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Soul Care, Justice and Reconciliation - with Dr. Barbara Peacock

Asbury Seminary Kentucky Chapel

"Soul Care, Justice and Reconciliation" with Dr. Barbara Peacock, presented by Asbury Seminary Kentucky Chapel, recorded on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at Asbury Theological Seminary's Kentucky campus

33mins

17 Feb 2022

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Legendary Tips For Making Love Last - Guest: Gilbert & Barbara Peacock

Embrace Your Power

Welcome as we premiere my DeniseTaylor.live signature event, Couples Love Week.  Couples Love Week: Fall Edition took place in September 2021 and feature 5 amazing couples who shared openly of their love and relationship experience.  Couple Love Week focuses on shining light on good love and commitment. Gilbert & Barbara are legendary examples of lasting commitment to love & one another! After 40 years of marriage, we’re excited to learn more about their tips for making marriage last. The Bible tells us to “Get wisdom," so anytime you can learn a thing or two from someone who is doing or has done what you are aspiring to do, well then you get the benefit of their journey and you indeed get wisdom. We'll tap into the wisdoms of this 40+ year connection. Connect with Denise Taylor at www.DeniseTaylor.live Join our FREE Facebook Community at www.facebook.com/groups/lifeloveandhappiness Listen🎧 Rate 💯 Subscribe 💌 Watch Check out the full episode! Apple: : tinyURL.com/LLHonApple Spotify: tinyURL.com/LLHonSpotify YouTube: tinyURL.com/LLHonYouTube Welcome to Life, Love and the Pursuit of Happiness. If you’ve secretly wanted more despite having achieved meaningful success & results, you’re going to love this podcast. Here, we believe you can build a life YOU love without apology. As high achievers, we often settle for a version of success that seems to prioritize everything and everyone else. Well, now is your season to soar. Hearing from achievers each week that faced this very choice and succeeded at overcoming obstacles, sticking with their true desire, and shaking off fear will inspire, encourage, and compel you to set yourself free to build a life you love. Each episode with highlight a “Success SuperPower” which is your strategic advantage. Tune into Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Happiness with Denise Taylor weekly and begin enjoying the life you’ve secretly wanted. It is indeed time to soar. The 5 Success SuperPowers are Denise Taylor's signature Strategies for Success. #1 See Yourself Successful, #2 Shake off F.E.A.R., #3 Do The Work, #4 Take Care of You, #5 Hold Fast To Your Faith For some success happens by chance, others by luck, but Long Term, Sustainable Success comes by Strategy. My goal is to help you build a life you love without apology. A life that is successful in every way you define. With the right "Success Strategies" you can have it all and I want to help you succeed. One of the biggest challenges we face as professional women is warring against the pressure to settle or even give up. Pressure to choose or even sacrifice who we are & what we want - be it love, career, family, relationship, or lifestyle. I believe we can pursue happiness our way without compromise. We don’t have to settle. There is a harmonious space where we can thrive and have it all. I’m on a mission to help professional women thrive. Visit DeniseTaylor.live/podcast for more information. Denise Taylor has: Over 25 years of proven business and leadership success, Over 25 years of relationship success, and Over 50 years of life success. Denise’s combined experiences position her to help women develop success strategies for every area of their life. When asked, Denise will quickly affirm she lives a Blessed Life. But don't get it twisted - her life has NOT been perfect or easy. Denise overcame many traumas, losses, and disappointments. She persevered. Her success is rooted in her faith in God along with her "Never Give Up" passion and "Make It Happen" attitude. What People Have To Say when asked to describe Denise… “Confident”, “Strategic”, “Consistent” “Credible, and “Knowledgeable”.

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27 Jan 2022

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Dr. Barbara Peacock: Soul Care in African American Practice

Thrive With Asbury Seminary

Overview Today on the podcast, I had the true delight of getting to talk to Dr. Barbara L. Peacock. Dr. Peacock is a D.Min. graduate of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. She’s a spiritual director, author, teacher and preacher. She is the founder of Barbara L. Peacock Ministries, a ministry committed to developing disciples through prayer, spiritual direction, soul care, mentoring and teaching. In today’s conversation, we talk about Dr. Peacock’s call to ministry, her own struggle with depression, how she overcame that and the freedom that she has found on the other side of that suffering. We talk about her new book Soul Care in African American Practice that received the 2021 Christianity Today Award of Merit in the Spiritual Formation category. In this book, Dr. Peacock reflects on the disciplines of prayer, spiritual direction and soul care and how these are woven into the African American culture and lived out in the rich heritage of its faith community. She uses the examples of 10 significant men and women in the African American community to offer us the opportunity to engage in practices of soul care as we learn from these spiritual leaders. You can find a link to her book and the workbook that goes with it in our show notes today. You can purchase it through InterVarsity Press, Amazon or your local bookstore, so if you haven’t already done so, make sure you grab a copy of that. So without further ado, let’s listen to my conversation with Dr. Peacock!

1hr 10mins

20 Apr 2021

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On Soul Care: Prayer & Practice in African American Christianity with Barbara Peacock

Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper

Experienced spiritual director and award-winning author Dr. Barbara Peacock joins Jenn to share the compelling, beautiful ways in which African American women and men throughout history have approached soul care, prayer, and spiritual direction. Dr. Peacock also gives a glimpse into how a great cloud of witnesses has shaped her vocation and personal to ministry. Dr. Peacock and Jenn discuss the power of sabbath in our walk toward wholeness, the necessity of lament in our lives, and the gift of reflecting on our personal spiritual autobiographies. On this episode of Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper, Dr. Peacock:Explores how spiritual disciplines are woven into African American culture and lived out in the rich heritage of its faith community.Provides examples of Black Christians who have shaped her faith.Shares about how growing up on a farm rooted in her in a contemplative tradition.Reflects on the significance of watching her grandmother pray.Reads a stirring excerpt from her book Soul Care in African American Practice.About the guest: Dr. Peacock is a preacher, teacher, and spiritual director. She holds a Doctorate of Ministry from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary with a dissertation emphasis on spiritual direction and soul care. She lives in North Carolina with her husband. Her latest book, Soul Care in African American Practice, received the 2021 Christianity Today Award of Merit for Spiritual Formation.We’re proud to carry her book in our spiritual formation bookshop.Reflection point: Dr. Peacock teaches classes about writing spiritual autobiographies. As you’ve reflected on this episode, consider why it’s important to connect the dots of God’s presence in your life. As Jenn asked Dr. Peacock, can you recall a time when you felt deeply aware of your calling and vocation?Dr. Barbara PeacockSoul Care in African American PracticeSoul Care in African American Practice WorkbookAbout Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper: Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper explores faith where it hits the pavement of work, relationships, creativity, and real life. Inspired by Jenn’s curiosity and faith (and her work as a minister and spiritual director) we’re crafting a show to help you meaningfully explore your own life with Christ — and ultimately lead you to become more wholly human and more fully faithful. On Tuesdays, join us for a conversation with folks whose words, work, and witness have shaped our team’s understanding of God and practice of faith. (Plus, we’re featuring lots of good music, prompts for your reflection and practice, and plenty of invitations into a community of kindred spirits!)Find us on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. We appreciate your ratings and reviews, too.

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23 Mar 2021

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Episode 155 - Dr. Barbara Peacock, "African American Soul Care, Part 2”

Restoring the Soul with Michael John Cusick

“In order for me to understand the journey of the slave, I had to be on the ship.”  - Dr. Barbara PeacockMichael’s guest on today’s podcast is Dr. Barbara Peacock. An experienced preacher, teacher and minister of discipleship and prayer, Dr. Peacock trains in spiritual direction and soul care for ministry leaders and has a God-given call and desire to serve as spiritual coach for individuals and groups.Her latest book is titled Soul Care in African American Practice. It’s a fascinating look at prayer, spiritual direction, and soul care and how the transatlantic journey for the slaves was the entry point or beginning of spiritual direction and soul care from an African American perspective. As she and Michael wrap up the second half of their conversation, they will discuss the impact of Frederick Douglas, Dr. Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King, and Dr. Renita Weems. Be sure to listen the whole way through the interview as Barbara leads us in the practice of Lectio Divina.In this podcast, we hope you will discover:In Christ, nobody is better than anybody.Singing brings healing. Singing touches the soul. Singing is meaningful.Spiritual disciplines don’t have a color.Contact Restoring the Soul:- Tweet us at @michaeljcusick and @PodcastRTS- Like us on Facebook- Email us at info@restoringthesoul.comThanks for listening!

39mins

20 Nov 2020

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Episode 154 - Dr. Barbara Peacock, "African American Soul Care, Part 1”

Restoring the Soul with Michael John Cusick

“I went on a journey of seeking an entry point for the beginning of African American soul care.” - Dr. Barbara PeacockMichael’s guest on today’s podcast is Dr. Barbara Peacock, an experienced preacher, teacher and minister of discipleship and prayer. Dr. Peacock trains in spiritual direction and soul care for ministry leaders and has a God-given call and desire to serve as spiritual coach for individuals and groups.Her latest book with Intervarsity Press is titled Soul Care in African American Practice. It’s a fascinating look at prayer, spiritual direction, and soul care and how the transatlantic journey for the slaves was the entry point or beginning of spiritual direction and soul care from an African American perspective. Dr. Peacock also uses examples of ten significant men and women—like Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Howard Thurman and others—to give leadership examples of how important soul care was to their own lives. In this podcast, we hope you will discover:Soul care is a parallel to spiritual direction.Freedom is birthed out of suffering.The definition of spirituality with tenacity.Contact Restoring the Soul:- Tweet us at @michaeljcusick and @PodcastRTS- Like us on Facebook- Email us at info@restoringthesoul.comThanks for listening!

34mins

13 Nov 2020

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Soul Care in African American Practice (Gem with Barbara Peacock)

Unhurried Living

In her new book, Soul Care in African American Practice, Dr. Barbara L. Peacock illustrates a journey of prayer, spiritual direction, and soul care from an African American perspective. She reflects on how these disciplines are woven into the African American culture and lived out in the rich heritage of its faith community. Using examples of ten significant men and women―Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Darrell Griffin, Renita Weems, Harold Carter, Jessica Ingram, Coretta Scott King, James Washington, and Howard Thurman―Barbara Peacock offers us the opportunity to engage in practices of soul care as we learn from these spiritual leaders. If you've yearned for a more culturally authentic experience of spiritual transformation in your life and community, this book will help you grow in new yet timeless ways. Barbara L. Peacock (DMin, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is a spiritual director, author, teacher, and preacher. She is the founder of Barbara L. Peacock Ministries, a ministry committed to developing disciples through prayer, spiritual direction, soul care, mentoring, and teaching. Connect with Barbara on social media at:Facebook @barbara.peacock.35Twitter @bpeacock888Instagram @peacock9807

51mins

20 Jul 2020

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30 Middle Passage: Barbara Peacock on African American Soul Care

Betwixt Podcast at the Intersection of Faith & Culture

“I’m reading books by Richard Foster, Dallas Willard, Adele Calhoun, and I’m like, where is the information on African American spiritual direction? We need to have a voice in this community.”Dr. Barbara Peacock illustrates the liminal history of contemplative prayer, spiritual direction, and soul care within the African American tradition. Reflecting on significant men and women like Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and Howard Thurman—Barbara celebrates the practices of soul care as we learn from these spiritual leaders.“Liminal history is the only history that we know. We are a people that are continuously going from one revelation of humanity and equality to another.”Dr. Barbara is a preacher, teacher and a prayer warrior. Spiritual direction and soul care were the emphasis of her doctoral work, which led to her book Soul Care in African American Practice. “I believe we are on the brink of a great awakening. I think we’ve had one; we just didn’t realize it. I know people don’t see eye to eye on the protests, but there is a piercing and a transformation of the heart that is taking place.”Thank you to Taelor Gray for the podcast benediction with his song Closer.https://www.ivpress.com/soul-care-in-african-american-practice https://www.barbaralpeacock.com/ http://www.taelorgray.com/Special Thanks to these musicians for permission to include these songs:Taelor Gray: CloserKai Engle: Irens Tale, Salue, Machinery, Morning Placidity, DenouementBorrtex: Black OutAudiobinger: Winter is Coming, Past RegretsLee Rosevere: Under Suspicion

44mins

10 Jul 2020

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Episode 312 // Barbara Peacock On Soul Care in African American Practice

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This week we talk with spiritual director Barbara Peacock about her new book Soul Care in African American Practice.In our conversation, Barbara draws us in to the deep stream of spiritual direction and soul care flowing through the words of “ancestors” such as Frederick Douglas, Rosa Parks, Renita Weems, and Howard Thurman. Through her kindness, patience, and tenacity Barbara details the history of spiritual direction in the African-American tradition and the wisdom we can find when we explore the voices of those who suffered injustice and hate but pressed on in their formation with grace.Barbara L. Peacock (DMin, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is a spiritual director, author, teacher, and preacher. She is the founder of Barbara L. Peacock Ministries, a ministry committed to developing disciples through prayer, spiritual direction, soul care, mentoring, and teaching.You can find more information about Barbara’s work here.Music by Robert EbbensArtwork by Eric Wright/Metamora Design

41mins

4 May 2020

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157: American Bedroom with Barbara Peacock

Hit The Streets with Valerie Jardin

In this episode of hit The Streets, Valerie shares a delightful conversation with photographer Barbara Peacock about the making of American Bedroom, a truly inspiring project! 

53mins

5 Mar 2020

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