In this episode of Faithfully Podcast, host Nicola Menzie reports on a Black Lives Matter panel discussion featuring an activist and two ministers.
Rapzilla’s Chad Horton and music writer Justin Sarachik join Faithfully Podcast hosts in conversation about Christianity, race and hip-hop.
Christian rapper Lecrae Moore sparked a discussion among Evangelicals when he tweeted a photo of blacks picking cotton in a field on July 4, 2016.
The Rev. Middleton joined hosts Nicola Menzie and Keisha Boston to discuss the June 17, 2015, tragedy during a May 20 recording of Faithfully Podcast.
Crowdfunding platform @HopeMob, founded in 2012 by Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King, has re-emerged after a period of inactivity with a new director.
Bruce Reyes-Chow joined the Faithfully Podcast crew recently to share his thoughts on issues Asian Americans face when it comes to race and culture.
Hip-hop artist Thi’sl joined Faithfully Podcast kept it one hundred on how God used a murder charge to help him find his way to Christ and much more.
Sandra Maria Van Opstal describes herself as “a liturgist and activist who is passionate about mobilizing Christians for reconciliation and justice.”
Why do some Christians from the South feel so strongly about the Confederate flag? Was the Civil War about states’ rights or ultimately about slavery?
Martin Luther King, Jr. once said that no law could desegregate churches. Integration was something churches would have to work out on their own.