Podcast Feature: God Hears Her Podcast

Hello Beautiful People,

I had the privilege of being a guest on the God Hears Her Podcast hosted by Elisa Morgan and Eryn Eddy and brought to you by Our Daily Bread Ministries. You can learn more about the God Hears Her Podcast at https://www.godhearsher.org/podcast.

Episode #103 Truth in Leadership with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson: Most of us want leaders who are dependable, trustworthy, and honest. What do you value in a leader? How do you view leadership? In this episode of God Hears Her, guest Natasha Sistrunk Robinson confronts the topic of leadership and how one’s journey can be influenced by good or bad leadership. Join Natasha as she talks through leadership and the value of truth with hosts Elisa Morgan and Eryn Eddy. (Credit of episode description above given to the God Hears Her Podcast)

So, just speaking what, thus says the Lord. And a lot of times that’s just pointing people back to the Word, and so I think especially now in the last few years where we start renaming lies, right? We give… lies new names. And Christians have still gotten behind that type of behavior. And so, I think we need people to say, hey, truth telling is a spiritual discipline. It’s something that God requires of us.

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

In this episode, I have the opportunity to share some of my personal story including how my life was growing up and entering the Naval Academy. As part of the emphasis on leadership in this episode, I also share about my leadership development and coaching consulting business T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc. I share my heart and the importance of Tell The Truth (T3) in my own personal life. Throughout the episode I touch on the importance of us as Christians having a willingness to go, to step outside of our comfort zone and do what God has called us to do. We also unpack the cultural and class differences that can be seen in our society in the workplace, friends and family.

The Holy Spirit was poured out on Pentecost, but God is like, I told you to take the Word out. Right? And so, I think it’s very important that, particularly those of us in the west who are used to being stationary and have great comfort in that, that there’s a willingness for us to go and to understand that this world is not our home, and so we need to be always mindful and thinking, I think, for the kingdom that is and is to come, because I think that orients us into how we show up in this world.

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

If you would like to listen to the episode in its entirety you can do so at the following link: https://www.godhearsher.org/podcast/truth-in-leadership

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If you would like to learn more about Natasha’s leadership development organization T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc. you can do so at https://www.t3leadershipsolutions.com/

Podcast Feature: The Next Right Thing Podcast

Hello Beautiful People,

I had the privilege of being featured on The Next Right Thing Podcast hosted by Emily P. Freeman. You can learn more about Emily Freeman at her website: https://emilypfreeman.com/about/

Episode #245 Voices of Lament with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson and Mariah Humphries: Today I’m glad to explore a topic that doesn’t usually make the headlines in our newsfeeds but one that certainly deserves some airtime in our souls. We’re talking about lament — what it is, why it matters, and who some of our best teachers are in this practice. I’m glad to welcome two guests today to help me host this conversation: Natasha Sistrunk Robinson and Mariah Humphries. (Credit of episode description above given to The Next Right Thing Podcast).

Lament is a spiritual discipline, it is for the benefit of the church. It is normally something that is done communally, and so if you don’t have a history or a practice of it, then the people who have done it and have a history and a practice of it are the ones to lead you through [lament].

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

In this episode, I have the privilege of talking about my new project Voices of Lament and the significance of hearing about the topic of lament from women of color. I get to share insight into my heart behind this book project including why I felt it was important to recognize women as leaders in our culture and in the Biblical context. Mariah also shares her thoughts and experience in contributing to the Voices of Lament project and her gratefulness that the topic of lament and women of color was being addressed. We also unpack what it looks like to go through the practice of lament and beyond in our culture today.

I love that the means and the way this work is presented is communal. And as I read the voices of lament in this book, I get the sense that each contribution feels like a rising tide, a voice of leadership and also of beauty, pain, suffering and hope.

Emily P. Freeman

If you would like to listen to the episode in it’s entirety you can do so at the following link: https://emilypfreeman.com/podcast/245/

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Resources:

Voices of Lament Trailer:

Voices of Lament Trailer

If you want to learn more about or purchase Voices of Lament: Reflections on Brokenness and Hope in a World Longing for Justice you can do so HERE.

A Sojourner’s Truth Podcast: #GriefAND Advent

This season of A Sojourner’s Truth podcast is brought to you by The Voices Collection of Our Daily Bread Ministries. Find out more at experiencevoices.org. Also, check out the “Where Ya From?” Podcast. Purchase my new release from ODBM The Voices Collection, Journey to Freedom, Discovering the God of Deliverance, An Exodus Bible study

Episode 31: #GriefAND Advent featuring Bette Dickinson. Bette is a prophetic artist, writer, and speaker who invites audiences to connect with God through visual parables of the spiritual journey. Through creative communication, she helps her audience awaken to the beauty of God and His Kingdom and see more clearly the eternal realm in the heart and in the world. Through her work, Dickinson helps her audience connect the inner life of spiritual formation with the outer life of mission. Bette earned her Masters of Divinity with an emphasis in Pastoral Studies, is ordained in the Reformed Church in America, and serves with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in Spiritual Formation. She is author of Making Room in Advent: 25 Devotions for a Season of Wonder (2022, IVPress).

There are still mountains that need to be lowered, there are still valleys that need to be raised up there are still crooked places that need to be made straight and that heart of advent is taking an honest look at those things and preparing ourselves through repentance and preparing ourselves through grief, where we need to receive the Lord and prepare ourselves to receive what His kingdom really looks like.

Bette Dickinson

In my conversation with Bette Dickinson, we discuss the importance of art and the creative process in being able to approach grief and work through the traumas that we have experienced. Bette shares her own experience and insight with the creative process and how it has allowed her to enter into lament and tap into the emotions that come with that, rather than trying to escape it. Our discussion then shifts to the topic of advent and what it means for the church and Christianity. We unpack the definition of advent, how the idea of grief and lament ties into the time of Advent and that the reason Jesus had to come was because of our brokenness. 

Listen to the full podcast conversation between Bette and I below:

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Resources:

Bette Dickinson has graciously offered my audience a FREE resource that I am thrilled to make available to you! Bette has a FREE audio divina that can be downloaded and used in connection with her book.

To download Bette’s FREE Making Room in Advent audio divina guide on making room for justice, simply text JUSTICE to 33777. This incredible resource will be delivered directly to your email.

If you would like to learn more about or purchase Bette Dickinson’s book mentioned in the episode, Making Room in Advent: 25 Devotions for a Season of Wonder you can do so HERE.

Here are some additional resources that were mentioned in the podcast:

Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley: https://www.amazon.com/Firekeepers-Daughter-Angeline-Boulley/dp/1250766567

Rediscipling the White Church: From Cheap Diversity to True Solidarity by David W. Swanson. You can learn more about or purchase this book HERE.

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