#054: Pastor’s Troy Evans and Anthony Smith on racism and reconciliation

Pastor Troy Evans

Pastor Troy Evans

Pastor Anthony Smith

Pastor Anthony Smith

Heath and Jeremy are joined by Pastor’s Anthony Smith and Troy Evans.  Part of our conversation is about the meaning of Black Lives Matter and how many have misunderstood this phrase and movement.  Both of these men are on the front lines of working for the Kingdom of God to become a reality in their communities.  For further study check out Prophetic Lament.

Anthony Smith lives in Salisbury, NC. Anthony is one of the curators (along with this wife Toni Cook-Smith) of Mission House, a kingdom experiment in Salisbury, NC. He is the ‘resident emerging theologian’ of an Emergent Village cohort in Charlotte and a co-host of the emergent cohort in Statesville, NC. He also serves on the leadership team of TransFORM, a global network of missional leaders and communities. He facilitates a blog, Musings of a Postmodern Negro, that is an investigation into the intersection of theology, philosophy, race, popular culture, politics, and emerging culture.  Follow him on twitter @missionhousenc.

Troy Evans is the founding Pastor of the Edge Urban Fellowship in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  His complete bio can be viewed here while his book, The Edge of Redemption can be found here.  Connect with Troy on Facebook.

As always, our desire is to be a part of the conversation and bring healing and reconciliation in our troubled world.

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