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Racial equity, anti-racism, and critical race theory are terms that are breaking us as a community. This podcast seeks to focus on these diverse issues. We will delve deeper into the subjects many are reluctant to debate. I don’t consistently agree with my guest, nor do they always see events from my Christian viewpoint. But here we create a safe space for discussion. You can’t understand if you merely have one side of history. The aim here is to get to the core of the issues. There are individuals who are hurting, and their issues are being disregarded or avoided. On this podcast, we analyze ways to build bridges over the streams of disharmony. The focus will be on practical solutions to complex issues. Only truth can build the bridge to wholeness. Hosted by B. Keith Haney, pastor and thought leader.

Racial equity, anti-racism, and critical race theory are terms that are breaking us as a community. This podcast seeks to focus on these diverse issues. We will delve deeper into the subjects many are reluctant to debate. I don’t consistently agree with my guest, nor do they always see events from my Christian viewpoint. But here we create a safe space for discussion. You can’t understand if you merely have one side of history. The aim here is to get to the core of the issues. There are individuals who are hurting, and their issues are being disregarded or avoided. On this podcast, we analyze ways to build bridges over the streams of disharmony. The focus will be on practical solutions to complex issues. Only truth can build the bridge to wholeness. Hosted by B. Keith Haney, pastor and thought leader.

Location:

United States

Description:

Racial equity, anti-racism, and critical race theory are terms that are breaking us as a community. This podcast seeks to focus on these diverse issues. We will delve deeper into the subjects many are reluctant to debate. I don’t consistently agree with my guest, nor do they always see events from my Christian viewpoint. But here we create a safe space for discussion. You can’t understand if you merely have one side of history. The aim here is to get to the core of the issues. There are individuals who are hurting, and their issues are being disregarded or avoided. On this podcast, we analyze ways to build bridges over the streams of disharmony. The focus will be on practical solutions to complex issues. Only truth can build the bridge to wholeness. Hosted by B. Keith Haney, pastor and thought leader.

Twitter:

@Revheadpin

Language:

English

Contact:

5155730053


Episodes

Is Racial Justice Possible in a Deeply Divided America?

6/30/2022
My guest is Frank Ramos. Frank is a lawyer, and the author of 20 books, and over 400 articles. Frank has done over 200 coaching, leadership, self-improvement, and social media presentations. Support the show

Duration:00:34:28

How To Thrive Through Discomfort

6/27/2022
You tend to grow more in times of discomfort. That is because in those times you can't rely solely on your own strength. My guest Dane Sanders talks about how his process of creating a situation where you are in discomfort can bring about positive change in your life. Dane Sanders is a Best Selling author. Dane helps individuals and teams to thrive in our constantly changing landscape. Support the show

Duration:00:36:23

Dad's Don't Divorce Your Kids Because You Divorced Their Mom

6/23/2022
This episode is a call to men to lean into their responsibilities and proactively banish the narratives of a "dead beat dad". Ken Gordon speaks on the responsibility of men during and after divorce, the power of a father's love for his children, and the importance of the engagement of a father. He is known by his members, is a pastor, best-selling author, business executive, husband, father, and community leader, whose entire life has been dedicated to the service of others. Support the...

Duration:00:54:39

How To Leave a Lasting Legacy

6/20/2022
Are you living a life of regrets? There is a way to stop and take stock of your life today and change your legacy. My guest Carew Papritz, also known as The Cowboy Philosopher, will share his thoughts on leaving a legacy. Carew is the author of the multi-award-winning book The Legacy Letters. Though fictional, The Legacy Letters has won acclaim as a life lessons book for all generations, gaining the distinction of being the only book in publishing history to win awards in both fiction and...

Duration:00:35:32

What It is Like Being a Chocolate Drop in Corporate America?

6/16/2022
Genesis Amaris Kemp is a Creative Content Writer, Author, Self-Development Advocate, Visionary, Inclusion and Diversity enthusiast, Firecracker, and a force to be reckoned with. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. If it takes her writing this book (Chocolate Drop in Corporate America: From The Pit To The Palace) to accomplish those tasks, then so be it. We all have been given an excellent purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live...

Duration:00:47:43

Meet the Author of The Mouse In Room, David Wood

6/13/2022
David Wood has written an awesome book to help you become the leader and human that people want to follow. No matter who you are or what you do, you are most loveable when you are transparent! And it’s now more than ever that our world needs more vulnerability, transparency, and connection. Both in our personal relationships and in the corporate world. Whether you’re struggling with the challenges of an intimate relationship or the demands of high-level leadership, The Mouse in The Room is...

Duration:00:36:57

Some Practical Ways To Deal With Stress?

6/6/2022
Are you struggling with stress? Today we give you some tools to better handle the stress that is crippling so many today. Sandeep Nath is the founder of RENEWALism. An IIT-IIM alumnus, he founded and ran a successful strategy consulting company. Support the show

Duration:00:34:10

How to Help Your Child Who Is struggling In School

6/2/2022
Are you a parent whose children are struggling in school? Are you a teacher looking for suggestions for children who might be "behind" in their reading? Then this is the episode for you. Join me and my guest Lois Letchford. Lois provides inspiration, motivation, and hope for others who faced desperate situations. She recognized her “learning difference” at the age of 39 when teaching her second son to read. Through determination and grit, I lived to see the fruits of my labor. I share...

Duration:00:36:32

How To Be A Better Neighbor In a Diverse Community

5/30/2022
To transform our communities for the better we need to change the way we view ourselves. What attitudes about others are impacting how we label and view them? Paul Granger shares how he is providing pastoral support, creating space for conversation and community, and advocating for those that may go unseen. Support the show

Duration:00:42:48

Need a Laugh? Meet Christian Comedian Anthony Rogers

5/26/2022
This episode will brighten up your week and make you think. Anthony Rogers is an Artist, Nomad, Entrepreneur, and host of The Anthony Rogers Show. Support the show

Duration:00:39:05

Is Homeschooling Right For Your Child and How Do I Start?

5/23/2022
We have seen a number of parents choosing to move their kids out of the public school system. If you are thinking of homeschooling your child this is the episode for you. Kristy Houle is a former elementary school teacher, assistant principal, and principal who shares her experience and expertise as an educational consultant, speaker, and podcast host. She is highly passionate when it comes to advocating for learners, across all educational settings. Support the show

Duration:00:41:50

How Big Tech Is Affecting Our Lives

5/19/2022
Is big tech too intrusive in our lives? And where is higher education going these days? Craig and I discuss these and other topics in this episode. Craig Van Slyke is a business professor, author, and wannabe rancher who lives in the middle of the Louisiana woods with his long-suffering wife, mother-in-law, three dogs, three cats, two horses, and two goats. Craig was in on the early days of the personal computer and Internet revolutions. His career in academia includes serving as dean of a...

Duration:00:38:50

How You Can Live Debt-Free on Your Current Income?

5/17/2022
Ms. Black is an expert in personal finance maximizing benefits. In this episode, she shares how she built a runway to retirement on a teacher's salary. Hear her explain her 8 Keys to Financial Empowerment. You will learn how to live their best lives on their salary. Support the show

Duration:00:40:40

The Impact of the Pandemic on Private Schools and Education In Virgina

5/12/2022
Julia and I discussed Pandemic's impact on her Catholic school in Virginia and a take a look at education in a state on the forefront of recent controversy . Julia is a Theology and Media Literacy teacher in Richmond, VA. She serves the Catholic Church in a variety of ways including teaching Middle School and High School Theology, coordinating faculty and adult faith formation sessions at her school and parish, and providing music ministry as a piano accompanist and vocalist. Julia has...

Duration:00:32:49

Mom's Find Your Superpowers

5/10/2022
Julia Su. Jack graduated with her Bachelor of Architecture from Howard University decades ago and her career started out traditionally as she went straight to work in an architectural firm. But the tide would turn after she took a leave of absence from work to focus on her growing family. Support the show

Duration:00:37:56

How DEI Training Creates A Culture of Belonging

5/3/2022
It all started at age 7 when she refused to say the Pledge of Allegiance because she didn't see "liberty and justice for all," especially those who looked like her, her family, and her community. Earning degrees in History and Psychology, a Master's in Education, and teaching for nearly 20 years were all foundational to the vision of ASCRIBE Educational Consulting, LLC and EDIFY Humanity 501c3. From age 7 to now, at the center of Sonia's motivation is humanity and belonging. Support the show

Duration:00:51:13

A Look at the Racial History in San Francisco

4/28/2022
Kiran is a former high school history teacher at Mission High School in San Francisco who decided to write a novel commemorating the life of one of her black boy students who was shot and killed in April 2004, pre-black lives matter. In Finding My Song in the Fillmore, readers meet Kareena, who is a bicultural Ivy League grad trying to prove herself to her parents while finding her own way. Support the show

Duration:00:39:14

What are the Biggest Challenges Facing our Schools Today?

4/26/2022
Megan Sweet is an expert in leading community-driven education transformation in high-need schools and districts. With more than 25 years of experience in education, and 15 years directly leading changes in schools, districts, and statewide in California, She knows that education is the most important lever we have for creating a more equitable society. Support the show

Duration:00:33:42

Creating an Ownership Environment In Underserved Communities

4/21/2022
William Adams is a rare combination of engineering sage and empathetic change leader. He’s a pioneer in promoting diversity who believes technology exists to empower people. He's on a mission to help Blacks, women, and other underserved communities get an ownership stake in technology companies. Support the show

Duration:00:46:41

Is the United States in decline and China on the Rise?

4/19/2022
Many are asking the question is America in decline, but the other side of that question asks is China a rising red dragon in the east. Join me for this important conversation. My guest Jason Szeftel is a China specialist with a deep understanding of China and the Chinese economy. Jason helps people understand China, our changing world, and what it means for individuals, families, and businesses. We discuss global political tensions, the global economy, and China's impact on different...

Duration:00:46:04