What is the value of delving into our past? Does it hold us back from moving forward in life? Or is it necessary? This is a must listen conversation with author, speaker, academic, and pastor, Dr. John Arthur Nunes.
Dr. John Arthur Nunes is currently the pastor at Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Santa Monica, California, a Senior Fellow at The Center for Religion, Culture, and Democracy, and Dean and Lecturer at Camp Arcadia, in Michigan. He was formerly the president of Concordia College in New York. Born in Jamaica and raised in Ontario Canada, John has lived in the U.S. since 1981.
He has also served as the President and CEO of Lutheran World Relief (Baltimore), was a professor at Valparaiso University, and an inner-city pastor in Dallas, and Detroit. He is an accomplished author as well, books include, Wittenberg Meets the World: Reimagining the Reformation from the Margins (2017) and Meant for More: In, With, and Under the Ordinary (2020).
John is married to Monique Nunes. They have six children and eleven grandchildren. together lead the consulting group Nunes and Associates.