Taking racial struggles to the throne of grace, United? We Pray is a ministry devoted to praying about racial strife—especially between Christians.
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Overview: Alicia Akins is author of the forthcoming book, The Gift of the Outsider. She joins Austin to talk about how reading books by authors of diverse backgrounds leads to greater understanding. Links & Show Notes: Alicia’s new book will be avail... more
Overview: Ryan King is a pastor in London, who also spends time in Ukraine. He shares what ethnic prejudice looks like in Europe and how that is similar and different than in the US. Links & Show Notes: Ryan’s article for us on the time he blogged ab... more
Overview: Dan Darling is director of the Land Center at Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary. He stopped by to talk about discernment, truth, and Christian virtue. Links & Show Notes: Here is more information on the Land Center at SWBTS. The articl... more
I was blessed today 7/7/22 by listening to your Podcast. You mention that any one can participate on Thursdays at noon on zoom. Is that PST, EST or Mountain time. I work full time, but I’d like to try and join. Please let me know how I can receive the zoom link. Thank you and may God give you the desires of your heart.
Thankful for how edifying this podcast is. Expect to be encouraged when exhausted, challenged when numb, and pointed back to Christ no matter what. Isaac and Austin take their slogan to “tak[e] racial struggles to the throne of grace” seriously as they pray at the end of each episode. Someone has once said, “It happens after prayer,” (HB Charles, I think) and these men are committed to that truth.
Such an encouragement from thoughtful brothers and sisters.. great conversations and prayers for the church
Extremely helpful and genuine podcast. Helps me to think more deeply about timely and difficult topics which extends to having those conversations with believers and others alike. Also helps to show me areas of hidden faults and challenges me to grow in understanding with a Gospel centered lens. Helps especially to learn how to lovingly engage with neighbors who think differently about racial struggles.
Super thankful for all of the people that make this great podcast! It’s such an encouragement to me as a Believer, and I’m thankful for the content to practically educate, equip and encourage listeners.
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United? We Pray launched 5 years ago and published 117 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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