THE WEALTH GAP! Everyone talks about it and how it should be different, but rarely do we see a successful solution. Today we talk with an expert for a Biblical exploration of possible solutions for the racial wealth gap.
L. Brian Jenkins is the Founder and President of Entrenuity, NFP, and StartingUp BusinessSolutions, Inc., and has successfully provided entrepreneurship education, training and small business development for over 20 years in Chicago, nationally, and abroad. Brian has served as adjunct faculty at Moody Bible Institute, Illinois State University’s College of Business, The Urban Ministry Institute in Wichita, KS and at North Park University’s School of Adult Learning, focusing on entrepreneurship education. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa with dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Religion. Additionally, he earned his Masters of Arts in Theology from Wheaton College Graduate School and is the author of StartingUp Now: 24 Steps to Launch Your Own Business.
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As co-host of the Just Gospel Podcast, Dr. Craig Hendrickson brings a great deal of ministry, teaching, and research experience in the areas of multiethnic and cross-cultural ministry. Before joining the faculty at Moody four years ago, Dr. Hendrickson served for sixteen years as a pastor, urban missionary, and campus minister in various multiethnic and cross-cultural environments. He currently serves as Associate Professor of Missional Leadership at MBI, and holds a PhD in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Seminary.
Ernest Gray Jr. is the pastor of Keystone Baptist Church located in the West Garfield Park neighborhood of Chicago. He is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Pastoral Ministries, and a graduate of Wheaton College with a Master’s Degree in Biblical Exegesis. He is working to finish his PhD coursework at McMaster Divinity College and has taught in the undergraduate school of Moody in the areas of Hermeneutics, first-year Greek Grammar, General Epistles, the Gospel of John, and Senior Seminar. It is Rev. Gray’s hope to impact the African American church through scholarship. Teaching has been one way that God has blessed him to live this out.
Just Gospel explores challenging questions about racial reconciliation, justice, and multicultural ministry. Listeners join a conversation between Dr. Craig Hendrickson and Professor Ernest Gray, along with insights from regular guests and noted leaders. Each program helps churches live out the gospel, offering a thoughtful mix of biblical teaching, respectful dialog, and penetrating social analysis.