How do we come together and have productive and life-giving conversations regarding skin color and race in today's world? In Colorful Conversations, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith and Lori Stanley Roeleveld model for us in real-time how to have those important and hard conversations regarding race. As we remember the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. today, this conversation challenges us to not fall to apathy but to work toward healing because we need each other and it is God's plan for His body.
Who is the Jesus of the Bible? Do we really study who Jesus is or have we just accepted the Jesus that we've crafted in our image? What is our role in joining Jesus in his justice work? Josh Buck is calling us back to Scripture to discover Jesus and how he wants us to follow 7 radical practices from his life that make the world a better place. Learn how living the gospel means personal transformation and working toward the flourishing of our families, communities, and world!
Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is a board-certified internal medicine physician, work-life integration researcher, speaker, and how of the I Choose My Best Life Podcast. Her books include Sacred Rest, Set Free to Live Free and Come Empty. Learn more at ichoosemybestlife.com.
Lori Stanley Roeleveld is a Christian coach, author, and speaker with degrees in psychology and biblical studies. Lori's previous books include Jesus and the Beanstalk and Running from a Crazy Man(And Other Adventures Traveling with Jesus.) She also writes a popular blog at www.loriroeleveld.com
J.W. Buck is a church planter, filmmaker, teacher, and faith-based entrepreneur. With undergraduate degrees in biblical studies and ministry. J.W. has his PhD in intercultural studies, with a focus on the problem of racial violence. He is a cofounder of Pax, a Christian organization designed to inspire and equip the next generation through slow, beautiful, Jesus-centered content created by people of color. He and his wife, Sarswatie, live in Tucson, Arizona, with their three children.