The boys of FTG (Omar, Seth, and Chris) sat down with an amazing conversation with Mark Karris, a licensed therapist, best-selling author, ordained pastor, adjunct professor, recording artist, and an all around bad ass dude!
From the start of the podcast, which was live of facebook, Mark seemed to "get" us, and opened up to tell his story. There was laughter, and there were tears as Mark shared personal stories about his family and journey into "(de)constructing toward spiritual and emotional healing".
This episode is guaranteed to pull at your heart strings and leave your eyes wet and your heart full. Find out about what Seth called the "love pentagram" and why Mark just might be my favorite guest to date.
Find out more about Mark and buy his book by visiting markgregorykarris.com
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The Fade to Gray team sat down with Shane Claiborne. Shane Claiborne is a Christian activist and author who is a leading figure in the New Monasticism movement and one of the founding members of the non-profit organization, The Simple Way, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Claiborne is also a social activist, advocating for nonviolence and service to the poor. In this episode, Shane unpacks his story and highlights the Simple Way.
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This episode was recorded live for our Big Tent Revival a few weeks before the death of George Floyd. Robert and Tamice discuss their work with Sub:Culture Inc helping black youth make their way through college, race relations in the church, and how white families can educate their children on systemic racism. Check out Sub:Culture Inc. and listen to the podcasts they are involved with.