Monday, October 24, 2016

The Latest From Faithfully Podcast

Kristi Watts, former co-host of The 700 Club appeared on Faithfully Podcast Oct. 4, 2016.

In this episode of Faithfully Podcast, host Nicola Menzie speaks with Kristi Watts, most known for co-hosting “The 700 Club” with Pat Robertson on his Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN).
Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

In this episode of Faithfully Podcast, Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, explains why she believes all Americans should care about Islamophobia. Host ...
The Rev Kip Banks, pastor of East Washington Heights Baptist Church in Washington, DC

In this episode of Faithfully Podcast, host Nicola Menzie reports on a Black Lives Matter panel discussion featuring an activist and two ministers, one of whom believes the prosperity gospel ...
chance lecrae dmx

In this episode of Faithfully Podcast, Rapzilla's Chad Horton and music writer Justin Sarachik join hosts Nicola Menzie, Keisha Boston and Vincent Funaro in a conversation about race, Christianity and ...
Lecrae performs on Jimmy Fallon's show

Needless to say, the photo of cotton-picking blacks sparked quite a response among his Twitter followers, which number more than 1 million.
The Rev. Waltrina Middleton appeared on Faithfully Podcast May 20, 2016.

The Rev. Waltrina Middleton discusses the attack on members of Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina, by a white supremacist and a forced narrative of forgiveness.
The the Rev. Leroy Barber, an activist, pastor, an author, and director of nonprofit crowdfunding platform @HopeMob.

@HopeMob, the crowdfunding platform founded in 2012 by Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King and Chad Kellough, has re-emerged after a period of inactivity with a new director and a ...
Bruce Reyes-Chow.

The Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow shares his thoughts and observations on some issues Asian Americans face when it comes to experiences reflecting race and culture.

Faithfully Podcast is the only podcast show that is 100 percent dedicated to discussions about how Christianity informs matters of race and culture from an ethnically diverse and ecumenical perspective.
christian rapper and hip hop artist Thisl

Rapper Thi'sl explains how God called him from a life of crime, why he lives on mission in the hood for God, and comments on Birdman, Lil' Kim, Lecrae.
Sandra Maria Van Opstal, author of The Next Worship Glorifying God in a Diverse World

Chicago pastor Sandra Maria Van Opstal said some of what she experienced after moving to a more affluent area of the city as a child of South American immigrants partly ...
Dr. Otis W. Pickett. (Photo: Courtesy Dr. Otis W. Pickett)

Why do some white Christians from the South feel so strongly about the Confederate flag, and was the Civil War really about states' rights or was the conflict ultimately about ...
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