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  • On Gentrification (part 1)

    26/05/2017 Duração: 16min

    In part 1 of 2 of this episode we discuss Gentrification and what it means to live in the reality of it's effects on cities. The whole crew is back! Hear about our personal updates, how we're doing as a podcast and what you can do to help. Don't forget to hear part 2 of this episode to hear our analysis and a gospel-like response to gentrification. Thank you for listening. SUPPORT OUR PRODUCER JONWORD https://jonword.bandcamp.com/releases Don't forget to subscribe on iTunes, Soundcloud, GooglePlay, Satchel and Stitcher. If you enjoy the work that we do feel free to leave a review on iTunes and share our episodes on your social media. Follow us on Twitter @Rev_Pod Follow us on Facebook @RevelatosPodcast Follow us on Instagram @revelatorspodcast

  • A Native Narrative (Interview with Patricia Maine from Haskell Indian Nations University)

    21/04/2017 Duração: 01h03min

    In this episode we interview Patricia Maine from Haskell Indian Nations University. Patricia and her family moved from Canada to do ministry here at Haskell. Haskell offers higher education exclusively to Native American students around the country. In this interview we ask Patricia about the history of the university, her personal story of salvation, the collective calling of Native people, history of Christianity among native people and how the Church can champion both love and justice for Native people. www.haskell.edu Haskell LIGHT Campus Ministry - https://www.facebook.com/HaskellLight Don't forget to subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, GooglePlay and Satchel. Don't forget to leave a review on iTunes and give us those 5 stars!

  • Justice for Refugees (interview with Jenny Yang from World Relief)

    03/04/2017 Duração: 37min

    In this episode the Revelators Podcast welcome Jenny Yang who is the Vice President of Policy & Advocacy of World Relief. Word Relief is an evangelical organization dedicated to empowering local churches to end the cycle of suffering, transform lives and build sustainable community. Yang has served with World Relief over a decade and is currently pioneering a movement within the Church for compassion and justice for refugees and immigrants across the globe. She's also a coauthor of a book titled, "Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate" and speaks frequently at conferences across the nation. Join us as we talk about the intersection of the need for gospel centered racial justice and gospel centered justice for the Refugee. The following links lead to the books, organizations and resources mentioned in the conversation for Jenny Yang https://www.worldrelief.org/ ://www.amazon.com/Welcoming-Stranger-Justice-Compassion-Immigration-ebook/dp/B002WB18CE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF