Dr. George Mason welcomes Yolonda Blue Horse to Good God to discuss Indigenous faith traditions to conclude the "American Faith" series.
Jon Reid joins Dr. George Mason on Good God to discuss Buddhism as part of the continuing "American Faith" series.
Fr. Joshua Whitfield joins Dr. George Mason on Good God to discuss the lived experience of being a Catholic in America on the series "American Faith".
Rev. Karen Fry, co-spiritual leader for the Center for Spiritual Living in Dallas, joins Dr. George Mason on "Good God" as part of its continuing series "American Faith."
George continues his series on faith in American with Sr. Pastor Virzola Law of Northway Christian Church.
Rev. Jennifer Butler from the organization Faith in Public Life, and author of "Who Stole My Bible?", joins Dr. George Mason for a special episode of Good God during the Faith in America series.
Dr. George Mason continues his series on "American Faith" with Dr. Daniel Kanter from the First Unitarian Church of Dallas on Good God.
The American Faith series continues with Sihk Harbhajan Singh Virdee.
George continues his series of faith in America with a conversation with Mark Romney. Mark is the president of the Texas Stake at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
George Mason continues his series on "American Faith" with Imam Dr. Omar Suleiman.
Rev. Liz Theoharis with The Poor Peoples' Church talks with Dr. George Mason about issues and solutions for poverty on Good God.
Michael Horne is the President and CEO of the Parkland Foundation, an organization who strives to provide healthcare needs to anyone who needs it.
George kicks off a new series looking at the issues around poverty. his first guest is Craig Antico, the Co-Founder of RIP Medical Debt, a non profit responsible for taking care of more than a billion dollars worth of medical debt.
George continues his conversation with author and television personality Jennifer Hatmaker.
George talks with author and television personality Jennifer Hatmaker about the state of the world today.
George continues his conversation with the president of Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas, Michael Sorrell.
George talks with Michael Sorrell president of Paul Quinn College about the difficulty of reopening campuses, the sorrow students feel over missing their grad ceremony, and the HBCU ceremony over the weekend with President Obama that he conceived and organized.
George continues his conversation with author and spiritual leader Danielle Shroyer.
George gets a blast from his past. A former intern at his church has carved her own impressive path.
What's it like being the spouse of an ambassador? Bob Satawake tells his story in this week's episode.
Is there life after death for churches? Ken Crawford of Central Christian Church in Dallas tackles that question.
Jeremy Everett of the Texas Hunger Initiative continues his conversation with George about takin gon the responsibility of eradicating hunger.
Jeremy Everett of the Texas Hunger Initiative joins George to talk about his dedication to eradicating hunger everywhere.
George continues his conversation with Baylor University English professor Greg Garrett about race relations in America.
Baylor University English Professor Greg Garrett joins George to discuss race relations in America.
Vanita Halliburton of the Grand Halliburton Foundation joins George to talk about removing the stigma around mental illness.
We've all heard the story of Adam and Eve, but do we really *know* what it means? Jack Levison of SMU's Perkins School of Theology joins George to discuss.
Jack Levison of SMU's Perkins School of Theology joins George to discuss the mystery of the Holy Spirit.
What's it like to grow up "in the church"? George Mason talks with his own daughter to get some insights.
Justin Lee, author of "Torn", talks with George about about to talk to people "across the divide" when we disagree.
Gary Simpson joins the show to talk about the work that goes into preaching before a congregation.
Mark Wingfield is the author of the new book "Why Churches Need to Talk About Sexuality"
Author Justin Lee joins George to talk about hsi new book "Torn" and how to stay true to your "truth" while loving and accepting others.
Are pastors "made" or born"? George Mason has an insightful conversation about this with Gary Simpson of Concord Church of Christ.
Deanna Hollas with Faith Forward Dallas discusses her ministry involved with gun control.
What is the immigration issue all about for immigrants and refugees? Jorge Zapata with the Texas Cooperative Baptist Fellowship ministers to immigrants along the border everyday. He discusses this with Dr. George Mason on Good God.
Speaker and writer Michelle Kinder talks to George about her upbringing as a "third culture" child and how that shaped her vision of service in the world.
Rabbi Davis Stern joins George to discuss some of the similarities and differences between Christianity and Judaism.
George talks with Marv Knox of Fellowship Southwest - a multicultural network of faith communities who share the love of God with those overlooked by today's society.
NTARUPT founder and CEO Terry Greenberg chats with George about improving the quality of live for children and families by preventing unintended teen pregnancies.
What does it mean to be an "evangelical"? SMU professor Robert Hunt sits down with George Mason on this episode of Good God.
George Mason continues his discussion with Iman Omar Sulieman about how to talk about community issues through a faith perspective.
Iman Omar Sulieman joins George Mason to talk about what the Islam faith is all about.
Robert Hunt is the Director of the Center for Evangelism at the Perkins School of Theology at SMU
The Vice President of External Affairs for CitySquare Gerald Britt sits down with George to talk about race and public life in Dallas.
Bill Holston, executive director of Human Rights Initiative, talks about his group's efforts to help those seeking asylum in the U.S. on Good God.
Andrea Weiss teaches the Hebrew Bible. How do we read and interpret the Bible, and how do we listen to others and their thoughts as well? George Mason discusses on this episode.
Professor Andrea Weiss from Hebrew Union College and Jewish Institute of Religion in New York talks about her new book: "100 Days, 100 Letters"
Dr. George Mason welcomes poet Malcolm Guite to Good God to discuss the relationship between words and imagination.
Dallas CitySquare pastor Gerald Britt joins George to talk about the Dallas' history with race.
Bill Holston, executive director of Human Rights Initiative, talks about his group's efforts to help those seeking asylum in the U.S. on Good God.
Richie Butler, senior minister of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Dallas and founder of Project Unity, discusses the "great Dallas divide" with Dr. George Mason on Good God.
Miguel Solis, DISD Trustee and president of the Latino Center for Leadership Development, discusses the challenges of education, immigration and leadership facing Latinos as they become the majority of the U.S. population in coming years, with Dr. George Mason on Good God.
Bob Mong - president of the University of North Texas at Dallas - joins George Mason to talk about the challenges of educating the masses in order for democracy to thrive.
Ruth Fitzgibbons with The Richards Group in Dallas talks about her company's role in helping faith based non-profits be "all they can be" with Dr. George Mason on "Good God".
Rev. Richie Butler from Saint Paul United Methodist Church in Dallas talks about his community building program, Project Unity, with Dr. George Mason on Good God.
How can we express gratitude in our community relationships? Dr. George Mason discusses this with Diana Butler Bass, author of "Grateful-the Transformative Power of Giving Thanks" on "Good God".
Is gratitude the antidote for crankiness and unhappiness? George Mason explores that idea with Dr. Diana Butler Bass author of "Gratitude: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks" on Good God.
Neil Cazares Thomas, senior pastor of Cathedral of Hope in Dallas, talks about his call to ministry and his congregation's evolution on Good God with Dr. George Mason.
Byron Sanders, president of Big Thought in Dallas, joins Dr. George Mason on Good God to discuss the wealth/poverty divide in Dallas and ways to improve the "tale of two cities".
Filmaker/actor Cheryl Allison discusses the MeToo Movement and her new film "Shatter the Silence" with Dr. George Mason on "Good God".
Neil Cazares Thomas, senior pastor of Cathedral of Hope in Dallas, discusses the challenges and learning opportunities of LGBTQ issues with Dr. George Mason on Good God.
Reverend Starsky Wilson, who chaired the Ferguson Commission, talks with George about what can be learned to help cities deal with racial unrest and inequities.
Peggy Wehmeyer, religion reporter and writer discusses her diverse religious background and how she is coming to terms with it on "Good God" with George Mason.
Peggy Wehmeyer talks about her experiences as first female religion reporter in American for WFAA-TV and ABC News with George Mason on Good God.
The President and CEO of Big Thought, Byron Sanders, talks with George about his organization's commitment to narrowing the opportunity gap for children.
Dr. Andy Stoker of the First United Methodist Church of Dallas joins George to talk about the balance of welcoming the LGBTQ community into the church with the more traditional views of the congregation.
Matt and George talk about how faith can help when your career path doesn't go as planned.
Larry James - the CEO of CitySquare in Dallas - talks to George about how to make more affordable housing available to the working poor and homeless.
Is it possible to advocate social justice and not demonize people who disagree with you? George Mason discusses this with Sharon Groves, VP of Partner Engagement for Auburn Seminary.
George Mason continues his conversation with Wick Allison, the publisher of D Magazine, about how we can start to reconnect after a time of such divisiveness.
Owner and Publisher of D Magazine Wick Allison joins George Mason to talk about what the city of Dallas can do to create a community where everyone can thrive.
Fr. Joshua Whitfield of St. Rita Catholic Church in Dallas talks to George about how the Church can involve itself in social issues while staying true to its soul.
George Mason sits down with Amy Lewis Hofland - the executive director of the Crow Collection of Asian Art - to talk about what it means to have a "fearless heart"
Former member of the President Obama administration, Melissa Rogers, talks about how the church and the government can work together to improve our communities.
Miguel Solis - a trustee with the Dallas Independent School District - talks about a family crisis that brought him closer to God.
George Mason continues his discussion with author and pastor Tony Camplolo about who Christians should be advocating for.
Pastor and author Tony Campolo breaks down the question: "what is an evangelical Christian?"
Imagine being an emergency room doctor the night of the Dallas police shootings. Would that change you? George Mason talks with Dr. Brian Williams.
What is the relationship between faith and public education? Dr. George Mason discusses this with Charlie Johnson, executive director of Texas Pastors for Children.
George Mason continues his conversation with Todd Williams, executive director of the Commit Partnership about the importance of school funding
George Mason discusses the importance of school funding with Todd Williams, executive director of the Commit Partnership.
Amanda Tyler, the Executive Director of the Baptist Joint Committee in Washington DC, joins George to discuss religious liberty for all.
Executive Director of the Baptist Center of Ethics talks with George about upholding Baptist traditions while building ecumenical relationships with other Christians and other people of faith.
How can God be on the side of both teams? Dallas-area sportscaster Matt Mosley talks faith in the locker room.
George Mason sits down with Noel Castellanos of the Christian Community Development Association in Chicago.
George Mason continues his conversation with the voice of the Dallas Cowboys Brad Sham.
Charlie Johnson of Pastors For Texas Children joins George Mason to talk about the state of public education in Texas.
Rev. Andy Stoker's path to ministry included a stop in stand-up comedy. Hear the pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Dallas' story in this episode.
Fr. Joshua Whitfield of St. Rita Catholic Community talks about his unique circumstance with the Catholic Church.
Former Dallas weatherman Troy Dungan talks with George Mason about his life-long faith journey.
George Mason sits down with the co-chair of Faith Forward Dallas Rabbi Nancy Kasten.
George Mason continues his conversation with faith journalist and author Jonathan Merritt about his book "Learning to Speak God from Scratch."
Faith journalist and author Jonathan Merritt to discuss his book "Learning to Speak God from Scratch".
Rev. Michael Waters reflects on his experiences with the July 7, 2016 march in downtown Dallas and the tragic police shootings that followed.
Author Tim Krause continues his discussion of his book “Finding Theo” detailing his search for meaning in the wake of his son’s near tragic mountain biking accident.
Author Tim Krause discusses his book “Finding Theo” detailing his search for meaning in the wake of his son’s near tragic mountain biking accident.
Amy Lewis Hofland, executive director of The Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, discusses how art can help to build a more compassionate society.
Find out about The Honorable Ron Kirk’s faith journey and how faith contributes to the common good as George Mason brings you part 2 of his compelling conversation with the former Mayor of Dallas and U.S. Trade Commissioner.
What does justice have to do with the common good? Former Mayor of Dallas and U.S. Trade Commissioner, The Honorable Ron Kirk describes the connection in his conversation with George Mason.
George’s conversation with Ex-Navy SEAL Stephen Holley continues on “Good God". He won on the battlefield, more often than not, but he almost lost his battle with depression. Stephen talks about how his faith journey helped him deal with the difficult struggles.
This week, former Navy Seal Stephen Holley discusses "Carry the Load", the organization he co-founded to help provide active, meaningful ways to honor and celebrate the sacrifices made by our nation's heroes: military, law enforcement, firefighters, rescue personnel and their families.
On this week's "Good God with George Mason" Imam Omar Sulieman talks about his Muslim faith and support of the "Dreamers" that recently caused him to be arrested for civil disobedience. Join us for "conversations that matter about faith and the public life."
This week on Good God with George Mason, the conversation is with Rabbi Nancy Kasten from Temple Emanu-El. It focuses on her call to ministry and on her personal faith journey.
Rev. Michael Waters - the pastor of Joy Tabernacle African American Episcopal Church and Agape Temple African American Episcopal Church in Dallas, and co-chair of Faith Forward Dallas - discusses economic justice and poverty in America and Dallas, and how it can be addressed through faith.
George continues his conversation with Dallas personality Gordon Keith who opens up about the deaths of his parents and the therapeutic powers of writing.