A conversation with Propaganda about racial justice in America today, and why 'colorblindness' is a barrier to racial justice.
A frank conversation with Propaganda and Stew about the problem of racial injustices, and how we haven't come as far as we think we have.
A frank conversation with Propaganda and Stew about understanding the root causes of racial injustice.
Propaganda's spoken word at Verge 2013 Conference.
What is culture? And how do we see justice and the Gospel intersect with the culture? Propaganda's spoken word will open your eyes to the intersection of justice, culture and the Gospel.
Propaganda discusses why discipleship and disciple making is so important.
Propaganda lays bare the hidden motivations behind the two ways that all of humanity runs from God as illustrated in the parable of the Prodigal Sons in Luke 15.
Propaganda answers the question, “What is the future of the church in America today?”
Stew, Founding Director of Verge Network, interviews Sho Baracka about racial justice in America today, and how 'colorblindness' is lazy and toxic.
Stew, Founding Director of Verge Network, interviews Soong-Chan Rah about racial justice in America today, and how we can take the first step to moving forward.
Pastor John Onwuchekwa recorded an impassioned message for The Austin Stone Community Church about prayer, unity and the need for racial reconciliation.
Have you ever heard the phrase 'white guilt' when talking about racial injustices? Here's why we need to stop using that phrase.
Dr. John Perkins, Helen Lee, Jorge Mendoza, Michael "Stew" Stewart and William 'Duce' Branch discuss the state of racial justice in our country and the need for racial intelligence.
The civil rights movement succeeded not simply because the arc of history bends toward justice but because, embedded in our common humanity, we know that Someone is bending it toward a Judgment Seat.
Matt Chandler talks bluntly about race and the need for racial reconciliation.