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All things Faith, Justice,Advocacy, Identity,Theology,Feminism, and the Kenyan Church

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All things Faith, Justice,Advocacy, Identity,Theology,Feminism, and the Kenyan Church

    Love and Revolution with Thandi Gamedze, Lusanda Mashua, and Sesihle Manzini, Pt 2

    Love and Revolution with Thandi Gamedze, Lusanda Mashua, and Sesihle Manzini, Pt 2

    This is part two of a two-part episode, where Carol talks with Thandi Gamedze, Lusanda Mashua, and Sesihle Manzini. Part one was released Monday 15 February, 2021.

    Thandi Gamedze

    Thandi is deeply committed to the work of critique and reimagining (as both action and reflection) towards a world that is just, nurturing, and kind and believes that the arts- and for her personally, poetry in particular- are integral to this work.

    Lusanda Mashua

    Lusanda is passionate about exploring how the gospel intersects with justice, especially questions arising from African urban reality. Her interests are fine arts, history, urban theology, and spiritual formation. Lusanda and her family live in Cape Town, South Africa.

    Sesihle Manzini

    Sesihle Manzini is a multifaceted storyteller with a variety of skills, which cut across technology (UI/UX), marketing, and content creation. She has a background in Psychology, and currently works for a social enterprise focused on monitoring working conditions in global supply chains. She is passionate about the arts and community development, and her involvement in a course presented by the University of Pretoria, called Leadership in Urban Transformation, further stirred her to re-imagine holistic communities, and tell authentic stories. In 2020, she founded a digital platform called Anno Domini, where she curates content focused on faith and culture in Africa.

    Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that ventures deeper and makes connections in the world of faith advocacy activism.

    To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via

    Paypal: msingikenya@gmail.com

    Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust

    Mpesa: +254 792 176 030


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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Love and Revolution with Thandi Gamedze, Lusanda Mashua, and Sesihle Manzini, Pt 1

    Love and Revolution with Thandi Gamedze, Lusanda Mashua, and Sesihle Manzini, Pt 1

    This is part one of a two-part episode, where Carol talks with Thandi Gamedze, Lusanda Mashua, and Sesihle Manzini. Part two out Monday 22 February, 2021.

    Thandi Gamedze

    Thandi is deeply committed to the work of critique and reimagining (as both action and reflection) towards a world that is just, nurturing, and kind and believes that the arts- and for her personally, poetry in particular- are integral to this work.

    Lusanda Mashua

    Lusanda is passionate about exploring how the gospel intersects with justice, especially questions arising from African urban reality. Her interests are fine arts, history, urban theology, and spiritual formation. Lusanda and her family live in Cape Town, South Africa.

    Sesihle Manzini

    Sesihle Manzini is a multifaceted storyteller with a variety of skills, which cut across technology (UI/UX), marketing, and content creation. She has a background in Psychology, and currently works for a social enterprise focused on monitoring working conditions in global supply chains. She is passionate about the arts and community development, and her involvement in a course presented by the University of Pretoria, called Leadership in Urban Transformation, further stirred her to re-imagine holistic communities, and tell authentic stories. In 2020, she founded a digital platform called Anno Domini, where she curates content focused on faith and culture in Africa.

    Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that ventures deeper and makes connections in the world of faith advocacy activism.

    To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via

    Paypal: msingikenya@gmail.com

    Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust

    Mpesa: +254 792 176 030


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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Apologetics, Justice and the African Story with Mahlatse Mashua

    Apologetics, Justice and the African Story with Mahlatse Mashua

    Mahlatse concurrently serves as Regional Director of RZIM in Africa and is a member of the organisation’s global speaking team.  He is also studying towards his MA in International Affairs at King’s College London. He is also the acting CEO at The Kolisi Foundation.

    Follow him on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/mwmashua/

    Follow his podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-rzim-africa-trust/episodes/Place-and-Belonging-How-can-we-be-better-Neighbours-emksht



    Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that seeks to ventures deeper  and make connections in the world  of  faith advocacy activism.

    To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via

    Paypal: msingikenya@gmail.com

    Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust

    Mpesa: +254 792 176 030


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    • 1 hr 19 min
    In Conversation with Robert Beckford on Justice, Black Theology, Music, Marxism and so much more....

    In Conversation with Robert Beckford on Justice, Black Theology, Music, Marxism and so much more....

    Robert Beckford PhD is professor of Black Theology at Queen's

    He is a scholar-activist researching the intersections of faith and racial justice in and through diverse media texts.

    He has written a dozen books which triangulate the fields of theology, cultural studies and politics.

    Beckford is a BAFTA award winning documentary filmmaker. He has written and presented over twenty films for the BBC, Channel 4 and Discovery USA. His films explore a range of themes including political critiques of the British Empire, biblical history and popular culture.

    Robert’s creative reach extends into drama and black British urban music production. In 2017, his debut radio drama was broadcast on the BBC Regions. ‘Jesus Piece’ is a fictional account of a reformed gang member turned Pentecostal preacher-detective. Beckford’s current research is a practical theo-musicological project ‘The Jamaican Bible Remix Project’. Taking the form of a studio album, the project inscribes black liberation theology in urban music (grime, drum and bass, and UK Soul) .(//www.queens.ac.uk)



    Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that seeks to ventures deeper  and make connections in the world  of  faith advocacy activism.

    To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via

    Paypal: msingikenya@gmail.com

    Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust

    Mpesa: +254 792 176 030


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    • 47 min
    What Does Discipleship Have To Do With Justice?

    What Does Discipleship Have To Do With Justice?

    Heart to heart conversation with Christian Lwanda on Justice  & Discipleship and  the struggle that we have as the  Kenyan Church to   be a church that pursues justice- both in theory (sermons) and  practice

    Follow Christian on Insta @christianlwanda_



    Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that seeks to ventures deeper  and make connections in the world  of  faith advocacy activism.

    To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via
    Paypal: msingikenya@gmail.com

    Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust

    Mpesa: +254 792 176 030



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    • 1 hr 10 min
    The Very Good Gospel: Lisa Sharon Harper & Jarrod Mckenna

    The Very Good Gospel: Lisa Sharon Harper & Jarrod Mckenna

    In Conversation with Lisa Sharon Harper and Jarrod McKenna on the Very Good Gospel

    We speak on what makes the Gospel Good, how Africans and the  African Diaspora can connect and work together for freedom and worship,The role of Colonialism ,Jim Crow, Apartheid in sullying the Gospel,The death of Chadwick Boseman, What Wakanda and the Black Panther Movie meant for Africa, What  forgetting who Original Black Panthers and what they did could mean and so so much more!!!

    To find out more about Lisa, follow her on either Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lisasharonharper.page, or Instagram and Twitter @lisasharper. Also find her at her website at www.lisasharonharper.com. Also, check  out the work of Freedom Road at https://freedomroad.us/ #TheVeryGoodGospel 

    To find out more about Jarrod, follow him on Facebook, Twitter or Insta @JarrodMckenna

    Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that seeks to ventures deeper  and make connections in the world  of  faith advocacy activism.

    To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via

    Paypal: msingikenya@gmail.com

    Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust

    Mpesa: +254 792 176 030







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    • 1 hr 21 min

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