A Sojourner’s Truth Podcast: #GriefAND Lament Part 2

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

Hello Beautiful People,

I am pleased to bring you this very special episode where I continue the conversation of grief and lament by sharing about my recent Voices of Lament project and providing details about the chapter I wrote in the book. The special portion of this episode is that you will get to hear a short excerpt of the introduction to Voices of Lament which was recently released in audio book format. If you enjoy hearing the excerpt of Voices of Lament through this episode then you can continue your Voices of Lament audio journey on audible or any available audio book platforms.

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#GriefAND Lament Part 2

If you would like to learn more about or purchase the Voices of Lament book you can do so HERE or if you would like to listen to the Voices of Lament in the audio book version you can do so HERE

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A Sojourner’s Truth Podcast: #GriefAND Lament Part 1

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 33: #GriefAND Lament Part 1 featuring Soong-Chan Rah.  Profesor Rah (ThD, Duke Divinity School) is Robert Munger Professor of Evangelism at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is the author of Prophetic LamentThe Next Evangelicalism, and Many Colors, as well as coauthor of Unsettling Truths, Forgive Us, and Return to Justice. In addition to serving as founding senior pastor of the multiethnic, urban ministry-focused Cambridge Community Fellowship Church (CCFC), Rah has been a part of four different church-planting efforts and served with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in Boston. 

Because the church has not been the voice here, we don’t understand grief as a spiritual exercise. Lament is being lost.

Dr. Soong Chan-Ra

In this episode, our conversation begins with Dr. Soong Chan-Rah sharing a little bit about his story and how his life experiences have influenced his passion for the work he does. We discuss the important of bringing back the topic of grief back into the church conversation and how it is crucial that we not only grieve personally but also corporately as a church. We unpack the idea that we need to become more comfortable in the space of lament and be more honest and real about the reality of the world we live in.

Listen to the full podcast conversation below:

#GriefAND Lament Part 1 w/ Dr. Soong Chan-Ra

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Resources

Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times. You can purchase or learn more about this book HERE

The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church from Western Cultural Captivity. You can purchase or learn more about this book HERE

Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery. You can purchase or learn more about this book HERE

A Sojourner’s Truth Podcast: #GriefAND Leadership

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

Hello Beautiful People,

I am pleased to bring you this episode, as it marks the transition to a new segment on A Sojourner’s Truth Podcast, and that is #GriefAND Lament. Over the next several episodes this theme of Lament will be surrounding my conversations with the guests on the podcast.

In this episode, I start out by discussing the importance of listening to the voices and the stories of the people who are a minority or who are marginalized. It is important that we create space to not only hear, but to listen to what they have to say. As part of the conversation surrounding lament and listening to minority voices, I share some insights about the Voices of Lament project that I recently released this year.

I am of the posture and the belief that we are all leading, we are just leading in different ways.

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

On the topic of leadership, I touch on the fact that there is this tension between great joy and at times deep lament. We are human leaders who are leading human people. We are by no means perfect but we should seek to reflect Christ in our leadership. Within a Biblical context, I share my thoughts and insights into Moses as an example of someone who grew to be a great leader through his reliance on prayer and his humility. Moses was a good leader, but he did have many failures which means he is not far beyond us, he is human just like we are. There is grace for us as we seek to reflect Jesus Christ in our leadership.

Listen to the full podcast episode below:

Grief AND Leadership (Episode 32)

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Resources

If you would like to learn more about or purchase the book, Voices of Lament, you can do so at the following link: https://www.natashasrobinson.com/voicesoflament

One of the resources I mentioned in this episode is my memoir A Sojourner’s Truth, which is now available via audiobook everywhere. If you would like to listen to the audiobook, you can do so at the following link HERE

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