging global consciousness of Oneness.  His latest book is Prayer of the Heart in Christian and Sufi Mysticism, which explores the inner listening of the heart, and the secret of ‘prayer without ceasing’ in which we discover how prayer becomes alive within the heart.

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The Jew Named Jesus, with Rebekah Simon-Peter

In her new book, The Jew Named Jesus, Rebekah Simon-Peter says that "Jesus was born a Jew, raised a Jew, lived a Jew, died a Jew, and resurrected a Jew. He was no backsliding Jew, but an observant Jew. He honored and observed the Sabbath and the Jewish holidays. But most of all, he honored and observed the Torah, the Hebrew Bible, or what we call the Old Testament. How could he do anything but love his own people?

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Rabbi Rami Shapiro - Moving Beyond Religion

Caer interviews Rabbi Rami Shapiro, award winning author, poet, essayist, and educator whose poems have been anthologized in over a dozen volumes, and whose prayers are used in prayer books around the world. Rami received rabbinical ordination from the Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion, writes for Spirituality & Health magazine and is an adviser for Our Jewish Community.org.

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Chantel Wright and The Songs of Solomon Ensemble

Pastor Chantel Renee Wright loves God, Music and Children—and her life is dedicated to the pursuit of all three. She is the founder and director of the non-profit organization, Songs of Solomon: An Inspirational Ensemble, Inc., and her exquisite gospel choir fires up the soul and transforms hearts, one performance at a time.

 

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The Sophia Perennis, with Dr. James S. Cutsinger

Dr. James S. Cutsinger is Professor of Theology and Religious Thought at the University of South Carolina. A prolific writer and editor, he is a widely recognized authority on the Sophia Perennis and perennialist school of comparative religious thought. He is perhaps best known for his work on the Swiss philosopher Frithjof Schuon.

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Thomas Scirghi S.J. on St. Ignatius and the Jesuits

Thomas Scirghi S.J. is Associate Professor of Theology at Fordham University and a member of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, founded by St. Ignatius Loyola 450 years ago. Co-author of the book ‘Living Beauty: The Art of Worship,’ his articles include “This Blessed Mess: An Embodied Worship”; “A Return to Noble Simplicity”; and “Go in Peace, Then What?”

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Religion and Ecology, with Dr. John Grim

Dr. John Grim is a Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale University, where he has appointments in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as well as the Divinity School and the Department of Religious Studies. Dr. Grim is co-founder and co-director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale University, along with Mary Evelyn Tucker. 

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The God Box, with NYT Bestselling Author Mary Lou Quinlan

Join Caer for a moving Mother's Day hour with Mary Lou Quinlan - leading authority on women and bestselling author of The God Box:  Sharing My Mother's Gift of Faith, Love and Letting Go. Plus Caer's "Tip for your Spiritual Tool Belt" on some of our beloved saints' relationships with their parents.

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