Bridging the Racial Divide Part 2
In Banning’s absence Becky, Zack, Dean and Cody continue the discussion on the topic of racism in our culture and in the church. This much needed conversation we hope will challenge you to be a bridge in seeing our nation united and the racial divide in our country and around the world healed. Special guests include Benny Perez and Darwin Hobbs. Also, Banning’s Book Club features Bob Kilpatrick about his devotional Secrets of the Silence.
Banning sits down with consultant and author Michael Brodeur in this in depth episode.
Michael has launched destinyfinder.com and pastorscoach.com. Destiny Finder is an online personal discovery and development system that helps individuals identify their spiritual gifts and passions, and become the person God created them to be. Pastor’s Coach is a coaching program for designed specifically to help pastors grow through leadership limitations.
He is also the author of two books, Revival Culture: Preparing the Church for the Next Great Awakening Destiny Finder. In addition, he teaches several classes in the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California, and provide consulting services for various churches and organizations around the world.
Bridging the Racial Divide Part 1
In Banning’s absence Becky, Zack, Dean and Cody address the topic of racism in our culture and in the church. This much needed conversation we hope will challenge you to be a bridge in seeing our nation united and the racial divide in our country and around the world healed. Also, Derek Johnson sits down with Phil Wickham who shares his personal testimony of how God healed his vocal chords and we highlight a conversation that Banning had with Bishop Parnell Lovelace in regards to racism.
Special Edition "Best of the JCLP"
Dean Deguara sits down with Banning Liebscher to review the best JCLP episodes of 2015. In this special edition you will hear clips from the top 5 episodes that have been downloaded 10’s of thousands of times.
Banning wraps up Part 2 of his interview with Dave Gibbons. Dave is a proven innovation strategist, author, culture specialist, and creative communicator. He has traveled the world to share dynamic insights on leadership development, regularly speaking in strategic cities throughout North America and Asia, and is the author of The Monkey and the Fish, an award-winning book on culture and Small Could Rising.
Dave consults executives, artists, and the next generation of international leaders. He has served on the board of World Vision US, and helps to guide a group of third-culture faith communities called Newsong. He holds a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and is a graduate from Max Depree’s Roundtable of Leaders.