Today I sat down with local boxer Jarvis Williams, straight outta South St. Louis City. We had a good talk about growing up in the STL, his love for Boxing, his boys, and his community. Sit down with yo Big Homie and enjoy another good episodes with another great guest! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bobby-dollaz/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bobby-dollaz/support
Jarvis Williams & AnneMarie Sims discuss teen success with ProStart culinary program
In 2016, Milwaukee Public Schools implemented ProStart, a nationally recognized culinary arts track for high school students that aimed to change the trajectory for students, offer them valuable life skills and prepare them for future jobs in the service industry.On this week’s podcast, we chat with two key players who keep the program running at Bay View High School, one of four MPS secondary education institutions who offer ProStart to students. Chef Jarvis Williams, formerly of SURG Restaurant Group and Culinary Arts Instructor AnnMarie Sims talk us through the program, offering insights into what makes culinary education work, what students learn and how it contributes to their success. Along the way, they share stories from the perspective of chef mentor and teacher, illustrating how passion, hard work and dedication make a difference in the lives of urban youth.
Summer Special: The Gospel in Color — A Theology of Racial Reconciliation for Families (w/ Jarvis Williams)
United? We Pray
Host: Isaac AdamsGuest: Jarvis WilliamsOverview: “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:10-12)In this Summer Special, Isaac Adams sits with Jarvis Williams, professor of New Testament Interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. The brothers discuss Dr. Williams’ latest work for children and families, “The Gospel in Color — A Theology of Racial Reconciliation for Families.”As the song goes, “Jesus loves the little children—red and yellow, black, and white, they are precious in his sight, Jesus loves the little children of the world.” What do the truths of this hymn mean for us as Christians and Christian parents? What is race, racism, and racial reconciliation, and how does the gospel intersect with these issues? These are the questions Jarvis and Isaac tackle. Other questions include:Is the Christian perspective on these matters to ignore racial difference?How can anti-racist work be gospel work?What does forgiveness look like in this conversation?Why does prayer matter in this conversation?What is whiteness? What is blackness?Why is there something particularly redemptive about an *African-American* man teaching at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary?Jarvis goes on to share what it’s like to be a parent of color and a Christian. At a Christian School, Jarvis’ son was told by a classmate that he was stupid because his skin was brown. Jarvis went on to teach his son why his skin color shouldn’t be an object of shame, and why God loves his brown skin.There are more reasons to talk about race with our children. Three Jarvis and his co-author, Curtis Woods, lay out are:Current racial divisionsColorblindness isn’t a solution, and it inadvertently perpetuates the racism it seeks to avoidRace is a systemic problemJoin Isaac and Jarvis for prayer, and check out this latest resource for parents and their children.Links & Show Notes:1. Book: “Mississippi Praying: Southern White Evangelicals and the Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1975” by Carolyn Renée Dupont2. Book: “Doctrine and Race: African American Evangelicals and Fundamentalism between the Wars” by Mary Beth Mathews3. Book: “One New Man: The Cross and Racial Reconciliation” by Jarvis WilliamsTo learn more about United? We Pray follow us on Twitter or our website. Please consider rating the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and subscribe using your favorite podcast client to hear more!Recorded and produced by Karl MagnusonGraphic design by Rob Alvey
Episode 152: Jarvis Williams on The Cross and Racial Reconciliation
EFCA Theology Podcast
As Evangelicals more broadly, and as the EFCA more specifically, we are people of the Book. One EFCA motto has been and remains, "where stands it written," which addresses both the biblical truth of a doctrine and also the practical outworking of that truth in life. Join us as Dr. Jarvis Williams, an Associate Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary walks us through how to live out this truth.
Jemar & Tyler are joined by Dr. Jarvis Williams. Episode 157 Original Airdate: Mar 7 2017 Support this podcast on patreon at www.patreon.com/PassTheMic Hosts: Jemar Tisby (twitter.com/JemarTisby) Tyler Burns (twitter.com/Burns23) Producer: Beau York (twitter.com/TheRealBeauYork) Lean More: Pass The Mic - www.PassTheMicPodcast.com (twitter.com/_PassTheMic) RAAN - www.RAANetwork.org (twitter.com/RAANetwork) Special Thanks To: Podastery - www.podastery.com (twitter.com/Podastery)
How should Christ's church seek to unite racial divisions? Join Kevin as he speak with Jarvis Williams about what the Bible has to say about racial reconciliation. Dr. Williams is the associate professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southern Seminary.
Jarvis Williams, New Testament Associate Professor at the Southern Baptist Theological seminary presents his paper titled, “The Origin of Bishop Ignatius’s Martyr Complex? The Nachwirgung of Maccabean Martyr Theology on Ignatius’s Martyr Complex”, at the 2015 Center for Ancient Christian Studies Martyrdom in the Early Church conference.