Good God Episode 36: Melissa Rogers

How can the church and government work together for the common good, meanwhile keeping the separation between church and state? George and Melissa Rogers, the former executive director of the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, discuss this and more on this weeks episode of Good God.

Good God Episode 35: Miguel Solis

What do you do when your newborn daughter is born with a life-threatening heart condition? Do you turn to faith? That's exactly what Miguel Solis and his wife, Jacqueline did. Listen to his amazing story on this week's episode of Good God.

Good God Episode 33: Tony Campolo

Are you a Baptist, Presbyterian, Evangelical or a non-denominational Christian? Our denominations have transformed over the last 20 years. George and renowned minister/speaker/sociologist Tony Campolo discuss this and Tony's progressive stances on LGBTQ marriage and other issues in the latest segment of God God.

Good God Episode 32: Dr. Brian Williams

Brian Williams was a surgeon on call at Parkland Hospital on July 7, 2016 and operated on the victims of the Dallas police shooting that launched the Back the Blue campaign. Hear how that night and its trauma, combined with the tragedies of the previous two days--the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile--positioned him to be a spokesperson and activist for racial justice. 

Good God Episode 25: Matt Mosley

Our latest guest dropped out of law school to pursue a career in sportswriting. He's regretted it every day since. No, actually it's been a fun ride from the Dallas Morning News to ESPN.com while co-hosting afternoon radio for 10 years. He now owns a podcasting company, which seems to confuse his friends and family. Matt Mosley and George have been pals for 20 years. This may be the first time they've discussed topics outside of sports.

Good God Episode 21: Hannah McMahan, Executive Director - New Baptist Covenant

Hannah McMahan and George Mason talk about the work of racial reconciliation, particularly through the New Baptist Covenant’s programs that bring black and white Christians together. Hannah is executive director of New Baptist Covenant, which was a vision of Jimmy Carter and other prominent Baptist leaders who sought to unite the Baptist church across racial lines. Across the country, diverse churches work together on issues of social justice and mission because of NBC’s Covenants of Actions.