Discussions about faith and spirituality.
Be Healed with Nickolas Gaines
Healing is difficult, messy, and necessary work. It is work we do in community. When done right, we are made whole and we have the same impact on those around us. Nickolas Gaines joins us this week to provide a roadmap toward healing. This is a journey for all of us. Let’s begin together.
A Very Special Episode w/Nickolas Gaines
Nickolas Gaines joins us again we learn how we can heal and be whole. We deal with the impact of the pandemic on our children and how to navigate all of the changes they are experiencing. Nick introduces the concept of reparenting and how it helps us in our healing process.
Hoodoo with Dr. Iyelli Ichile
The African American religious tradition is varied. One of those traditions is distinctly ours. It was created for and maintained by us. Hoodoo is the faith of our ancestors. Its influences continue to touch most areas of Black American life. In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Iyelli Ichile, as we explore this faith that sustained our ancestors and why it is especially important for us to consider it in the 21st century.
Following the Capitol Insurrection and the role the American Church has played in the events and what preceded it. In this episode, Mike & Amera explore how those events may change the religious landscape.
Process Theology w/Dr. Monica A. Coleman
Rev. Dr. Monica A. Coleman joins us this week as we dive into Process Theology. Dr. Coleman discusses how Process Theology answers the question about evil and suffering, God’s power, and our place in this ever-changing universe. Join us as we liberate our faith!
Check out more of Dr. Coleman's work at https://monicaacoleman.com
Process Theology 101 - http://processtheology101.com
Advent Journal - http://bit.ly/MonicaAdvent
The Power of Story
Ahead of the election, we’re discussing the function and power of story. We look at the hero’s journey in the Bible and the theology of Parable of the Sower, The Color Purple, and Lovecraft Country. All of these tell stories around identity. We are asking who tells our stories and how do we reclaim that power?