Red and Yellow, Black and White: Episode 320
Mar 20, 2014
Guests: Ivette Diaz, Kendra Doss, Ryan Smith, Trillia Newbell
Navigating life as a racial minority, plus Trillia Newbell on God’s plan for diversity, and a listener vents about his girlfriend’s enthusiasm.
Featured musical artist: Planetshakers
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Guests: Ivette Diaz, Kendra Doss
The transition to adulthood is tricky for anyone these days. But for young adults who are an ethnic or cultural minority, there are unique challenges to consider. How does race or cultural origin factor into our work, family life, dating decisions and more? Our panel shares candidly from its own experience.
The God of Variety
Guests: Trillia Newbell
Trillia Newbell is a black woman married to a white man, raising bi-racial children in an ever-changing community near Nashville, Tenn. As a writer and consultant for unique audiences ranging from The Gospel Coalition to the Knoxville News-Sentinel, Trillia sees the impact of race on relationships, decision-making and ministry priorities. In her new book, United, Trillia shares God's heart for diversity and calls the church to relationships that reflect the Gospel, break stereotypes and ultimately change the world. Listen in for her perspective on doing Christian community with our commonalities in Christ at the center.
Guests: Candice Watters
His girlfriend gets excited about stuff. And she shares her enthusiasm — a lot. It's starting to irritate him, so should he say something, or is the problem in his own head? Candice Watters weighs in.