On this episode, Darryl Ford discussed the trauma he experienced in church and how he is working through it.
On this episode, Dr. Monique Gadson discussed Meagan Good's comments about church attendance, church hurt and what the church can do better.
On this episode, Dr. Walter A. McCray on how he has engaged the conscious community for over 50 years, his legendary books on the black presence in the bible and racial reconciliation.
On this episode, Lisa Fields discussed the topics for Courageous Conversations 2019, handling criticism and the importance of civil discourse.
On this episode, we discuss the death and resurrection of Jesus through the lens of the black experience in America.
On this episode, Bishop Emilio Alvarez discussed Afro-Latino, Pentecostalism, and black religions.
On this episode, BJ Thompson discussed what we could learn from Boomerang on BET, church hurt and engaging black millennials.
On this episode, Marcus Jerkins discussed the black presence in the New Testament.
On this episode, Brian "B. Dot" Miller discussed hip hop and his faith.
On this episode, Bishop Vaughn McLaughlin discussed the Gospel, salvation, orthopraxy, urban apologetics, economic empowerment, and the body of Christ.
On this episode, Dr. Jamal Hopkins discussed Hebrew Israelites, black identity and the King James Version of the Bible with guest host, Cam Triggs.
On this episode, Laura Swan discussed her book "The Forgotten Desert Mothers" and early African Church mothers.
On this episode, Jemar Tisby discussed his new book "The Color of Compromise".
On this episode, Dr. Monique Gadson discussed the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries and what the church can learn.
On this episode, Dr. Peter Williams discussed his new book "Can We Trust the Gospels?".
On this episode, Dr. David Wilhite discussed the complicated life of the early African church father Tertullian.
On this episode, Dr. Jamal-Dominique Hopkins discussed the Dead Sea Scrolls and how they dispel the false narrative of the "curse on blackness".
On this episode, Dr. John Swinton discussed how we can love and care for our friends and family with mental health challenges.
On this episode, BJ Thompson discussed his new books, #givingTuesday, and minority-led vs minority served nonprofit organizations.
On this episode, Dr. Jo Vitale discussed whether or not God is sexist, #metoo, #churchtoo, problematic passages in the Old Testament for women, rape in the Old Testament, and the Levite and the concubine in Judges 19.