On Wednesday, September 20, adults will meet together when Mitch Randall of Good Faith Media (GFM) will be with us to discuss the work of keeping people of faith “informed about the pressing issues of the day.” Whether through curating website content, producing videos and podcasts, reviewing books and journals, or offering experiences and events, GFM might just be a great option for you to stay up to date on what is going on in the world at the intersection of church and society. Mitch will share a little of his story and how he interprets and manages the important role he plays in providing current events resources to churches and to people of faith.
Launched in July 2020, GFM is the result of a merger between two historic Baptist entities: Baptists Today (operating as Nurturing Faith) and Baptist Center for Ethics (operating as EthicsDaily.com). You can find out more about Mitch, the staff at GFM, and the work of this organization at their website, goodfaithmedia.org.
Mitch is the chief executive officer of Good Faith Media. Before joining GFM, he was the executive director of the Baptist Center for Ethics. In addition, he pastored churches in Kansas, Texas and Oklahoma for over 20 years, and he holds a Master’s of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry degree from George W. Truett Theological Seminary. Mitch is a citizen of the Muscogee Creek Nation with his ancestors reaching back to the McIntosh and Childers clans. He is married to Missy Randall, and they reside in Norman, Oklahoma. They have two adult sons.