Embodied Hope: Kelly & Tabitha Kapic

Whether you’re bowled over by cancer, chronic pain, or other blinding forms of suffering, even the next step can feel bleak. But the experience of Covenant College professor Kelly Kapic and his wife Tabitha has filled them with unspeakable hope and nearness to the God who suffered alongside us. Don’t miss this broadcast with the author of Embodied Hope: A Theological Meditation on Pain and Suffering, one of Christianity Today’s books of the year.

Drawing on his own family's experience, professor Kelly Kapic and his wife Tabitha reshape our understanding of suffering into the image of Jesus. View Show Notes →
The searing experiences of professor Kelly Kapic and his wife Tabitha have filled them with unspeakable hope in the God who suffers alongside us. View Show Notes →

Meet Series Guests

Kelly Kapic

Kelly M. Kapic (PhD, King's College, University of London) is a professor of theological studies at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, where he has taught for twenty years. He is an award-winning author of more than fifteen books, including Embodied Hope: A Theological Meditation on Pain and Suffering, winner of a Christianity Today Book Award. Kapic, a popular speaker, has been featured in Christianity Today and The Gospel Coalition, has worked on research teams funded by the John Templeton Foundation and contributes to the Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care and various other journals.

Tabitha Kapic

Tabitha has trained thousands of people across 32 countries to use gospel-centered, asset-based innovation in their communities. An avid practitioner of design thinking and innovation methodologies, Tabitha has worked in the humanitarian space both internationally and in the United States. She worked with the American Embassy in London, led Medair US during their response to the 2010 Haitian earthquake, and facilitated strategic planning, fundraising, and design thinking processes through her work with Covenant College, her own consultancy firm, and Bridge Innovate. She is delighted to serve alongside her colleagues at The Chalmers Center to end poverty and innovate God’s kingdom. Tabitha, her husband, Dr. Kelly Kapic, and their children, Jonathan and Margot, love long talks, and adventures of all sorts.