The creative work of racial reconciliation
Best-selling Christian author Latasha Morrison brings her reconciling and prophetic voice to the podcast world with this show, a natural extension of her 2021 ECPA book of the year Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation. The popular show has reached 1 million downloads in its quest to cultivate conversations that lead to change.
Go further with anti-racism work and witness
A new video podcast on practicing anti-racism brought to us by the General Commission on Religion and Race of The United Methodist Church. How can individual Christians and church-based organizations better engage the work of racial justice-making and anti-racism? Religious and civic leaders are featured, sharing how their work stems from their understanding of the Gospel.
Amplifying our diverse Church
The Witness: A Black Christian Collective brings us these deep and inspiring conversations that tell stories and point the way forward for racial reconciliation. Recent episodes include Dr. Anthea Butler discussing her book White Evangelical Racism, and Cole Riley, the creator and writer of Black Liturgies, a creative project of written prayers.
Conversations that push back at the status quo
Canadian advocate, author and preacher Danielle Strickland unites with World Vision, an Evangelical Christian humanitarian development and advocacy organization, in a series focused on people at the intersections of power shifts around the world. Episodes include the dynamics of change in evangelism, childrens’ rights, and the global community of tech enthusiasts for Jesus.
A Gospel Coalition podcast examining racism
These discussions are all about gaining insights from Christians doing the work of racial reconciliation across the US. Hosts Jim Davis and Michael Aitcheson try to help listeners think through the biblical, historical and relational elements of racial justice.
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