Good Interviews for Your “Hump Day”
It’s Wednesday. You’re on the “hump” of the week. It’s all down hill from here!
I’ve enjoyed a couple of recent interviews that might just be an encouragement to you on your hump day.
Check out this audio interview with Jemar Tisby, Phillip Holmes and Dr. Carl Ellis, Jr in four brief parts (part one | part two | part three | part four). They cover a wide range of topics, including: the necessity of the multi-ethnic church, Hip hop and “ghetto nihilism,” the prosperity gospel in the Black community, the three biggest threats to the African-American church, the necessity of discipleship, and how to teach people who are hostile to Reformed theology.
Also, H.B. Charles, Jr. has a wonderful 37-minute interview with New Orleans pastor Dr. Fred Luter, Jr. Dr. Luter also serves as the first African American President of the Southern Baptist Convention. They discuss Luter’s conversion, early ministry street preaching, his call to the pastorate, and the Southern Baptist Convention.