Charles Brown is a foster parent, an adoptive parent, and mentor working into urban schools in Indianapolis. This conversation focused on the unique challenges of working with youth, dispelling misconceptions about foster parenting, discuss insight on successful mentoring, and talk about his new podcast "Raising Other People's Kids." www.charlesbrown.org
Bradley Gray lives in Atlanta Georgia, and works for the NBC afflict WXIA-TV as a multiplatform producer. We talked about how he grew up in Indianapolis, learned media skills at Multimedia In Focus media camp and Ben Davis High School. Brad earned his degree at Ball State University, overcame adversity and learned valuable lessons from the Lord to enter a fruitful career.
Discussion on education, building churches and schools in Africa, the importance of black history, details about New released from his publishing company, emerge curriculum publishing. www.emergepublishing.com
Stop the Violence Indianapolis is a catalyst for social change – empowering people to take action with the greater Indianapolis area to ensure safety, justice, accountability and healing for people whose lives are affected by violence and poverty. With Prevention, Intervention, Retention and Recovery we can establish a higher standard in the lives of the greater Indianapolis population and save lives. www.stoptheviolenceindy.org
Talked about challenges of urban and suburban with Shad Isaiah Hill who has worked in both settings. As a young minister, gained his insights on intergenerational matters and how to bridge the gap. Pastor Hill leads DeerCreek Community Church in Noblesville, Indiana www.deercreekthoughts.com/