Interview with Rhonda Miska on Lived Theology

Posted on May 5, 2015 by PLT Staff

Bekah Menning, former project manager for the Project on Lived Theology, interviews Rhonda Miska. Miska discusses her work as the social justice minister and Hispanic minister at Church of the Incarnation Roman Catholic Church in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Excerpt: “So no matter what you’re doing you’re doing it for the glory of God. It doesn’t matter if you’re organizing a meeting or you’re sweeping up the floor, or you’re scrubbing the toilet. Whatever you’re doing you’re doing it for God. So will my faith impact my work? Of course it always will. Because whatever I do I strive to do with the intention of service and worship.”

  • Interview Information
  • Interviewee: Rhonda Miska
  • Interviewer: Bekah Menning
  • Date of Interview: August 24, 2005
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