Oct 1, 2020
Tobe Nwigwe’s Apple X NBA Commercial Shows Why He’s on the Rise
8 min

Tobe Nwigwe’s got a cool new Apple commercial. Also, the SBC is condemning white supremacy and Chrissy Teigan and John Legend mourn a tragic loss.

Pass The Mic
Pass The Mic
The Witness
Voices of Fire with Ally Henny and Patrick Riddick
We have a special episode for y’all today! Netflix just recently released a Black Gospel choir special called “Voices of Fire” executive produced by Grammy-winning recording artist Pharrell Williams.  Pharrell’s uncle Bishop Ezekiel Williams along with a host of Gospel Music legends set out on a 6-part journey to build the world’s most inspiring Gospel Choir. What follows is a host of moving stories and beautiful music.  The Witness BCC Vice President and Host of the Combing the Roots podcast Ally Henny joins us today. She interviews Voice of Fire Choirmaster Patrick Riddick and sticks around afterward to discuss the show with PTM host and Witness BCC President Tyler Burns. Hope y’all enjoy this conversation! ****************************** Finally, we don’t want to miss the opportunity to invite you to give to The Witness BCC for our “Will You Be a Witness?” Fundraising Campaign! The Witness BCC exists to encourage, educate, and empower Black Christians to be free in our souls and bodies. We have accomplished much in our 10 years of existence, but we are just getting started!  We have 4 goals for 2021: -Hire More Staff -Hire Columnists & Writers -Double our Podcast Suite -Create Communities of Refreshing These are LOFTY goals, but whatever vision God gives ought to be more than you can accomplish by yourself. That’s why we need YOUR help. Visit: today and designate your gift for “The Witness BCC”!
1 hr 1 min
VOX Podcast with Mike Erre
VOX Podcast with Mike Erre
Mike Erre
272 - The Lord's Prayer
Sermon on The Mount: Chapter 13 - “The Lord’s Prayer." Matthew 6:9-14. “This, then, is how you should pray…” Jesus walks us through a framework on how we might enter into prayer. The prayer itself is short, but as always, it is layered and nuanced and packed with so much. As we talked about last week, Jesus approaches God as ‘Father.’ What does he mean by in ‘Heaven?’ What does ‘hallowed’ imply? How does Jesus continue to use the ‘now and not yet’ structure? What does the ‘daily bread ‘ link to? Debt and debtors, temptation and delivery from the evil one… Jesus covers a ton. How then should we pray? If this is a framework, how does it apply and direct us? Brick by brick, the foundation of the Kingdom is being laid. Tomorrow is “Giving Tuesday,” a day during this season to support non profits, like VOX! You can do so at: This is the second section of the Sermon on the Mount. We’re excited to walk this road with you all. As always, we encourage and would love discussion as we pursue. Always feel free to email in questions to, and to engage the conversation on here and Instagram.  Learn more about the VOX Podcast: Subscribe on iTunes - Support the VOX Podcast on Patreon: Follow us on Instagram: @voxpodcast Like us on Facebook: Follow Mike on Twitter: Music in this episode by Timothy John Stafford Instagram & Twitter: @GoneTimothy
1 hr 3 min
Be the Bridge Podcast with Latasha Morrison
Be the Bridge Podcast with Latasha Morrison
That Sounds Fun Network
Be The Bridge 213 - Athletes & Activism with Justin Holiday
Description: In the volatile year of 2020 we’ve seen uprisings that have spurred tense feelings and emotions causing Christians to be split on issues related to social justice.  But, this is also a year where athletes have used their platform in ways that are reminiscent of the civil rights era.  Fists in the air are coupled with kneeling during the national anthem and sporting events by sports professionals in every sport from basketball to tennis, NASCAR to Formula racing, and everywhere in between.  Be the Bridge Founder Latasha Morrison was able to have a conversation with a Christian athlete who not only has a heart for rectifying social and economic inequities but has placed himself on the frontlines of the fight for social justice.  His name is Justin Holiday, the shooting guard / small forward for the Indiana Pacers. Quotes: “We didn’t grow up watching the news.  When things happened we knew how to get in the word. We knew how to pray and that’s what we did.” - Justin Holiday “As much as I wanted to be away from the news and not see certain things, one, with social media it’s gonna happen but two I needed to see that, I needed to not keep myself away from that.” - Justin Holiday “I don’t have my children on social media. I wanna protect my children from nasty comments” - Justin Holiday “Don’t make yourself less worthy than you should be.  You’re a child of God.” - Justin Holiday LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE Podcast link: handles/links: Instagram: @LatashaMorrisonTwitter: @LatashaMorrisonFacebook: Hashtag: #bethebridge --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
53 min
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