This week on The Bulletin, hosts Mike Cosper, Nicole Martin, and editor in chief Russell Moore convene for lively conversation about transgenderism in women’s sports and ministry responses to campus antisemitism and the needs of the incarcerated. Special guests include CT’s own Emily Belz, Tammy McLeod of the Harvard Chaplains, Heather Rice-Minus of Prison Fellowship, Madeleine Kearns of National Review, and state representative and former NCAA Division I basketball coach Barbara Ehardt. Step behind the headlines of top stories and be challenged to engage your world with the mind of Christ.

Joining us this week:
Emily Belz is a staff writer with Christianity Today. She is a former senior reporter for World magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and also previously reported for the New York Daily News, The Indianapolis Star, and Philanthropy magazine. Emily resides in New York City.

Tammy McLeod serves as president of the Harvard Chaplains at Harvard University, where she serves as a chaplain for Cru, an interdenominational Christian ministry, alongside her husband Pat. Tammy is also the director of college ministry at Park Street Church in Boston. Tammy and Pat are the authors of Hit Hard: One Family’s Journey of Letting Go of What Was—and Learning to Live Well with What Is.

Heather Rice-Minus is the president of Prison Fellowship and will become the CEO on January 1, 2024, succeeding her mentor, James Ackerman. Heather first joined Prison Fellowship in 2013, and in her most recent role of executive vice president, she led teams that build partnerships with churches, help strengthen relationships between incarcerated parents and their children, foster partnerships with donors at every level, and advocate for restorative criminal justice reform. In a previous role as the head of Prison Fellowship's advocacy team, she was a leading voice behind the passage of the First Step Act.

Madeleine Kearns is a staff writer at National Review and a senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum. She is from Glasgow, Scotland, and is a trained singer.

Rep. Barbara Ehardt serves the state of Idaho, District 33. A graduate of Idaho State University where she attended on a basketball scholarship, Barbara spent 15 years as a NCAA Division I women’s basketball coach at UC Santa Barbara, Brigham Young University (Provo), Washington State University, and Cal State Fullerton as the head coach.

Resources Referenced:
As Campus Threats Rise, College Ministries Look for Ways to Help
Mental Health & Jesus (Cru)
Texas Prisoner Who Leads Death Row Worship Faces Execution
Hello My Name is Felon

Read More from Christianity Today about Today’s Topics:
Campus Antisemitism and the Lessons of a Nazi-Occupied Church
Why Prison Ministries Are Growing
What Transgender People Need from Conservative Christians
Embracing Our Transgender Neighbors on God’s Terms

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