MARTY From Social Club Misfits Plays Our Culture Quiz, John Eldredge Talks Soul Care and Derek Minor Opens Up About the Chauvin Verdict
The RELEVANT Podcast
This week, MARTY from Social Club Misfits is in the hot seat playing our RELEVANT Culture Quiz: TV Edition, author John Elredge joins us for our Quarterlife conversation (presented by UHSM) talking about the importance of soul care, especially post-pandemic, and of course we talk about the issue gripping America this week—the Chauvin verdict—and what it means moving forward. Plus, we have Slices, RELEVANT Recommends brings you some Oscar picks and a lot more! Help Ronye Replace His Stolen Camera Equipment https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-ronye-replace-stolen-camera-equipment?utm_campaign=p_cp_url&utm_medium=os&utm_source=customer --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/relevant-podcast/message
Kanye & Derek Minor Win Grammys, GAWVI & Hulvey New Albums, & More | Top Christian Rap News
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In this episode I speak with Derek Minor about Christian music. Specifically, I wanted to ask him if he felt welcomed into the community the way I did. We touched on some areas in which our experiences were similar, and some area in which they couldn't be more different.As always, Derek speaks from the heart, with conviction and courage. I hope you learn as much from this chat as I did.Learn more about Derek Minor at:http://www.derekminor.com/https://www.instagram.com/thederekminor/https://twitter.com/thederekminorAnd support his organization:http://www.weownnow.com
DNA: A Conversation with Derek Minor about Race in America
Shoe the Doe
DNA meet live to catch up and then talk a bit about their conversation four years ago with artist Derek Minor about racism in America. They then play the entire interview as the topic unfortunately remains relevant.
250 - “Evangelical Christian” w/ Shane Claiborne, Derek Minor
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
What does that terminology even mean anymore? Is it a label we should dispose of because of the reputation and image it symbolizes? Does it even matter? Shane gives us his take, including why he's not on board with the "ex-vangelical" posture or #emptythepews sorts of movements. John Mark McMillan, Ellen Mauro, and I talk about cancelling people and Derek Minor drops in to share a few minutes of wisdom about viewing haters through eyes of empathy. Time stamps:6:07 - John Mark McMillan, Ellen Mauro17:35 - Derek Minor38:45 - Shane ClaiborneDerek Minor: @thederekminor, www.DerekMinor.comShane Claiborne: @shaneclaiborne, www.redletterchristians.orgJJohn Mark McMillan: @johnmarkmc, https://www.johnmarkmcmillan.com/Instagram account: www.instagram.com/PWNApodCurrent DonorSee: https://donorsee.com/pwnahelpsGet notifications each time we start raising money to get more information on our current opportunity to “save the day” for team humanity. Text PWNAd to 31010.Join us as a patron! https://www.patreon.com/pwnapodJoin the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PWNAtalkhttps://twitter.com/pwnapod https://twitter.com/joeysvendsen https://www.facebook.com/PWNApod CALL 507-403-PWNA (7962): Questions, Comments, Feedback, Pushback, frustration? Air it out on our voicemail and we may air it on an episode. E-mail PWNAcontact@gmail.com for correspondenceTheme and background music courtesy of:http://www.derekminor.com/Executive Producer of PWNApod: Jared Svendsen
As we enter this new decade, I thought it would be fun to talk to a few friends and reflect back on what life was like 10 years ago. In these conversations, you’ll hear guests speak about what God has done in their life, their dreams and goals, things they would have done differently, and things they’re most proud of. And, looking back always causes me to look forward, so we’ll also chat about dreams for the next ten years! My guest today is Derek Minor. Derek has earned the title of veteran in the game not only as a rapper but also as a producer and businessman. After a decade of making music, the award-winning artist has established himself as a leading voice of hope in the midst of darkness. Friends, Derek is a light and I so enjoyed our conversation today. In this episode, we chat about his last 10 years, starting his own record label, Reflection Music Group, his introduction to the white Evangelical church, and navigating the tightrope of being Black, Christian, and a Hip-Hop artist. He also shares transparently about his struggles in a predominantly white church during the shootings of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Philando Castile, and other Black men lost to police violence. I found it especially moving (or convicting?) when Derek says, “The version of unity that [the church] is asking for always involves the Black people being quiet about their pain and the white people getting to move on.” I am so grateful for Derek’s voice and the way he uses his platform so honestly; the world is better for it. To see some of Derek’s other ventures, check out Ownership is the New Black -- a movement promoting and supporting black ownership, shifting our consumer power to ownership power. Connect with Jamie Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // YouTube GET ALL THE LINKS FROM THE SHOW HERESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's me Fern, I'm just checking on you, you good? - Episode 5 Derek Minor
“It’s me Fern, I’m just checking on you, You good? Podcast.
On this weeks episode, I had such a great time talking with @derekminor One of my favorite talks so far. If you’re an artist, creative, entrepreneur, or a fan, Derek delivers the wisdom that only comes from experience, and putting in the work. Hope everyone is well, and staying safe. To every listener, and subscriber, Thank you so much for your continued support. Much love, More shows on the way, Ep.5 out now!Credits for beats used in this episode:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GYIy5QCWc2KM_syUYimasV0LsLKKp4tUwSjGKc947Go/edit?usp=sharingCredits for efx used:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zmeTeLXf4T8L421iIILmVLzbnqoxoUywlBBP-85BBaQ/edit?usp=sharing
224 - Derek Minor / Why Does Hip-hop Get Away With Objectifying Women?
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
Why does it seem hip-hop culture and Super Bowl Halftime Show Gets Away with Objectifying Women? Hip-Hop Art creator, Derek Minor, schools us in hip-hop culture, highlighting its disconnect with society’s drive to be “woke.” He also brings an admonition to have more patience for people’s normal maturation processes, including those of young hip-hop artists. Our current “cancel culture” doesn’t honor the human journey. Derek also shares the current nature of his career and how calm and blessed he feels in this new corona-virus world we live in. We also discuss the devastating blow for private business owners and musicians. John and Natalie also assess Joey’s conservative view of the 2020 Super Bowl half-time show. Derek Minor: @thederekminorhttp://www.derekminor.com/All music on this podcast brought to you by Derek Minor Scott Shay’s upcoming webinar:https://www.scottshay.com/lovethyneighbor Instagram account: www.instagram.com/PWNApodCurrent DonorSee: https://donorsee.com/pwnahelpsGet notifications each time we start raising money to get more information on our current opportunity to “save the day” for team humanity. Text PWNAd to 31010.Join us as a patron! https://www.patreon.com/pwnapodJoin the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PWNAtalkhttps://twitter.com/pwnapod https://twitter.com/joeysvendsen https://www.facebook.com/PWNApod CALL 507-403-PWNA (7962): Questions, Comments, Feedback, Pushback, frustration? Air it out on our voicemail and we may air it on an episode. E-mail PWNAcontact@gmail.com for correspondenceTheme and background music courtesy of:http://www.derekminor.com/Executive Producer of PWNApod: Jared Svendsen