Christianity Today Feature Article: Call for the Wailing Women of Color

The editor of Voices of Lament on how public injustice demands public sorrow. In the fall of 2019, author and speaker Natasha Sistrunk Robinson moved to Alabama with her husband and daughter. When the pandemic hit in early 2020, she found herself doubly isolated in a new location. After reading the book of Jeremiah, aContinue reading “Christianity Today Feature Article: Call for the Wailing Women of Color”

Missio Alliance Feature Article: The Power of Truth-Telling and Lament

Editor’s Note: We sat down with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson, editor of the new book Voices of Lament, and Missio Alliance national director, Lisa Rodriguez-Watson, a contributor to the book, to gain understanding on the importance for both truth-telling and lament. Enjoy their dialogue. In this article, Lisa and Natasha answer questions about Voices of Lament, women of color andContinue reading “Missio Alliance Feature Article: The Power of Truth-Telling and Lament”

Podcast Feature: Be the Bridge Podcast

Hello Beautiful People, I had the privilege of being featured on the Be the Bridge Podcast hosted by Latasha Morrison and brought to you by the Be the Bridge organization. You can learn more about Be the Bridge podcast at https://bethebridge.com/podcast/. Episode #255 with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson and Mariah Humphries: Listen in as Natasha andContinue reading “Podcast Feature: Be the Bridge Podcast”