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Join us for bi-monthly conversations with United Women in Faith, hosted by Jennifer R Farmer. We’ll explore timely themes and resources, from expert insights on ways to live your faith to inspiring interviews with spiritual leaders.

Visit http://www.uwfaith.org to find out more.

United Women in Faith: Faith Talks United Women in Faith

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.5 • 23 Ratings

Join us for bi-monthly conversations with United Women in Faith, hosted by Jennifer R Farmer. We’ll explore timely themes and resources, from expert insights on ways to live your faith to inspiring interviews with spiritual leaders.

Visit http://www.uwfaith.org to find out more.

    Faith Talks: Mission u

    Faith Talks: Mission u

    This year Mission u will bring together adults, youth and children to explore what it means to draw closer to God and one another through transformative education, powerful worship, fellowship, and action.

    You are invited to join Mission u gatherings across the country to explore how we can transform ourselves and our communities in ways that bring us closer to the kin-dom and the kin-dom closer to us.

    Find an in-person event near you or a virtual event on the interactive Mission u map on the Mission uwebpage at http://www.uwfaith.org/events/mission-u 

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Faith Talks: Caribbean Heritage Month Discussion with Author Gena Cox

    Faith Talks: Caribbean Heritage Month Discussion with Author Gena Cox

    June is Caribbean Heritage Month and Faith Talks is excited to celebrate this commemorative time. We are delighted to talk with Barbadian-American author Dr. Gena Cox. Cox is an organizational psychologist with a commitment to helping leaders create healthy and dynamic work environments. Her award-winning book Leading Inclusion: Driving Change Your Employees Can See and Feel is a “how to” resource that helps leaders remove barriers to inclusive workplaces. 

    Faith Talks is hosted by Jennifer R. Farmer. Visit https://uwfaith.org/resources/podcasts/ to learn more about this podcast and other digital resources from United Women in Faith.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Human & Sex Trafficking: Advocates and Survivors Tell Their Story

    Human & Sex Trafficking: Advocates and Survivors Tell Their Story

    The U.S. State Department notes that there are 27.6 million victims of human trafficking worldwide at any given time. It is happening under our noses with all people, of all ages, of all backgrounds, and of all nationalities being vulnerable to trafficking. Faith Talks wants to talk about this issue in a substantive way. Please join a discussion with Jennifer R. Farmer; Hannah Estabrook of Sanctuary Night; Paula Harris of Freedom a la Cart; and Mike Premo of Community Development for All People, a United Women in Faith National Mission Institution.

    This programmatic work is near and dear to our hearts, and we wholeheartedly support the mission to end human trafficking against women and girls. However, UWFaith is not currently resourcing this work at this time. If you would like to learn more or participate, please reach out to the partners listed in the video.

    Visit http://www.uwfaith.org to learn more about the work of United Women in Faith.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Human and Sex Trafficking: How People of Faith Are Pushing Back

    Human and Sex Trafficking: How People of Faith Are Pushing Back

    We are keen to focus on the ways racism impacts one’s mental health journey, and further endangers persons who are differently abled. We’ll examine what’s happening in schools with regards to students with disabilities and the loss of innocence of young people of color. Our guests include Dara Baldwin, who will discuss her forthcoming book To Be a Problem: A Black Woman's Survival in the Racist Disability Rights Movement. We will also interview Kristin Henning, author of The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth and Director of the Georgetown Juvenile Justice Clinic.

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    Faith Talks is hosted by Jennifer R. Farmer and produced by United Women in Faith. Visit http://www.uwfaith.org to learn more.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Faith Talks: Mental Health Awareness Month

    Faith Talks: Mental Health Awareness Month

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Faith Talks will facilitate a discussion highlighting the intersection of mental health and disability rights. 

    We are keen to focus on the ways racism impacts one’s mental health journey, and further endangers persons who are differently abled. We’ll examine what’s happening in schools with regards to students with disabilities and the loss of innocence of young people of color. Our guests include Dara Baldwin, who will discuss her forthcoming book To Be a Problem: A Black Woman's Survival in the Racist Disability Rights Movement and Kristin Henning, author of The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth and Director of the Georgetown Juvenile Justice Clinic.

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    Faith Talks is produced by United Women in Faith and is hosted by Jennifer R. Farmer.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Faith Talks: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

    Faith Talks: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

    May is Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month and we're committed to learning and celebrating this commemorative event on Faith Talks. Listen in as we talk with several members of United Women in Faith who identify as Asian/Pacific Islander or South Asian. This is a moment to highlight the community's trials and triumphs while committing ourselves to deeper learning. We are excited to interview Selina Soo Lim of Gum Moon Women's Residence; Joni Chun of Susannah Wesley Community Center; and Esther Barkat, a retired school psychologist and United Women in Faith member.

    Faith talks is hosted by Jennifer R. Farmer and is produced by United Women in Faith. Visit http://www.uwfaith.org to learn more.

    • 1 hr

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23 Ratings

23 Ratings

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Faith talks for the body

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