How can the life and theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German pastor and theologian who resisted the Nazi regime, inspire and challenge church leaders today?

In this episode of the Pivot Podcast, Dwight Zscheile and Katie Langston talk with Tripp Fuller about Bonhoeffer’s enduring legacy and its relevance for the church in a polarized and rapidly changing cultural context. They discuss how Bonhoeffer’s experiences engaging with different cultures shaped his understanding of the gospel, his emphasis on discipleship and prophetic witness, and the vital role of deep relationships in sustaining faithful Christian community. Tune in for insights on how Bonhoeffer’s wisdom can equip church leaders to navigate the challenges of discipleship and leadership today.

A Compelling Conversation on Bonhoeffer’s Life and Legacy

Join Bonhoeffer scholar and author Andy Root and theologian and Homebrewed Christianity founder Tripp Fuller for an evening that brings to life Bonhoeffer’s travels, teaching, and work—not only bringing the Gospel to Others but to living out the Gospel’s call to the point of death at the hands of the Nazi regime.

This interactive, “salon”-style event will feature a high quality livestream of the Aus Memorial Lecture from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota, as well as a hosted online conversation with facilitator Rolf Jacobson, professor of Old Testament and dean of the faculty at Luther Seminary.

Sign-up for the free webinar here.