In the second part of our conversation with Arman Sheffey, we learn about the #blacklivesmatter movement and practical ways we as people of faith can positively engage in the on-going conversations of racial injustice from a Kingdom perspective.
This week’s interview is with Arman Sheffey, a husband, father, and church planter in the Chicago suburbs. He shares his personal story with us and helps shed light on our current moment of “cultural awakening” to systemic racial injustice. Arman also helps answer the question, “Why is racial justice at the heart of the gospel message?”
Paradigm shifts in the faith community and in our religious systems are not easy, but at the end of the day, this is the Spirit’s work. In part 2 of our interview with Alex Whitaker, we’re on a search for God’s Kingdom; a journey that takes us to rediscover the message of Jesus. If you have been questioning your evangelical faith, been turned away from the church, or are feeling alone and disenfranchised, this episode is just for you.
If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines of the Christian faith or you are a church member feeling a “holy discontent” wondering if there is supposed to be more to a life with Jesus, you are not alone. This week’s interview is with Alex Whitaker who shares his story of stepping away from professional pastoral ministry to explore what would become a rediscovery of faith and the beauty of seeking first the Kingdom of God.
How can we recognize when our children are struggling with stress and anxiety? How can we help guide them through our “pandemic moment” in healthy and constructive ways? In this episode, Matt interviews Stephanie Landon, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who helps answers these questions and more as we protect the other vulnerable members of our society – our children – by leading them well through crisis.