Our social justice advocacy needs to move beyond the limits of likes, sharing, and click-rates.On #Activism, we'll talk about what it means to be a Christian responding to the needs of the world.
It’s become clear that religious liberty is threatened across the globe. Right now, that is best evidenced by the genocide of the Uighur Muslims in China. What is the role of Christians in religious oppression, especially when the religion isn’t Christianity? Joining host Mae Elise Cannon is Ambassador Samuel Brownback, Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.
Mae Elise Cannon is joined by J. Nicole Morgan, author of Fat and Faithful: Learning to Love our Bodies, Our Neighbors, and Ourselves, to discuss the concept of Imago Dei as it pertains to the body positivity movement.
#CreativeConfrontation with Shane Claiborne
It isn't news that there are many social injustices going on in our world today. But how do we, as Christians, respond to these injustices? Mae Elise Cannon is joined by Shane Claiborne, founder of the Simple Way and Red Letter Ministries, to discuss Creative Confrontation and what it looks like to actually live out the words of Jesus.
In the coming days, Israel seeks to formally annex significant, valuable parts of land in the Palestinian controlled territory known as the West Bank.
If Israel succeeds, it would threaten the possibility of peace between Israelis and Palestinians, while fostering the potential for abuse of Palestinian human rights.
#Activism's hose, Mae Elise Cannon, is joined by Palestinian author and pastor, Munther Isaac, to discuss what Christians in the United States can do to support Christians in the Middle-East and help protect Palestinian human rights.
#BibleVsTrump with Bishop Michael Curry
All 50 states, as well as Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, have erupted in protest against systemic racism and police brutality.
Meanwhile President Trump, calling protestors "weak" and "fools," used tear gas to clear a way for a photo-op in front of a church, holding a Bible but never opening it.
#Activism's host, Mae Elise Cannon, is joined by Presiding Bishop Curry of The Episcopal Church to discuss what Christians are called to do when the oppressed are attacked by the state.
#RunwithMaud and #JusticeforFloyd
In the wake of the brutal killing of Ahmaud Arberry, Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III discusses systemic racism in United States. Recorded prior to the killing of George Floyd by police, Moss's words carry a sadly prophetic truth.
How do white christians stand with the oppressed in this time? Listen in as host Mae Elise Cannon searches for that answer alongside Rev. Dr. Moss III.
#RunwithMaud #JusticeforFloyd #BlackLivesMatter