Dr. Eric Mason, pastor of Epiphany Fellowship Church in Philly, is our guest as we discuss the nuances of being a black Christian in the reformed theological circles, especially with the new rise in discussion on race in America, the American church, as well as "black consciousness". He also gives us information and insight on his church's upcoming Frequency Conference.
Host Adam Coleman recaps episode 2 featuring Dr. Boyce Watkins with K.I.N.G. Movement founder and president, Chris Broussard, along with Cliff Means, the vice president of the New York Chapter of the K.I.N.G. Movement.
Since Colin Kaepernick began his peaceful protest of unarmed black and brown lives being killed by the hands of police, it has garnered many mixed feelings and responses from Americans of many different backgrounds. Kyle Howard discuses the nuances of this "disrespect" for our Red, White, and Blue.
Host Adam Coleman chops it up with Dr. Boyce Watkins on finances within the black community, the nuances surrounding investing into black people, tips on how he thinks we can best strengthen the black community, as well as the All Black National Convention (ABNC).
As a girl grows up, men will come in and out of her life, but the one man who will always be there is her father. The father-daughter relationship plays a vital role in his girl’s journey to adulthood. Dieuner Joseph lays out 7 important things a daughter NEEDS from her dad.
How did Jesus address the ethnic divide between Jews and Samaritans and how does his example help us address our racial divide? It's abundantly obvious that there is a significant rift amongst the "races" of America. Jensy Acosta examines Jesus' example on how we can address our own problem in America