Divine Dialogue

Divine Dialogue

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Divine Dialogue seeks to promote discussion surrounding the social and religious issues impacting the African-American Community.

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In our season finale, we are joined by Adron Robinson, of Chicago, Illinois, as he discusses his experience as the first African-American pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church. Later, we're joined by The Rev. Lawrence Womack, Rector of St.... more

We're joined by Rev. Wendell Martin, Youth Pastor of Greater Traveler's Rest Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and he will discuss strategies for succesful youth ministries. Later, Tonja Adams and her son Khalil, of Charlotte NC, share... more

We're joined by Dr. Kenneth Poole, Internal Medicine Specialist at Mercy Clinic in St. Louis, MO, to discuss the health of African-American men. Later Debra Benbow, Family Nurse Practitioner and Asst. Professor of Nursing at Winston... more

Bishop L. Spenser Smith, Pastor of Impact Nation (Alabama), joins us to provide a conceptual framework of "church hurt", helping listeners to be able to recognize it, address it and heal from it. Later, we are joined by Rev Timothy Jones,... more

We're joined by Rev. Niechelle G. Jones, Associate Pastor to Young Adults at Trinity United Church of Christ (Chicago, Illinois), to discuss the relationship between young adult African-American Christians and today's Church. Later,... more

We are joined by Nashville City Councilman Lonnell Matthews, Jr. to discuss the role African-American religious spaces play in the political sphere, as well as, the importance of community political action. Later, Rev. George Walters-Sleyon of... more

We're joined by innovative pioneers Nikki Washington, founder of The Chastity Belt, to discuss 21st Century ministerial approaches to sex and sexuality among young people of color. Also, we hear Ms. Washington's take on the images of... more

We're joined by Shayla Herndon-Edmunds, certified life coach and Founder/President of SHE Inspires; and Dr. Wil Gafney, Associate Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at... more

Rev. Mark A. Jefferson (Atlanta, Georgia) joins us to discuss the connection between Hip Hop culture and Black theology. We're later joined by Christian DJ and radio show host DJ Wade-O as he talks about "Holy Hip Hop", the... more

We're joined by Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III (Trinity United Church of Christ- Chicago, Illinois) to discuss the difference between prosperity gospel and social gospel in the Black Church. Later, we're joined by human rights advocate Naomi Tutu to... more

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