Bishop Royster and Rev. Jay Broadnax, Pastor of Mt Pisgah AME Church, talk about Black Faith and actions to push legislators. Both were recently arrested for pressing the PA Senate to provide more money for school funding. Subscribe to Show! Stay in community with us: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @PowerInterfaith
In this episode of Black Faith Black Power, Bishop Dwayne Royster is joined by Rev. Dr. Gregory J Edwards, Director of POWER Lehigh Valley and Pastor of Resurrected Life Community Church, the two discuss the need to address trauma in our communities and ways of shepherding in the next generation of leaders. Subscribe to Show! Stay in community with us: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @PowerInterfaith
We are joined by Rev. Dr. Kevin Johnson, Senior Pastor at Dare to Imagine Church, Philadelphia. An eye-opening conversation that starts in the history of Black Christianity and ends with where we need to go as a community. Bishop Dwayne Royster and Rev. Dr. Johnson provide a framework to view the road ahead.
On the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, Bishop Dwayne Royster and Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart discuss where we go from here and how important the Black church is in this moment. “I am...mourning the lost…while trying to maintain a hope that refuses to be extinguished.”, Rev Washington-Leapheart. Join us in a conversation that takes a deeper look at “Afro-pessimism” and how to maintain joy and faith despite current conditions. What is the future of the Black prophetic church? You can follow Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart on IG and Twitter @oholyshift Subscribe to Show! Stay in community with us: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @PowerInterfaith
The first episode of Black Faith Black Power sets the stage for this limited series of compelling conversations on faith and race. Host Bishop Dwayne Royster will speak with Rev. Dr. Mark Tyler, Senior Pastor of the historic Mother Bethel AME and Co-Director of POWER’s LIVE FREE campaign for criminal justice reform. Before there was Black Lives Matter, the NAACP, and the Urban League, there was the Black Church. Join us in this conversation on Black Clergy and community leaders building collective power to transform society. Learn the historical context and why this moment is ripe for the work we have ahead. Subscribe to Show! Stay in community with us: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @PowerInterfaith
Join the Young Adults (ok, I am not a young adult but was part of the podcast) of Faith UCC in the first episode of the Elevate Faith Podcast. Taped live in the Faith Chapel/Podcast Studio with Special Guest, Leah Dennis, spoken word artist. The topic...Purpose!
Bishop Dwayne D. Royster, a leading voice in modern faith-based activism, wants to change the world. Whether he is serving as a pastor, challenging the status quo as a political activist, educating and empowering communities as a radio show host, or encouraging and inspiring audiences around the country as a writer and public speaker, Bishop Royster’s work is fueled by deep faith and passionate commitment to bringing about social justice.