Anxiety seeps into everything–into our own individual lives, relationships, and even our politics. As Christians, how might a transformed view of anxiety change the way we participate in politics? Curtis Chang demonstrates how anxiety is not a sin that should be prayed away, but how it is an opportunity to invite God into our individual and political lives in new and exciting ways.
If you would like to learn more about how Christians are invited to experience anxiety differently, you can pre-purchase Curtis's upcoming book, The Anxiety Opportunity: How Worry is the Doorway to Your Best Self (May 15 release date).
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Curtis Chang straddles the worlds of secular institutions and theology. As a management consultant, he has won a White House award for social innovation as the founder and head of Consulting Within Reach (CWR), a firm serving nonprofits and government agencies. Curtis also is on the faculty of American University in Washington D.C., where he teaches strategic planning.
As a theologian, Curtis is a consulting professor at the Duke Divinity School and is a Senior Fellow at Fuller Theological Seminary. His ministry experience includes serving as a senior pastor of an Evangelical Covenant Church in California and in campus ministry with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He is the author of Engaging Unbelief: A Captivating Strategy from Augustine and Aquinas (IVP). During the pandemic, Curtis founded Christians and the Vaccine, a national campaign to persuade Christians to get the COVID vaccine. In that role, he has testified before the US Senate, written for the New York Times, and appeared on CBS News, NBC News, CNN, NPR and other major media outlets. He currently co-hosts (with David French) the Good Faith podcast, which is ranked in the top 1% of all podcasts.
Curtis graduated from Harvard University and is a former Rockefeller Fellow. He is married with two children, and lives in San Jose, California. He enjoys playing pickleball, fantasy baseball, and is moderately to severely addicted to dark chocolate.