“Midwives of culture for grace and truth.”Welcome to Truth’s Table with Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson, and Ekemini Uwan. We are Black Christian women who love truth and seek it out wherever it leads us. We will share our perspectives on race, politics, gender, current events, and pop culture that are filtered through our Christian faith. So pull up a chair and have a seat at the table with us. Learn more at TruthsTable.com
Rank #1: Behind The Book: Gay Girl, Good God with Jackie Hill-Perry.
In this episode, Christina and Ekemini are joined by Jackie Hill-Perry to talk about her new book, Gay Girl, Good God. The hosts attempt to engage Jackie’s book and her life story with an open ear and critically discerning questions. Jackie Hill Perry is a writer, poet, and artist whose work has been featured on the Washington Times, The 700 Club, Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, and other publications. Since becoming a Christian in 2008, she has been compelled to use her speaking and teaching gifts to share the light of the gospel of God as authentically as she can. At home she is a wife to Preston and Mommy to Eden and Autumn. Pull up a chair and have a seat at the table.Hosts:Michelle Higgins (twitter.com/AfroRising)Christina Edmondson (twitter.com/DrCEdmondson)Ekemini Uwan (twitter.com/sista_theology)Producer:Joshua Heath (twitter.com/J_DotMusic4) Executive Producer: Beau York (twitter.com/TheRealBeauYork)Special Thanks To:The Witness: A Black Christian Collective - www.TheWitnessBCC.com (twitter.com/TheWitnessBCC)Podastery - www.podastery.com (twitter.com/Podastery)
Rank #2: Facts About Lecrae.
This week the ladies of Truth's Table hit pause on the much discussed Multiethnic Church series to welcome special guest: Hip hop recording artist, songwriter, record producer and Grammy award winner Lecrae! If you haven't already picked up his latest album All Things Work Together, stop what your doing and check it out. Listen closely to 'Facts' and you may recognize a few samples from the Truth Table podcast episode 'Malcom X' featuring our very own Ekemini Uwan! Guest:Website: http://www.lecrae.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/lecraeHosts:Michelle Higgins (twitter.com/AfroRising)Christina Edmondson (twitter.com/DrCEdmondson)Ekemini Uwan (twitter.com/sista_theology)Producer:Joshua Heath (twitter.com/J_DotMusic4) Executive Producer: Beau York (twitter.com/TheRealBeauYork)Special Thanks To:RAAN - www.RAANetwork.org (twitter.com/RAANetwork)Podastery - www.podastery.com (twitter.com/Podastery)
The Jude 3 Project is helping you know what you believe and why you believe it.
Rank #1: Too Woke for Church? - Special Guest: Sho Baraka.
On this episode, Sho Baraka discussed wokeness, church attendance, and reconciliation.
Rank #2: Slavery in the Bible - Dr. Esau McCaulley.
On this episode, Dr. Esau McCaulley discussed slavery in the Bible.
Join rapper and activist Propaganda and his wife, university professor Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty, on their red couch for candid conversations and interviews covering everything from pop culture to important social issues—all with the unique perspective, insight and wit only they can bring.
Rank #1: Sophistorachet.
This week our duo goes in depth about what exactly is the deal with immigration! Sheesh! We see how this thing has caused so many stale mates in congress. Then they introduce us to the concept of Sophistorachet. And to explain it deeper prop interviewed Business man and Los Angeles hiphop legend Murs, and trama councilor, Juliana Carter; who happens to be married to Murs. Check out Murs Music and work here The hiphopdx breakdown: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOclQd__D4r_hThmTtvuSU5Tsat0cL3Jv https://open.spotify.com/artist/2dWF6m2ksP9GN75fufFp16?si=u7unsxZgRuKdjFtvCL7CEQ
Rank #2: Performative Hoodness.
Today the squad discuss the difference between gang membership and gang affiliation, the homey Comey’s return to the public, proxy wars and whether Cardi B is the new Selena. We also Interview Rich and Anna Perez, where we chop it up about Performative Hoodness, no really its a thing. Preemptive love Embedded Gentrefication; https://www.citylab.com/equity/2016/08/defininggenteficationinlatino/neighborhoods/495923/ https://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/18/us/losangelesneighborhoodtriestochangebutavoidthepitfalls.html Mi Casa Uptown
Sermons from Epiphany Fellowship Church
Rank #1: So You've Been Sinned Against | Dr. Paul Tripp.
Dr. Paul Tripp teaches from Romans 12:1-2, 14-21. Dr. Tripp encourages us to die to ourselves, and know the will of God for ourselves. Telling ourselves that we will never repay evil for evil. Tune in and be blessed! Grace and Peace
Rank #2: #WokeChurch.
Pastor Mason spoke from Proverbs 31:8-9 on the subject #WokeChurch. With a panel of experts from different disciplines they engaged the issues of race and justice from a biblical rubric
A podcast about Faith and Work from Harbor Media
Rank #1: Jackie Hill Perry.
Jackie Hill Perry is a rapper, a poet, a speaker and a writer. On today’s show, she shares her story of coming to faith, she talks about how she became an artist, and she talks about her creative process. You can find Jackie’s work at jackiehillperry.com Today’s show was produced and edited by Mike Cosper Additional editing to TJ Hester It was mixed by Mark Owens at Resonate Recordings.com Thanks to Lachlan Coffey and Scott Slucher Our theme song is by Roman Candle Today’s soundtrack was by Jackie Hill Perry Thanks to Humble Beast Records for letting us use her music Daniela Rueda is our administrator Chris Bennett designed our logos If you like what we’re doing at Harbor Media, please consider visiting harbormedia.com/donate and chipping in a few bucks.
Rank #2: Andy Crouch.
Andy Crouch is the author of several books including "Culture Making", "Playing God", and most recently, "Strong and Weak". He is a thought leader amongst Christians trying to understand the intersection of faith and culture. On today's show, we cover a lot of ground, including Andy's story, empathy and the imagination, emotions and embodiment, and much, much more. Plus... this is just part one of two! We'll be back with more of Andy next week. Today's show was written, produced, and edited by Mike Cosper Additional editing to TJ Hester It was mixed by Mark Owens at resonaterecordings.com Thanks to Lachlan Coffey and Scott Slucher Our theme song is by Roman Candle Today's soundtrack was by Dan Phelps and Roman Candle Daniela Rueda is our administrator Chris Bennet designed our logos If you like what we're doing at Habor Media, please consider visiting harbormedia.com/donate and donating!
Chasing Justice is a podcast powered by The JUSTICE Conference. The hope of this Podcast is to create a cross tribal listenership as we engage in needed spotlight justice issues concerning our nation and the greater global good of humankind. Our intent is not for the podcast to be preachy but exploratory of ideas and methods that are worth considering as we fight for justice as it pertains to God’s kingdom and not humanity’s. Join us on this journey and hear from those that you are familiar with, those you are unfamiliar with, those you agree, and disagree with, those who may offend you and those who will inspire hope as we explore what it means to chase Justice Together. This podcast will is hosted by Tyler Burns and will feature co-hosts, Vickie Reddy, Mark Reddy, and Adam Thomason with surprise guests and topics. All podcasts are produced and edited by Jonathan Clausen
Rank #1: Episode 9: Dr. Cornel West.
Writer, Speaker, Professor, and Activist Dr. Cornel West joins us on this episode to talk about President Obama, liberalism, a holistic view of justice, and fighting for the “least of these.” Keep up with him at cornelwest.com. Tune is as we chase justice together. Chasing Justice is a podcast powered by The JUSTICE Conference. The hope of this Podcast is to create a cross tribal listenership as we engage in needed spotlight justice issues concerning our nation and the greater global good of humankind. Our intent is not for the podcast to be preachy but exploratory of ideas and methods that are worth considering as we fight for justice as it pertains to God’s kingdom and not humanity’s. Join us on this journey and hear from those that you are familiar with, those you are unfamiliar with, those you agree, and disagree with, those who may offend you and those who will inspire hope as we explore what it means to chase Justice Together. This podcast will is hosted by Tyler Burns and will feature co-hosts, Vickie Reddy, Mark Reddy, and Adam Thomason with surprise guests and topics. All podcasts are produced and edited by Jonathan Clauson.
Rank #2: Episode 7: Lecrae.
Join us as we chase justice with Grammy-award winning hip hop artist and author Lecrae. He has influenced millions with his art, and we speak with him about crafting a framework for justice, the power of narrative, and holistic theology. Tune is as we chase justice together. Follow Lecrae at lecrae.com and @lecrae on all social media platforms. Chasing Justice is a podcast powered by The JUSTICE Conference. The hope of this Podcast is to create a cross tribal listenership as we engage in needed spotlight justice issues concerning our nation and the greater global good of humankind. Our intent is not for the podcast to be preachy but exploratory of ideas and methods that are worth considering as we fight for justice as it pertains to God’s kingdom and not humanity’s. Join us on this journey and hear from those that you are familiar with, those you are unfamiliar with, those you agree, and disagree with, those who may offend you and those who will inspire hope as we explore what it means to chase Justice Together. This podcast will is hosted by Tyler Burns and will feature co-hosts, Vickie Reddy, Mark Reddy, and Adam Thomason with surprise guests and topics. All podcasts are produced and edited by Jonathan Clauson.
This is the official podcast for The Front Porch. The Front Porch is a place for conversations about biblical faithfulness in African-American churches and beyond. See more at www.thefrontporch.org.
Rank #1: Biblical Manhood.
According to the Washington Times, 15 million children in the U.S. are being raised without fathers this year. How will this affect the church? What does it really mean for men to be 'men' and still love Jesus? How can men be discipled not according to the world's standards but God's standards? The usual suspects -- Tony Carter and Philip Duncanson are back at it on The Front Porch, choppin' it up about the increasingly pervasive, important issue of biblical manhood.
Rank #2: Where was the Injustice in Ferguson?.
In the wake of Ferguson, Thabiti Anyabwile chops it up with host Isaac Adams to discuss where he specifically saw injustice in the legal proceedings. What are your thoughts? What can we do going forward? C’mon up and join the conversation.
Listen in as Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, talks about the latest books, cultural conversations and pressing ethical questions that point us toward the kingdom of Christ.
Rank #1: Russell Moore & Tim Keller: A Conversation.
In this episode of Signposts, I sit down with Pastor Tim Keller, Chairman of Redeemer City to City and the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. We talk about his ministry, his work reaching out to an increasingly secular American culture, and spiritual formation for Christians. Listen below, and subscribe to Signposts to get new episodes when they publish. The post Russell Moore & Tim Keller: A Conversation appeared first on Russell Moore.
Rank #2: Signposts: A Conversation With Rosaria Butterfield.
In this special episode of Signposts I sit down with professor and author Rosaria Butterfield to talk about her conversion to Christ, her previous life in the LGBT community, and what Christians need to remember when reaching out to the world around them. Listen below, and use the links to subscribe to Signposts and get new episodes automatically when they publish. The post Signposts: A Conversation With Rosaria Butterfield appeared first on Russell Moore.
One church leader, one calling, one honest conversation. An interview show about the nature of church leadership, the inherent struggles that come with that calling, and the many different ways God has shaped individuals to work within his church. Every episode features a long-form, highly personal interview with a church leader.
Rank #1: Barnabas Piper Isn't Hiding from His Divorce.
Barnabas Piper Isn't Hiding from His Divorce by Christianity Today
Rank #2: Keith Getty Is Still Fighting the Worship Wars.
Barnabas Piper, Ted Kluck, and Ronnie Martin cheerfully - if sarcastically - rant about all the things that don't matter all that much (and some that do).
Rank #1: Episode #228 - J.D. Greear Broke Church, 2019 Predictions, and More.
In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Ronnie, and Barnabas suss out the following pressing topics: Our 2019 resolutions Ted's grudges J.D. Greear's cosmically, epically controversial decision to cancel services on New Year's Sunday Predictions for 2019 including the next big reformed star, the next big heretic, and more
Rank #2: Episode #247 - Furtick, Osteen, and Pastor Side Hustles.
In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Barnabas, and Ronnie suss out big events in the world of famous "preachers." Steven Furtick preaches (or "preaches") at Lakewood, and it is an experience Pastors and their side hustles If Furtick were a musician who would he be? If Furtick were a comedian who would he be? Debating a new signoff
Pastors’ Talk is a weekly conversation between Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever about practical aspects of the Christian life and pastoral ministry.
Rank #1: Episode 106: On Spiritual Gifts.
“I’m gifted in . . . ” How would you finish that sentence?In this episode of Pastors’ Talk, Mark and Jonathan talk about how our spiritual gifts are primarily meant for the body. Our gifts aren’t, first and foremost, about our ability, but others’ edification.Join the 9Marks community:GET THE APP: http://9marks.link/appTWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/9MarksFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/9MarksINSTAGRAM: https://www.instragram.com/9MarksBOOKSTORE: https://www.9marks.org/bookstore
Rank #2: Episode 103: On Pastoring a Small Church (with PJ Tibayan & Jonathan Worsley).
Pastoring small churches comes with unique challenges. In this Pastors’ Talk episode, Jonathan Leeman, Mark Dever, PJ Tibayan, and Jonathan Worsley discuss the blessings and burdens of shepherding a small flock.Join the 9Marks community:GET THE APP: http://9marks.link/appTWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/9MarksFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/9MarksINSTAGRAM: https://www.instragram.com/9MarksBOOKSTORE: https://www.9marks.org/bookstore
Doctrine and Devotion is a weekly podcast exploring Christian faith and practice from an experiential perspective marked by the fun and humor that characterize real friendship.
Rank #1: Porn.
Warning: Today's episode contains material that is mature in nature, and may not be appropriate for all audiences. Joe and Jimmy throw up the mics to talk through the issue of pornography. What is pornography, and why do we need to talk about it? What are the effects of porn on individuals, families, and the world? Is there a way out of porn?
Rank #2: What's A Baptist?.
On this episode Jimmy and Joe answer the question, “What is a baptist?” What are the historic principles that identified baptists early on and throughout most of our history? What is a Southern Baptist? And what do the guys think of unifying principles of Southern Baptists today? Plus, Jimmy is unfamiliar with ties and the cops love Joe. RECOMMENDATIONS Associational Churchmanship by James Renihan and Richard Barcellos Why I Am a Baptist by various authors Baptist Why and Why Not by J.M. Frost For all the links and show notes visit www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/baptist
Matters of culture should matter to us—because they matter to God. Hosted by Adam Griffin and Adam Hawkins, the Culture Matters podcast explores the intersection of faith and culture. Looking at everything from politics, art and entertainment to issues such as racial reconciliation and the sanctity of human life, we discuss what it looks like to live faithfully on mission—in the world but not of the world.
Rank #1: Tony Romo on Faith and Football.
The quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo, talks with Matt and Josh about the intersection of faith and professional sports. He shares his testimony, discusses the unique challenges of being a Christian and a pro athlete and also opens up about what family discipleship looks like in the Romo home.
Rank #2: Juneteenth and Systemic Racism.
In light of Juneteenth, we discuss systemic racism and why the Church today should care. We’re also joined by Charlie Dates, senior pastor of Progressive Baptist Church in Chicago.
Each week the editors of Christianity Today go beyond hashtags and hot-takes and set aside time to explore the reality behind a major cultural event.
Rank #1: Beth Moore Is Speaking Up.
In August 2010, CT published a cover story on Beth Moore, “Why Women Want Moore: Homespun, savvy, and with a relentless focus on Jesus, Beth Moore has become the most popular Bible teacher in America.” Intensely popular among evangelical women when the story was published nearly a decade ago, Moore, a Southern Baptist, has increasingly drawn the attention of American Christians at large. More recently, Moore has also begun speaking out on politics, sexual abuse, and the misogyny that she has experienced in the church. Her preferred platform has been Twitter, where she has nearly a million followers. Earlier this year, she tweeted that in 2016, for the first time, she was able to confront the abuses and misuses of power she had seen and experienced in the Southern Baptist denomination. Earlier this month she also provoked another controversy with some Southern Baptist leaders when discussing how she would be preaching at an upcoming church. Yet her influence shows no sign of waning. “I think a lot of evangelical women look to her for shaping their theological views, for understanding how to study the Bible, but then also just in general,” said Sarah Pulliam Bailey, a religion reporter for the Washington Post who wrote the Moore cover story. “She's funny and she's charismatic and quick. … She doesn't have just Southern Baptist fans; it stretches far beyond that. And if she were to somehow shift in her views, it would be a big deal. So I think she has a big voice [among Southern Baptists], but she's not just dependent on the Southern Baptist Convention.” Pulliam Bailey joined digital media producer Morgan Lee and editor in chief Mark Galli to discuss how Beth Moore came to hold this platform, when she began to speak out on more controversial topics, and what this means for communities she’s part of.
Rank #2: What Tim Keller Wants American Christians to Know About Politics.
Last week, millions of Americans were caught up in the Senate’s Supreme Court hearings. There, psychologist Christine Blasey Ford testified that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually attacked her while the two were in high school. Several hours later, Kavanaugh emphatically refuted Blasey Ford’s allegations. The hearings came months after Justice Anthony Kennedy, long seen as a swing vote on the court, announced his retirement. This news prompted alarm from the pro-choice community who feared that the new balance in the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. Wade. Despite their fears, Kavanaugh’s confirmation seemed on track until Blasey Ford’s allegations went public. Shortly after the hearing, a book excerpt from Tim Keller, the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, appeared in The New York Times. “Christians cannot pretend they can transcend politics and simply ‘preach the Gospel,’” he wrote in his latest book Prodigal Prophet: Jonah and the Mystery of God’s Mercy. “Those who avoid all political discussions and engagement are essentially casting a vote for the social status quo. … To not be political is to be political.” But that doesn’t mean that Christians have to hold convictions about every moment of political life, said Keller. One example: knowing exactly who or what to believe about Kavanaugh and Ford: “Neither you nor I are decision makers at all. We’re not being asked to make a decision. If I was in a position where I had to make a decision—I had a vote or I had to do something about it—then I would be doing everything I could to get to the bottom of things,” Keller told CT. “I’m not sure why everyone on Twitter feels like they have to come to a position. That’s actually kind of new.” Keller joined associate digital media producer Morgan Lee and editor in chief Mark Galli to discuss how he follows this news, where his political convictions come from, and just how great the stakes are of politics.
Forth District is a family of podcasts dedicated to creating a space for you to have those important conversations with insight, candor and humor. Whether it’s sports or politics,
Rank #1: Forth And Ten | Pet dinosaurs, Love Songs, and Flavor Complexions.
Forth & Ten is a sports talk podcast hosted by three of the funniest comedian/sports fans in Atlanta: Nate Owens(@iam_owens), David Perdue(@DueOrDie), and Damon Sumner(@DamonJr). On every episode the guys will take on 10 topics related to sports across the country and generally be hilarious along the way! So tune in to what might be the most ridiculous/awesome sports podcast...EVER?Get exclusive content at www.patreon.com/ForthandtenOn this episode of Forth and Ten, the guys are back to talk about very tall humans, the best love songs of all time, and what type of flavor complexions are offered in the world! This and so much more! Full show Run Down:1. UMBC. High seeds fall2. Poole Mistaken for Peele 3. Tennis balls. Yellow or green 4. No regrets for Iggy regarding Young’s clothes 5. NSYNC vs Backstreet Boys b-ball 6. Nate Hates Celeon Deion Haters7. Don't Draft Me!?8. Clarkson thinks Dinosaurs were Pets 9. P.J. Tucker sneaker king 10. Players discouraged from taking classes
Rank #2: F&10 | MJ, Mascots, and Mt. Rushmore w/Comedian Mia Jackson.
This week the guys are joined by comedian Mia Jackson to talk through all the important things. Taco Tuesday, broken noses, and have we found the best names in sports history?